Buried Treasure (8pm, Fox) - The premiere of a new unscripted series in which "Antiques Roadshow" alums (and identical twin brothers) Leigh and Leslie Keno evaluate items they find in peoples' homes around the country and then help the owners sell them -- if they want to sell. The world-renowned antique experts and appraisers use cutting-edge technology to determine authenticity, condition and, ultimately, worth.
Madonna of the Mills (8pm, HBO2) - A documentary examining the puppy mill industry focuses on a New York City woman's tireless work to free hundreds of puppies from breeding facilities in Pennsylvania, and follows four rescued dogs after they are placed with caring owners. Directed by Andy Nibley.
Happy Endings (9:30pm, ABC) - What!? Where did this come from? An un-aired episode from last season? Just who is running ABC?!? Okay, we won't look a gift horse in the mouth. In this "lost" episode, Jane and Alex have a difference of opinion regarding Jane's literacy group, and Dave scores a date with the coach of a women's lacrosse team, but finds out she has a peculiar quirk. Also, Penny gets a long-overdue assistant and tries to be the "cool boss," but with lukewarm results.
Top Chef: Just Desserts (10pm, Bravo) - Season 1 ended up being a huge disappointment, but that doesn't mean Bravo can't turn things around. Season 2 premieres tonight with 14 new pastry chefs battling it out in a challenge based on a popular fairy tale.
Confessions: Animal Hoarding (10pm, Animal Planet) - Season 3 of one of the most depressing shows on television returns tonight, with an episode called "Deadly Snakes in my Bedroom."
Rescue Me (10pm, FX) - Lou delivers Tommy's letters to Sheila and Janet behind Tommy's back. Also, "Francostein" runs a tight firehouse as Lou's interim replacement, then gets an opportunity to test his leadership skills on a call.
Hot in Cleveland (10pm, TV Land) - Elka and Fred (Buck Henry) plan a low-key wedding ceremony with a reverend (Cedric the Entertainer), but the bride-to-be turns bridezilla after the women urge her to go all out.
NOTE: HBO will make two "Paradise Lost" documentaries available On Demand starting today.