CNN Presents: The Women Who Would Be Queen (8pm, CNN) - Soledad O'Brien profile of Kate Middleton and how she and Prince William have honored the legacy of Princesses Diana. Not sure why the title says "women" instead of "woman," but it's not a typo.
Charles and Di: Once Upon a Time (8pm, TLC) - TLC kicks off a full night of new/rehashed specials on the upcoming royal wedding with this look back at the July 1981 wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer. Followed by 'Untold Stories of a Royal Bridesmaid' and 'Royally Astounding: 30 Defining Days of the Monarchy.'
Mob Wives (8pm, VH1) - At the other end of the cultural spectrum ... Drita gets news from prison, and Karen and Renee clash at Carla''s birthday party.
Upstairs Downstairs (9pm, UNC-TV) - The conclusion finds Hallam (Ed Stoppard, right) thrust into a national crisis when the Duke of Kent asks for his help. Meanwhile, Agnes (Keeley Hawes, right) fears the arrival of her baby and the servants fret about the silent Lotte.
Game of Thrones (9pm, HBO) - Already renewed for a second season! Accompanied by his daughters, Ned rides south to take his place in King Robert's court, but Catelyn remains at Winterfell, praying that Bran will recover. A;sp. Daemerys gets advice on how to please her husband.
Beyond the Blackboard (9pm, CBS) - In this Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, a first time teacher (Emily VanCamp) struggles to educate homeless kids in a shelter's makeshift classroom. To make matter more difficult, she gets little support from the school district or parents. Also stars Treat Williams and Timothy Busfield. Here's our review.
Celebrity Apprentice (9pm, NBC) - Can this show ever be as good again now that Gary Busey has been fired? Well, we still have the big Star Jones-NeNe Leakes fight to look forward to.
Treme (10pm, HBO) - The second season begins on November 1, 2006, months after Hurricane Katrina, but with the city still in recovery mode. The rise in crime gives Colson (David Morse) and the police department all they can handle, and Sofia's emotional distance following Creighton's death worries Toni (Melissa Leo, left). Also, Albert (Clarke Peters) must find a new place to stay, Annie returns from a national tour, and Delmond (Rob Brown) debuts his new album in New York. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band perform.
MegaQuake: The Hour that Shook Japan (10pm, Discovery) - Japan's earthquake and Tsunami are examined in footage and first-person accounts. Also, scientists discuss the physics behind the cataclysm and weigh in on possible threats to the U.S.
Borgias (10pm, Showtime) - Lucrezia turns her attentions to a handsome young stable boy as a temporary escape from her loveless marriage. Meanwhile, Cesare has fallen in love with an influential baron's wife and takes drastic steps to ensure she will become his.
The Killing (10pm, AMC) - One of Rosie's teachers provides Sarah and Holder with crucial new evidence. Stan steps up his search for his daughter's killer and enlists Belko's help.