The Amazing Race 22 (8pm, CBS) - The race continues in New Zealand where the teams participate in a chaotic obstacle course that includes mud slides. Meanwhile, David's debilitating leg injury threatens to cut short his journey with his son Connor. Note: Former Carolina Hurricanes player Bates Battaglia and his brother Anthony are still in the race, and Adrienne is still doing recaps of the episodes.
The Bible (8pm, History Channel) - Part one of a five-part (10-hour) scripted miniseries based on stories from the Bible. The series, produced by Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, follows through Exodus and the life of Jesus. Downey, pictured here, portrays Mother Mary. In part one, Noah endures the wrath of God, and the Israelites are led out of Egypt by Moses.
Red Widow (9pm, ABC) - The two-hour premiere of a new ABC drama about a suburban housewife (and Russian gangster's daughter) who seeks to avenge her husband's murder by diving into the criminal underworld that killed him. Here's a quick review of "Red Widow".
The Walking Dead (9pm, AMC) - Since they are outgunned against the Governor's forces, Rick undertakes a mission to get more weapons.
The Good Wife (9pm, CBS) - Elsbeth takes an assistant U.S. attorney to civil court for defamation when they Justice Department to reveal who will be testifying against Eli.
The Celebrity Apprentice (9pm, NBC) - It's thee show we desperately want to stop watching but … probably can't. Season 13 All-Stars include Trace Adkins, Gary Busey and Stephen Baldwin.
Enlightened (9:30pm, HBO) - In the season (and hopefully not series) finale, Amy has another meeting with Charles Szidon, but this time the tone is decidedly less amicable, since the Abaddonn CEO has now gotten wind of her role in the upcoming expose in the Los Angeles Times.
Welcome to Myrtle Manor (10pm, TLC) - A new reality series featuring residents of a trailer park in Myrtle Beach. I kid you not.