Wipeout (9pm, ABC) - The fifth summer season premieres with a hottie vs. nerds battle of the sexes thing (and I thought I couldn't be more unappealing to me).
Anger Management (9pm, FX) - It's the new Charlie Sheen sitcom, and it debuts tonight with two back-to-back episodes. Sheen plays a therapist who specializes in anger management issues. It's a little better than "Two and a Half Men," but that's not saying much (it's still not very nice to women). And it's not in the same universe as FX's other sitcoms (like "Louie," pictured here, or "Wilfred" or "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"), but everybody's got bills to pay, I guess. Here's my full "Anger Management" review.
Rookie Blue (10pm, ABC) - During her first day as a detective, Traci makes an amateur mistake that puts a homicide investigation in jeopardy.
Wilfred (10pm, FX) - Wilfred, who has bonded with Jenna's meathead boyfriend Drew, accuses Ryan of being selfish and refuses to help him with his problems.
Louie (10:30pm, FX) - Louie (Louis C.K., pictured here) goes through a really tough day in tonight's Season 3 premiere. I've already seen the first five episodes of the season and it's really incredible. As always.
Awkward (10:30pm, MTV) - Tonight marks the start of the second season of this really excellent teen comedy following the adventures of awkward-but-lovable high schooler Jenna Hamilton. A marathon of the first season airs on MTV starting at 3:30. Your DVR wants it.
Brand X (11pm, FX) - A new half-hour series in which British actor and comedian Russell Brand dissects current events and ponders the great questions of mankind while awkwardly interacting with a live audience. Writer Matt Stoller appears as a political, economic and historical consultant. Here's my take on "Brand X."