All Star Dealers (8pm, Discovery) - A new reality series following one of the top sports-memorabilia companies in the nation, Grey Flannel. Tonight's first episode includes a visit to Dennis Rodman's storage facility, and a jersey allegedly signed by Dan Marino. In a second new episode airing at 8:30, former UNC and former Los Angeles Lakers star James Worthy (left) helps authenticate shoes worn by the Lakers in the 1988 NBA championship. Also in this episode, items linked to Roger Staubach and Mickey Mantle.
Wyatt Earp (8pm, UNC-TV) - As part of the PBS' January salute to the West, a repeat of 2010's profile of Wyatt Earp, best known for his involvement in the 1881 shootout at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona.
American Idol (8pm, Fox) - For those who missed it, a repeat of Sunday's post-NFC Championship game episode, which aired at 10 p.m. on Sunday.
State of the Union (9pm) - This is airing on most channels tonight -- ABC, CBS, NBC, UNC-TV, CNBC, Fox, Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC (coverage starts at 8 p.m.).
Justified (10pm, FX) - The murder of a fellow marshal throws Raylan together with a former female colleague, and Art leaves the office to track down another angle of the case. Meanwhile, Boyd engineers a showdown with Dickie Bennett, despite Raylan's effort to prevent it.
Southland (10pm, TNT) - Tang's and Cooper's physical vulnerabilities are sorely tested when they're attacked. Also, Lydia and Ruben focus on a murder at a convenience store and Ben and Sammy team with a bumbling officer.
White Collar (10pm, USA) - Neal poses as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school to help Peter track down missing scholarship money.