November Christmas (9pm, CBS) - A Hallmark Hall of Fame movie about a Rhode Island community that comes together to create special Halloween and Christmas moments several weeks early for an 8-year-old girl (Emily Alyn Lind) with a life-threatening illness. All that means: tearjerker. Stars Sam Elliott, John Corbett, and Sarah Paulson.
Soul Train Awards (9pm, BET) - Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson host the 23rd annual awards show recognizing soul musicians. Anita Baker and Ron Isley are 2010's Legend Award recipients. Performers include Bruno Mars, Cee-Lo, Erykah Badu, Faith Evans, and Keyshia Cole. There's a red carpet pre-show at 8pm.
Boardwalk Empire (9pm, HBO) - Nucky's fear of the consequences of an impending electoral disaster forces him to make changes in the administrative pecking order. Meanwhile, Jimmy is ambivalent about the health of an ailing family member and Val Alden questions Sebso's commitment to their calling.
Dexter (9pm, Showtime) - While on the trail of Lumen's former attackers, Dexter stumbles onto a possible ally, but when the homicide unit finds evidence linked to one of Dexter and Lumen's earlier victims, they are forced to pull back. Meanwhile, Debrra identifies two more suspects in the Barrel Girls investigation.
The Walking Dead (10pm, AMC) - After the brutal zombie attack at camp, Rick and the group set off for the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, and Jim must face a life-or-death decision. This show gets more intense every week.
Brew Masters (10pm, Discovery) - In this new reality series (premiered last week) chronicling work at a beer brewery, Sam visits Peru to check out an ancient corn-based brew, and the Dogfish staffers whip up "Chicha."
Nicki Minaj: My Time Now (10pm, MTV) - A profile of rapper Nicki Minaj with footage backstage, in the recording studio, and at home with her family in Trinidad.