Pioneers of Television: Superheroes (8pm, UNC-TV) - This installment looks back at TV superheroes from bygone eras, including "Superman" from the 1950s, "Batman" from the 1960s, "Wonder Woman" and "The Incredible Hulk" from the 1970s and "The Greatest American Hero" from the 1980s. Interviews with Adam West, Burt Ward, Julie Newmar, Lynda Carter, Lou Ferrigno, William Katt and Robert Culp.
Raising Hope (8pm, Fox) - Oh, these two back-to-back episodes of "Raising Hope" remind us that Fox has canceled "Ben and Kate." [INSERT PREFERRED CURSE WORDS HERE] The first episode is a bit of a weird crossover in which Sabrina's mom hires the "Modern Family" camera crew to film Sabrina's wedding to Jimmy (yep, they get married tonight!). In the second episode, the family takes Hope to Los Angeles for a taping of "Yo Zappa Do," but Jimmy's fear of flying means it's a road trip.
Henry Ford: American Experience (9pm, UNC-TV) - A profile of Henry Ford, the Ford Motor Company founder whose Model T in 1908 changed the auto industry. Ford also instituted the assembly line and investigated his employees through the company's Sociological Department. The documentary also details his anti-Semitism.
Happy Endings (9pm, ABC) - ABC has yanked the cruel-but-funny "Don't Touch the B in Apartment 23" for two new back-to-back episodes of "Happy Endings" from here on out. So it's a bad news/good news kind of thing.
Edge of America (9pm, Travel) - Host Geoff Edgers visits Pennsylvania, where he participates in a demolition derby, a haggis-eating contest, and a zombie-themed foot race.
The New Normal (9:30pm, NBC) - Bryan wishes to have a natural connection to the new baby, whatever that means. Also, Shania is upset to learn that her mother didn't breast-feed her when she was a baby.
Cougar Town (10pm, TBS) - Tom gets a new girlfriend and Bobby tries to improve his table manners on a pretend date with Ellie.