Shark Tank (8pm, ABC) - An emotional pitch by a stylist from Santa Monica, who started her own slip business. Also, a Denver couple try to sell the sharks on their frozen yogurt for dogs.
Kitchen Nightmares (8pm, Fox) - In the Season 6 premiere, Chef Gordon Ramsay visits La Galleria 33, an Italian restaurant run by two sisters in Boston's North End, to help the owners improve their bland menu, reverse a dire financial situation, and mend broken relationships with staff and customers.
Mockingbird Lane (8pm, NBC) - This revamp of the mid-1960s series "The Munsters" was supposed to be a new series, but it's not likely that NBC will pick it up for a series run. Instead, the pilot airing tonight is being sold as a Halloween special. It stars Jerry O'Connell as Herman, Portia De Rossi as Lilly and Grandpa is played by Eddie Izzard. The show is by Bryan Fuller, who gave us "Wonderfalls" and "Pushing Daisies," so even though I've heard bad things about it, I have to check it out for myself.
20/20: All Access Nashville with Katie Couric (9pm, ABC) - Katie Couric interviews Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Martina McBride and Jason Aldean.
Fringe (9pm, Fox) - The Fringe team wonder if a recently surfaced Broyles can be trusted when they find themselves in hostile territory.
Nikita (9pm, CW) - Nikita tries to rescue a brainwashed girl before she can detonate a bomb aimed at a high-level target.
Blue Bloods (10pm, CBS) - A detective gets abducted shortly after getting an award for his undercover work in Malaysia, so Frank has Danny search for the Malaysian drug lord who's holding the detective hostage.