The Bachelorette (8pm, ABC) - Emily and her 13 remaining suitors visit Bermuda. There's a dreaded two-on-one date, after which someone will go home. At the end of the night, 10 men will remain.
Hell's Kitchen (8pm, Fox) - Eighteen contestants sign on for Season 10. In tonight's part one of the two-party premiere, the cooks are split into two teams and prepare signature dishes they hope Gordon Ramsay doesn't spit into the garbage.
Teen Wolf (9pm, MTV) - Technically, the second season premiere aired last night at 11 after the MTV Movie awards, but that episode repeats tonight at 9 and then the show moves into its regular 10 p.m. time slot. In the first episode, Lydia goes missing from the hospital and both werewolves and hunters try to find her. In the second episode, there's trouble for Isaac's father on the night before the full moon. I'm so happy this is back!
MasterChef (9pm, Fox) - I usually love this series because it gives true amateur cooks a shot at the big time, but the Season 3 premiere episode left me a bit cold. The shtick of judges Gordon Ramsay, Joe Bastianich and Graham Eliot has become predictable, and many of the contestants are just too ridiculous to take seriously. Do we really need the bizarro "American Idol"-style audition moments?? But beneath the silliness, there are still some great stories here and a few cooks I'm already cheering hard for. A blind chef. A blind chef!
American Pickers (9pm, History) - A trip to North Carolina includes brass-era car parts, folk art, and a collection of Indian motorbikes and accessories.
Lost Girl (10pm, Syfy) - Bo investigates a murderer's escape from prison by going undercover at a strip club.