The Walking Dead (9pm, AMC) - In tonight's 90-minute Season 2 premiere, Rick and the group leave Atlanta and encounter a zombie threat on a highway, the likes of which they have never seen. Shortly after, the group must search for a missing person. Here's my full review of tonight's episode.
Masterpiece Mystery: Case Histories (9pm, UNC-TV) - The first of three "Case Histories" adapted from the popular Kate Atkinson novels finds Edinburgh, Scotland, private investigator Jackson Brodie (Jason Isaacs, left) looking into a 30-year-old missing persons case, investigating the murder of a young woman, and locating the niece of a seductress.
The Good Wife (9pm, CBS) - Alicia takes a pro bono case in which a witness becomes the prime suspect. Meanwhile, Will and Diane plot the firm's direction and their futures.
Boardwalk Empire (9pm, HBO) - Philadelphia gangsters may prove to be more important middlemen for rival factions to get booze into and out of Atlantic City. Meanwhile, Nucky's lawyer hatches an idea to expand the scope of his election-fraud case, and Chalky still feels like a prisoner, even though he's out of jail.
Dexter (9pm, Showtime) - A serial killer from Dexter's past makes a shocking reappearance, and Debra has problems settling into her new job.
Homeland (10pm, Showtime) - An exclusive television interview will thrust the Brody family into the national spotlight, unless Dana pulls off her plan to sidetrack the whole bogus process. Elsewhere, Carrie's embedded operative in Prince Farid's camp gets trapped in a chilling situation.
Pan Am (10pm, ABC) - A last-minute change sends the crew to exotic Rangoon, where Maggie takes Laura under her wing, showing her the wilder side of the city.