41 (9pm, HBO) - A documentary executive produced by Jerry Weintraub examines the life of George H.W. Bush, the 41st president. Includes recollections of his childhood, family, World War II service and long career as a public servant. Watch a trailer of "41" and read Adrienne's review.
Saving Hope (9pm, NBC) - Alex tries to help a boy with puzzling symptoms while dealing with Charlie's former wife. Elsewhere, a patient declines lifesaving treatment due to religious convictions.
The Other F-Word (9pm, Showtime) - A documentary in which rebellious punk rock stars, like Jim Lindberg from Pennywise and Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers, discuss how the "no rules, no responsibility, in your face, eff you" punk philosophy gels with being a dad. This also sort of doubles as a quick history of American punk rock.
Burn Notice (9pm, USA) - In the Season 6 premiere, Michael pursues Anson in Miami, while Fiona is taken into custody and interrogated by a former foe.
Suits (10pm, USA) - Season 2 returns with Mike excited to close a big case for the firm, but not realizing that Trevor has confronted Jessica. Meanwhile, Jessica's former partner resurfaces, prompting Harvey (Gabriel Macht, right) to reconsider what he's willing to do to protect Mike's secret.
Final Offer (10pm, Discovery) - Photos by Ansel Adams, a rare insect collection, a Tiffany lamp and a dress made famous by Marilyn Monroe are featured.
Rock Center with Brian Williams (10pm, NBC) - Five-time Emmy winner Candice Bergen talks candidly to Harry Smith about dealing with aging and about the stroke she had six years ago -- a stroke she only recently disclosed. Bergen also talks about her role as Murphy Brown, about growing up with a famous wooden puppet for a brother, and her current role in "The Best Man" on Broadway. I'm a sucker for anything with Candice Bergen, so I'm all over this. There's a clip below.