Pioneers of Television (8pm, UNC-TV) - The final installment of the season focuses on local children's television shows of yesteryear. Featured: "Time for Beany," which counted Albert Einstein among its fans, "Romper Room," "Wallace and Ladmo," and "Puppet Hotel." Also, a look at Jim Henson's early days in Washington, D.C., Fred Rogers' first show in Pittsburgh, and local clown shows.
Glee (8pm, Fox) - The Valentines episode has the glee kids setting up a kissing booth.
Raising Hope (9pm, Fox) - New episodes! Jimmy meets another single dad who is also lacking a social life, but their potential friendship hits a snag after Jimmy learns he's a client of his mom's housekeeping service.
Traffic Light (9:30pm, Fox) - A new sitcom about three buddies from college, each with different relationship scenarios. Here's our review.
The Good Wife (10pm, CBS) - A mole is detected in the firm when Alicia takes on a class-action lawsuit and goes up against shrewd lawyer Louis Canning (Michael J. Fox), who once again uses a physical disability to sway the jury. Meanwhile, Derrick brings in a super PAC as a client.
Parenthood (10pm, NBC) - Haddie has a run-in with Alex while out with Amber and Max, and Drew has breakfast with his deadbeat father, played by John Corbett.
Detroit 1-8-7 (10pm, ABC) - The detectives investigate the death of a boxer's fiance who, it turns out, was the former girlfriend of his upcoming opponent. Boxing legend and Detroit native Thomas "Hitman" Hearns guest stars as himself.
Southland (10pm, TNT) - Lydia gets caught in the spotlight while investigating a celebrity murder and Sammy goes back out on patrol for the first time since Nate's departure.
Lights Out (10pm, FX) - Lights decides he has to go back into the ring, and somehow wins Theresa's approval. He gets the backing of Hal Brennan and lines up an opponent with "glass hands."
Note: All of these 10pm shows are excellent. Remember that "Lights Out" and "Southland" both repeat tonight at 11pm and midnight respectively. There's also "White Collar" at 10pm on USA, and that repeats again at 1am. "Good Wife" and "Parenthood" are usually available On Demand, and "Detroit 1-8-7" is available at abc.com. Use your resources wisely!