Jane's Journey (8pm, Animal Planet) - The television premiere of Lorenz Knauer's film about the personal and professional life of celebrated environmental activist Jane Goodall.
Raising Hope (8pm, Fox) - A social worker investigating a claim at the Chance house becomes suspicious of the family's treatment of Maw Maw and wonders if they're fit to care for her.
Ben and Kate (8:30pm, Fox) - Ben and Kate discover a list from an unfinished scavenger hunt that their dad created 15 years earlier, and they set out on a mission to find the remaining items. Go ahead and watch all the Fox comedies tonight: "New Girl" at 9 and "The Mindy Project" at 9:30.
Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog (9pm, CW) - The popular web series starring Neil Patrick Harris (right) and Nate Fillion comes to regular TV tonight. In the inspired Josh Whedon musical, an aspiring super villain (Harris) tries to gain acceptance into the Evil League of Evil to impress a pretty girl at a laundromat. Unfortunately, his superhero arch nemesis, Captain Hammer (Fillion), keeps thwarting his attempts. If you've never seen it, do yourself a favor and check it out.
Frontline: The Choice 2012 (9pm, UNC-TV) - The two-hour Season 31 premiere features profiles of President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney.
Go On (9pm, NBC) - Grieving causes Ryan to become a compulsive eater, triggering an intervention from the group.
Sons of Anarchy (10pm, FX) - SAMCRO explores new business opportunities. How's that for vague program info? Next week, "stuff happens."
Parenthood (10pm, NBC) - Kristina shares her medical news with the family. Also, Victor's baseball game makes Joel nervous and Sarah and Hank share a sensitive moment.
Vegas (10pm, CBS) - Mia's father, a hot-headed Chicago mob boss with a gambling problem, causes trouble for Savino when he visits the Savoy.
Ink Master (10pm, Spike) - The second season of this competition reality series is features a tattoo artist from Fayetteville, Steven Givens (aka Kay Kutta).