Pioneers of Television (8pm, UNC-TV) - This week looks at westerns, including "Maverick," "The Rifleman," "Gunsmoke," "Bonanza," "Big Valley," and "The Wild, Wild West." Remarks from James Garner, Linda Evans, and Robert Conrad. Also, a look at Fess Parker's work on "Davy Crockett" and "Daniel Boone." This series really is a must for TV fans.
State of the Union Address (9pm) - President Obama delivers his address before a joint session of Congress. He's expected to talk about the economy, job creation, and the 2011-1012 budget. This is airing pretty much everywhere: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and UNC-TV.
Lights Out (10pm, FX) - While Johnny tries to persuade a promoter to give the gym's top fighter a title shot, Lights' daughters prepare a scrapbook for their father's 40th birthday party. Meanwhile, police discover that the MP3 player found on the body of a murdered robber belongs to Lights (Holt McCallany, right). Let me break it down: This show is excellent. Ratings are low. Catching up is easy. Watch it.
Southland (10pm, TNT) - John Shares procedural tips with Ben, including how to make a death notification. Meanwhile, Lydia and Josie tangle with an unorthodox suspect in a drug-related murder case, and Sammy crashes at Nate's as he sorts through his marital issues.
White Collar (10pm, USA) - Neal recalls his first meetings with Kate and Mozzie as Peter goes over the details of Neal's first arrest.
The Game (10pm, BET) - Malik's troubles continue and he soon finds himself in a bigger bind. Also, Melanie goes overboard while hosting a charity event.