Nathan Kress, Miranda Cosgrove and Jennette McCurdy, iCarly

iCarly
8 pm/ET Nickelodeon
Carly and her pals want to go to a mixed-martial-arts fight, but they must sneak out of her place to do that. To aid them in this endeavor, they resort to using look-alikes that will fool Spencer into thinking they're all still home. Hardly a foolproof plan, but it just may work since Spencer is a little preoccupied building an enormous version of Newton Balls. — Jennifer Sankowski

MTV Cribs Awards
1 pm/ET MTV
Kim Kardashian hosts the inaugural MTV Cribs Awards, honoring the long-running series' most memorable pads. Featured categories include Best Bachelor and Bachelorette Cribs; Best Sneaker Collection; Best Home Theater; Best Whip, Ride or Dub; and the coveted Best Crib Award. If this 90-minute special doesn't satisfy your desire to live vicariously through others, five new episodes follow, offering a glimpse inside the envy-inducing homes of Akon, Criss Angel, Verne Troyer, Aubrey O' Day and others. — Karen Andzejewicz

America's Most Wanted
9 pm/ET Fox
The last time we saw snowboarder Jesse Csincsak, he was wooing (and winning — at least until the cameras stopped rolling) 2008's Bachelorette, DeAnna Pappas. Csincsak's appearance here tonight is much more serious: He's helping John Walsh publicize the unsolved 2006 murder of fellow snowboarder Benjamin Bradley, who was last seen alive hitchhiking from Colorado to Jackson Hole, Wyo. Bradley's body was found in a Wyoming desert with cash in his wallet, but his custom-made snowboard was missing. — Paul Droesch

Ashes to Ashes
9 pm/ET BBC America
While ABC is pulling the plug on the U.S. version of Life on Mars, BBC America is forging ahead with this sequel to the original British series. Philip Glenister returns as boorish Detective Chief Inspector Gene Hunt in the series opener, but this time he's working with Alex Drake (Keeley Hawes), a no-nonsense female police psychologist who's shot in the present day and inexplicably wakes up (with a perm) in 1981. Also reprising their roles are Life on Mars regulars Dean Andrews and Marshall Lancaster, as DS Ray Carling and DC Chris Skelton, respectively. — Karen Andzejewicz

Gone Country
8 pm/ET CMT
In the third-season finale, the seven hopefuls get up and sing for a honky-tonk audience of thousands. Then a winner is chosen to record a country single produced by John Rich himself. And that's goin' country. — Fred Mitchell