Next Food Network Star

Hannah Montana
8 pm/ET Disney
Brooke Shields reprises her role as Miley's late mom in this extended one-hour episode. Miley starts dating Jake Ryan (Cody Linley) again, but she keeps the news from Robby, who is still upset over how Jake broke his daughter's heart. To make her dad appreciate Jake, Miley pretends to date a bad-boy musician. But things get way out of control. — Tim Holland

Next Food Network Star
9 pm/ET Food Network
The six remaining hopefuls have reached the halfway point of the culinary competition, and this week Bobby Flay presents them with a "Yum-O" challenge, which tells us the always effervescent Rachael Ray is in the house. The finalists will take "yuck-o" ingredients and turn them into tasty kid-friendly dishes. Then they'll perform their first cooking demos in front of a live audience on Ray's daily talk show. — Karen Andzejewicz

Angel and the Badman
9 pm/ET Hallmark
It's been more than 60 years since John Wayne played a gunslinger whose violent ways are changed by the love of a good woman and her Quaker family. But tonight's made-for-cable remake proves that some stories stand the test of time as Lou Diamond Phillips steps into the Duke's role, alongside Luke Perry, Brendan Wayne (John Wayne's grandson) and Deborah Kara Unger. In the film, the gunslinger's newfound peace is threatened by a rival bent on killing him and the temptation of a lucrative offer from his former partner. — Brie Hearn

Expedition Africa
10:02 pm/ET History
From the beginning of the expedition, it was clear that two of the biggest threats the adventurers faced were the harsh environment and internal personality clashes. In this episode, both of those threats reach danger levels previously unseen. As the team treks to Tabora, one of them contracts malaria, and the horrible situation is compounded when two members get into a heated argument. — Bill Ecklund

Z Rock
11 pm/ET IFC
Big-name rock and rollers grace the screen in this episode of the music-themed sitcom. Dave Navarro, former guitarist for Jane's Addiction and Red Hot Chili Peppers, plays himself, and his last interlude with the band didn't go so hot as he once nearly ruined their career. But now Z02 is on the quest for a new sound, and Dave thinks he might be just the man for the job. The guys' manager, Dina, after being out of touch for awhile, reconnects with an ex-boyfriend, blue-eyed soul man Daryl Hall of Hall and Oates fame. — Ray Stackhouse