Monk

Monk
9/8c USA
Adrian Monk: detective, neat freak... hit man? That's the role Monk attempts to don after an FBI agent asks him to assume the identity of a killer-for-hire after the real hit man dies. If Monk can pull it off and convince the bad guys he's tough as nails, he may be able to foil an assassination plot. — Brie Hearn

Today
7/6c NBC
Teen sensation Miley Cyrus closes out the August leg of Today's Summer Concert Series with a live performance. The busy starlet recently wrapped filming on The Last Song, a movie due out in 2010 that's based on a Nicholas Sparks novel. Cyrus also recently unveiled a Walmart-exclusive clothing line she created with Max Azaria and is releasing the EP The Time of Our Lives later this month to promote the line. — Brie Hearn

Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie
8/7c Disney
Rebellious Alex (Selena Gomez) is always getting into trouble, but she outdoes herself in this entertaining 2009 cable movie based on the hit Disney series. During a Russo family vacation in the Caribbean that is supposed to be magic free, an increasingly frustrated Alex wishes her parents (David DeLuise, Maria Canals Barrera) had never met. Unfortunately, Alex's abrupt request is granted. Even worse, she doesn't know how to reverse the spell. But she and her brother, Justin, embark on an adventurous journey to locate a legendary magical stone that possesses the power to reverse the ill-uttered demand. — Tim Holland

Eureka
9/8c Syfy
The third season of the quirky dramedy concludes with a memorable event for one lead character and foggy recollections for the rest of the town as Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) goes into labor amid a crisis that causes Eureka's citizens to suffer a communal form of Alzheimer's. Let's hope Jack remembers that he's the one folks regularly count on to save the day. — Michael Chant

Making Over America With Trinny & Susannah
10/9c TLC
Outspoken fashion gurus Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine of Britain's What Not to Wear fame have landed in America, and they're aiming to make over the country, one style offender at a time. This week the ladies visit a single mom who's a veteran of the Iraq War. She thinks her provocative barely there style is oh so sexy, but the hosts feel otherwise. — Karen Andzejewicz