America's Most Wanted

America's Most Wanted
9/8c Fox
Crimes against children have always been a particular focus on America's Most Wanted, and its 23rd season opens with the searchlight out for two suspected Texas predators. One, a Honduran-born woman named Berny Figueroa, is charged with killing a 2-year-old Brenham, Texas, girl she was babysitting in March 2008. The other case is much older: the 1990 abduction and sexual assault of an 8-year-old. Thankfully, victim Jennifer Schuett lived to tell about it, and she joins Walsh to do so tonight. — Paul Droesch

My Nanny's Secret
8/7c Lifetime Movie Network
There are many secrets a nanny could have. Though most scenarios have already been immortalized on film, Haylie Duff, in the title role of this 2009 cable drama, has another one. Duff plays nanny Claudia, an orphaned young woman saddled with a troublesome brother (Dillon Casey) who has a penchant for problems. When Claudia's employer is fatally injured during a home invasion, suspicion falls on her brother and it's up to Claudia to find the truth — whether she wants to or not. — Rhoda Charles

Citizen Jane
9/8c Hallmark
Tonight's murder-mystery movie is based on a true story. Ally Sheedy plays the titular character, who is devastated by her aunt's murder. Things only get worse as the police fail to find the culprit and Jane begins to suspect her boyfriend — played by Sean Patrick Flanery — may be the killer. Meat Loaf Aday, taking a dramatic turn, also stars as a detective who offers Jane support during her quest for justice. — Brie Hearn

Robin Hood
9/8c BBC America
Things aren't so merry for Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men as the third and final season of this British import gets underway. A heartbroken Robin returns to England a changed man following Marian's tragic death in the Holy Land. Vowing revenge, he splits from the group and embarks on a mission to murder the evil-as-ever Gisborne once and for all. — Karen Andzejewicz

Adoption Diaries
10/9c WE
WE's latest original series explores the emotional process of adoption. Cameras follow prospective parents and birth mothers working with the Independent Adoption Center, a nationwide non-profit agency that arranges fully open adoptions in which birth mothers choose the adoptive parents. In tonight's premiere, a woman who was adopted as a child decides to place her baby with a couple who have endured four miscarriages. — Brie Hearn