Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations
10/9c Travel
Five years and 99 episodes ago, Tony Bourdain kicked off this entertaining travelogue in Paris. Now, he's going back to the City of Lights to celebrate the show's 100th episode, and he's bringing along his pal, renowned French chef Eric Ripert. Together, they embark on a culinary tour of the French capital, sampling both classic cuisine and bold new dishes that are redefining French cooking. — Karen Andzejewicz

Aftermath
10/9c Biography
Interviews regarding serial killers are often with those who helped in their capture or with family members who give insight into the side of the criminal the public has never seen. David Kaczynski is both. William Shatner sits down with the brother of the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, who was captured when David turned him in after reading his "manifesto" in the newspaper. David shares stories about his brother and recalls how it felt to contact the FBI about his brother. — Bill Ecklund

Thintervention with Jackie Warner
10:15/9:15c Bravo
Let's get physical: Fitness expert Jackie Warner, star of Bravo's unscripted gym hymn Work Out, headlines this new reality series, setting out to spur lifestyle changes for clients hoping to shed pounds. In tonight's premiere, Jackie sizes up her eight pampered charges, assessing their fitness levels and introducing them to a high-test, high-intensity outdoor obstacle course. There's a Warner warning, however: Sugar must be eliminated from their diets. When she discovers some in the group have continued eating sweets, everything turns sour. — Dean Maurer

Nickelodeon Mega Music Fest
8/7c Nickelodeon
Wyclef Jean did a duet with Shakira and Colbie Caillat sang with Jason Mraz, but have you even wondered how they'd sound singing alongside popular preschool characters? Wonder no more, because this family-friendly concert features stars such as Jean, Caillat, Justin Bieber and the Roots performing duets with Dora the Explorer, the Fresh Beat Band and the cast of Yo Gabba Gabba! John Leguizamo hosts the event, which was taped in May at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City. — Jennifer Sankowski

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

8:30 a.m./7:30c PBS
Martin Short supplies the voice of the Cat in the Hat in this fun animated series that finds the iconic Dr. Seuss character teaching young Nick and Sally about the natural sciences. In the first episode, the dapper feline and his charges discover how honey is made from Queen Priscilla Buzzoo. Later, they learn all about the migration of birds after the feathered friend that lives in Sally's backyard goes missing. — Jeff Gemmill

Giuliani's 9/11
9/8c National Geographic
To mark the upcoming ninth anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani is looking back on that fateful day, from when he learned over breakfast that a twin-engine plane crashed into the World Trade Center to the exact moment he realized the city and the nation were in "some kind of war." Revealing interviews with the former mayor are woven together with news and amateur footage to trace his response to the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history. — Karen Andzejewicz

100 Greatest Artists
10/9c VH1
The Beatles, Michael Jackson, the Rolling Stones, Prince, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Joni Mitchell, Stevie Wonder...you have to like their chances of making the cut. This argument has raged on forever and everybody's convinced that only they've got it right. Tonight, the first two parts of a five-part, four-night countdown are telecast, and VH1's choices for acts 100 through 61 are introduced in tonight's episodes. — Fred Mitchell