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Royal Pains
10/9c USA
Hank has his hands full tonight with Tucker's not-so-cooperative dad (played by Andrew McCarthy), who attempts to kick his drug-and-alcohol problem by undergoing a rapid detox program. Hank thinks it's too extreme, but, unfortunately, Marshall Bryant isn't used to hearing the word "no." Elsewhere, Evan's attempts to drum up business at a nightclub don't go quite as planned, forcing him to work with Divya to settle a misunderstanding with an employee. — Brie Hearn

Into the Pride
8/7c Animal Planet
Large-predator expert Dave Salmoni has taken a six-month sabbatical from urban life to move into the Erindi Private Game Reserve in Namibia and study a pride of rogue lions that have become a risk to the country's tourism industry. These aggressive cats are in danger of being destroyed unless they can learn to play nice with humans. In the premiere, Dave discovers that re-acclimating to the bush is one thing, but trying to find his new (and not particularly friendly) neighbors in the 170,000-acre-reserve presents another challenge. As they say in real estate, "Location, location, location." — Rhoda Charles

Amanpour Reports: Generation Islam
9/8c CNN
If the children are the future, here's a sobering statistic: Nearly half the populations of Afghanistan and Gaza consist of kids aged 14 and younger. How will the ongoing Afghan war and Israeli-Palestinian violence affect their perception of right and wrong? Will they be wooed by Muslim fundamentalists to become martyrs? Here, Christiane Amanpour reports on the efforts to steer youngsters away from extremist ideologies and shares the stories of children caught in the (literal and figurative) crossfire and those adults who are trying to save them. — Jeff Gemmill

Real Housewives of Atlanta
10/9c Bravo
It's not so peachy in Georgia after all. Sheree, NeNe and Kim's reconciliation meeting doesn't go quite as planned, and the fallout from that conclave is revealed tonight. Meanwhile, Kim freaks out. She weaves through the episode, celebrating her line of wigs by throwing a bash. Also on the bill: Lisa plans to start a clothing line; Kandi faces the music by meeting with singer Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, of TLC fame; and Sheree has a bash at her new home. — Dean Maurer

8/7c Fox
Booth and Brennan may have spent the last few seasons lying on Sweets' psychiatric couch, so to speak, but in this episode from April, they get a visit from their old therapist, Dr. Gordon Wyatt (Stephen Fry). Wyatt helps Sweets with a book he's writing on our intrepid crime solvers, and he also pitches in when the team investigates a gruesome discovery in the death-metal music scene. — Joe Friedrich