Eureka Eureka

9/8c Syfy
Traditionally, if you wanted to be immortalized as a statue, you would either have to accomplish things in the course of your life that are worthy of remembrance or you could go the easy route by hiring a sculptor and striking a pose. But a find at the site of Jo's future home bypasses tradition and alarmingly starts to "rock" the townsfolk (into stone) while tensions between Carter and Grant over Allison become even rockier. — Michael Chant

The Pillars of the Earth

10/9c Starz
Sins and secrets, sacraments and salvation wind through this chapter of the involving saga about religion, romance, intrigue and the construction of a mighty house of holiness. Regan confesses that she's been asked to commit a murder; the banns of matrimony go up for Alfred and Aliena, this despite her love for Jack; William Hamleigh is to be confirmed as the Earl of Shiring; and a secret that only Tom Builder knew (and took to his grave) could lead to a disaster of biblical proportions. — Ray Stackhouse

Chefs vs. City
10/9c Food Network
Hosts Aaron Sanchez and Chris Cosentino head to Baltimore to challenge local chefs Ann Marie Langton and Thomas Looney to an epicurean race across town. The Charm City challenges find the foodies elbow deep in seafood, getting down and dirty on a farm, and trying to master a centuries-old pasta technique in the city's Italian section. — Karen Andzejewicz


7 a.m./6c NBC
Today continues its Summer Concert Series on the Rockefeller Center plaza with a performance by Daughtry. The pop-rock band, fronted by former American Idol contestant Chris Daughtry, has kept up a near-constant touring schedule in support of Leave This Town, the second CD, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 in 2009. — Brie Hearn

Good Morning America
7 a.m./6c ABC
OMG! Look who's rousing New York's Central Park this morning: Usher Raymond IV, whose hit single "OMG" is his ninth to top worldwide charts. It was also nominated for three MTV Video Music Awards. His latest CD, Raymond V Raymond, is also sailing along nicely after debuting atop Billboard's 200 chart in this spring (his third consecutive album to do that), and it recently went platinum. But that's history. Usher has new music to promote, on Versus (to be released Tuesday), his extended-play follow up to Raymond. — Paul Droesch

NFL Football
8/7c Fox
Two teams that have made some dramatic offensive changes square off this evening, as the Eagles visit the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. With Donovan McNabb dispatched to Washington, the Birds have handed the ball to Kevin Kolb, who has an outstanding assemblage of receivers to help him keep this offense rolling. The Bengals have given Carson Palmer a new aerial weapon as well, adding flamboyant Terrell Owens to a cast that also includes the outrageous Chad Ochocinco. — Dave Roeder

Kids in the Hall Present: Death Comes to Town
10/9c IFC
Who knows what kind of trouble those crazy kids can get into, especially in the hall?!?!? The Kids in the Hall comedy troupe guys (Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, Scott Thompson) star in this wacky eight-part murder mystery in which the Grim Reaper rolls into Shuckton, Ont., as the town waits to hear if it will be hosting the 2028 Summer Olympic Games. Shuckton is a "small, proud dot on the map" and, unfortunately, "someone's gonna die," and that someone is one of the town's most beloved citizens. (A second episode follows.) — Ray Stackhouse