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Lights Out
10/9c FX
The Learys live in a New Jersey mansion that the Sopranos wouldn't find unfamiliar, and paterfamilias Patrick (Holt McCallany) made his money violently. But that's where the similarities end (some of them, anyway): Patrick (aka "Lights") is an ex-heavyweight boxing champ. Alas, retirement hasn't been good to Lights, and his money's running out (so, yes, he'll get mixed up with the mob). But Lights' story isn't all boxing-movie clichés. For starters, he's married to a med student (Catherine McCormack) and he's a responsible father. And when he's diagnosed with "pugilistic dementia" in the series opener, it's only the beginning of the story. — Paul Droesch

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Frontline9/8c PBS Haiti's recovery from the devastating 2010 earthquake is in doubt — not from a lack of aid, of which there has been plenty, but corruption and crime.

Battle for Haiti delves into those difficulties, detailing how the government seems unable to maintain of order. It also rides along with a police unit that's hunting gang members in Port-au-Prince, many of whom escaped from Haiti's National Penitentiary shortly after the quake. — Jeff GemmillMillionaire Matchmaker9/8c Bravo Season 4 of love goddess Patti Stanger's reality love-connection series comes to an end. In the season finale, Patti goes the extra yard to bring romance into the life of Freddie Mitchell, a former NFL wide receiver. Freddie's ready, but first he'll need to get over his fear of gold diggers. Additionally, Patti tries not to fumble when she reluctantly plays matchmaker for a return client named Stacy (from this season's fifth episode). Yet Patti questions Stacy's trustworthiness, so she hooks the big-bucks lady client up to a lie-detector machine. — Dean MaurerNCIS8/7c CBS The team is in familiar waters when they once again work a case with the Coast Guard Investigative Service. Last season, the team and their Coast Guard equivalent joined forces to solve the murder of a Navy diver. Tonight, they investigate the murder of a marine who was killed while on a dinner cruise. — Bill Ecklund

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The Haney Project: Rush Limbaugh9/8c Golf Hank Haney takes conservative radio-show host Rush Limbaugh under his wing as he seeks to improve his golf game. Haney's previous protégés on this show have been NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley and actor-comedian Ray Romano, with somewhat mixed results. Haney is Tiger Woods' former swing coach. In the first episode, Haney meets Limbaugh, breaks down his game and formulates a strategy. — Brendan CurleyTeen Mom 210/9c MTV We first met teen moms Jenelle, Chelsea, Kailyn and Leah when their captivating stories were told on the second season of 16 & Pregnant. Now the next chapter of their lives unfold before the cameras as the second installment of this sometimes controversial but always eye-opening reality show gets underway. In the opener, Jenelle battles her own mother for custody of her baby, while Leah tries to work things out with the father of her twins, and Chelsea tries to get back on track to graduate on time. — Karen Kelty

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Onion SportsDome10:30/9:30c Comedy Central Have you heard about the Miami Heat's holy trinity rewriting the rules of the NBA? Relax, purists, it's just a satirical story in this new series that takes a page from fake news outlets such as The Onion and The Daily Show and tops it off with the splashy graphics and locker-room bravado of SportsCenter. No subject is too sacred, though with Tiger Woods, Brett Favre, et al turning headlines into punch lines, the real challenge will be making fiction stranger — and funnier — than the truth. — Joe Friedrich