With the end of the Olympics, the networks return to their regularly scheduled programming. Here's what caught my eye on television this week:
"The Amazing Race," 7 p.m., CBS: Eleven teams of "Race" veterans battle for a $1-million prize as Season 24 begins.
"Winter Olympic Games Closing Ceremonies," 7:30 p.m., NBC: That's all folks; gotta skate!
"True Detective," 8 p.m., HBO: Maggie, in the present day investigation, is pressed to reveal what came between Hart and Cohle in 2002.
"Masterpiece Classic," 8 p.m., PBS: Season 4 of "Downton Abbey" concludes.
"Growing Up Fisher," 9:30 p.m., NBC: J.K. Simmons is stellar as a blind lawyer dad in this sweet new coming-of-age series.
"The Voice," 7 p.m., NBC: Season 6 premieres.
"Dallas," 8 p.m., TNT: A third season begins.
"Late Night with Seth Meyers," 11:35 p.m., NBC: The former Weekend Update anchor for "Saturday Night Live" hops into Jimmy Fallon's old chair.
"Amish Mafia," 8 p.m., Discovery: Before being sent to sleep with the fishes, victims are wrapped in a homey, handmade quilt.
"Rizzoli & Isles," 8 p.m., TNT: It looks like tonight's season premiere really isn't going to do anything good for my (totally rational) fear of clowns.
"Mind Games," 9 p.m., ABC: Steve Zahn and series-kiss-of-death Christian Slater star in a more accessible new drama than usual from former Austinite Kyle Killen ("Awake").
"Game of Arms," 9 p.m., AMC: Reality TV meets competitive arm wrestling. If someone announces a show called, "Tag, You're It," I am officially declaring the genre played out.
"Perception," 9 p.m., TNT: A new season kicks off tonight.
"Survivor," 7 p.m., CBS: Season 28 finds brawn, brains and beauty duking it out in the Philippines.
"Mixology," 8:30 p.m., ABC: Ten friends walk into a bar and never leave. Find out tonight if the joke is on them or you.
"The Americans," 9 p.m., FX: A family-focused Season 2 begins, but there's still plenty of espionage and clandestine political intrigue.
"Legit," 9 p.m., FXX: Season 2 kicks off.
"Countdown to the Oscars," 7 p.m., ABC: Jonah Hill and Lupita Nyong'o are interviewed in this special that looks at Oscar nominees before they became famous.
"Portlandia," 9 p.m., IFC: Season 4 begins with a haunting by an overbearing ghost.
"Kitchen Nightmares," 7 p.m., Fox: Gordon Ramsay heads back to the infamous Amy's Baking Company for this show's sixth-season premiere. What could go wrong?
"Betty White's Off Their Rockers," 9 p.m., Lifetime: Everyone's favorite oldster is off-her-rocking it on a new network at a later hour, when most of her crowd is asleep.
"Hannibal," 9 p.m., NBC: Gillian Anderson and Cynthia Nixon guest star in tonight's second-season premiere.
"Saturday Night Live," 10:30 p.m., NBC: "The Big Bang Theory" Emmy-winner Jim Parsons hosts and musician Beck performs. Bazinga!
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