“Supernatural” (9 p.m., The CW). Series premiere. The sixth season gets a reboot, as Sam and Dean get back in the evil-fighting business after staving off Armageddon last season. Mitch Pileggi (“X-Files”) guest stars.
“Beyond Survival with Les Stroud” (10 p.m., Discovery). Les hunts for boar with a remote tribe on Madagascar. This sounds cool, if just to see what the non-animated Madagascar looks like
“Blue Bloods” (10 p.m., CBS). Series premiere. A new drama about a family of Irish cops in New York, starring Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg and Bridget Moynahan. It sounds solid enough, but completely predictable. If TV is your comfort food, it’ll be a hearty but bland serving of mashed potatoes (salt & pepper provided by Selleck’s hair).
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Giants vs. Rockies (5 p.m., CSN-BA). Hopefully the Giants didn’t use up their monthly run quota last night. Tim Lincecum takes the mound for the G-men.
“Outlaw” (10 p.m., NBC). On one hand, it may be the worst, most ridiculous new show of the fall. On the other, it might be worth watching for the unintentional comedy factor alone. Just be sure to have a glass of wine on hand to dull the stupidity.
“Meat & Potatoes” (10 p.m., Food Network). Series premiere. Food Network is trying to appeal to young men now, so they’re basically stealing Travel Channel’s superior “Man vs. Food.” This one’s about some chef who travels to restaurants around the country looking for grotesque overservings of meat. Hey, I love meat, but 20-pound burgers gross out even me.