“30 for 30” (5 p.m., ESPN). “Once Brothers,” a documentary look at the onetime friendship between NBA stars Vlade Divac and Drazen Petrovic, and how their relationship was torn apart by the Yugoslav civil war before Petrovic died in a car crash in 1993. Tragic and moving, this could be one of the best installments of the series.
“Glee” (8 p.m., Fox). The gang holds a duet competition in order to give Sam a chance to sing. And Mike, Tina and Artie form a bizarre love triangle.
“Sons of Anarchy” (10 p.m., FX). The gang tries to buy time as their bail hearing approaches, and Tig isn’t happy when Kozik (Kenny Johnson of “The Shield”) returns.
“Raising Hope” (9 p.m., Fox). Jimmy starts putting photos of Hope into the family photo album. Hopefully it’ll be more funny than that sounds.
“Running Wilde” (9:30 p.m., Fox). OK, last chance. Andy Richter guest-stars tonight, so if this episode isn’t funny, the series is never going to be funny. And, if no one watches tonight, it’s probably next in line to get canceled.
“Carlos” (9 p.m., Sundance). Part 2, as Carlos the Jackal takes hostages during a raid in the OPEC headquarters in 1975.
“Parenthood” (10 p.m., NBC). Parenty stuff happens. I’ve lost track.
“Chopped” (10 p.m., Food Network). Ingredients include octopus, flank steak and granola bars.
“Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time” (10 p.m., Comedy Central). Series premiere. A new sketch comedy show that, let’s face it, will probably be pretty stupid. But who knows, might be a laugh or two in there.
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Rangers vs. Rays (5 p.m., TBS). The decisive Game 5. Should be a good matchup, Cliff Lee vs. David Price.
“Private Chefs of Beverly Hills” (9 p.m., Food Network). Season premiere. It’s the Food Network’s version of “Real Housewives,” and just as terrible.