Will top nominees“Kinky Boots” or “Matilda the Musical” sweep the “Tony Awards” (8 p.m., CBS)? Find out tonight. Neil Patrick Harris hosts.
A new alien species arrives; Tom and Anne deal with her pregnancy; and Hal has some disturbing nightmares as “Falling Skies” (8 p.m., TNT) returns with back-to-back episodes.
Ten designers vie to be an “HGTV Star” (5 p.m., HGTV) as Sabrina Soto joins the judging panel. First up: Contestants design their own wallpaper or fabric.
On the History Channel, “Mountain Men” (6 p.m.) and “Ice Road Truckers” (7 p.m.) are back. Let the swagger and scenic shots of mountain passes begin.
If umpteen hours a week of “The Voice” isn’t enough for you, stay tuned for new singing competition “The Winner Is” (10 p.m., NBC). Nick Lachey hosts.
Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijin star as former Secret Service agents who’ve become private detectives in a new series, “King & Maxwell” (9 p.m., TNT) based on characters created by author David Baldacci.
HBO unveils its documentary “Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer” (9 p.m.), about the punk group and its high-profile legal troubles in Russia.
ABC Family brings back “Switched at Birth” for its summer run.
TNT’s “Closer” spinoff “Major Crimes” is also back.
Is Ali alive? We might find out as “Pretty Little Liars” (5 p.m., ABC Family) returns, since the title of the episode is “A is for Alive.” Then again, this is “PLL,” so we might not. (Not caught up? Don’t worry…a marathon airing before the premier will get you caught up.
Following is new series “Twisted,” also about good-looking high school students embroiled in murderous plots. In this case, a teen who killed his aunt years before returns to town, only to become a suspect in a second killing.
Hank returns to work after surgery as “Royal Pains” (6 p.m., USA) kicks off its season.
Following is the Season 3 premiere of sports drama “Necessary Roughness” (7 p.m.).
Bar-based comedy “Sullivan & Sons” (7 p.m., TBS) returns on TBS.
James Caan joins the Jeffrey Dean Morgan-helmed “Magic City” (Starz).
Hopefully, fans of “Zero Hour” (8 p.m., ABC) will get some closure as the network burns off episodes of this canceled conspiracy drama. Tonight, fans get two episodes.
— Heather Chavez