Nature: Radioactive Wolves (PBS) — The documentary series’ 30th season begins with a look at the thriving wildlife — particularly wolves — in the abandoned area surrounding Chernobyl. Somehow, I suspect it will not be as cool as the banner image.
Luther (BBC America) — Season finale. I’m pretty mad that I didn’t make it a point to watch this season, but in my defense I can catch up any time. A season of British TV is like three hours long.
Not the World Series (Fox) — It’s raining in St. Louis, so you can expect to see a lot of Joe Buck’s huge stupid forehead before the game gets postponed.
Modern Family/Happy Endings (ABC) — Phil takes Haley to look at colleges; guest star Gilles Marini hits on Claire. Meanwhile, I think I like “Happy Endings” better even on the weeks when “Modern Family” makes me laugh more. I blame that on the Emmys.
Up All Night (NBC) — It’s a flashback episode to when the baby was born. Because we’ve grown so attached to it over the first four weeks.
Revenge (ABC) — This seems to have gained a faithful following since debuting last month, but I haven’t seen it because I don’t have a vagina.
Suburgatory (ABC) — I found the pilot enjoyable, but I was put off by how bright and pink most of it was. I mean, it’s supposed to be Westchester, not Orange County.