What’s On Tonight: Nathan Fielder’s Follow-Up To Dumb Starbucks

Nathan For You (Comedy Central, 10:30 p.m.) — I love Nathan Fielder, but I have a feeling that he will never work outside of Nathan for You. I hope he can string it along for a decade. Tonight, he follows up his classic Dumb Starbucks episode.

Tyrant (FX, 10 p.m.) — It’s getting better, more interesting, but I don’t think anyone is paying attention anymore. Tonight, “Amira reveals a 20-year-old secret, causing Barry to see his father in a new light.” Knowing this show, the secret is that Barry’s father raped Amira.

Royal Pains (USA Network, 9 p.m. ) — Tonight’s episode is titled “Oh, M.G.” Make it stop.

The Wil Wheaton Project (SyFy, 9p.m.) — Wil looks at the ABC fantasy competition The Quest. Based on ratings of The Quest, he may have been the only one.

CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock (ABC, 8 p.m.) — Uh, country singers sing songs.

The Killing (Netflix, Anytime) — It’s a bad night for TV. Watch The Killing or better yet, find the first episode of Maggie Gyllenhaal’s Sundance miniseries The Honorable Woman. It’s violent, intense, political, complicated and amazing.

LATE NIGHT LISTINGS: Clive Owen is on Fallon; Ted Danson is on Kimmel; Seth Meyers has Daniel Radcliffe; James Cameron is on The Colbert Report, and Ethan Hawke stops by Conan.