* Game 3 of the National League Playoffs on WRC.
* The series premiere of "Ryan Caulfield: Year One" on WTTG.
* New times for "Boy Meets World," "Odd Man Out" and "The Hughleys" on WJLA.
* And "Sell & Spin: A History of Advertising" on the History Channel.
Major League Baseball (CC). National League Championship Series, Game 3: Atlanta at New York Mets (Channel 4 at 8).
Washington Week in Review (CC). Topics include the Senate rejection of the nuclear test ban treaty (Channel 26 at 8).
Livelyhood (CC). The series about the workplace returns; tonight, host Will Durst visits the Harley-Davidson plant in Kansas City, Mo., where assembly line tasks are rotated every few hours. One hour (Channel 26 at 11).
Chameleon II: Death Match (1999) (CC). A federally funded, genetically engineered predator named Kam attempts to stop a criminal mastermind holding hostages in a casino tower. Two hours (Channel 20 at 8).
20/20 (CC) reports on the popular Metabolife diet pill; also, a segment on Marilyn Monroe, whose personal items are about to be auctioned at Christie's, including an interview with former co-star Tony Curtis (Channel 7 at 10).
Ryan Caulfield: Year One (CC). A high school graduate (Sean Maher) skips college to become a beat cop in Philadelphia; on his first day, he is sent to a murder scene with his veteran partner (Michael Rispoli) (Channel 5 at 8).
Sell & Spin: A History of Advertising. As part of its "Time Machine" series, the cable network charts the evolution and influence of advertising; narrated by Dick Cavett. Two hours (History Channel at 9).
Boy Meets World (CC). Eric and Jack bet against their own football team; airing at its new time (Channel 7 at 8).
Odd Man Out (CC). Jordan askes Andrew to chaperon a Venezuelan model; airing at its new time (Channel 7, 8:30).
Love & Money (CC). Eamon and Allison bring their relationship out in the open (Channel 9, 8:30).
Harsh Realm (CC). Lt. Hobbes and Mike Pinocchio are captured by bounty hunters (Channel 5 at 9).
The Hughleys (CC). Isaac Hayes, appearing as "The Man," decides Darryl's fate after a car accident; airing at its new time (Channel 7, 9:30).
Nash Bridges (CC). Cassidy's life is in danger from drug dealers when she is mistaken for another woman (Channel 9 at 10).
CAPTION: Sean Maher, left, guest star Brock Peters, and Michael Rispoli in the premiere of the series "Ryan Caulfield: Year One," tonight at 8.