HighlightsA new bevy of model wannabes make their case on the two-hour season premiere of "America's Next Top Model"(Channel 50 at 8). In the opener, 32 contestants fly to Los Angeles for model boot camp and the field is quickly cut to a lucky 13. "Friday Night Lights"(Channel 4 at 8) finds that two-timing Buddy moving in with the Taylors after being found out by the wife.
New York Yankee Jason Giambi pops up on "Deal or No Deal"(Channel 4 at 9), surprising a New Jersey contestant.
On "Medium"(Channel 4 at 10), the "S.O.S." serial killer (Eric Stoltz), whom Allison helped to catch last year, escapes from prison seeking revenge.
With the Mick Jagger caper under their belts, "The Knights of Prosperity"(Channel 7 at 8:30) set their sights on a new target, Kelly Ripa.
Hurley of "Lost"(Channel 7 at 10) discovers an old wrecked car on the island, and Kate and Sawyer finally reunite with their fellow castaways.
On "Jericho"(Channel 9 at 8), Jake and Johnston travel to a trading post outside town to find equipment needed to create another energy source.
The team of "Criminal Minds"(Channel 9 at 9) travels to New Orleans to track a serial killer who is again murdering men throughout the city after a 15-month break.
Goth magician Criss Angel guest-stars on "CSI: NY"(Channel 9 at 10) as an illusionist who brings his act to the streets of New York, only to have two members of his crew murdered.
Speaking of wannabes, "American Idol"(Channel 5 at 8) features the top 10 women performing, with you, the viewer, deciding who advances and who is yanked.
That's followed by the second episode of the new game show "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?"(Channel 5 at 9).
The documentary "Black Sun"(Cinemax at 7) profiles Hugues de Montalembert, who after being blinded in a New York City attack defied expectations and continued to travel the world as a writer and artist.
"Sit Down Comedy With David Steinberg"(TV Land at 10) features Robin Williams.
Tim Allen and Fergie guest on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno"(Channel 4, 11:35).
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Robin Thicke appear on "Late Show With David Letterman"(Channel 9, 11:35).
-- John Maynard