'MODERN FAMILY': Phil tries to help Gloria sell her pre-Jay apartment but they get sidetracked at the neighborhood salon. (Peter "Hopper" Stone/ABC)

Frustrated with his father, Jason gives Miles information about the Patriots’ upcoming plans on “Revolution” (NBC at 8 p.m.), prompting Monroe, Jason, Charlie and Connor to set plans to thwart the Patriot attack.

The eight remaining “American Idol” (Fox at 8) contestants perform the songs they chose during their auditions.

The two tribes finally merge on “Survivor: Cagayan” (CBS at 8).

When two murder victims are found in a West Virginia backwoods community on “Criminal Minds” (CBS at 9), the crew suspects a link between the murders and a longtime feud between two families.

Mitch struggles to hide his true feelings about the wedding topper that Cam’s father whittled out of soap on “Modern Family” (ABC at 9). And while trying to help Gloria sell her pre-Jay apartment, Phil gets wrapped up in her old neighborhood’s beauty salon.

RETURNING SHOW: Season 3 of “Million Dollar Listing New York” (Bravo at 9) opens with Fredrik landing his dream property, while Ryan tries to sell a mega-bucks apartment complete with a car elevator.

SERIES PREMIERE: The docu-series “Down East Dickering” (History at 10) follows four groups of New England “dickerers” who will do anything to make a few bucks so they can live on their own terms sans clocks, bosses and rules.

SERIES PREMIERE: “Treasure King” (Reelz at 10) takes viewers on a ride with larger-than-life collector Richie Marcello. He scours the globe to buy and sell some of the world’s most highly sought museum-caliber treasures and rare Hollywood memorabilia many believed to be lost forever.

Elizabeth tries to access Capitol Hill while Nina’s protection is debated on the latest “The Americans” (FX at 10).

Scarlett receives a surprise visit from her mother on “Nashville” (ABC at 10), and it turns disastrous when she tries to make an appearance on stage.

SERIES PREMIERE: To fill the “Broad City”-size hole in your heart, Comedy Central is bringing you “TripTank” (10:30), a new program of random, animated shorts that begins with a suicidal chicken interrupting a wedding.

Actor Denis Leary and television personality Cat Deeley are on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC at 11:35), along with music from Nickel Creek.

Multimedia diva Martha Stewart comes to the “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35), with a musical performance from Joseph Arthur.

Former president Bill Clinton is interviewed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:35), along with a musical performance from Manny Pacquiao.

Rachel Lubitz