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TV highlights: Keith Urban on NFL Kickoff 2013


The Ravens are Super Bowl champions, but — thanks to an Orioles scheduling conflict — they can’t play the NFL season opener in Baltimore. As a consolation prize, the city gets a free Keith Urban concert, broadcast on NFL Kickoff 2013 (NBC at 7:30 p.m.) as a lead-up to the big game against the Broncos at 8:30.

“Wipeout” (ABC at 8) host Jill Wagner sets up couples on blind dates and sends them on the show’s obstacle course as a first date, which could be either a very good or very terrible idea.

It’s double elimination night on “Big Brother” (CBS at 9), so the stakes are high as the show gets closer to the season finale, just two weeks away.

SERIES PREMIERE: Businesses try to get some good press and solve complaints on the docu-series “The Customer Is Always Right?” (OWN at 10), which sends regular customers with ideas for improvement to meet with the people in charge of major companies, starting with Mrs. Fields Cookies.

RETURNING SHOW: Tamar Braxton’s spinoff “Tamar & Vince” (WE tv at 10) kicks off Season 2 as the couple embarks on a tour to promote her latest single. Unfortunately, the schedule starts to be too much, especially while Tamar wrestles with when to announce her pregnancy.

Actor Vince Vaughn, actress Olivia Munn and musical guest Vintage Trouble are on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” (NBC at 11:35).

“Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35) hosts actress/talk show host Queen Latifah, actor Jake Johnson and a performance by TV on the Radio.

Actress Jane Lynch visits “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:35), along with actor Jerry O’Connell and rapper 2 Chainz.

— Emily Yahr



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