“UNDATEABLE”: Danny Burton, right, attempts to help some of his new friends’ love lives. (Justin Lubin/NBC)

As if things could get any more grueling, the ten remaining “Hell’s Kitchen” (Fox at 8 p.m.) contestants are rearranged and then challenged to create dishes using ingredients they blindly chose.

Nate Berkus, Adam Devine, Tony Hale, Arsenio Hall, Malin Akerman and Bradley Whitford play celebrity contestants on “Hollywood Game Night” (NBC at 8).

SERIES PREMIERE: The new comedy from “Scrubs” creator Bill Lawrence “Undateable” (NBC at 9) follows confident slacker Danny Burton (played by Chris D’Elia) who decides to help out his roommate’s group of romantically challenged friends in the game of love. Two 30-minute installments premiere tonight.

SERIES PREMIERE: The 10-part original series “The Sixties” (CNN at 9) looks at the people, events and discoveries that shaped how Americans came to think about their government in that decade. In the premiere episode, Tom Hanks, Sally Field, Carol Burnett and many others describe how groundbreaking dramas, historical events and sitcoms on television shaped who we are today.

Ryan’s on a quest to find the rival gang members responsible for shooting Carlos in order to stop a street feud from escalating on “Gang Related” (Fox at 9).

RETURNING SHOW: “Our America With Lisa Ling” (OWN at 10) Season 4 opens with an investigative report on churches that practice deliverance — the act of calling upon Christ to cast out demons in an effort to fight the devil.

The hopeful comedians vie for a place in the semi-finals on “Last Comic Standing” (NBC at 10).

After their father returns, Catherine and Joshua are forced to think about the past on “Black Box” (ABC at 10), while Will tries to get rid of Delilah.

In case you missed him last week, “Star Trek: The Next Generation” alum and perfect human Patrick Stewart is on “The Colbert Report” (Comedy Central at 11:30) to talk about his new film “X-Men: Days of Future Past.”

Premiering today on Netflix, the documentary “Brave Miss World” chronicles the life of Linor Abargil, a former Miss World, who survived a violent rape and became a lawyer who advocates for other survivors.

Musician Billy Joel and former first daughter Chelsea Clinton stop by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC at 11:35).

Actors Jon Cryer and Elizabeth Olsen come to the “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35), with a musical performance from Foster the People.

Actress Sandra Oh and television personality “Science Bob” Pflugfelder are on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:35), with musical guest Boy George.

Rachel Lubitz