SERIES PREMIERE: In an embarrassing sign of the times, “Famous in 12” (CW at 8 p.m.) asks the question: “Can an ordinary family move to Los Angeles and become famous in just 12 weeks?,” which is ironic because of course they can when they’re starring in a network show and have help from TMZ’s Harvey Levin.
Comedic actors Tom Green and Andy Dick subject themselves to the moving set and challenging improv sketches on “Riot” (Fox at 8).
More embarrassing than an entire family wanting to be famous is a young man sacrificing his good karma for the sake of bad television on “I Wanna Marry Harry” (Fox at 9), where this week the remaining contestants experience the threat of paparazzi for the first time.
RETURNING SHOW: “Top Gear” (History at 9) Season 5 begins with the hosts competing for a chance to drag-race in Gatornationals.
RETURNING SHOWS: “Storage Wars” (A&E at 9) Season 6 returns with two new episodes that begin with Ivy and Rene butting heads with Darrell and Brandon over a buying spree. Then, “Shipping Wars” (10) returns with two new episodes that open with Jarrett winning the honor of transporting a 40-foot colon.
Despite his boss’s objections, T.C. desperately tries to save his critically injured friend and calls in a cardiac specialist to help on “The Night Shift” (NBC at 10). Meanwhile, Kenny helps an injured groom who is hiding a secret from his bride.
Molly faces pressure to close the case, while things are looking up for Lester on “Fargo” (FX at 10).
SERIES PREMIERE: The reality show “Siberian Cut” (Discovery at 10) follows American logger Sean Vann, who has spent 17 years working in the hostile conditions of the Russian forestry industry in Siberia and now has decided that the Russians should work for him.
FINALE WATCH: “Inside Amy Schumer” (Comedy at 10:30) Season 2 ends with Amy dealing with the press and her boyfriend’s changing sexual orientation.
“The Colbert Report” (Comedy at 11:30) hosts actor Morgan Freeman.
Actor Jonah Hill and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel are on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC at 11:35), with a musical performance from Soundgarden.
Comedians Martin Short and John Oliver come to the “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35), with musical guest Spanish Gold.
Actors Tom Cruise and Alyssa Milano stop by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:35).