Here are selected primetime highlights (Note-Final episode of Medium)
8 P.M. (WCBS) MEDIUM After seven seasons and a move from one network to another, this series ends with Allison (Patricia Arquette) and Joe (Jake Weber) being pulled in different directions — and their family forever changed — when she becomes a lawyer, and he starts a new job.
8 P.M. (WNYW Fox) KITCHEN NIGHTMARES Gordon Ramsay returns for a third season of bringing back restaurants from the dead — and bullying staff members in the process — starting with the Spanish Pavilion in Harrison, N.J., a family-owned establishment whose squabbling proprietors, undercooked food and stale atmosphere remind him of a bad marriage.
8 P.M. (WABC) SUPERNANNY Jo Frost heads to Florida, where a stay-at-home mother is overwhelmed by trying to care for her year-old daughter while her two misbehaving sons, ages 3 and 4, kick, slap, pinch and emit blood-curdling screams. And she even used to teach others how to be a parent.
8:30 P.M. (WNET 13) NEED TO KNOW Maria Hinojosa reports from Indianapolis on the challenges parents face in obtaining services for children with developmental disabilities now entering adulthood at a time when state budgets are being cut. Another segment examines at the debate over “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother,” Amy Chua’s recent book on parenthood the Chinese way, and question whether it is evidence of a larger American fear of Chinese dominance; Jon Meacham and Alison Stewart discuss political relations between the United States and China. Also, a look at what happened to the dogs once owned by the N.F.L. quarterback Michael Vick, who pleaded guilty to federal dog-fighting conspiracy charges in 2007 and served 21 months in prison.
9 P.M. (WNYW Fox) FRINGE An Observer contacts the team about reversing a critical error. Meanwhile Walter (John Noble) meets Roscoe Joyce (Christopher Lloyd), the keyboardist for his favorite band from the 1970s, and discovers some strange parallels in their lives.
9 P.M. (BBC America) LAW & ORDER: UK Are some criminals beyond rehabilitation? That’s the question facing Senior Crown Prosecutor James Steel (Ben Daniels) as he pursues a convicted serial rapist whom he believes to be guilty of further offenses after his recent release from prison. Now it’s up to the jury to determine whether an innocent man is being unduly persecuted.
10 P.M. (HBO) REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER Rachel Maddow, the MSNBC host; Stephen Moore, senior economics writer for The Wall Street Journal editorial page and a commentator on economics for CNBC; and David Stockman, the former director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Ronald Reagan, are seated at the round table. Michael Hastings, a contributing editor at Rolling Stone magazine, and the music entrepreneur Russell Simmons are guests.