'Cause I'm Free...Freebirthing
Your guide to the week in TV. In Treatment hits the couch, and Freebirthing introduces you to the magic of delivering without an epidural.
In Treatment [9:00 PM, HBO]
The psychotherapy series continues this week when Oliver (Aaron Grady Shaw) vents about his school frustrations and hesitation to break things down with his parents.
Surviving Suburbia [9:30 PM, ABC]
In the second episode of the Bob Saget-Cynthia Stevenson vehicle, Steve (Saget) screws up twice by challenging Courtney's teacher and then sending an inappropriate email. Meanwhile, Henry (Jared Kusnitz) tries to figure out who fathered Rhonda's kids.
Doing Da Vinci [10 PM, Discovery]
Reality series where a team builds working prototypes from da Vinci's found sketches. In this episode, the team attempts to build an armored vehicle.
The Hills [10 PM, MTV]
Second episode of the final season.
Biggest Loser: Couples [8 PM, NBC]
The remaining contestants are made-over by Tim Gunn, Tabatha Coffey and Brandon Martinez while one of the players sustains an injury.
Freebirthing [8 PM, Discovery Health]
An hour-long program devoted to the women who choose to give birth without any drugs, midwife or medical care. Each episode charts the journey's of three pregnant women following this risky craze with disapproving doctor, and sometimes family, commentary.
Cupid [9 PM, ABC]
Another revival of the Jeremy Piven series. Trevor (Bobby Cannavale) tries to set up a teen's liberal mom (Constance Zimmer) with his conservative sperm donor-father (Lee Tergesen). Claire's mother (Julie Hagerty) breaks up with her boyfriend and movies in with Claire.
America's Next Top Model [8 PM, CW]
Tyra reveals the overseas location. Ciara shows up unexpectedly and the contestants join her for a photo shoot.
Kathy Griffin: She'll Cut a Bitch [9 PM, BRAVO]
Kathy Griffin performs in Portland. Sixty-minute special televised for the first time tonight.
The Cougar [10 PM, TV Land]
New 'Bachelor'-style dating show premieres tonight. Hosted by Vivica A. Fox. Stacey, a hot mother of four/successful realtor searches for an energetic, young stud. It promises to redefine the rules of dating.
South Park [10 PM, Comedy Central]
In the Motherhood [8 PM, ABC]
Emily (Jessica St. Clair) and Jason (RonReaco Lee) are concerned that their son has an imaginary friend. Jane (Cheryl Hines) rejoins a kickball league to convince Annie (Charlotte Foley) not to quit her karate class.
Hell's Kitchen [9 PM, Fox]
The remaining contestants must prepare a signature dish that they would serve at Atlantic City's Borgata Casino & Spa if they win.
Parks & Recreation [8:30 PM, NBC]
In the second episode, Leslie (Amy Poehler) is dissatisfied with an article covering her park project.
30 Rock [9:30 PM, NBC]
Liz (Tina Fey) figures out how to spend her time after being suspended from work. Meanwhile, Jack (Alec Baldwin) and Jenna (Jane Krakowski) try to build buzz for Jenna's Janis Joplin movie.
Bathtastic! [9 PM, DIY]
A half hour program covering the master bath renovations.
Extreme Pig Outs [8 PM, Travel]
A spotlight on the country's best places to overindulge. Seriously.
Groomer Has It [9 PM, Animal Planet]
Jai Rodriguez of 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy' judges this reality competition where contestants compete for 'Groomer of the Year' award.
World Strictest Parents [10 PM, CMT]
Two badly misbehaved teenagers, Brittani and Ivan, are sent to live with strict SoCal host parents for a week.
Running in Heels [8 PM, Style]
The interns get a chance to write articles for a sex-advice column. Meanwhile, the staff prepares for a photo shoot.
Bully Beatdown [9:30 PM, MTV]
Mixed martial arts fighter Jason "Mayhem" Miller helps bully-victims seek revenge against their aggressors.
State of the Union [10 PM, Showtime]
Tracey Ullman does some impersonations on the second episode of the series.