“Cycling High: Doping to Win” 6 p.m., National Geographic (new)
Lance Armstrong was one of the world's most renowned athletes. But a scandal dethroned the king of cycling. This documentary takes a close look at the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's report on the now infamous cyclist.
“Lovestruck: The Musical” 7 p.m., ABC Family (new)
Harper's daughter is about to give up on her very successful dancing career to marry a not-so-awesome guy. When Harper accidentally drinks an elixir that makes her 30 years younger, she thinks she may have a chance to change her daughter's mind.
“The Good Wife” 8 p.m., CBS (new)
Defense attorney Alicia takes on a case as a favor to her mother. However, it's causing a lot of trouble for her firm. Her husband, Peter, struggles to save their marriage by asking Alicia to renew their vows.
“The Karate Kid” 8 p.m., Nickelodeon (1984)
Daniel moves to a new town and is bullied by the other kids at school. Then he meets Mr. Miyagi, who promises to teach him karate.
“The Celebrity Apprentice” 8 p.m., NBC (new)
Bret Michaels comes back to judge the teams as they create a travel expo. Contestants Lil Jon, Gary Busey and Trace Adkins are still in the running.
“What Would Ryan Lochte Do?” 9 p.m., E! (new)
Follow Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte through his daily life. Just like everyone else, the athlete has his own reality series, which premieres tonight.
“Mad Men” 9 p.m., AMC (new)
This season of “Mad Men,” all of the partners are struggling with some turbulence in their personal lives. Tonight, they must deal with it and persevere to work on a secret campaign.
— Andrea Kszystyniak
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