TONIGHT: We've got the People's Choice Awards and the season premiere of Toddlers & Tiaras, plus new episodes of Human Target, Live to Dance, Minute to Win It, Modern Family, Law & Order: SVU, Top Chef: All-Stars, and much more!

8:00 PM

Human Target A rift develops between Ilsa and Chance when his former girlfriend (Leonor Varela) implores him to rescue a colleague who was kidnapped by a South American despot. Meanwhile, an inept private eye (Tony Hale) may have blown his last case unless Winston, Guerrero and Ames can save him. (FOX)
Minute to Win It A pair of bartenders play the games, including the Baby Rattle challenge (NBC)
Live to Dance Additional acts audition and viewers vote on who will be the 18th act to round out the cast of competitors. (CBS)
The Middle Frankie and Mike try to regain control of the Heck family household, but Axl, Sue and Brick won't take this regime change lying down. (ABC)

8:30 PM

Better with You Mia is bent out of shape when Ben accidentally rips her favorite pair of jeans, so she wrangles him to the store for a new pair, where he must give her the skinny—-being pregnant is going to necessitate a move up in size. Meanwhile, Joel feels the need to shape up after learning he is not at the top of the chart in Vicky and her girlfriends' fantasy-husband-draft Web site. Later, Maddie tries to prove to Casey that the U.S. Postal Service is a first-class operation. (ABC)

9:00 PM

People's Choice Awards Queen Latifah hosts the 37th annual gala that recognizes fan favorites in movies, TV and music, held at L.A.'s Nokia Theatre. Categories include Favorite Male Actor (Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Downey Jr., Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner); Favorite Movie Actress (Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Katherine Heigl, Kristen Stewart); and Favorite Rock Band (Daughtry, Linkin Park, Maroon 5, Nickelback, Paramore). (CBS)
Law & Order: SVU A young boy is found beaten to death, and the case leads detectives to uncover a gambling ring as well as evidence of a wife (Drea de Matteo) being abused; the investigation of an attack on a woman (Taryn Manning) left unconscious reveals her buried past resurfaces. (NBC)
Modern Family Claire goes on a crusade to put the brakes on a car that speeds through their neighborhood; Jay give bike-riding lessons to Manny and Gloria; Cameron and Mitchell are bewitched by a mysterious neighbor (James Marsden); Phil pursues a tough real-estate deal. (ABC)

9:30 PM

Cougar Town Jules begins to have doubts about her relationship with Grayson when she finds they're not on the same empathetic wavelength. Meanwhile, Ellie thinks Andy takes a joke too far; and Bobby has trouble with his golf game. (ABC)
My Strange Addiction A woman is allergic to cats, but she has more than 20 of them; a ventriloquist can't leave home without her puppets. (TLC)

10:00 PM

I Used to Be Fat A teen who was homeschooled wants to lose weight before starting college. (MTV)
Toddlers & Tiaras Young contestants at the Universal Royalty Pageant in Texas are profiled in the Season 2 opener. TLC)
Top Chef: All Stars In a series first, head judge Tom Colicchio enters the competition, challenging the chefs to beat his time in creating a dish. Then, the meal masters head to Chinatown to serve up dim sum for locals. (Bravo)

Who's on the Late Night Couches Tonight?

ConanKourtney, Kim & Khloe Kardashian, Kevin Nealon, Deerhunter (TBS, Repeat)
The Daily Show: Jimmy Wales (Comedy Central)
The Colbert Report: Atul Gawande (Comedy Central)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Simon Baker, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Lloyd Banks (ABC)
Lopez Tonight: Denzel Washington, Hilary Duff, Russell Peters (TBS, Repeat)
Chelsea Lately Kevin Spacey, Chris Franjola, Whitney Cummings, Michael Yo (E!)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Jamie Foxx, Leighton Meester (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Tim McGraw, Emmy Rossum, the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger (NBC)
Last Call with Carson Daly Kristen Schaal, B.o.B., Chef Wolvesmouth, the Walkmen (NBC, repeat)
Late Show with David Letterman: Jennifer Connelly, Dr. Mehmet Oz, Justin Townes Earle (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Henry Winkler, Paula Deen (CBS)