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New drama "L.A. Complex" centers around Hollywood hopefuls living in an apartment-style hotel.




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“The Way We Were” 7 p.m. to 9:15 p.m., TCM (1973)

Barbra Sreisand and Robert Redford star in this drama about two people in a romantic relationship who are driven apart by their political views and convictions. Sydney Pollack directs.

“The Biggest Loser” 7 p.m., NBC (New)

The eliminated contestants return to fight for a spot in the final.

“Glee” 7 p.m., Fox (New)

The late Whitney Houston gets the “Glee” treatment tonight when cast members perform some of her greatest hits. Emma and Will take one step closer to getting married.

“Last Man Standing” 7 p.m., ABC (New)

Mandy is thrilled by the opportunity to meet Kim Kardashian. Apparently Mandy is easily impressed. Meanwhile, Mike fights city hall when he's ordered to remove a damaged tree on his lawn.

“Cougar Town” 7:30 p.m., ABC (New)

Jules and Grayson aren't quite ready to give up their financial independence even though they will soon be married.

“Million Dollar Rooms” 7:30 p.m., HGTV (New, series premiere)

Pretty soon this network is going to be called Voyeur TV if it keeps featuring out-of-this-world homes and real estate.

“Dancing With the Stars” 8 p.m., ABC (New, live)

Another week, another “heartbroken” celebrity leaves the ballroom.

“The L.A. Complex” 8 p.m., CW (New, series premiere)

Hollywood hopefuls seek stardom and live in an apartment-style motel in this new dramatic series.

“Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files” 8 p.m., Syfy (New)

The investigators visit California's Bodega Bay, where a mysterious object has been reported.

“New Girl” 8 p.m., Fox (New)

Cece is still hiding her true feelings for Schmidt, so she encourages him to date one of her roommates.

“Private Practice” 9 p.m., ABC (New)

Pete and Violet enter marriage counseling while Amelia shuts down emotionally after receiving devastating news.

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