“Whitney” 7 p.m., NBC (New, season premiere)
Whitney and Alex celebrate their unofficial wedding day. Lily and Roxanne butt heads when trying to buy the perfect wedding gift for the couple.
“Arrow” 7 p.m., CW (New)
Brazen bank robbers threaten the city, which forces Oliver to examine the scope of his mission and decide whether to stray from his father’s list so he can help others.
“The Middle” 7 p.m., ABC (New)
The Hecks host Marines at their Thanksgiving dinner, which is filled with squabbling from Frankie’s parents. Sue searches for the bandit who snatched part of her mascot costume.
“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” 8 p.m., NBC (New)
A baby is snatched from a playground by a woman who says she is the child’s biological mother. She also claims the father is a powerful legal expert.
“Moonshiners” 8 p.m., Discovery (New, season premiere)
A new lawman in town makes the moonshiners nervous. Hmm, and those cameras following you around and putting your illegal business on TV don’t?
“Modern Family” 8 p.m., ABC (New)
Claire takes Alex to an academic decathlon, giving Luke and Manny time to flirt with some ladies. At home, Phil is planning a guys night that includes a new friend (guest star Matthew Broderick) who may have gotten his wires crossed about Phil’s intentions for the evening.
“Eddie Murphy: One Night Only” 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., SpikeTV (New)
Celebrities, including Chris Rock, Tracy Morgan, Arsenio Hall and Brett Ratner, pay homage to the comedian.
“The Big Sleep” 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., TCM (1946)
A Bogie and Bacall film-noir classic. Humphrey Bogart plays private detective Philip Marlowe, who is hired by a rich family to solve a case. But before he can, he’ll see murder, blackmail and what just might be love.
“CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” 9 p.m., CBS (New)
The CSIs investigate the murder of a reverend at the gravesite of former CSI Warrick Brown.
— Laura King
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