Jerry O'Connell in "We Are Men" on CBS.

A custody battle over a pet dog on "We Are Men" on CBS. With Jerry O'Connell. (Sonja Flemming / CBS / August 12, 2013)

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How I Met Your Mother After discovering that Ted (Josh Radnor) still has feelings for Robin (Cobie Smulders), Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) tries to work through his anger. Tim Gunn guest stars as himself in this new episode. 8 p.m. CBS

Hart of Dixie Zoe (Rachel Bilson) has spent the summer in New York and is ready to stay there, but she has some loose ends to tie up in BlueBell, where only Lavon (Cress Williams) is happy to see her in the season premiere. 8 p.m. KTLA

We Are Men After Stuart's (Jerry O'Connell) ex-wife offers to settle their divorce if he'll let her keep the dog, Stuart asks Frank, Gil and Carter (Tony Shalhoub, Kal Penn, Chris Smith) to help him snatch his pet in this new episode. 8:30 p.m. CBS

Beauty and the Beast Vincent and Catherine (Jay Ryan, Kristin Kreuk) are reunited three months after his abduction, but he's changed. Nina Lisandrello also stars in the season premiere. 9 p.m. KTLA

POV Katie Dellamaggiore's documentary "Brooklyn Castle" spotlights the chess team at a junior high school in Brooklyn that has won more than 30 national titles. Five students are featured, including 13-year-old Rochelle Ballantyne, who could become the first African-American female chess master in the game's history. 10 p.m. KOCE

Dream School Fifteen high school drop outs receive a chance to get back into the education system in this new unscripted series. In the premiere, 50 Cent and David Arquette introduce the kids to their new school. 10 p.m. Sundance

The Blacklist In this new episode, the FBI searches for a high-ranking Chinese spy known (Chin Han), who has hired Red (James Spader). 10 p.m. NBC


Valentine Road In this new documentary, filmmaker Marta Cunningham revisits the case of 15-year-old Lawrence "Larry" King, a 15-year-old eighth-grader who had begun exploring his gender identity when he was fatally shot by classmate Brandon McInerney in 2008. 9 p.m. HBO

CBS This Morning Kenny Rogers. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS