“Batman Begins,” 7 p.m., ABC Family (2005)
Follow Batman's story from the beginning in this film that explains the origin of the superhero.
“American Idol,” 7 p.m., FOX (live)
For the first time in “Idol” history, there are only women in the final four. Candice, Kree, Amber and Angie sing their hearts out for a spot in the top three.
“Law and Order: Special Victims Unit,” 8 p.m., NBC (new)
A young woman is raped on campus, and the college is uninterested in helping the unit with the investigation. The team begins to look into the history of sexual assault at the school.
“Supernatural,” 8 p.m., CW (new)
Sam is physically exhausted and needs to take a break from hunting. Dean gets an extra hand when he teaches a nerdy hacker some new skills.
“Best Ink,” 9 p.m., Oxygen (new)
Host Pete Wentz, above, helps the contestants with several music-themed challenges. The tattoo artists must design guitars and then create tattoos for music lovers.
“Breakout,” 9 p.m., National Geographic Channel (new)
The series returns for its second season with a jailbreak that allows prisoners to escape from the Mississippi State Penitentiary.
“My Crazy Obsession,” 9 p.m., TLC (new)
A man obsessed with mustard says the condiment spoke to him at the grocery store and said he should begin collecting all different kinds of it. Now he owns the world's largest mustard collection.
— Andrea Kszystyniak
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