“The Magnificent Seven,” 7 p.m., TCM (1960)
Gunmen are hired to rid a town of bandits in this Western version of “The Seven Samurai.” Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen and Charles Bronson are among the stars.
“The Killing,” 8 p.m., AMC (new)
When Sarah goes missing, the investigation reaches fever pitch. Also, Bullet learns a dark secret after making a choice to save Lyric.
“True Blood,” 8 p.m., HBO (new)
Lafayette summons Sookie's dead parents, while Eric and Tara resort to drastic measures.
“Masterpiece Mystery!” 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., PBS (new)
Morse and Thursday look into a series of murders that seem random but perhaps are not.
“Drop Dead Diva,” 8 p.m., Lifetime (new)
Jane and Owen defend a teen accused of cheating on a college entrance test. Also, Jane gets Paul to spy on Stacy.
“Bar Rescue,” 8 p.m., Spike (new)
A North Carolina nightclub has a bad name and a bad look, but the real problem is the low-grade liquor it's serving out of premium bottles.
“The Newsroom,” 9 p.m., HBO (new)
This Aaron Sorkin drama is back for a second season. We open in September 2011, but Will's on-air remark gets him banned from 9/11 anniversary coverage.
“Crossing Lines,” 9 p.m., NBC (new)
When a wealthy teen is taken hostage, Anne Marie notices a connection to a similar case.