Get a glimpse of Sutherland's return
This week's TV picks:
"The Bachelor" 7 p.m., ABC: Bachelor Ben and his 13 suitors visit Park City, Utah. Maybe he'll propose to all of them.
"American Masters" 9 p.m., PBS: Protest singer Phil Ochs gets the documentary treatment as Joan Baez and other folkies offer commentary.
"State of the Union Address" 8 p.m., all broadcast and many cable news networks: Would you like the bad news or the good news first? Bad news? This speech preempts "New Girl." The good news? It also means no new "Celebrity Wife Swap."
"Are You There, Chelsea?" 7:30 p.m., NBC: If you are, grab something stable and hold on tight, because I'm changing the channel so fast you could get whiplash. Oh - you might want to warn "Whitney," too.
"Touch" 8 p.m., Fox (preview; returns regularly March 19): Kiefer Sutherland ("24") returns to series television as a dad whose autistic son can see the future or something.
"Top Chef Texas" 9 p.m., Bravo: Guest judge Cat Cora evaluates block party cuisine.
"Overheard With Evan Smith" 7 p.m., PBS: Evan chats with former "Saturday Night Live" ensemble member (and "superstar!") Molly Shannon.
"Russell Simmons Presents the Ruckus" 9 p.m., Comedy Central: Tonight sees the premiere of this new stand-up series hosted by "Curb Your Enthusiasm's" JB Smoove.
"Bering Sea Gold" 9 p.m., Discovery: There's a gold rush in the glacial waters of Nome, Alaska, as chronicled in this documentary series.
"Great Performances" 9 p.m., PBS: Tony Bennett sings duets with Norah Jones, Willie Nelson, Amy Winehouse, Lady Gaga and others.
"Spartacus: Vengeance" 9 p.m., Starz: This sequel to "Blood and Sand" stars Lucy Lawless and replacement title character Liam McIntyre. ("No … Liam's Spartacus!")
"Austin City Limits" 7 p.m., PBS: Why go out when Florence and the Machine are slated to perform along with Sweden's Lykke Li?
"Figure Skating" 8 p.m., NBC: Athletes compete in the U.S. Championships from San Jose. In a brilliant stroke of counter-programming, ABC is airing Will Ferrell's Olympic skating spoof, "Blades of Glory," at the same time.
"Swamp Volcano" 8 p.m., Syfy: I guess the network's green-lighters ran out of mismatched species to mash up (see "Sharktopus") and switched to geological formations.
"Pro Bowl" 6 p.m., NBC: The AFC tries to get revenge for the NFC's 2011 win as professional football's all-star game is broadcast from Honolulu.
"The Simpsons" 7 p.m., Fox: Moe's bar rag tells its story, from its ostentatious beginnings as a medieval tapestry to present day.
"Screen Actors Guild Awards" 7 p.m., TBS: Mary Tyler Moore receives a lifetime achievement award during the 18th annual celebration.
"Luck" 8 p.m., HBO: Michael Mann directs Dustin Hoffman in David Milch's new drama series about gamblers and the world of horse racing in tonight's premiere.