"Prison Break" (8 p.m., Fox): Want to watch another kind of dangerous work that's safely fictional? Catch the escapees of "Prison Break," who, since the Fox drama's premiere last season, have labored
"Prison Break" (8 p.m., Fox): Want to watch another kind of dangerous work that's safely fictional? Catch the escapees of "Prison Break," who, since the Fox drama's premiere last season, have labored mightily to bust out of jail and stay free. Now, after a two-month hiatus, their saga resumes for this season's final nine episodes. When last seen, brothers Michael (Wentworth Miller) and Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) had been recaptured and were being returned to Fox River State Penitentiary. But then FBI agent Paul Kellerman shot fellow agent Alex Mahone and vowed to help the brothers take down President Caroline Reynolds, who is responsible for the conspiracy that originally landed Michael and Lincoln in prison. What will happen to them, as well as their fellow escapees?
"Heroes" (9 p.m., NBC): The "Heroes" worship resumes tonight when the buzz-laden series returns with an episode that has Nathan, desperate to save Peter, who has been comatose for two weeks. Meanwhile, Hiro thinks he's found the sword he needs to restore his powers, and a new hero (Christopher Eccleston) makes a stunning debut.
"Digging for the Truth" (9 p.m., History Channel): The series returns with an episode on the search for Atlantis.
"Boulevard of Broken Dreams" (10:30 p.m., E!): Like many of the rest of us, Hollywood stars face struggles with dangerous lifestyles and problems that jolt their careers off course. This eight-part documentary series traces the hard falls experienced by such headliners as supermodel Niki Taylor, child star Jonathan Brandis and James Frey, whose memoir was found to be packed with falsehoods.