DON'T MISS: "THE BRIDGE" - This superlative new drama series stars Diane Kruger and Demian Bichir as police detectives working opposite sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. When a woman's body is discovered on the span that connects the two countries, they must work together on a case that quickly grows in complexity and plunges viewers into a fascinating exploration of cultural differences, class issues and border tensions. This is a summer TV must-see. 10 p.m. Wednesday, FX.
OTHER GOOD BETS
TONIGHT: Shaun Evans returns as a young Inspector Morse in four new "Masterpiece Mystery!" installments of "Endeavour." First up is a case linked to the sudden death of an attractive young secretarial student. 8, PBS.
TONIGHT: Let the "Food Court Wars" begin. It's a delicious new series that pits two pairs of aspiring restaurateurs against each other, with the winning duo earning its own eatery, rent-free for one year. 10, Food Network.
MONDAY: "Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls" is a new reality series that has the famed adventurer putting contestants through a rugged wilderness challenge in New Zealand. Fortunately, we can watch in cushy comfort from our couches. 8 p.m., NBC.
TUESDAY: On "Two American Families," the latest from "Frontline," Bill Moyers tells the story of two families in Milwaukee struggling to avoid sliding into poverty. The program raises provocative questions about the changing nature of the U.S. economy and the fate of a declining middle class. 10 p.m., PBS.
TUESDAY: A new season of "Storage Wars New York" kicks off with an episode that has the buyers heading to Trenton, N.J. Chris and Tad find some fireworks there, but wind up getting no bang for their buck. 9 p.m., A&E.
WEDNESDAY: In the comic-drama "Camp," Rachel Griffiths stars as a recently divorced woman struggling to keep a cash-strapped family summer camp afloat. High jinks and hilarity supposedly ensue. 9:01 p.m., NBC.
THURSDAY: Jane Lynch is our host for "Hollywood Game Night." It's a new series that has civilian contestants combining with celebrities like Matthew Perry and Lisa Kudrow in a spirited round of pop culture-inspired party games. 9 p.m., NBC.
FRIDAY: On "Magic City," Ike considers a risky deal with mob boss Sy Berman (James Caan). And if TV has taught us anything, it's that risky deals with mobsters usually don't turn out so well. 9 p.m., Starz.
FRIDAY: More absurdity is coming our way on Season 2 of "Comedy Bang! Bang!" 10 p.m., IFC.
SATURDAY MORNING: Bad guys (and gals) better watch out. "Beware the Batman" is a stylish new computer-animated series that has the DC Comics superhero returning in fine form to kick butt and do good. 10, Cartoon Network.