DON'T MISS: "SUITS" - The offbeat legal series returns for its third season with a shift in the dynamics at the firm after cutthroat counselor Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) used some assistance from Mike (Patrick J. Adams) to secure a merger with a top British group. Now Mike scrambles to mend fences with a furious Harvey (Gabriel Macht), while dealing with the fallout from his confession to Rachel (Meghan Markle). 10:01 p.m. Tuesday, USA.
Other good bets
TONIGHT: The final season of "Dexter" continues as our troubled serial killer (Michael C. Hall) searches for the Brain Surgeon. Meanwhile, Vogel (Charlotte Rampling) tries to convince Dexter that being a psychopath is perfectly OK. Good luck with that. 9, Showtime.
TONIGHT: Brace yourself for more gale-force blasts of Aaron Sorkin banter. Yes, "The Newsroom" is back for Season 2, with its noble, idealistic - and very verbose - band of TV journalists. Just try your best to keep up. 10 p.m., HBO.
MONDAY: As if life "Under the Dome" wasn't already brutal enough. Now Chester's Mill is being hit with an outbreak of meningitis and the medical supplies are dwindling. 9 p.m., CBS.
TUESDAY: Remember "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles return in a reboot of the improvisational comedy series, now hosted by the hilarious Aisha Tyler. 7 p.m., The CW.
TUESDAY: The spy drama "Covert Affairs" opens another season of dangerous missions. But first, let's see if that long-awaited smooch between Annie (Piper Perabo) and Auggie (Christopher Gorham) leads to anything more serious. 9 p.m., USA.
WEDNESDAY: Jon Hamm ("Mad Men") hosts the "2013 Espy Awards, honoring achievement in athletics. Robin Roberts, the former "SportsCenter" anchor now seen on "Good Morning America," is this year's recipient of the Arthur Ashe Award for courage. 6 p.m., ESPN.
THURSDAY: The reality series "Intervention" comes to a close after 13 seasons with the sad story of Eric. He's a 31-year-old known for his funny, generous spirit before he fell into the grip of addiction. 9 p.m., A&E.
FRIDAY: "Teen Beach Movie" is a far-out tale about what happens to surfing sweethearts Brady and McKenzie (Ross Lynch, Maia Mitchell) when they crash under a wave and get swept into a movie musical called "Wet Side Story." Yeah, don't overthink this one. 8 p.m., Disney Channel.
SATURDAY: Ready for some wholesome TV? Andie MacDowell stars as a small-town judge in "Debbie Macomber's Cedar Grove," a new series the actress calls "a modern-day 'Andy Griffith Show.' " 8 p.m., Hallmark Channel.