The best of TV this week
How long can Keith Olbermann keep his latest job? Get the office pools going. The irascible anchor returns to ESPN in "Olbermann," a nightly discussion of hot-button sports topics. 11 p.m., ESPN2.
"The March" is a compelling documentary that looks back on the famous 1963 March on Washington for racial equality. The program offers interviews, rare footage and a behind-the-scenes look into the planning of the event, best known for Martin Luther King's stirring "I Have a Dream" speech. 9 p.m., PBS.
On "Only in America With Larry the Cable Guy," our intrepid host visits central Illinois, where two farm boys are making big bucks harvesting deer urine. Only in America, indeed. 9 p.m., History Channel.
Mindy Kaling ("The Mindy Project") drops by "Top Chef Masters" as the chefs create dishes inspired by her favorite romantic comedies. 10 p.m., Bravo.
In the two-hour season finale of "Motive," Flynn and Vega (Kristin Lehman, Louis Ferreira) identify a suspect in the death of an executive's assistant, but there appears to be no motive. Um, so when does "Scandal" return? 8 p.m., ABC.
Poor, poor Los Angeles. First, the city was pulverized by a brutal "Sharknado." Now, it's being invaded by prehistoric creatures in the cheese-fest, "Age of Dinosaurs." 9 p.m., Syfy.
Forget the runway, how are your blogging skills? On "America's Next Top Model," the contestants are forced to act as fashion correspondents in a challenge led by Perez Hilton. 9 p.m., The CW.
"Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited" continues to mark the 50th anniversary of the sci-fi franchise by looking back at the first 11 Time Lords. Tonight, the spotlight is on the eighth Doctor (played by Paul McGann) as he battles the Master. 8 p.m., BBC America.
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