Homeland writer/director Gideon Raff unveils his Middle East focused drama, Tyrant on FX. Something new for American audiences (which could be a hindrance to Middle America), the story is set in a fictional Arab country which sees the return of one of it’s children twenty years after he and his family fled to America. Two decades has brought little change to a violent land ruled by his uncle and torn apart by war. Honoring his family by attending his nephew’s wedding, he fears reconnecting with the blood ties that were left behind for good. Directed by Harry Potter’s David Yates, the cast includes Weed’s Justin Kirk, Star Trek: First Contact’s Alice Krige, Crossing Jordan’s Jennifer Finnigan, Hawthorne’s Adam Rayner and The Fosters' Anne Winters.
Lifetime debuts a new reality series, Abby's Studio Rescue, with Abby Lee Miller, star of Dance Moms. She’ll be coming to the rescue of dance studio’s that are struggling and close to shutting down for good. The best part is the reaction of students and parents when they see Abby walk into the room.
A new reality series about the lives of a group of female Little People, Little Women: L.A., also debuts on Lifetime.
New season of Sullivan & Son begins on TBS. If you’ve yet to catch it, you'll find more consistent laughs than many prime time network sitcoms. Tonight’s episode brings the return of Ken Jeong, star of Community and The Hangover franchise.
Finally, E! unveils Botched, which is sure to be a new guilty pleasure for many. This reality show features renowned doctors Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow as they work to repair some of the worst plastic surgeries ever seen. Including a woman who’s breast implants have begun to merge together causing her to refer to her chest as “Uniboob.”