Lance Armstrong gets scrutinized, the Amish go wild and BET honors Halle Berry.
Here’s what to watch and what to avoid on television this week:
:“Independent Lens” 10 p.m., PBS: Lindsay Wagner and Lynda Carter are among those who examine how fictional female crime fighters have mirrored society’s attitudes toward women.
:“In Performance at the White House: Memphis Soul” 8 p.m., PBS: Alabama Shakes and Mavis Staples join other artists in celebration of the iconic ’60s sound.
“Deadliest Catch” 9 p.m., Discovery: Season 9 raises anchor tonight.
“Awkward” 10 p.m., MTV: The bell rings for the start of Season 3 as Jenna is challenged by a demanding writing instructor played by “The Breakfast Club’s” Anthony Michael Hall.
:“Who Gets the Last Laugh” 10 p.m., TBS: Comedians engage in prank challenges in this new hidden camera contest. Eight words: “From the mind of executive producer Ashton Kutcher.”
:“Suburgatory” 8 p.m., ABC: Back-to-back episodes close out the second season tonight.
“Restaurant Impossible” 9 p.m., Food: Something’s fishy at the top of Season 6.
:“Breaking Amish” 8 p.m., Discovery Fit: The new reality series’ subjects land in the Big Apple and, I don’t know, probably start a fire with sticks and bake a delicious pie out of it.
“Which Way Is the Front Line From Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington” 8 p.m., HBO: Author Sebastian Junger (“The Perfect Storm”) directs a compelling and moving tribute to his friend, a war journalist killed in Libya.
“Gigolos” 11 p.m., Showtime: Season 4 of the male escort (messcort?) reality series begins tonight.
:“Chasing Ice” 8 p.m., Nat Geo: Say all you want about climate change — if the glaciers in these time-lapse photos get any smaller, we’re going to be picking them up with tongs and dropping them into our Scotch.