* More to Love (9/8 CT Fox)
Think of ABC's The Bachelor - only more so. You got it, romance fans: a dating show for the rest of us, at least those of us who think twice before getting into a bathing suit. Bachelor impresario Mike Fleiss is behind the series, and the bachelor who'll be looking for more to love, Luke Conley, did play football - on the offensive line - before going into real estate. And according to the 2005 Allan Hancock College Bulldogs 2005 roster, he tipped the scales at 270 lbs. Plus-size model Emme is the host.
* Deadliest Catch (9/8 CT Discovery Channel)
If people want to create an artificial reef, they'll take a decommissioned boat to the desired location and sink it with explosives. Obviously, an arctic storm and some jagged rocks can do the job just as well. The end of the 2009 Opilio-crab season turns busy for the Coast Guard and truly harrowing for four fishermen, whose ship has set a course for Davy Jones' locker.
What's worse than conducting a science experiment that kills one of your students? Waking up to find yourself handcuffed by your dead student's sister. A skeleton in Artie's closet turns out to be much more than a mistake from his past, and he will need a special compass from the warehouse to find his way out of this mess.
The Emmys know drama: Holly Hunter was recognized this month with a nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress for her consistently potent work as a hard-living top cop on an odd odyssey of spirituality. Tonight her Grace Hanadarko investigates the shooting death of a 99-year-old man - an act possibly modeled after a crime committed in Tulsa years earlier. Meanwhile, private lives and loves take a hit when Grace chances upon Rhetta's husband in a compromising situation; and Bobby sets out to reconnect with his father (Wes Studi).