Speed skater Apolo Ohno has proved his skills both at the Olympics and on “Dancing With the Stars.” Now he tries his hand as game-show host on “Minute to Win It” (7 p.m., GSN), which moves from NBC to GSN. Contestants participate in daunting challenges involving everyday household items. I’ve seen this game before. It was called “Raising a Family.”

Back on the beat

“Rizzoli & Isles” (8 p.m., TNT), the Laverne & Shirley of procedurals, returns for another season of bickering and catching bad guys. It’s also time for a new round of “Perception” (9 p.m., TNT), the series that asks: What if that guy from “A Beautiful Mind” tried to solve crimes?

Something wild

Nick Cannon, who seems to be everywhere that Ryan Seacrest can’t get to, pops up on “Wild ’N Out Wildest Moments” (10 p.m., MTV2), in which the affable host and his friends count down the top 10 “Wild ’N Out” segments in the show’s history. I think it’s safe to assume it won’t involve wife Mariah Carey’s recent wardrobe malfunction on “Good Morning, America.”

Neal Justin