All for one

Anyone looking for Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. to rip off their Mr. Nice Guy masks and go at it will be deeply disappointed by the season premiere of "American Idol." Throughout auditions in Atlanta and Denver, the judges, who include Jennifer Lopez, don't disagree on a single contestant. That kind of loyalty is great if you're a Three Musketeer, but in the House That Simon Built, it's downright annoying. As for the singing? Early signs indicate that this final season should feature some of the show's strongest voices in years. 7 p.m., KMSP, Ch. 9

Right, said Fred

From a financial standpoint, "My Three Sons" was the best thing that happened to Fred MacMurray; the sitcom helped make him one of the richest men in Hollywood. But small-screen success overshadowed his contributions to feature film, which included layered performances in "Double Indemnity" and "The Caine Mutiny." TCM pays tribute to the underrated actor every Wednesday this month, starting with 1937's "True Confession," in which he shared the screen with Carole Lombard. 7 p.m., TCM

Sweet Melissa

This sixth season of "Mike & Molly" will also be its last, news that probably didn't cause Melissa McCarthy to lose any sleep. With her movie career in high gear, this remarkably tame/lame sitcom must seem like a distraction. Still, the "Spy" star doesn't show any signs of coasting, generating the premiere's only laughs by poking gentle fun at the soothing stylings of National Public Radio. 7:30 p.m., WCCO, Ch. 4

Neal Justin