Television highlights this week include:
"See Dad Run" (6 p.m., Nickelodeon). Former "Happy Days" star Scott Baio returns to weekly sitcoms as a former TV star who quits the glamorous life to be a stay-at-home dad.
"Comic Book Men" (9:30 p.m., AMC). Returning for a second season, Kevin Smith's gang of nerds hangs out around the neighborhood comic-book shop for reality-show cameras and talks about such pressing issues as the number of stars on Wonder Woman's costume.
"Dancing with the Stars" (7 p.m., KTVX Channel 4). The stars and their pros pick out which dances their competitors must perform.
"My Shopping Addiction" (Midnight, Oxygen). A new season launches for this unscripted series about young people who can't spend enough -- and end up paying the cost.
"The Men Who Built America" (10 p.m., History). Modern-day American figures such as Mark Cuban, Alan Greenspan and Charles Schwab are profiled.
"Underemployed" (11 p.m., MTV). At least the recession is working in someone's favor: Five friends in Chicago struggling to make ends meet play out their stories for reality TV.
"World Without End" (6 p.m., Reelz Channel). Cynthia Nixon and Miranda Richardson star in this two-part medieval miniseries and sequel, set 200 years later, to the epic "The Pillars of the Earth."
"The Will: Family Secrets Revealed" (7 p.m., Investigation Discovery). When the famous depart this life, their families and friends get caught up in a battle for the estates.
"Nikita" (8 p.m., CW). Maggie Q is back for a new season of flips, jabs and fighting for the forces of good -- at least, good enough.
"Hunted" (8 p.m., Cinemax). Melissa George headlines this espionage tale from "X-Files" writer-producer Frank Spotnitz about a woman with memory loss who's trying to piece her life back together.
"The Girl" (10 p.m., HBO). Based on her own story, this film centers on Alfred Hitchcock's obsession with Tippi Hedren ("The Birds"). Sienna Miller plays Hedren.