Looks like Jersey's got a few Hell's Angels of its own.
Big Brother (8 p.m., CBS): It must be summer again, because Big Brother is back! Julie Chen hosts the premiere of Big Brother 11, during which the twelve new Housemates will meet each other for the first time and move into the Big Brother house. They'll also be divided up right away into high school-esque cliques -- popular, athletic, nerdy and weird -- to compete in the first challenge and get the drama going. Will Russell the Lovemuscle prevail? Or Michele the Ph.D? Or Ronnie the videogamer? You'll have to wait until September to find out.
Burn Notice (9 p.m., USA): Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) used to be a covert operative, but he got burned. The show chronicles his life after the burn notice -- and he's still trying to figure out who burned him. Burn Notice, which also stars Gabrielle Anwar and Moon Bloodgood, is now in its third season. In the fifth episode, "Signals and Codes," Westen thwarts an executive's plan to release top secret information that could endanger other spies.
Gangland (9 p.m., HIST): This week's installment, "The Death Head," discusses America's favorite two-wheeled hoodlums: The Hells Angels. You know you love them for their matching leather jackets and gypsy-like lifestyle, but you hate them for what they did at Altamont, even if you weren't born yet. The Angels live a glamorous and gritty life out on the road -- and their history is just plain fascinating.
Soundstage (10 p.m., PBS): Who needs Madison Square Garden when you've got Soundstage? The PBS summer series has delivered a superb lineup of summer concerts; artists like B.B. King and Jackson Browne have already played shows. This week, Death Cab for Cutie takes the stage to play songs from their new EP The Open Door and their 2008 release Narrow Stairs, along with inevitable renditions of "Soul Meets Body" and other Seth Cohen favorites. If you like what you see on the small screen, you may be able to catch them in person later this summer: They're on tour!
The Real Housewives of New Jersey (11 p.m., BRAVO): Wonder what happens behind (or between) the scenes? "The Lost Footage," a special presentation, gives us some more information about the first season of perms, pedicures and platinum jewelry. We're hoping for a few more bitch slaps and cat fights between Caroline, Dina, Jacqueline, Teresa and Danielle -- but who knows what'll happen?
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (12:35 a.m., CBS): In addition to providing further clarification that he is not dead, actor Jeff Goldblum will talk to Craig Ferguson about his new role on Law & Order: Criminal Intent and his involvement in Broadway: The Next Generation. Ferguson's other guest? Jackie Collins.