The Modern Family Premiere, The Big Brother Finale and More on TV Tonight

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Sep. 24 2014, Published 2:23 p.m. ET

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Whether you'll be enjoying apples and honey for night one of the Jewish New year tonight or not, make sure you fit these five premieres and finales into your evening schedule. You'll be happy you did, promise:

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Survivor. 8pm on CBS. The players arrive in Nicaragua in the season premiere. The twist for this round of Survivor? The contestants are all competing against their friends and family. Ouch.

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Modern Family. 9pm on ABC. The season 6 premiere picks off just as the summer is ending for the family. Mitch and Cam are in post-Honeymoon depression while the Dunphys acclimate to life with Alex again, who was away all summer volunteering. Also: Does Luke have a girlfriend?!


Couples Therapy. 9pm on Vh1. Tensions rise between Nikki (as in Juan Pablo's Nikki) and Dr. Jenn. Well, this is going to get weird.


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Big Brother. 9:30pm on CBS. Find out LIVE on the# BB16 finale who will win the $500k and the winning title. We cannot wait to see the winner's interview with Julie Chen. Best part.

Wahlburgers. 10pm on A&E. Hot pop duo MKTO stop by the shop, leaving the customers with one question—should they be more starstruck by the band or the Wahlburgers?!

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Which shows will you be tuning into tonight? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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