Celebrity Family Feud (7 p.m., Ch. 5): The regular edition of this long-running game show used to be pretty entertaining; the celebrity edition is sort of pointless and annoying. Al Roker hosts as the Ice-T family takes on Joan Rivers' clan, and Raven-Symone and Co. battle Wayne Newton and his family. They're playing for charity, which is nice, but it's not much fun.

America's Got Talent (8 p.m., Ch. 5): The auditions continue.

Frontline/World (8 p.m., Ch. 7): A report titled Jesus in China looks at how Christianity is faring in a country where the government is openly antagonistic toward religion.

Hell's Kitchen (8 p.m., Ch. 13): Chef Ramsay tells the final three contestants they've got to re-create a dish he prepared.

PrimeTime: The Outsiders (9 p.m., Ch. 4): This is a minidocumentary about four Amish teens who are taking part in rumspringa — they're exploring the modern world before committing to the Amish way of life. (And, yes, we saw this on UPN almost four years ago in the reality series Amish in the City. And, before that, in the Cinemax documentary Devil's Playground.)

P.O.V. (9 p.m., Ch. 7): Traces of the Trade: A Story From the Deep North looks at how the slave trade extended into the northern states, not just the South.

BET Awards (9 p.m., BET): D.L. Hughley hosts; Chris Brown, Alicia Keys, Rihanna and Kanye West are among those scheduled to perform. (Taped)

Rescue Me (11 p.m., FX): Don't get all excited, Rescue Me fans. Season 5 of this series won't actually begin until April 2009, 19 months after the end of Season 4. That's partly because of the writers' strike and partly because of scheduling issues at FX. So, to tide us over, we're getting 10 minisodes — 5-minute episodes that will air Tuesdays at 11 p.m. (and on a variety of Web sites). Altogether, that adds up to about one actual episode.

It's not much, but it's better than nothing.

30 Days (11:05 p.m., FX): A woman who's against gay rights lives with a same-sex couple and their children.