By Mike Hughes
Gannett News Service
"What Not to Wear," 10 p.m., TLC. This is one of the best of the makeover shows. It has witty fashion experts (Stacy London and Clinton Kelly) and a mixture of warmth and tough love. Last week's season-opener targeted a woman who dresses brazenly. Tonight's is the opposite. Oretha Winston, 32, is a record-company executive with a short, stocky body, a cute face and a zestful personality. Friends and family say she's clueless about fashion. At church, she dresses like someone's grandmother; at work, she's into oversized rock T-shirts. Even her mom considers her a blend of Ma Kettle and Motley Crue. A fun transformation is coming.
"At Home With the Braithwaites," premiere, 2 and 8 p.m., BBC America. This series introduces us to a family with secrets. The dad and two of the daughters have their own secret romances with others. And the mom? She won't tell anyone that she's just won $60 million in the lottery.
"The Bernie Mac Show," 7 p.m., Fox. This rerun pretends that Bernie and Chris Rock have had a long feud; now they're on Jay Leno's show together.
"While You Were Out," 9 p.m., TLC. To celebrate the start of the pro football season, this hour focuses on Washington Redskins linebacker LaVar Arrington. He has bought a house for his older brother, Michael. Now, even as a tornado nears, he wants one of the rooms redesigned.
"20/20," 9 p.m., ABC. Tentatively scheduled is Barbara Walters' interview with former child star Macaulay Culkin.