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Critic’s corner: Oct. 26

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20/20: All Access Nashville With Katie Couric 9 p.m., Channel 5

Katie Couric goes country in this special that finds her chatting with some of the stars making noise out of Music City. They range from superstar Taylor Swift (in the midst of the media blitz for her new album “Red”) to current Billboard No. 1 album holder Jason Aldean (who recently announced he would play Fenway Park next summer). She also chats with LeAnn Rimes, who has become a tabloid fixture in recent years and discusses her treatment for anxiety. Also visiting with Couric and correspondents in the special are Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, and Luke Bryan. Pictured: Couric (left) with Swift.

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Mockingbird Lane 8 p.m., Channel 7

What was once planned as a dramedy reboot of “The Munsters” has now become a “Halloween Event!” for the peacock network. As tired as remakes are as a concept, this one has an interesting pedigree, including a fun/quirky cast (Portia de Rossi as Lily, Eddie Izzard as Grandpa, and Jerry O’Connell as Herman Munster), and respected creative folks, including executive producers Bryan Fuller (“Pushing Daisies”) and Bryan Singer (“The Usual Suspects” and the “X-Men” franchise).

Shark Tank 8 p.m., Channel 5

An entrepreneur tries to give the sharks the slip.

Fringe 9 p.m., Channel 25

Broyles is back. Yay?

Pauly Shore’s Pauly-tics 9 p.m., Showtime

Because what the world needs now is the Weez interviewing Herman Cain and Ralph Nader.

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