During a business trip to her hometown, where she's been sent to sell the locals on a new store, a workaholic retail executive (Jennie Garth) has an accident and wakes up in an alternate universe -- married to her childhood sweetheart (Cameron Mathison). Mary Kay Place also stars in this new holiday romance.
The Amazing Race
In the season finale, the four remaining teams are in Tokyo, where they must take part in some bizarre stunts, including rolling through a human bowling competition. The three teams that survive that round then head for the finish line in Alaska, where one will claim the $1 million prize. Phil Keoghan hosts "Amazing 'Crazy' Race."
When Principal Skinner gives all the students a clean slate, Bart tries to stay out of trouble in hopes of keeping it that way and earning a submarine ride that's been promised to the best-behaved kids. Lisa suggests a way for the cash-strapped Krusty to make some money in the new episode "Yellow Subterfuge."
A battle for the top spot in the NFC South and a first-round bye in the playoffs goes down tonight at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, where Drew Brees and the homestanding New Orleans Saints get their first look of 2013 at Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. Brees and the Saints' high-powered air attack will certainly test a Panthers pass defense that ranks as one of the NFL's best. The Saints' defenders are no slouches either, as Newton and company will likely find out.
Bob becomes the substitute home economics teacher at Tina's school and turns the classroom into a restaurant. Tina is thrilled at first, but the arrangement soon causes friction between the father and daughter. Linda is left running Bob's Burgers by herself when Gene and Louise go to work for the classroom restaurant in the new episode "Bob and Deliver."
With the wedding date drawing nearer, Emily (Emily VanCamp), makes the final preparations for her ultimate takedown, but the more tightly she holds the Graysons in her grasp, the more they seem to slip through her fingers in the new episode "Surrender." Madeleine Stowe and Henry Czerny also star.
Peter and Quagmire are making beautiful music together -- and we mean that literally -- in this new episode. They discover that their singing voices sound great together, so they start writing songs and performing as a duo. Things begin to unravel when Peter lets their new fame go to his head in "Into Harmony's Way." Conan O'Brien guest stars, voicing his own cartoon likeness.
Bonnie & Clyde
Holliday Grainger ("The Borgias") and Emile Hirsch ("Into the Wild") play the fabled Depression-era bank robbers in this new two-part docudrama, airing over two nights on three cable outlets. Elizabeth Reaser plays reporter P.J. Kane, whose stories about the couple perpetuated their public image as folk heroes. Holly Hunter and William Hurt also star.
When Hayley finds out that Steve has a knack for creating realistic fake IDs, she sees an opportunity to get in with the popular kids and suggests they go into business together. As their enterprise expands, however, they find themselves up against a rival fake ID kingpin, who's really Roger in disguise, in the new episode "Faking Bad."
As he did last year in his first "Holiday: Impossible," Robert puts his restaurant makeover skills to work in a disaster area. Last year, it was Joplin, Mo., site of a deadly tornado. This time, it's the Jersey Shore, where he helps a pancake house and a fire department that suffered losses in Hurricane Sandy in the new episode "Holiday: Impossible 2."
The FBI is on his tail, but that doesn't stop Jack (Stuart Townsend) from whisking Sara (Hannah Ware) away on a romantic trip. Brandy's death and his inability to fit in at Karsten Allied drive T.J. (Henry Thomas) to behave recklessly. Karsten (James Cromwell) forges an unexpected alliance in an effort to settle the score with Jack in the new episode "This Road Isn't Even on the Map..."
Dude, You're Screwed
This new series puts a twist on the "Man vs. Wild"-style wilderness survival genre. Five survival experts are the players; in each episode, one of them is ambushed and abducted by the other four, dropped in a harsh environment, and given 100 hours to find his way back to civilization while being monitored by the others from a remote command center.