Tonight's TNT doubleheader showcases four teams that should figure heavily in the Eastern Conference playoff picture come April, starting with this tilt in Brooklyn between Deron Williams' Nets and Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks. In the late game, Carlos Boozer and the Chicago Bulls do battle with Dwyane Wade and the visiting Miami Heat.
The Vampire Diaries
Caroline (Candice Accola) has an unusual treatment for Stefan (Paul Wesley), who's trying to cover up his pain as he gives Katherine (Nina Dobrev) his support. Damon (Ian Somerhalder) tells Elena (Dobrev) about a dark time in his past that he's kept secret for many years, and she tells him what she's just learned about her own family. Aaron (Shaun Sipos) prepares to take drastic action in the new episode "The Cell."
The Sound of Music Live!
Carrie Underwood stars as Maria in this new adaptation of the classic musical, whose 1965 movie version has been a seasonal television fixture. Stephen Moyer ("True Blood") plays Captain von Trapp, with Audra McDonald as the Mother Abbess. The beloved score includes "My Favorite Things," "Climb Every Mountain" and the title song.
Comedy Warriors: Healing Through Humor
In this inspiring new documentary, five severely injured combat veterans get the opportunity to work with well-known comedians and writers, including Zach Galifianakis, Lewis Black, Bob Saget and B.J. Novak, to create stand-up routines based on their experiences. They showcase what they've learned at some of Los Angeles' top comedy clubs.
The castle is taken hostage, forcing Mary and Francis (Adelaide Kane, Toby Regbo) to rely on each other. Catherine (Megan Follows) offers a surprising proposal aimed at saving their lives. Bash's (Torrance Coombs) mother, Diane (Anna Walton), tells him she has a plan in the works to make him legitimate in the new episode "Left Behind." Alan Van Sprang also stars.
Project Runway All Stars
Some of the creations on these fashion design competitions can look pretty cartoonish. That's actually the goal in this new episode, as the contestants are challenged to design a dress for Marge Simpson -- yes, that Marge Simpson -- to wear on a special date night with Homer on an upcoming episode of "The Simpsons." Anthony Ryan Auld, Stacey Bendet and Abigail Breslin are the guest judges for "Marge Madness."
An attractive reporter is interested in Charlie's (Charlie Sheen) sex research, but she doesn't just want to interview him about the study. She wants some hands-on experience, if you get our drift. Michael Arden and Noureen DeWulf also star in the new episode "Charlie Does It for Science."
Loyalties are put to the test and relationships are stretched to the breaking point as the team gets closer to learning the truth. A personal crisis has Cyrus (Jeff Perry) realizing he might have gone too far in the new episode "YOLO." Kerry Washington, Columbus Short and Bellamy Young also star.
Come Dine With Me
Most of us worry about our guests judging us when we entertain, but the folks in this new series -- based on a British hit -- are courting such a reaction. Five strangers take turns hosting dinner parties in their homes for one another. At the end of the evening, the four guests score their host's menu, hospitality and presentation, and when all the parties have been given, the host with the highest rating wins a cash prize. Todd Pettengill hosts.
Courtney Loves Dallas
Courtney Kerr of "Most Eligible Dallas" is the latest star of a Bravo ensemble docu-series to get her own show. This one follows her through some big changes, including quitting her job to pursue her fashion blog full time and dealing with some life-changing health news from her mother. Of course, she'll also continue her search for the love of her life.