She's All That
A variation on "Pygmalion," this somewhat dated, for-teens-only1999 romantic comedy stars Rachael Leigh Cook as a wallflower who suddenly blossoms. She's taken under the wing of a high-school peer (Freddie Prinze Jr.), and he ends up falling for her. Kevin Pollak, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Kieran Culkin, Elden Henson, Matthew Lillard and Anna Paquin co-star.
Virtually all of the original "American Pie" cast is back in a 2012 sequel that's pretty successful in recapturing the first film's spirit -- which means you're free to skip it if you never developed a taste for "Pie." Jim (Jason Biggs) is adjusting to parenthood with wife Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) and debating what to do about a younger woman's apparent advances. Seann William Scott comes close to stealing the show again as Stifler.
Just Go With It
Just go without it unless you're a big fan of Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston or romantic comedies in general. Sandler plays a plastic surgeon who learns how problematic a lie can become. A tall tale he tells his new love interest (Brooklyn Decker) escalates, and he has to produce a soon-to-be-ex-wife; he enlists an office assistant (Aniston) to fill the role. Nicole Kidman has a surprising comedic turn.
Jack and Darren (Kyle Bornheimer, Edi Gathegi) are trapped together inside a client's home, which gives them the opportunity to get at the root of their differences. Tony, Terry, Mason and Stitch (J.K. Simmons, Leah Remini, Johnny Pemberton, Danielle Nicolet) get ready for a classic car parade in the new episode "The Big Event."
Franklin & Bash
Meet the new boss, same as ... the landlady from "Melrose Place." Heather Locklear joins the cast this season as Rachel King, a tough new lawyer brought in by Stanton (Malcolm McDowell) to help run the firm. Peter and Jared (Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Breckin Meyer) represent a well-known magician in the season premiere, "Coffee and Cream." Reed Diamond also stars.
Hank (Mark Feuerstein) treats a policeman (Brad Beyer) whose health problems may be related to the behavior of his rebellious teenage daughter (Alexandra Socha). While settling into their new home, Evan and Paige (Paulo Costanzo, Brooke D'Orsay) try to settle a feud in the neighborhood. Divya (Reshma Shetty) finds her new life harder to adjust to than she'd expected in the new episode "Blythe Spirits."
How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)
Elaine's (Elizabeth Perkins) self-esteem takes a hit at her own birthday lunch when Polly (Sarah Chalke) steals the spotlight. To give her mother's ego a boost, Polly arranges a movie audition for her, but she realizes she's falling into an old pattern of putting Mom's dreams first in the new episode "How to Help the Needy." Rachel Eggleston and Brad Garrett also star.
Get ready for the final 13 episodes of Matt Groening's ("The Simpsons") animated comedy as the final season starts with tonight's hourlong premiere. Futurama first ran on Fox from 1999 to 2003 and was resurrected by Comedy Central in 2010. Among their adventures in the farewell season, Fry (voice of Billy West), Leela (voice of Katey Sagal) and Bender (voice of John DiMaggio) take up drag racing and bring a dead robot back to life.
A former paramedic candidate accuses Severide (Taylor Kinney) of sexual misconduct. Detective Voight (guest star Jason Beghe) returns looking for repayment of the favor that he did for Dawson's (Monica Raymund) brother (guest star Jon Seda). Casey (Jesse Spencer) reverts to old habits. Dawson joins Herrmann and Otis (David Eigenberg, Yuri Sardarov) in preparing for the opening of their bar in "Retaliation Hit."
Fight Master: Bellator MMA
This reality series brings together 32 of the best welterweight fighters in the world to compete for a spot in the Bellator MMA Tournament and a $100,000 prize. Fighters from around the globe live and train together in New Orleans, coached by such legends of the sport as Randy Couture, Greg Jackson, Frank Shamrock and Joe Warren. Contestants battle though qualifying and elimination bouts in the hopes of reaching and winning the final match.
Hot in Cleveland
To usher in its new season, the gang is coming at you with a live episode, where we're guessing somebody is going to come close to breaking out in laughter. Not Betty White, though -- that woman is a pro. Look for one of the gals to get embroiled in a scandal this season, and later on look for on-screen reunions of stars from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "The Carol Burnett Show."
Dani (Callie Thorne) treats a former child star whose growing pains are threatening her career. With a big endorsement deal on the line, Connor (John Stamos) tries to give T.K. (Mehcad Brooks) an image makeover. Nico (Scott Cohen) butts heads with Dani in the new episode "Gimme Some Lovin'." Johanna Braddy ("Greek") guest stars.