PGA Tour Golf
Entering a golf tournament as the defending champion is always a nice feeling, especially so the very first time it happens. Billy Horschel soaks up the PGA Tour love at this week's stop in Avondale, La., for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. The 27-year-old Floridian sank a 27-foot putt on the final hole here last year to avoid a playoff and win his first Tour event. Horschel did so in style, too, tying a course record with a final-round 8-under 64.
The Vampire Diaries
Stefan (Paul Wesley) tries to distract Elena (Nina Dobrev) from obsessing over Damon (Ian Somerhalder). Jeremy and Matt (Steven R. McQueen, Zach Roerig) admit to Damon that the Traveler knife is missing. Enzo (Michael Malarkey) makes a dangerous decision that leads to a violent confrontation with Stefan. Markos (Raffi Barsoumian) asks Sloan (Caitlin McHugh) for help with a ritual to break a curse against the Travelers in the new episode "Man on Fire."
Parks and Recreation
Leslie (Amy Poehler) makes a major decision about her future as she heads for a national parks conference in San Francisco with Ben and Andy (Adam Scott, Chris Pratt). Tom (Aziz Ansari) opens his restaurant. Ron (Nick Offerman) has another encounter with Tammy 2 (Megan Mullally). Andy experiences a rock 'n' roll fantasy in the season finale, "Moving Up." Aubrey Plaza also stars.
Nathan (Will Arnett) thinks the comic book realm that Tom (Beau Bridges) has created would make a great premise for a children's television show, and he pitches the idea to his boss (Jeffrey Tambor). Tom, however, takes issue with the changes that are being made to his imaginary world in the new episode "Tomlandia." Margo Martindale also stars.
Mary's (Adelaide Kane) uncle, the Duke of Guise (Gil Darnell) comes to France with bad news about her mother. This causes Mary and Francis (Toby Regbo) realize they're both conflicted over what to put first: their marriage or their countries. King Henry (Alan Van Sprang) comes up with a desperate, doomed plan. Bash and Kenna (Torrance Coombs, Caitlin Stasey) grow closer in the new episode "Toy Soldiers."
Inspired by the movie starring Cameron Diaz, this new sitcom stars Ari Graynor ("Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist") as Meredith, a former trophy wife who gets herself hired as a middle-school teacher despite a total lack of qualifications. Many of the school's students have divorced parents, and Meredith's plan is to meet all those rich, single dads and land one to marry. David Alan Grier, Kristin Davis and Sara Gilbert also star.
Like the cable series "Perception," this new drama has a neuroscientist with mental illness at its center. Here, it's Dr. Catherine Black (Kelly Reilly), who uses her talents to treat patients, not solve crimes, while struggling with her own demons -- which she keeps secret from her loved ones. Terry Kinney also stars.
Ice Cold Gold
The elements and the danger are taking their toll on the miners in this new episode. Two of them are looking at the possibility of being stranded above the Arctic Circle for the winter, while others are in jeopardy from landslides and an unstable glacier. The tension boils over at a chaotic meeting in "The Beast Within."
Ragnar's (Travis Fimmel) warriors march to King Ecbert's (Linus Roache) villa and are surprised by a vicious welcome party. After the inevitable battle, both sides must lay out some new terms in the new episode "The Choice." Donal Logue also stars.
Beyond Scared Straight
This series is all about giving misbehaving teens a wake-up call by taking them inside jails and prisons. Some of those wake-up calls, however, ring more loudly than others. That's the case with 17-year-old car thief Corey. A repeat offender with no remorse, he visits Georgia's Fulton County Jail and finds his own stepfather serving time there, which turns his world upside down in the season finale, "Fulton County, Ga.: My Father the Inmate."