Doctor Who

Doctor Who
8:30/7:30c BBC America
Ask not for whom the bell tolls — or in this case, the drums beat — good Doctor. Keep the tissues handy because there will be tears in Whoville tonight, and, no, it won't be the Grinch's fault. One of sci-fi's worst-kept secrets comes to fruition in the conclusion of the two-part drama that pitted our favorite Time Lord against his baddie equal, the Master. Parting is, indeed, such sweet sorrow. — Michael Chant

Cotton Bowl
2/1c Fox
One of college football's most venerable bowl games finds a new home this year, leaving its namesake stadium in Dallas for spanking new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. Helping to make for a smooth transition, the Mississippi Rebels, one of last year's teams, are back, this year taking on the Cowboys of Oklahoma State. Both teams are strong on the ground, with Dexter McCluster the top weapon for Ole Miss, and Keith Toston the line mover for OSU. — Dave Roeder

Suze Orman Show
9/8c CNBC
If credit-card debt is ballooning even larger now that the holiday season has come to a close, tonight's show might help: Suze offers viewers a chance to implement a New Year's resolution when it comes to money. In other segments, she follows up with a past guest who failed to pay taxes for four years, and advises viewers about whether they can afford an accordion and a ski pass. — Jeff Gemmill

Demons
10/9c BBC America
The British put their own spin on Buffy the Vampire Slayer in this clever horror series about a teenage slacker who learns that he's the last descendant of Abraham Van Helsing, the legendary vampire hunter from Bram Stoker's (apparently not quite fictional) Dracula. In the series premiere, Luke Rutherford (Christian Cooke) meets his long-estranged godfather Rupert Galvin (Philip Glenister), another warrior of the night, and faces his first challenge when he must rescue his gal pal from a demonic bounty hunter. — Jack Rodgers

Styl'd
10/9c MTV
After weeks of trying to prove they're worthy of working at the elite Margaret Maldonado Agency, one aspiring celebrity stylist will be crowned the winner in the Season 1 finale. But not before one last challenge, which finds the hopefuls dressing High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale and the pop-rock duo the Veronicas. — Karen Andzejewicz