The 2010 Kids' Choice Awards

Kids' Choice Awards
8/7c Nickelodeon
Awards season is far from over, because the kids haven't spoken yet! This show (now in its 23rd annual outing) lets their voices be heard, as kids' favorite celebrities in film, TV, music and sports are honored. Comedic actor Kevin James hosts the festivities, and Rihanna and Justin Bieber are scheduled to perform. As always, slime will be in full supply, and Apolo Anton Ohno attempts a catapult stunt involving it. Tina Fey, Chris Rock and Robert Downey Jr. are among the scheduled presenters. — Jennifer Sankowski

Suite Life on Deck
9:30/8:30c Disney
Kathie Lee Gifford guest stars as a modeling-agency owner, and her daughter, Cassidy, appears as one of the girls she represents. Cassidy and some model friends catch the attention of Zack and Marcus when they come aboard the SS Tipton. The starstruck boys attempt to throw the girls a party while keeping it a secret from the gals' strict handler (Gifford). Good luck with that! — Tim Holland

Victorious
9:30/8:30c Nickelodeon
Zoey 101 actress Victoria Justice graduates from sitcom sidekick to star in a new series that's set at an elite performing-arts high school in Hollywood. Justice plays Tori Vega, a seemingly ordinary teen who's untapped performing talents get discovered when she fills in for her injured sister during a talent showcase. She's then invited to attend her sister's school, and soon she realizes that fitting in on a daily basis will be a lot more difficult than impressing people at a talent show. — Jennifer Sankowski

It's Me or the Dog
8/7c Animal Planet
Animal trainer Victoria Stilwell takes her show to another level when she fields questions from fans on a special call-in show. However, any viewer will tell you that it's Stilwell's one-on-ones that make the most difference in an animal's behavior. Tonight, one lucky family will get a surprise visit that is sure to soothe their savage beast. — Rhoda Charles

NCAA Basketball Championships
4:30/3:30c CBS
It's the regional finals in Salt Lake City and Syracuse, and a spot in the Final Four is one victory away. The opener in Utah features the running Kansas State Wildcats, fresh off a classic double-overtime win over Xavier, taking on the more half-court oriented Butler Bulldogs, which polished off No. 1 seed Syracuse on Thursday night. Game 2 in Syracuse features No. 1 seed Kentucky, which played in the NIT last year, squaring off with No. 2 West Virginia, the Big East's final representative. — Dave Roeder