Persons Unknown

Persons Unknown
9/8c NBC
Fans of this tense mystery can expect answers tonight during the two-hour finale. After spending so much time in captivity, the abductees finally get a taste of freedom when their van crashes and provides an escape opportunity. But, as it turns out, returning to their normal lives isn't as easy as it would seem. And perhaps the Program's not done with them yet... — Brie Hearn

Being Human
9/8c BBC America
Annie befriends a celebrity psychic who seems to have lost his sixth sense, so she agrees to help him out at his stage show, acting as an intermediary between ghosts and their loved ones. At first, the experience gives Annie a new sense of purpose, but then things take a turn for the worse when her own mother shows up in the audience. Meanwhile, Mitchell considers leaving the coven to start a new life with Lucy, but little does he know that she hasn't been entirely honest with him. — Karen Andzejewicz

Meteor Apocalypse
9/8c Syfy
As several scientific documentaries and a few silver-screen scenarios have argued, a bunch of meteors slamming into the Earth could ruin your day almost as much as the havoc one really big asteroid could wreak. In this 2009 direct-to-video disaster flick, a father tries to reunite with his wife and daughter while space rocks menace Los Angeles. — Michael Chant

The Wish List
9/8c Hallmark
Jennifer Esposito stars in this 2010 made-for-cable romance as a Type-A personality who, after years of dating frustration, decides to make a list of the qualities she's looking for in a guy. It's not long until she finds a charming doctor who fits the bill, and the two begin dating. But she also finds herself drawn to a barista (played by David Sutcliffe) who makes her consider ditching her carefully constructed list. — Brie Hearn

Little League World Series
4/3c ABC
The smaller boys of summer take the field to determine the U.S. champion in the title game of the annual Little League-apalooza in Williamsport, Pa. Last season, a team from Chula Vista, Cal., powered to the U.S. title, defeating a Southwest San Antonio squad 12-2. On their way to the overall championship, the Golden Staters walloped a World Series-record 19 home runs. — Dave Roeder

The Time Traveler's Wife
8/7c HBO
Love can be complicated during the best circumstances, but it's even harder when one partner is prone to travel through time without warning. That's the gist of this 2009 romantic fantasy, based on Audrey Niffenegger's best-selling novel, which stars Eric Bana as a librarian whose genetic disorder makes him a walking time machine, and Rachel McAdams as the titular spouse who is determined to build a stable relationship despite their unique dilemma. The film, rated PG-13, is directed by Robert Schwentke. — Joe Friedrich

Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam
11/10c Showtime
NBA great Shaquille O'Neal must never wonder what he'll be doing when his basketball career comes to an end. This guy is one busy 7-footer. (Plus an inch.) He's released rap albums, starred in reality-TV shows, acted in films and has had a long-standing interest in law enforcement. He is also the man behind these titular entertainment extravaganzas. Comedian/talk-show host/Oscar-winning actress Mo'Nique handles the hosting duties as she welcomes a lineup of talent that features Paul Mooney, Mike Epps, George Wilson, Michael Blackson and Corey Holcomb. — Ray Stackhouse