Survivor

Survivor: Nicaragua
8/7c CBS
Tonight's two-hour season finale promises lots of emotional fireworks as the five remaining castaways (Chase, Dan, Fabio, Holly, Sash) are cut down to the three players who will face the jury. But who will they be? Chase, Holly and Sash are in an alliance, which means Fabio needs to win the next two immunity challenges or he's jury bound. As for Dan, he needs to convince one or two of the alliance partners that they would be crazy not to take him to the finals because, frankly, no one is likely to vote for him since he coasted through the game and was never a threat to win anything. Following the season finale, the winner is revealed on the Survivor reunion special as the 20 castaways gather in Los Angeles to discuss the game. — Tim Holland

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Hunger at Home: The Food Crisis in America
11 a.m./10c TV Guide Network
The hunger crisis is not simply a far-off problem, but one that affects many Americans, including children, families and U.S. veterans. This special looks at the everyday folks who are facing hunger, and it features several soap-opera stars, including Susan Lucci, Ronn Moss and Kelly Monaco, who work with charities such as Feed the Children. — Jennifer Sankowski

Live From Lincoln Center
5/4c PBS
In the immortal words of M*A*S*H's Radar O'Reilly, "ah, Bach!" Tonight, the Chamber Music Society of the Lincoln Center celebrates the holiday season with such baroque favorites as Bach's Double Concerto and Corelli's Christmas Concerto. Also on tap: Sammartini's Concerto in F major, Vivaldi's Sonata in D minor and Concerto in C major, and Tartini's Sonata in G minor (the "Devil's Trill"). — Jeff Gemmill

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Sunday Night Football
8:15/7:15c NBC
The Packers face the Patriots in Foxboro. Let's face it: This is not exactly the ideal scenario for Green Bay. Needing to sweep their final three games and hope that someone else can knock off the Bears, the Pack have to upset the high-flying Patriots tonight with Aaron Rodgers — who has suffered two concussions this season — or the inexperienced Matt Flynn at quarterback. Meanwhile, for the playoff-bound Pats (who in the last couple of weeks have emerged as the prohibitive Super Bowl favorites) — a win would be nice. — Dave Roeder

Leverage
9/8c TNT
Season 3 of the scams-and-schemes drama closes with two back-to-back episodes. (A celebratory beverage for Leverage: The show will return for a fourth season.) Upfront and personal in Part 1 is International Man of Misery Damien Moreau, an über-villain who's been the crew's long-standing nemesis. Nate and his scheme team try to hunt down Moreau before he kills a top engineer and sells her work to global terrorists. Then, in the conclusion of the finale, the crew tails Moreau to San Lorenzo, only to discover he's forged political connections at the highest level. But in order to reel in, fillet and fry this big fish, the team will need to take over the entire country first. Goran Visnjic and Elisabetta Canalis guest star. — Dean Maurer

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Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III
11:30/10:30c Cartoon Network
Robot Chicken is back for another round of Star Wars fun with its latest spoof-tacular special featuring a star-studded voice cast that includes Zac Efron, Billy Dee Williams, Donald Faison, Rachael Leigh Cook, Donald Glover and more. This time around, Emperor Palpatine, Darth Vader, Boba Fett and Gary the Stormtrooper each share interweaving stories about the Star Wars universe. — Brie Hearn

BET 30: Moments and Movements
8/7c BET
As Black Entertainment Television approaches the milestone of 30 years on the air, the groundbreaking network is taking a look back at its most memorable moments with tonight's retrospective. The two-hour special details how important moments in black history were interpreted through the unique lens of BET and includes interviews and exclusives. — Brie Hearn