The Screen Actors Guild Awards

Screen Actors Guild Awards
8/7c TBS, TNT
Actors honor their artistic peers for outstanding cinematic and television performances at the 17th annual glitzfest from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. A high note of the evening is likely to be a salute to Oscar-winning veteran actor Ernest Borgnine, who receives the Life Achievement Award for his career achievements and humanitarian accomplishments. The star-bright collection of presenters includes Alec Baldwin, Jeff Bridges, LL Cool J, Amy Poehler, Rosario Dawson, Eva Longoria, Hilary Swank and Betty White. — Dean Maurer

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Pro Bowl
7/6c Fox
Aloha Pro Bowlers! And welcome back to Hawaii. After a year's absence — when the game was played at the site of the 2010 Super Bowl (Miami) — the AFC-NFC all-star clash returns to Honolulu, where the tropical locale helps to compensate for the less-than-bone-crunching action. The AFC won last year's get-together, tying the all-time series at 20-20. — Dave Roeder

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
8/7c ABC
In 2009, 17-year-old Alex Brown of Wellman, Texas, died after losing control of the truck she was driving because she was sending a text message. Alex's parents, Jeanne and Johnny Mac, have turned their grief into a mission to warn other teens of the dangers of texting while driving by touring Texas high schools with Alex's wrecked truck. They call their tour BUST (Buckle Up and Stop Texting). Tonight, they're seen getting a new home to replace the trailer they had been living in — and Alex's 12-year-old sister, Katrina, gets to meet Justin Bieber. Other celebrities appearing include Emma Roberts and NASCAR's Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle. — Paul Droesch

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Brick City
8/7c Sundance
Coming off a Peabody Award win and a 2010 Emmy nomination, Season 2 of the gritty, hard-hitting documentary series set in Newark, N.J., points the spotlight on the beleaguered metropolis, its politicos and citizens. Charismatic mayor Cory Booker readies his campaign for reelection, while his embattled police director deals with a never-ending onslaught of violent crimes. Jayda and Creep try to turn their lives around by starting a nonprofit mentoring program, and former gangbanger Dashaun "Jiwe" Morris gets banged with an attempted-murder rap. — Ray Stackhouse

The Lost Valentine
9/8c CBS
Betty White once again proves why she is a national treasure in this tender 2011 Hallmark Hall of Fame love story. Her emotionally rich performance elevates what could have been an overly sentimental tearjerker into a top-notch drama. White stars as Caroline Thomas, a World War II widow whose love for her Navy pilot husband remains strong 65 years after he is declared missing in action. To honor him, each Valentine's Day she visits the train station where she last saw him. An unlucky-in-love TV reporter (Jennifer Love Hewitt) is assigned to profile Caroline and meets the lady's protective grandson (Sean Faris), who isn't sure if his grandmother is up to reliving her story for the cameras. Of course, sparks fly. — Tim Holland

Kennedys' Home Movies
9/8c TLC
On the heels of the 50th anniversary of JFK's inauguration comes this intimate portrait of life in the close-knit Kennedy clan. Narrated by Stockard Channing, this special features two hours of rare footage and home movies, as captured by three generations of Kennedys. Included is a peek inside the family's compound in Hyannis Port, Mass., and Bobby Kennedy's historic Hickory Hill estate. — Karen Kelty

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Bridalplasty
9/8c E!
Tonight, the so-called "perfect bride" is revealed as the freshman season concludes and the winner is chosen. Of course, the winner gets one final nip/tuck before making preparations for her dream wedding and unveiling her new look to her groom. — Tim Holland