(Monday, 9 am/8c, Hallmark) Betty-mania continues with this daylong marathon of classic Golden Girls episodes that come out smelling like a rose. Rose Nyland from St. Olaf, that is, who's the focus of these episodes. What better excuse to break out the cheesecake?
(Tuesday, 9/8c, Syfy) Last summer's breakout hit returns for a second season of tongue-in-cheeck fantasy, but before Pete and Myka can go back on the hunt for supernatural artifacts, there's plenty of explaining to do following last season's cliffhanger. Most notably: Where's the warehouse's jovial cliffhanger Artie? Last we saw, it looked like the archvillain MacPherson blew him up.
(Wednesday, 10/9c, BBC America) Get your British "Gleek" on. This enthralling 13-part docuseries is like a real-life Glee, as boyish choirmaster Gareth Malone brings his message of harmony and classical music to an inner-city British school lacking any musical tradition. Can he coach a group of musical novices in time for a world championship—all the way in China?
(Thursday, 8/7c, NBC) Passing with high critical marks (if not blockbuster ratings) to a second season, this joyously silly sitcom about a study group of community-college misfits takes the spotlight with a six-episode marathon. The playlist includes a memorable paintball war on campus and a scheme involving the lucrative cafeteria market for chicken fingers.