The 2010 Emmy Awards The 2010 Emmy Awards

62nd Primetime Emmy Awards
8/7c NBC
Late-night talker Jimmy Fallon is poised to add a hip comedic spin to the festivities as host of the 62nd annual celebration, presented from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. Television's biggest night is highlighted by a starry galaxy of presenters (including Anna Paquin, Will Arnett, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, Laurence Fishburne and Eva Longoria Parker) and a salute to George Clooney, who is honored with the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award. As for the top contenders, The Pacific (24 nominations), Glee (19 nominations) and Mad Men (17 nominations) lead the way. — Dean Maurer

True Blood
9/8c HBO
In the bible, John 8:32 says "the truth will set you free," but the word apparently didn't reach Bon Temps, especially after Jason's confession to Tara about Eggs fell flat, Arlene may seek a wiccan's way out of her pregnancy and Hoyt's profession of love for Jessica got him mauled by a shape-shifting Tommy's pit bull. And the revelation that Sookie's a faerie landed her in Fangtasia's dungeon, but her chances of seeing the "light of day" may have something to do with Eric's revenge against Russell. — Joe Friedrich

Rubicon
9/8c AMC
The plot thickens. Having been warned by Kale to stick to the "analysis side of things" and avoid getting involved in any entanglements or operations that may result in "mayhem," Will is surprised when Kale issues an invite to dinner at his apartment. Hmm: Will wonders if it's to be for business or pleasure. Meanwhile, Katherine, who'd stumbled across information about the suicide of a college professor, begins to suspect there is a connection between that death and Tom's. — Ray Stackhouse

Entourage

10:30/9:30c HBO
NBA owner Mark Cuban is no stranger to controversy, so it should be no surprise when Turtle courts trouble with Carlos by asking the Dallas maverick for financial help with Avion. Didn't Turtle learn anything from all those guns at the Mexican airport? Meanwhile, Vince's slow career suicide continues when he hatches a plan to keep Sasha out of an adult film, and once again, Amanda may have gotten the best of Ari. On the bright side, however, Drama may finally be warming up to his cartoon alter-ego. — Joe Friedrich

Little League World Series
3/2c ABC
With every Series game carried by one of the ESPNs or ABC; and with the plethora of sports stations, Web sites and newspapers covering the event; this thing is becoming bigger all the time. But imagine what it must be like for the 11- to 13-year olds who win, and return to places like Chula Vista, Calif., (the 2009 winners) as champions: These kids won't be paying for their own cones or burgers for years to come. And as the U.S. champ takes on the winner of the International bracket in the 64th title game in Williamsport, Pa., today, bear in mind that U.S. teams have won the last five title games. — Dave Roeder

Border Wars
9/8c National Geographic
While the immigration debate is as heated as ever, this compelling docu-reality series goes beyond the controversy to offer a glimpse at what life is really like on the front lines of the busiest — and most dangerous — border crossing points into the U.S. In the Season 2 opener, tragedy strikes on the Rio Grande, when a young man drowns when trying to cross it. It's up Border Patrol agents to identify him and return his body to his family. And later, officers crack down on a human-smuggling operation. — Karen Andzejewicz

Drop Dead Diva
10/9c Lifetime
In the second-season finale, Jane and Grayson are reminded of Deb while handling a case for a woman who wants to be cryogenically frozen. Despite the progress of Grayson's relationship with Vanessa — he's about to meet her parents — this reminder of his former fiancée could change everything. Meanwhile, Kim's relationship with Parker comes under fire when his former partner decides she wants back in the firm. — Rhoda Charles