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True Jackson, VP
8:30/7:30c Nickelodeon
Ryan and Jimmy decide to make a scary movie, and the offices of Mad Style after hours seem like the perfect eerie setting. Only, maybe they're a little too eerie: The ghost of a former receptionist who died more than 50 years ago now roams the company's halls at night. Meanwhile, during the daylight hours, True and Amanda are bickering as usual, this time fighting over which model to cast for a photo shoot.

Always and Forever
9/8c Hallmark
Rena Sofer and Dean McDermott star in this original movie as former high-school sweethearts Grace and Michael, who reconnect at their 20-year high-school reunion. And while it doesn't take long for sparks to fly the same way they did when they were teenagers, age and wisdom have caused Grace and Michael to approach romance more carefully. Barbara Eden also stars as Grace's meddling mother, who has more than a few opinions about her daughter's romantic decisions. — Brie Hearn

Bon Jovi: When We Were Beautiful
9/8c Showtime
The band has been making beautiful music together for more than 25 years. This engaging and insightful rockumentary captures life backstage, on stage and on the road during Bon Jovi's 2008 Lost Highway World Tour. Candid chats with members Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, David Bryan and Tico Torres reveal how the group, while not always the most harmonious collection of talents, remains a band of New Jersey brothers who are in tune and in touch. Songs include "Livin' on a Prayer," "It's My Life" and "You Give Love a Bad Name." — Ray Stackhouse

Ghost Town
9/8c SyFy
|Jessica Rose, star of the hit Web series, "Lonelygirl15," leaves the relative safety of the Internet behind and steps into the middle of an otherworldly gunfight when a busload of college students wind up in a real ghost town. And if you've wondered what Gil Gerard (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century) has been up to, look no further. — Michael Chant

Extreme Sweets
9/8c Food Network
With Halloween right around the corner, there's no better time to take a look at the country's most unique sweets. Charming chowhound Adam Gertler (Will Work for Food) hits the road to check out America's sweet spots, including a chocolate spa in Hershey, Pa. and a unique Hollywood candy shop that sells a treat that's so spicy he must sign a waiver to eat it. Now that's hot! — Karen Andzejewicz