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Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
8/7c Disney
Demi Lovato and the Jonas Brothers reprise their roles from the hugely popular 2008 musical Camp Rock for tonight's highly anticipated sequel. The story centers on efforts by Mitchie (Lovato) to save Camp Rock when its future is threatened by a nearby music retreat with rich resources. Of course, she enlists help from boyfriend Shane (Joe Jonas) and his brothers. A sing-a-long version airs on Saturday and a dance edition plays on Sunday. — Tim Holland

Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta

9/8c TLC
Searching for a wedding dress can be an overwhelming process, and when a bride — and her mom — are particularly picky, the entire experience can become extremely stressful for all involved. That's what happens when bride-to-be Rene shows up at Bridals By Lori and soon doubts that she'll be able to find a dress she truly loves. Meanwhile, an indecisive bride's mother gets fed up when her daughter can't make up her mind and takes matters into her own hands. — Karen Andzejewicz

Beyond Survival with Les Stroud
10/9c Discovery
If you guessed that "Sea Gypsies" was some kind of tribute-band covering songs from the Beach Boys, you would be mistaken. Les Stroud journeys to Malaysia, where he takes a dip in shark-filled waters to go spearfishing with a tribe that is under constant threat of being washed away by storms and tsunamis. — Michael Chant

PGA Tour Golf Playoff
3/2c Golf Channel
As the FedExCup Playoffs head to TPC Boston in Norton, Mass., Jim Furyk may want to secure some sort of wakeup call, and maybe a cell-phone charger, so he doesn't oversleep again and get DQ'd from the Deutsche Bank Championship. At last week's Barclays, he did just that. But at the end of the weekend, Matt Kuchar's final-round blitz secured a playoff with Martin Laird, who succumbed after one hole. The Top 100 points holders include last year's Deutsche winner, Steve Stricker, who is currently in second place in the standings. — Brendan Curley


8/7c CW
Clark and Zod take off the gloves and battle for Earth in a repeat of last May's ninth-season finale. With Zod's army running amok, Chloe calls on old friends to stave them off while she and Oliver try to reconnect the Watchtower satellites. Things go horribly wrong, however, when Oliver disappears. Meanwhile, a confused Lois is caught in the middle when Zod claims to be the Blur and asks her to snag the Book of Rao from Clark, who continues to be discreet with his secrets. — Rhoda Charles

Human Target
8/7c Fox
The series makes its time-period premiere with this January repeat, in which Christopher Chance takes to the skies when unidentified goons are after an anonymous computer hacker who's privy to a critical piece of information. And faster than you can say "all in a day's work," a routine flight for our hero means flying upside down after the plane catches on fire. — Joe Friedrich

Así Era Pancho Villa
8/7c TCM
TCM celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the Mexican Revolution with a "Pancho Villa Trilogy." All three films star Pedro Armendariz as the Mexican revolutionary. Así Era Pancho Villa (1959) is a compilation of short tales about the heroic freedom fighter. In Pancho Villa y la Valentina (1960), a number of events in the life of the rebel leader, including a romantic liaison with a fellow revolutionary (Elsa Aquirre), are recounted. And Cuando Viva Villa es la Muerte (1960) features seven tales that recall Villa's life and exploits. — Ray Stackhouse