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America's Most Wanted
9/8c Fox
Moviegoers of a certain age will certainly remember Peter Sellers as bumbling Inspector Clouseau in the Pink Panther movies (Steve Martin revived the role in recent years). The "pink panther" was a diamond that kept getting stolen, so it's no surprise that a hugely successful gang of real international jewel thieves have been dubbed "the Pink Panthers." But these guys — alleged to be veterans of the 1990s mayhem in the Balkans — are no bunglers: Estimates of their total haul begin at over $100 million. John Walsh joins Interpol in the hunt for them tonight. — Paul Droesch

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Horse Racing 1:30/12:30c ABCSix months after the Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs in Louisville hosts Thoroughbred racing's second-biggest Saturday as Breeders' Cup 27 wraps up with an eight-race card for more than $17 million in purses. Two females headline the proceedings as Goldikova seeks an unprecedented third straight win in the Mile (on turf), while undefeated Zenyatta will again face the boys in the $5 million Classic, looking to end her career with a dazzling 20-0 record.  Preakness Stakes winner Lookin' at Lucky, trained by Bob Baffert, joins Haynesfield, Blame and Todd Pletcher's Quality Road in a loaded field that will sort out the Horse of the Year picture. ESPN picks up the coverage of the last five races. — Roger LeisterAvatar

8/7c HBO Although James Cameron's 2009 sci-fi epic lost to The Hurt Locker, directed by his ex-wife, Kathryn Bigelow, for best picture and director at the Oscars, the Titanic director still had a winner on his hands... especially at the box office. Bolstered by Oscar-winning visual effects, the film follows a paraplegic marine (Sam Worthington) on a mission to the planet Pandora, where the indigenous Na'vi race have become an obstacle to a vital mining operation. The film is rated PG-13, and also stars Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver. — Joe Friedrich
Iconoclasts9/8c SundanceA fifth season of wonderfully interesting pairings of prominent personalities pal-ing around comes to a conclusion with a show featuring visual artist Chuck Close and illusionist David Blaine. The guys chat about their work and chosen professions and show off some tricks of the trade and reveal some of the mystique of their techniques. Later, they hit the streets of New York City and stop at a number of museums and studios, then cap it all off with a visit to the grave site of legendary escape artist Harry Houdini. — Ray Stackhouse
Is Iconoclasts appointment viewing in your home? Tell usA Family Thanksgiving9/8c HallmarkDaphne Zuniga stars in tonight's original movie as an attorney who has a jarring encounter with a strange woman (Faye Dunaway), who transforms her into a wife and mother. Initially out of her element, Zuniga's Claudia soon adjusts to her new roles and finally sees the value of family. But the transformation isn't permanent, and Claudia is forced to make some big decisions when she returns to her normal life. — Brie HearnDownsized9/8c WEWE's latest reality series has a very timely focus: the economy. The show follows the Bruce clan, a large blended family facing tough financial times and trying to cut back on their day-to-day expenses. In the opener, parents Laura and Todd are short on rent for the month and try several outlets to come up with the cash, though none are ideal. — Brie Hearn

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The Time Traveler's Wife10/9c Cinemax Love can be complicated during the best circumstances, but it's even harder when one partner is prone to travel through time without warning. That's the gist of this 2009 romantic fantasy, based on Audrey Niffenegger's best-selling novel, which stars Eric Bana as a librarian whose genetic disorder makes him a walking time machine, and Rachel McAdams as the titular spouse who is determined to build a stable relationship despite their unique dilemma. The film, rated PG-13, is directed by Robert Schwentke. — Joe Friedrich