The 2010 American Music Awards The 2010 American Music Awards

2010 American Music Awards
8/7c ABC
Youth will be served in the 38th annual AMAs, as Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Ke$ha and Katy Perry are among the slated performers. R&B fans can look forward to Ne-Yo, Rihanna and Usher, while rockers await Bon Jovi and the pairing of Carlos Santana and Gavin Rossdale. Also on tap is music from Christina Aguilera and Sean Combs' new dance-music project, Diddy-Dirty Money. And for those nostalgic for the days when boy bands were king, Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block are set to perform together. — Fred Mitchell

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19 Kids and Counting: Duggars Make a Movie

8/7c TLC
The Duggar kids are no strangers to being in front of the cameras. Now, it's their turn to go behind them as the 19 Kids and Counting production crew hands over their equipment to let the kids produce, film and star in their very own hour-long program. — Karen Kelty

Sunday Night Football
8:15/7:15c NBC
In an impeccably timed matchup for NBC, the 6-3 Giants and 6-3 Eagles collide in Philadelphia in a heavyweight NFC East tussle. The showdown gives observers of the week-to-week ebb-and-flow of pro football a terrific case study, as Eli Manning and New York look to atone for laying a 33-20 egg at home against Dallas while Michael Vick and the Eagles attempt to follow up their record-setting 59-28 blowout of the Redskins. Tom Coughlin's G-Men have added motivation from four straight losses in the series, including 40-17 and 45-38 setbacks last season that saw DeSean Jackson romp for three of the Eagles' six TDs of 40-plus yards. — Roger Leister

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Masterpiece Contemporary9/8c PBS Beatles fans will be both pleased and frustrated with the episodic "Lennon Naked," which chronicles John Lennon's last years in England. Christopher Eccleston (

Doctor Who) captures the essence of the rock icon as he grapples with emotional demons fueled in part by a particular childhood day on the beach, but the film itself occasionally lurches from one scene to the next like a badly programmed album until, finally, it reaches its saving grace: his primal-scream therapy and its influence on him and his music. — Jeff GemmillFamily Guy9/8c Fox Family Guy fans know that Brian is a frustrated author. But he finally gets off the literary schneid when a silly self-help book he writes in a fit of pique (and in three hours and 27 minutes) after his publisher returns 300 boxes of his unsold novel Faster Than the Speed of Love hits the best-seller list and lands him on Real Time with Bill Maher. We wish we could say that this story has a happy ending, but Maher and panelists Dana Gould and Arianna Huffington (playing themselves in a live-action sequence) turn out not to be fans. — Paul DroeschLuther10/9c BBC America The first season of this gripping psychological thriller comes to a close as Det. John Luther (Idris Elba) races to prove his innocence after crooked cop Ian Reed framed him for the murder of Luther's estranged wife. Alice is the only person Luther can turn to for help, but he's still not sure he can trust her, and for good reason. She is a psychopathic killer, after all. — Karen Kelty

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The Walking Dead10/9c AMC There's plenty of bloody hell to pay in this cracking good episode. You've got to hand it to Merle, the handcuffed redneck bigot Rick and his cohorts left behind when they hurriedly high-tailed it out of Atlanta. He gets himself free but pays a stiff price, as Rick and Co. discover when they arrive in Atlanta to retrieve the satchel of guns the lawman was forced to leave there. Their mission to recover the munitions leads to a deadly stand-off with another band of survivors. Back at camp, that crew deals with Jim's alarmingly grave behavior. — Ray Stackhouse