Supernatural Supernatural

9/8c CW
Being Death can be a killer, as Dean discovers when Death persuades him to take his place for 24 hours. Dean agrees to be the Grim Reaper in exchange for Death's help to get Sam's soul back. But, wouldn't you know it, Sam decides he doesn't want his soul back and asks Balthazar for a protective spell to keep his soul out of his body. There's just one hitch. Sam needs blood from his father for the spell to work. Of course, Sam's dad is dead. What to do? Sam decides Bobby is the next best thing. — Tim Holland

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Hollywood Christmas Parade

8 a.m./7c Hallmark
Larry King is the grand marshal of this year's parade — now in its 79th year — along Hollywood Blvd. The annual procession features decorated floats, celebrity appearances, music performances and, of course, an appearance by Santa Claus. Erik Estrada and Laura McKenzie provide commentary for the event, which benefits Marine Toys for Tots. — Brie Hearn

Tom Brokaw Presents Bridging the Divide
7/8c USA
In this one-hour special, Tom Brokaw reports on the state of modern civil rights, focusing on race, religion, sexuality, disabilities and bullying. The report not only provides a look at how America's population has changed over the years, but it also examines how current issues like the economy and ever-evolving technology have affected civil-rights issues. The program is part of USA Network's Characters Unite month. — Brie Hearn

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TeenNick HALO Awards
8/7c TeenNick
TeenNick chairman Nick Cannon returns as the host and executive producer of this second annual awards show that honors teens who take on leadership roles in their communities. One again, each honoree meets with a celebrity who has a interest in a similar cause, and the celebs participating this year are Maria Carey, Ashton Kutcher, Rosario Dawson and Wyclef Jean. The causes spotlighted include eradicating child slavery and empowering females. — Jennifer Sankowski

The Good Guys
9/8c Fox
The Odd Couple of buddy cops respond to a dine-and-dash incident at a restaurant only to find themselves sucked into a case in which a dirty cop may have murdered an informant against a Mafia kingpin. Chris Klein (Oz from American Pie) appears and Gary Cole reprises his role as Frank Savage in the Season 1 finale. — Michael Chant

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What Not to Wear9/8c TLC A glee-club coach is singing Stacy and Clinton's praises after the oh-so fashionable duo give the former Broadway performer a star-worthy makeover. With the snarky style mavens' help, the songstress says good-bye to her outdated thrift-store wardrobe, replacing it with more modern looks that won't have her students laughing at her behind her back. — Karen KeltyStorytellers11/10c VH1 T.I. performs "Rubber Band Man," "Bring Em Out," "Live Your Life," "I Still Luv You" and "Still Ain't Forgave Myself" in New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom. The rapper also talks about his problems involving drugs, his time in prison and his future aspirations. He also answers questions from his fans. — Fred Mitchell