PGA Tour Golf
The PGA Tour makes its first stop of 2015 in Arizona this week, as the game's top players tee it up at TPC Scottsdale in the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Kevin Stadler, who recorded his first Tour victory in last year's event, heads a field that also includes Kenny Perry, Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson and Billy Horschel. Golf Channel airs the first two rounds, with CBS picking up weekend coverage.
The medical drama resumes with the new episode "Where Do We Go From Here," as Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) tries to busy herself with other matters while Derek (Patrick Dempsey) prepares to leave. April and Jackson (Sarah Drew, Jesse Williams) struggle to deal with tough news. Arizona and Amelia (Jessica Capshaw, Caterina Scorsone) debate how to handle Dr. Herman (guest star Geena Davis).
The Big Bang Theory
Does comfort equate to a lack of ambition? Sheldon (Jim Parsons) fears that's the case, so he asks his friends to give him scientific challenges to tackle in the new episode "The Anxiety Optimization." Wolowitz (Simon Helberg) comes up with a game that centers around Raj (Kunal Nayyar). Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and Mayim Bialik also star.
The Vampire Diaries
On their birthday, Liv and Luke (guest stars Penelope Mitchell and Chris Brochu) make an appeal to someone very specific -- their father -- to let Jo and Kai (guest stars Jodi Lyn O'Keefe and Chris Wood) substitute for them in the merge ceremony in the new episode "Prayer for the Dying." Elena, Stefan and Damon (Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder) share Caroline's (Candice Accola) vigil over her mother at the hospital. Michael Trevino also stars.
The Biggest Loser
The biggest moment of the show's season -- declaring "The Biggest Loser" -- arrives in this "Live Finale," with all 20 contestants reuniting and showing how much they've lost over the course of the episodes. Those already taken out of the competition still could leave with something, since they're all eligible for an "at home" prize. The biggest reward, of course, will go to one of the three finalists ... who will get $250,000. Alison Sweeney is the host.
Well Now You're Here, There's No Way Back
Filmmaker Regina Russell's 2014 documentary chronicles the formation and rise of the seminal heavy-metal rock band Quiet Riot in the early 1980s, and original member Frankie Banali's efforts to keep the band alive and restore it to its former glory with a new lead singer. The band's original frontman, Kevin Dubrow, died of a cocaine overdose in 2007.
A sudden and tragic loss continues to play out in the new episode "Kitty Litter and a Class A Felony." Bonnie's (Allison Janney) responses to the situation force Christy (Anna Faris) to try to clean up her mother's messes. Beverly D'Angelo returns in her guest role as Beverly. Matt Jones and Sadie Calvano also star.
Where is Olivia (Kerry Washington)? That's the big question as the drama returns with the new episode "Run," which unfolds from her point of view as events from the preceding episode are revisited. The story was written by series creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes. Tony Goldwyn, Jeff Perry, Bellamy Young and Scott Foley also star.
Mary (Adelaide Kane) takes surprising action upon learning from Greer (Celina Sinden) about rumors that are circulating in the new episode "Banished." Mary soon may have other concerns, since Francis and Conde (Toby Regbo, Sean Teale) are engaged in an intensifying competition over her. The return of Bash's (Torrance Coombs) mother (guest star Anna Walton) sets off trouble with Catherine (Megan Follows). Rose Williams also stars.
A family falls victim to a serial arsonist, drawing a detective (guest star Angelique Cabral, "Enlisted") with experience in such cases into the investigation, in the new episode "Bella." Backstrom (Rainn Wilson) has different ideas about who may be responsible, especially when evidence vanishes from the crime scene. On the personal side, Backstrom has trouble with neighbors from his younger years. Eddie McClintock ("Warehouse 13") also guest stars.
Project Runway All Stars
In a new episode called "Always the Bridesmaid," the designers must use Marchesa's showroom as inspiration to create bridesmaids' dresses for a wedding ceremony on the runway officiated by host and judge Alyssa Milano. Cat Deeley ("So You Think You Can Dance") guest stars.
Two and a Half Men
Walden (Ashton Kutcher) fears Alan's (Jon Cryer) love life will cost them custody of Louis (Edan Alexander) in the new episode "A Beer-Battered Rip-Off." Alan decides to end his romance with social worker McMartin (Maggie Lawson) to get back together with Lyndsey (Courtney Thorne-Smith), and Walden hopes the jilted woman won't be upset enough to negate the adoption. Conchata Ferrell also stars.