PGA Tour Golf
Part 3 of the four-tournament FedEx Cup Playoffs tees off today near Denver, where the top 70 ranked players will vie in the BMW Championship. A field expected to include Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson, Jimmy Walker, Matt Kuchar and Jim Furyk will take aim at the par-70, 7,352-yard Cherry Hills Country Club, which last hosted a PGA Tour event in 1985 with the PGA Championship. Zach Johnson won this tournament a year ago at Conway Farms Golf Club outside Chicago.
Sixties hits, stirring original songs and eye-popping dance moves made this 1987 drama a hit with audiences. Jennifer Grey stars as the naive teenager who has the time of her life with a hunky dance instructor (Patrick Swayze) at a resort in the Catskills. Cynthia Rhodes, Jack Weston and a pre-"Law & Order" Jerry Orbach also star.
The Vampire Diaries
Stefan (Paul Wesley) tries to distract Elena (Nina Dobrev) from obsessing over Damon (Ian Somerhalder). Jeremy and Matt (Steven R. McQueen, Zach Roerig) admit to Damon that the Traveler knife is missing. Enzo (Michael Malarkey) makes a dangerous decision that leads to a violent confrontation with Stefan. Markos (Raffi Barsoumian) asks Sloan (Caitlin McHugh) for help with a ritual to break a curse against the Travelers in "Man on Fire."
Actions can have unexpected results -- and that's particularly true in the case of this show. In "The Golem," Henry Parrish (guest star John Noble) becomes Ichabod's (Tom Mison) avenue of communication with Katrina (Katia Winter), but an unforeseen side effect is the revival of a terrifying threat. Nicole Beharie and Orlando Jones also star.
The 2014 NFL season kicks off in the Pacific Northwest, where the Seattle Seahawks begin defense of their Super Bowl title against the Green Bay Packers. The Pack won the NFC Central last year with an 8-7-1 record, but were summarily ousted from the playoffs in the wild card game by the San Francisco 49ers and Phil Dawson's field goal as time expired.
I Am Divine
This 2012 documentary by Jeffrey Schwarz ("Vito") combines feature film clips and home movie footage with new interview segments to chronicle how a chubby gay youth named Harris Glenn Milstead transformed himself into a larger-than-life drag superstar named Divine, working chiefly in collaboration with subversive filmmaker John Waters. In addition to Waters, interviewees also include Tab Hunter, Ricki Lake, Michael Musto and Bruce Vilanch.
Tom (Beau Bridges) is only too happy to announce to the family that he has a new girlfriend -- and she's much younger than he is. A red flag is raised immediately for Nathan (Will Arnett), who goes under cover to spy on his dad and make sure the woman isn't a gold digger who's gotten Tom in her clutches. Margo Martindale and Jayma Mays also star in "0072."
Cami (Leah Pipes) tries an unconventional treatment on Kieran (Todd Stashwick), but it causes him to have a violent episode. After arguing with Klaus (Joseph Morgan) over how to handle the Crescent Wolves, Elijah (Daniel Gillies) visits the bayou and witnesses a terrible explosion. Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) gives Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) a surprising bit of information about her family history in "An Unblinking Death."
As Rush (Tom Ellis) reconnects with his old flame Sarah (Odette Annable), he is surprised to notice how much she has changed in the new episode "Get Lucky." Alex (Larenz Tate) starts to worry that he is getting in over his head as he ventures deeper and deeper into the darker side of Rush's world. Manny (Rick Gonzalez), Rush's dealer, urges Eve (Sarah Habel) to take control of her life.
Mycroft Holmes (Rhys Ifans) is in a bad spot, accused of both murder and treason, in "The Grand Experiment." His only hopes of being cleared are Sherlock and Watson (Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu), but they've hit choppy waters in their partnership. Though they resolve to table those in order it help Mycroft, how successful they'll be in doing so is another story. Aidan Quinn also stars.
Maybe it's true that you can't go home again, but Russ and Lina (Nat Faxon, Judy Greer) may be hoping for a little nostalgic magic as they have a date night in their old neighborhood. Elsewhere, AJ and Bernie (Brett Gelman, John Hodgman) take a detour on their way to a gentlemen's club in the new episode "The Old Date."
In the new episode "Through Security," Grace (Stephanie Szostak) comes across some very upsetting information, while Neil (Matt Passmore) muses over how best to handle a decidedly ominous warning he has received. Leon Thomas, Michael Vartan and Maggie Lacey guest star; Katherine LaNasa also stars.