PGA Tour Golf
Often called the "fifth major" because of its prestige and large payout, the PGA Tour stops this week at the TPC at Sawgrass Stadium Course in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., for the Players Championship. Martin Kaymer is the defending champion and Tiger Woods took trophies here in 2013 and 2001.
Major crises are nothing new for the hospital staff, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're ready for the next one and they re put to that test again in the new episode "Time Stops," directed by series co-star Kevin McKidd. The emergency is of a nature that impacts the entire city of Seattle, and the doctors have to table their emotions and keep their focus on the cases they re suddenly presented. Ellen Pompeo, Justin Chambers and Chandra Wilson also star.
The Big Bang Theory
Romantic relationships are central to the sitcom's eighth-season finale, "The Commitment Determination," with Leonard and Penny (Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) still undecided on when they'll get married. Detail-obsessed Sheldon (Jim Parsons) is insistent that they pick a date, but he soon has to be concerned about his own affair of the heart in regard to Amy (Mayim Bialik). Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar and Melissa Rauch also star.
The Vampire Diaries
Alaric and Jo (Matt Davis, guest star Jodi Lyn O'Keefe) finally head to the altar in the new episode "I'll Wed You in the Golden Summertime," but there's no guarantee their big day will run smoothly, even as Elena and Bonnie (Nina Dobrev, Kat Graham) try to keep Jo calm and focused. Stefan (Paul Wesley) hits the road with Damon (Ian Somerhalder). Caroline (Candice Accola) returns and tries to make up for her recent actions. Annie Wersching guest stars.
This visually stunning new two-hour special takes viewers on a gasp-inducing east-to-west tour of the United States, capturing the grandeur and diversity of the country's landscapes by including such iconic locations as the Mississippi River, Yellowstone National Park, the Everglades and the Grand Canyon.
Two episodes form the new two-hour offering "The Lost in the Found/The Verdict in the Victims." Bullying is suspected to be behind a private-school student's murder, which brings back uncomfortable memories for Brennan (Emily Deschanel). Then, a suspected serial killer's (guest star Gabriel Salvador) imminent execution prompts Brennan to question whether the man actually is guilty. Veteran actress Linda Lavin ("Alice") guest stars.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Anyone who loved "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." is in for a terrific flashback, since the "Man" himself -- Robert Vaughn -- guest stars in "December Solstice." He plays a famous author who's at the crux of a struggle between his latest wife (guest star Marcia Cross, "Desperate Housewives") and his daughters (guest stars Emily Bergl and Susan Pourfar) over his health and money. The SVU team steps in when abuse of the writer is suspected.
The Odd Couple
If the aim of yoga is relaxation, Felix (Thomas Lennon) clearly missed out on that information, as indicated by the new episode "Enlightening Strikes." He substitute-teaches such a class and agitates all the students, including one played by guest star Weird Al Yankovic. Another new episode follows: "Jealous Island," in which a sense of competition overwhelms Oscar (Matthew Perry) when he learns the woman he's dating used to be Murph's (Geoff Stults) steady.
Not only is Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) displeased by Vice President Ross' (Artemis Pebdani) streak of independence, he's no happier when she enlists Olivia (Kerry Washington) for an assignment involving a female Navy officer in the new episode "A Few Good Women." Mellie (Bellamy Young) has her own challenges in the course of her political quest. B613 poses new concerns for Quinn and Huck (Katie Lowes, Guillermo Diaz). Jeff Perry and Joshua Malina also star.
The Real Housewives of Melbourne
In the new episode "A Day at the Races," the women flaunt their personal styles at Derby Day, then change into finer frocks for the launch party of "Switch the Bitch," Pettifleur's new book. They save their most jaw-dropping outfits, though, for Gamble's bachelorette party, where the dress code is "Bond girl."
Mary (Adelaide Kane) is wracked by self-doubt after a shocking discovery leaves her uncertain of virtually everything in her life in the new episode "The Siege." Still, with troops headed for the castle, she partners with Francis (Toby Regbo) to determine just how far Conde's (Sean Teale) scheming has gone. Catherine (Megan Follows) devises a plan to convince Narcisse (Craig Parker) never to oppose her again. Torrance Coombs and Caitlin Stasey also star.
Seen lately on the series "Younger," two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster guest stars as an entomologist who factors into Holmes and Watson's (Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu) investigation in the new episode "Absconded." It involves one of Holmes' fellow beekeepers, who died while probing a honey bee outbreak. Captain Gregson (Aidan Quinn) asks Watson to lend him assistance off the record. Dorothy Lyman ("Mama's Family") also guest stars.