Conference rivalries abound in today's CBS tripleheader, which tips off at New York's Madison Square Garden, where D'Angelo Harrison and the St. John's Red Storm take on D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera and the 24th-ranked Georgetown Hoyas of the Big East. Then it's a pair of ACC showdowns, the first between the No. 12 North Carolina Tar Heels and the Miami Hurricanes followed by a Virginia Tech-at-No. 3 Virginia tilt.
That Awkward Moment
Three pals -- played by Zac Efron, Miles Teller ("The Spectacular Now") and Michael B. Jordan ("Fruitvale Station") -- grapple with moving romantic relationships from the casual to the more committed in this 2014 comedy. They make a pact not to involve themselves deeply with women anymore, but of course, their prospects improve as soon as they've struck that accord. Imogen Poots, Mackenzie Davis and Jessica Lucas play the objects of their confusion.
NCIS: Los Angeles
When software for a new, unmanned aerial vehicle is stolen -- and the lead engineer's 10-year-old daughter disappears -- Sam (LL Cool J) is certain the two events are connected in "One More Chance." He has a special interest in the case, as he once was on the protection detail for the child in Saudi Arabia. Chris O'Donnell, Linda Hunt, Eric Christian Olsen and Daniela Ruah also star.
Backstrom (Rainn Wilson) and the rest of the team discover that they may have stumbled onto a cult while investigating the murder of a youth pastor at a church in "Takes One to Know One." The police chief recruits Backstrom's former fiancee, Amy Gazanian (guest star Sarah Chalke, "Scrubs"), to head up the newly formed Civilian Oversight Committee. Kristoffer Polaha, Genevieve Angelson and Thomas Dekker also star.
Catherine Bell reprises her bewitching role as Cassie Nightingale in this new series spinoff of several successful TV movies. The recently widowed Cassie's life with her teenage daughter, Grace (Bailee Madison), is complicated by a new neighbor, Dr. Sam Radford (James Denton, "Desperate Housewives"), who is alarmed that so many locals prefer Cassie's herbal treatments to his own medical practice. Catherine Disher and Peter MacNeill also star in the series premiere, "Starting Over... Again."
Also the source of a 1981 Brooke Shields movie that yielded a classic title song (no trace of which is found here), Scott Spencer's novel is the basis of this 2014 update starring Alex Pettyfer as a young man whose involvement with a former classmate (Gabriella Wilde) leads her to change her plans for her future. That makes her father (Bruce Greenwood) determined to break them up, with unforeseen results. Joely Richardson and Robert Patrick also star.
Shania: Still the One Live From Vegas
She's wrapped her two-year run as a Las Vegas headliner, but Shania Twain is seen taking the stage at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in this new special, offering highlights from her concerts as well as behind-the-scenes footage. Don't expect the most objective portrait, since Twain also is the executive producer here, but that likely won't matter to the country-crossover star's many fans. Highlights include -- brace yourself -- a flying motorcycle.
In a new episode called "A Marriage of Inconvenience," the King's (Ryan Gage) cousin is ambushed while traveling under Musketeer escort from Italy to Sweden to make a politically advantageous marriage for France. As the Musketeers rush to discover who is behind the attack, they learn that other figures at court also appear to be in danger. Are there enemies inside the palace walls themselves? Luke Pasqualino and Tom Burke also star.
Is the end of the world at hand? It seems so if you ask Ichabod (Tom Mison), who prepares for an all-out battle between the forces of good and evil in "The Akeda." Big choices, some of them of the life-or-death kind, have to be made as the fight proceeds. Nicole Beharie, Orlando Jones, Katia Winter, John Noble and Lyndie Greenwood also star.
Welcome to Sweetie Pie's
In the season premiere, "Jesus, Take the Wheel," business is booming at both restaurants, but when Miss Robbie returns from Memphis, she finds her kitchen in chaos and a bumbling team of new managers in charge. As she tries to restore balance and order to the operation, Tim's push for another restaurant puts Miss Robbie on edge.
Kobe Bryant's Muse
The 16-time NBA AllStar allowed an unprecedented level of access to his personal and professional life for this 105-minute film, which Bryant has described as less a documentary than "therapy on film." Footage spanning from Bryant's childhood to his career as a Los Angeles Laker enhance the project, an attempt by the hoops star to cement his legacy even as he contemplates his life after sports.
Emmy winner Jane Seymour guest stars as the wife Abe (Judd Hirsch) divorced, then remarried -- then divorced again -- in "The Ecstasy of the Agony." Though his head tells him one thing, his heart tells him another when she shows up again with a proposition. Henry and Jo (Ioan Gruffudd, Alana De La Garza) suspect a businessman's death may be connected to the particular type of therapist he had. Hilarie Burton ("One Tree Hill") also guest stars as said therapist.