Tonight, Mark Steines hosts the 86th annual Miss America pageant (TLC at 8) live from Las Vegas.
Jim Nantz and Daisy Fuentes host "Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials 2008" (Channel 9 at 8), which ranks the top 10 ads to ever debut during the Big Game.
The NBC sitcom "Just Shoot Me!" begins in syndication on TV Land with a 16-hour marathon starting at 9.
Laura Leighton stars in the TV movie "Daniel's Daughter" (Hallmark Channel at 9) as a New York career woman who returns to her Massachusetts home town to fulfill her estranged father's last wish.
The British series "Torchwood" (BBC America at 9) returns for a second season with the team continuing its time-traveling adventures.
"Christina Aguilera Back to Basics Tour: Live and Down Under" (VH1 at 10) features the singer performing in a concert taped last summer in Australia.
Sunday morning roundup: "Fox News Sunday" (Channel 5 at 9) interviews Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee; "The Chris Matthews Show" (Channel 4 at 10) has the Chicago Tribune's Clarence Page, the New York Times' Elisabeth Bumiller, New York magazine's John Heilemann and BBC's Katty Kay; "This Week" (Channel 7 at 10) features candidate Barack Obama; "Meet the Press" (Channel 4, 10:30) interviews candidate John McCain; and "Face the Nation" (Channel 9, 10:30) has candidates Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani.
"Late Edition" (CNN at 11) features Gen. David Petraeus, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and candidates Mitt Romney and Huckabee.
Tomorrow night, Amber Tamblyn stars in "The Russell Girl" (Channel 9 at 9) as an aspiring medical student who goes home to confront a difficult period from her past.
The 14th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (TBS and TNT at 8), live from Los Angeles, honor the best in TV and film. So far, this is the only awards show of the season that stars are not boycotting because of the writers' strike. Both E! and TV Guide Channel will provide red-carpet coverage beginning at 6 p.m.
"Fight Science" (National Geographic Channel at 8) is a new series about the science behind the athletic capabilities of mixed-martial-arts fighters.
"Behind the Great Wall" (Discovery Channel at 9) recounts the building of the 3,000-mile-long structure in China.
"Touchdown! The Patriots and the Business of Winning" (CNBC at 10) profiles the NFL's dominant franchise and its owner, Robert Kraft.
"Masterpiece" (Channels 22 and 26 at 9) presents a new version of Jane Austen's "Mansfield Park."
-- John Maynard