Rob Lowe and Sam Neill, as detective partners on the NYPD, get entangled in the fancy world of bribes, loose cash, beautiful women and jet-set lifestyles in the TNT film "Framed," debuting Sunday at 8 p.m.

Alicia Coppola, Peter MacNeill and Dorian Harewood also star in the movie in which Lowe, a bright young detective, is put back into uniform for five years when his partner, Neill, takes a bribe.

When Lowe finds his old colleague hiding out in the Bahamas, he pulls him back to New York for a trial and his own vindication. But Neill begins to pull Lowe into his masterfully woven web of deception hoping to implicate him in this psychological thriller where truth and lies become indistinguishable.

Lowe recently left the cast of "The West Wing," where he had played the role of Sam Seaborn since the hit NBC drama debuted in 1999.

Sunday on Showtime at 8 p.m. the debut of "Out of the Ashes" starring Christine Lahti as Gisella Perl, a Jewish doctor who came to the United States after surviving the Holocaust. Bruce Davison, the late Richard Crenna and Beau Bridges co-star in the film based on Perl's book.

Monday on Lifetime at 8 p.m. the premiere of the new Lifetime series "What Should You Do," offering valuable information on what to do in dire emergencies. Situations covered include such things as being caught in an avalanche to having to treat someone with a slashed throat. Those on hand to offer tips include Candice DeLong, author and 20-year veteran of the FBI, emergency room medical expert Winnie King and former Marine Charles Ingram.

Tuesday on The History Channel at 8 p.m., the premiere of "Shipwrecks: Cape Cod" documents the heavy maritime traffic into and out of Boston and the shifting underwater shoals that caused thousands of shipwrecks off the coast of Cape Cod dating back to 1626.

Tuesday on A&E Network at 9 p.m. "Cold Case Files" offers two segments. In one case, an investigator follows a tip and establishes that a death believed to have resulted from an auto accident was really murder. In the second, the work of a firearms expert solves a four-decade-old homicide. In both instances, convictions were obtained.

Wednesday on TLC at 10 p.m. the premiere of "Gameheadz." Since the first Pong machine 30 years ago, computers have become the world's second-largest entertainment industry after music and ahead of movies. The program profiles how playing video games has grown into a familiar household activity.

Saturday on WE: Women's Entertainment at 6:30 p.m. the debut of the second season of "Winning Women," hosted by extreme sports competitor Alexandra Paul featuring women challenging nature, mountains and surf.