Sunday at 8 p.m. on Hallmark

Lucy Freers is a struggling children's book editor and mother who turns sleuth when her neighbor, the trophy wife of a popular sitcom star, is found dead in Lucy's pool.

Their Beverly Hills, Calif., community is full of suspects, including Lucy's husband, a down-on-his-luck film producer who once had an affair with the victim.

Lucy decides to find the killer herself, but that task proves to be full of challenges in this campy whodunit that mocks life in Hollywood Hills.

Justine Bateman ("Family Ties") stars as Lucy. George Hamilton, Angie Everhart, Andrew McCarthey, Elizabeth Pena and Holliston Coleman co-star in the movie based on the book by Lindsay Maracotta.


Sunday at 9 p.m. on A&E

This new one-hour reality special tracks party promoter John Huntington as he opens Hart and Huntington, which claims to be the first tattoo parlor in a Las Vegas casino.

The shop's opening serves as an opportunity to document the goings-on at a tattoo parlor, to discover why people decide to permanently decorate their bodies and to hear the stories behind the eccentric personalities that perform the procedure for a living.


Monday at 9 p.m.

on Lifetime

Mary-Louise Parker, Aidan Quinn, Zac Efron and Thomas Lewis star in this two-hour original movie about autism that was inspired by a true story.

As they begin high school, twins Steven and Phillip's talents start to emerge even as they're being harassed by school bullies. Despite their obstacles, the teenagers excel in sports and music.

Their mother tries to find the balance between protecting the boys and allowing them to lead their own lives.


Wednesday at 9 p.m. on Spike

Taye Diggs hosts this two-hour look at 52 irresistible women from around the world. The eclectic group includes athletes, actors, singers and models who have the total package -- not just beauty, but intelligence and pleasant personalities.

Among the picks are Jessica Simpson, Tina Fey and Alexandra Kerry, daughter of presidential candidate John Kerry.

Music producer Wyclef, NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., Gene Simmons and Roger Clemens are among the fellas offering commentaries.


Thursday at 9:30 p.m. on HBO

In spring 2003, filmmaker James Miller and reporter Saira Shah set out to get a firsthand look at the violence that permeates the Middle East. But Miller became a victim of that violence when he was shot and killed by an Israeli tank while he carried a white flag

in the darkness on May 2.

No one has been held accountable for Miller's death, which was recorded by another film crew.

This "America Undercover" presentation tells Miller's story and that of the Palestinian children he and Shah (Peabody Award-winners for films "Unholy Wars" and "Beneath the Veil") interviewed before his death.

The filmmakers documented the lives of three Palestinian children in Gaza -- 12-year-old boys Ahmed and Mohammed and 16-year-old Najla, a girl -- who lived by the creed of Jihad. By interviewing the next generation, Miller and Shah had hoped to discover how youngsters become willing participants in the conflict. Their plan was to document the Israeli side next.

Food serves up summer shows

Sunday from 9-10:30 p.m. on Food

On Sunday, the Food network serves up a trio of appetizing specials to help wannabe hosts plan the perfect summer gatherings.

Ina Garten shares her ideas for relaxing summer evenings in Barefoot Contessa: Summer Entertaining at 9 p.m.

At 10 p.m., salmon, potato salad and tomatoes are on the menu when Paula Deen (above) hosts an entire event from setting the table to serving blueberry tarts for dessert in Paula's Home Cooking: Summer Entertaining.

Everyday Italian: Grilling, in which Giada De Laurentiis throws an al fresco party, airs at 10:30 p.m.