A new production of "Swan Lake" airs on PBS, and Hilary Swank and her famous friends play charades on AMC. Kelly Macdonald stars in HBO's "The Girl in the Cafe." ABC Family corrals "Wildfire," and Lifetime offers "cyber seduction." The American Film Institute salutes Hollywood's most memorable movie lines, and George Lucas is honored on USA and Bravo. Check out our guide to finding your favorite films. And Kathy Hilton brings a touch of class to a group of would-be socialites in a new reality show.

JOJO'S CIRCUS

Monday at 7:30 p.m. on Disney

"A Circus Town Wedding," a special prime-time episode of "JoJo's Circus," helps explain to preschoolers the customs of a wedding celebration.

It also deals with the merger of two families as JoJo's friend Maya wonders how her life will be affected when her father remarries.

WILDFIRE

Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC Family

A teenager, played by Genevieve Cortese, struggles to turn her life around after serving time at a juvenile-detention center. Her talent with horses is recognized by a volunteer and local trainer (Greg Serano), who arranges a job for her at a ranch. The two-hour debut will be followed by 11 one-hour episodes.

CELEBRITY CHARADES

Monday at 9 p.m. on AMC

From the minds of Hilary Swank, Chad Lowe and Bob Balaban comes a show in which famous friends gather for a night of movie-themed charades.

The participants -- among them Bebe Neuwirth, Carson Kressley, Ana Gasteyer, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Rosie Perez -- play for their favorite charities.

CYBER SEDUCTION: HIS SECRET LIFE

Monday at 9 p.m. on Lifetime

Jeremy Sumpter and Kelly Lynch star in an original movie about a popular high-school student whose addiction to Web porn consumes his life and causes tension in his family.

Lyndsy Fonseca plays his girlfriend.

GREAT PERFORMANCES

DANCE IN AMERICA: SWAN LAKE

Monday at 9 p.m. on PBS

American Ballet Theatre's visually stunning new production stars Gillian Murphy as the Swan Queen and Angel Corella as her suitor, Prince Siegfried.

Set to one of Tchaikovsky's most enduring scores, the story of a young man's love and eventual betrayal made its debut in 1877 at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow and has become one of the most popular classical ballets.

This production, recorded in high-definition television before an audience at the Kennedy Center, was conceived by ABT's artistic director, Kevin McKenzie, to benefit from tape-editing.

HIMALAYA WITH MICHAEL PALIN

Monday at 9 p.m. on Travel Channel

Michael Palin ("Around the World in 80 Days," "Monty Python") visits India, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and Burma for this six-part series. He begins his journey at historic Khyber Pass overlooking Afghanistan. Traveling by steam train, he heads north to view a polo match played two miles above sea level.

A second installment airs at 10 p.m.

afi lifetime achievement award:

George Lucas

Monday at 9 p.m. on USA

The man who created the "Star Wars" universe, from its earliest film versions to its current theatrical run, is honored by the American Film Institute. Lucas's work also includes the "Indiana Jones" films as well as "American Graffiti." The program repeats Thursday at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

AFI'S 100 YEARS . . .

100 MOVIE QUOTES: AMERICA'S GREATEST QUIPS, COMEBACKS

AND CATCHPHRASES

Tuesday at 8 p.m. on CBS

The most famous lines from films such as "Gone With the Wind," "Casablanca," "The Godfather" and "Top Gun," among others, are featured in this salute to Hollywood's memorable words.

Pierce Brosnan, who coolly uttered "The name is Bond, James Bond" in 1995's "GoldenEye," hosts.

wet sand: voices from L.A.

Thursday at 10 p.m. on WETA

Thirteen years after Los Angeles was rocked by civil unrest, this documentary looks at the riots and their aftermath.

With archival footage and interviews, director Dai Sil Kim-Gibson presents a picture of the city on April 29, 1992.

The rioting began after a jury's acquittal of the police officers whose beating of motorist Rodney King was captured on videotape. But the program contends that the community's existing problems of poverty and racism were factors as well.

THE GIRL IN THE CAFE

Saturday at 8 p.m. on HBO

In this original movie, Bill Nighy plays a hard-working but timid civil servant who has a life-changing relationship with a shy and mysterious girl (Kelly Macdonald) he meets in a cafe.

The two outsiders become dramatically, comically and tragically entwined as world powers come together at the G8 summit.

Programming

Fit for Dad's Day

XIARA'S SONG

Sunday at 7 p.m. on Cinemax

This documentary follows 7-year-old Xiara, who struggles to stay connected to her father while he serves a prison sentence that will keep him locked up until she is 17.

Meanwhile, her mother is trying to keep Xiara from following him down the self-destructive path that led to his incarceration.

Xiara is one of about 1.5 million American children with a parent in prison.

DECONSTRUCTION:

SCIENCE OF THE BACKYARD

Sunday at 9 p.m. on Science Channel

Host Steve Hanneman takes a humorous and informative approach to yard care, offering insight into the best time to mow the lawn and tend plants, how compost works and how to keep your deck in top shape.

TRUE DADS

Sunday at 10 p.m. on Spike

Bruce Willis hosts a one-hour

special documenting the joys of fatherhood in America.

AMERICAN CHOPPER MARATHON

Sunday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., on Discovery

Celebrate Father's Day with hours of action-packed episodes of the unscripted series that captures the daily drama at Orange County Choppers, a bike shop in New York.

Returning Series

Rescue Me,

Tuesday at 10 p.m.

on FX. Denis Leary is back for Season 2.

Phil of the Future, Saturday at 6:30 p.m. on Disney.