Watch It: Here are some highlights of what to watch on TV this week:
8 PM on Channel 2
The Belgian's (guest star Richard Chamberlain) efforts to unravel the secrets of the Intersect lead Chuck, Sarah, Casey and Morgan (Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski, Adam Baldwin, Joshua Gomez) on a mission into the jungles of Southeast Asia. Back home, Awesome and Ellie (Ryan McPartlin, Sarah Lancaster) try to decipher a secret her father left behind. Scott Krinsky also stars in the new episode "Chuck Versus Phase Three." (PG)
9 PM on Channel 23
A handsome young man (guest star Hugo Becker) pursues Blair (Leighton Meester) in Paris. Lily (Kelly Rutherford) asks Serena (Blake Lively) to help her find Chuck (Ed Westwick), who has been missing for months. Juliet (guest star Katie Cassidy) offers to help Nate (Chace Crawford) win back Serena by rekindling Dan and Vanessa's (Penn Badgley, Jessica Szohr) romance. Matthew Settle also stars in "Double Identity." (14)
10 PM on Channel 2
Don't listen to him, girl! He's bad news! In this new episode, a dangerous fugitive (Steven Strait) promises his teenage girlfriend a life of romance, adventure and freedom from her father. To track them down before the worst happens, Annie (Kelli Giddish) has to deal with some family demons of her own on the way to earning the girl's trust. David Keith also guest stars in "Crazy Love." (14)
10 PM on HBO
Writer Fran Lebowitz offers her one-of-a-kind take on politics, popular culture and pet peeves in this new documentary from Oscar winner Martin Scorsese, who captures her on the streets of her beloved New York, in conversation at a West Village restaurant, and onstage with her friend and fellow writer Toni Morrison. (PG)
8 PM on Channel 29
The jury's still out on whether she'll be so glad they had this time together. Carol Burnett guest stars in this new episode as Sue's (Jane Lynch) mom, who's in town to see her and Jean (Robin Trocki). Maybe the visit will keep Sue away from the glee club, which has enough distractions in the form of new relationships and preparation for Sectionals. Matthew Morrison and Lea Michele also star in "Furt." (14)
9 PM on Channel 7
Dancing With the Stars
Whose footwork is fanciest? Whose moves are smoothest? That is up to the viewers and the judges to decide, and their chosen couple is crowned here in the season finale. Expect some eye-popping dance maneuvers as the results of all that training pay off for the winners. Whether you're excited or not will depend upon whether your favorite is still in the running. (PG)
10 PM on Channel 2
Some surprising news from Gordon (guest star William Baldwin) has Adam (Peter Krause) feeling worried about the future and torn between his work and family commitments. Camille and Amber (Bonnie Bedelia, Mae Whitman) bond over Thanksgiving preparations, but Drew (Miles Heizer) isn't thrilled that Gordon is coming to dinner. Julia (Erika Christensen) tries her hand at making pies in the new episode "Happy Thanksgiving." (PG)
8 PM on Channel 23
America's Next Top Model
Break time! The new episode "High Fashion Highlights" revisits what's happened so far in the show's 15th season Ñ or "cycle," as they call it these days. For those who missed any episodes, it's a chance to catch up, but there's something new for faithful viewers as well, in the form of bits that didn't make it to air.
8 PM on Channel 7
She wants them to talk about what? This can't end well. When Mike's (Neil Flynn) father and brother (John Cullum, Norm Macdonald) come over for Thanksgiving, Frankie is unimpressed with their strong, silent type act and urges them to share their feelings. Brick (Atticus Shaffer) is excited about the guest Bob (Chris Kattan) is bringing, and Sue (Eden Sher) is eager to start a new tradition in the kitchen in the new episode "Thanksgiving II." (PG)
10 PM and Midnight on SHOWTIME
With the Sprint Cup decided and all of NASCAR's other series wrapped up for the season, it's time for this show to do the same. Host Chris Myers and analysts Brad Daugherty, Randy Pemberton and Michael Waltrip look back on the highlights and lowlights and what's ahead for the next racing season. (PG)
9 AM on Channel 2
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Giant balloons, marching bands, Tom Turkey and Santa Ñ if it's Thanksgiving, it must be parade day in New York and probably at your house. The 84th edition of the ultimate Broadway show is slated to feature appearances by Miranda Cosgrove ("iCarly"), late-night host Jimmy Fallon, rapper Kanye West, Jessica Simpson and more. Meredith Vieira, Matt Lauer and Al Roker host the festivities.
8 PM on Channel 2
Taylor Swift: Speak Now
With her latest album, "Speak Now," making a big splash Ñ it sold a million copies in its first week Ñ the country superstar takes fans behind the scenes of the days surrounding the record's release. Two distinctive features of this particular album are the fact that Swift wrote all the songs and the timing of its release Ñ simultaneously all over the world.
8 and 10 PM on HALLMARK
Movie: The Town Christmas Forgot
"So where did you spend Christmas?" "Nowhere." In this new drama, a vehicle breakdown strands a family in a poor town Ñ yes, called Nowhere Ñ on the way to a ski vacation. When one of the locals decides to boost everyone's spirits with a Christmas pageant, the unwilling visitors lend their talents and learn Ñ say it with us Ñ the true meaning of the holiday. Lauren Holly, Rick Roberts, Torri Webster and Azer Greco, Holly's real-life son, star. (PG)
9:30 PM on Channel 7
Beyonce's: I Am... World Tour
Taylor Swift can be thankful that Kanye West is on this special and not hers. It follows the singer through several stops on her 32-country tour with performance footage and glimpses behind the scenes. In addition to West, Beyonce's husband, Jay-Z, also makes a guest appearance. (PG)
8 PM on TCM
Movie: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
One of Italian director Sergio Leone's classic "spaghetti Westerns" about the poncho-wearing, man-of-few-words Man With No Name (Clint Eastwood), this lengthy and gritty 1967 saga forces the antihero to team up with two unlikely partners (Lee Van Cleef, Eli Wallach) to find a chest containing vast riches during the Civil War. Composer Ennio Morricone's instrumental theme song became a major chart hit.
9 PM on HISTORY
They aren't exactly modern, but they are marvelous. The new episode "Dogs" brings that home with a fascinating look inside the canine body and brain and the ways in which humans have harnessed dogs' natural instincts and their ability to learn complex tasks. You'll gain a new appreciation for man's best friend after watching this.
10 PM on Channel 4
Want some moral ambiguity with that badge? A criminal is terrorizing the city's subway riders, and a good Samaritan Ñ who happens to have a criminal record Ñ has taken matters into his own hands and gone after the baddie, forcing the Reagans to weigh the rights and wrongs of vigilantism in "Samaritan." Tom Selleck and Donnie Wahlberg star. (PG)
8 PM on HGTV
Genevieve's Holiday Home
Dear Genevieve: Heeeelp! The Jimenezes have just moved into their first home, and they're planning to have 25 family members and friends over for a holiday celebration. Design guru Genevieve Gorder steps in to transform their kitchen, dining room and living room with a festive flair. This new special also gives viewers a peek inside Genevieve's holiday preparations at her own home. (G)
8 PM on TCM
Movie: A Star Is Born
Judy Garland gives what many consider the performance of her career as Esther Blodgett, aka Mrs. Norman Maine, who sees her show business career skyrocket as that of her alcoholic husband (James Mason) takes a nose dive. George Cukor's 1954 musical earned Oscar nominations for both Garland and Mason, as well as nods for costume design, musical scoring and the song "The Man That Got Away." Other melodies include "Born in a Trunk" and "Swanee."
9 and 11 PM on Animal Planet
There'll be a spelling test after this new episode, which profiles the Kooikerhondje, a Dutch working dog Rembrandt liked to paint, as well as the feisty little affenpinscher, gentle giant Leonberger, Tibetan mastiff and Dandie Dinmont terrier. Also on tap is a play date between a very large dog and a very small one. (PG)
10 PM on FOOD
Ace of Cakes Holidays on Icing
This new special finds the bakery's staff getting ready for the holidays by chopping down a tree, decorating ornaments and playing secret Santa while Duff makes a batch of eggnog. But when trouble befalls a bride's snowflake cake, it's back to work.
8 and 10 PM on FAMILY
Movie: The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation
The Bannister family's plans for a joyous holiday vacation with their pooch, Zeus (voice of Mario Lopez), are derailed by the arrival of an obnoxious relative (Casper Van Dien) and his new poodle, Bella (voice of Paris Hilton), with whom Zeus immediately falls head over paws in love, in this follow-up to the hit 2009 TV movie "The Dog Who Saved Christmas." Elisa Donovan also stars. (PG)
9 and 11:30 PM on E!
Twelve brides-to-be who want plastic surgery compete in wedding-themed challenges to achieve their perfect day Ñ as well as a perfect body to walk down the aisle Ñ in this new competitive reality series. Shanna Moakler is host. (14)
9 PM on Channel 4
Movie: November Christmas
In this new Hallmark Hall of Fame production, the citizens of a small Rhode Island community work together to help a couple bring the holidays, from Halloween to Christmas, to their gravely ill 8-year-old daughter several weeks early. Sam Elliott, John Corbett, Karen Allen, Sarah Paulson and Emily Alyn Lind star. (PG)