"Guiding Light" (3 p.m., CBS): The venerable daytime drama looks back 70 years to its radio days -- where the soap opera genre began -- and the show's move to TV in 1952. This anniversary show traces
"Guiding Light" (3 p.m., CBS): The venerable daytime drama looks back 70 years to its radio days -- where the soap opera genre began -- and the show's move to TV in 1952. This anniversary show traces the saga of the Bauers, the program's first family, as well as other residents who added to the plot twists in the fictitious town of Springfield. The program, which includes previously unaired footage, will feature current cast members portraying past characters who were part of the program's early days.
"Friends of God: A Road Trip with Alexandra Pelosi" (9 p.m., HBO): The estimated 50 million to 80 million evangelical Christians living in America today are a formidable force in its culture and democracy. But just who are they? And how do they live their faith? To find out, filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi hit the road. Her yearlong cross-country trek led to encounters with leaders of the evangelical community including recently disgraced Pastor Ted Haggard and superstar TV minister Joel Osteen, whose Houston arena holds a flock of 16,000. Pelosi, daughter of California Congresswoman now Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, also found evangelical faith reflected in the Christian Wrestling Federation, among Cruisers for Christ (a car club), and by fans of Brad Stine, "America's Christian Comedian," who packs churches with his act. "Grey's Anatomy" (9 p.m., ABC): Apparently one of the Seattle Grace doctors on "Grey's Anatomy" gets a proposal tonight. We don't know who, exactly, the doctor is, and we wouldn't tell you if we did know. Let's just watch and find out.
"Pros vs. Joes" (10 p.m., Spike TV): For a second season, everyday joes face some of the world's best pros in a variety of sports.