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November 27, 2011

SUNDAY

Now departing on Track 1, the "2011 Soul Train Awards." Cedric the Entertainer is your host; performers include Natalie Cole, Common and Cee Lo Green, and Gladys Knight and Earth, Wind & Fire receive career honors. (9 p.m. BET)

So he got the boot on "DWTS"; that's just part of "Being Chaz." The transgender son of Sonny Bono and Cher is profiled in this new follow-up documentary, followed by the similarly themed special "I Am Jazz: A Family in Transition." (OWN, 8 and 9 p.m.)

MONDAY

Ladies, if a stranger approaches you and says he can help you launch a lucrative career as a fashion model, it's probably an offer you can and should refuse … unless you've just been "Scouted," like the young women featured in this new docu-series. (E!, 10 p.m.)

TUESDAY

There goes the judge: Bill Pullman is one seriously imprudent jurist in "Scott Turow's Innocent," a new made-for-cable mystery movie based on the novelist's sequel to his bestseller "Presumed Innocent." Marcia Gay Harden also stars. (TNT, 9 p.m.)

WEDNESDAY

After the season premiere of "Hot in Cleveland," it's the debut of "The Exes." "Scrubs'" Donald Faison, "Seinfeld's" Wayne Knight and "3rd Rock From the Sun's" Kristen Johnston star in this new divorced-themed sitcom.

(TV Land, 10 and 10:30 p.m.)

THURSDAY

Ask not what your community can do for you; ask what you can do for "Community." Start watching it, because this underappreciated but super-clever sitcom is slated for hiatus – never a good sign. As Abed would say, "Six seasons and a movie!" (NBC, 8 p.m.)

FRIDAY

In the new reality series "Starving Secrets With Tracey Gold," the onetime child star – of "Growing Pains" fame – shares her struggles with anorexia while providing aid and comfort to others suffering with their own eating disorders. (Lifetime, 10 p.m.)

SATURDAY

From the twisted mind of Philip K. Dick comes — a fun-and-flirty romantic fantasy? Matt Damon and Emily Blunt meet cute only to run afoul of "The Adjustment Bureau" in this 2011 reworking of one of the sci-fi writer's short stories. (HBO, 8 p.m.)

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