In orbit Howard (Simon Helberg, left) is drawn into an argument at home in… (Sonja Flemming / CBS )
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This week's TV Movies
Last Resort: The crew of a U.S. submarine runs afoul of a global conspiracy when it refuses to follow orders to launch its nuclear missiles in this thrilling new series (8 p.m. ABC).
Live From Lincoln Center: Violinist Itzhak Perlman and the New York Philharmonic performin the season premiere (8 p.m. KOCE).
Two and a Half Men: The raunchy comedy returns for another new series without Charlie Sheen (8:30 p.m. CBS).
Up All Night: With Chris and Scott (Will Arnett, Luka Jones) busy launching their new business, Reagan (Christina Applegate) tries to adjust to her new stay-at-home mom status. Maya Rudolph also stars (8:30 p.m. NBC).
The Office: Pam's (Jenna Fischer) former fiance (David Denman) is getting married in the season premiere. John Krasinski, Rainn Wilson and Ellie Kemper also star (9 p.m. NBC).
Grey's Anatomy: The season premiere picks up several months after the plane crash in last season's finale (9 p.m. ABC).
Parks and Recreation: Leslie (Amy Poehler) is lobbying for a tax on supersized sodas in an attempt to curb obesity. Rob Lowe, Chris Pratt and Adam Scott also star in the season premiere (9:30 p.m. NBC).
Rock Center With Brian Williams: The news magazine returns for a new season (10 p.m. NBC).
Louie: Louie (Louis CK) struggles through the holidays in the comedy's season finale (10 p.m. FX).
Elementary: Jonny Lee Miller portrays Sherlock Holmes and Lucy Liu is cast as Watson in this new series (10 p.m. CBS).
Scandal: The drama returns for a new season (10 p.m. ABC).
Baseball: The Chicago Cubs visit the Colorado Rockies (Noon WGN A); the Seattle Mariners visit the Angels (12:30 p.m. FSN); the Dodgers visit the San Diego Padres (7 p.m. KCAL)
Women's basketball: WNBA Playoffs: The New York Liberty visits the Connecticut Sun (5 p.m. ESPN2); the San Antonio Silver Stars visit the Sparks (7 p.m. ESPN2).
College football: Stanford at Washington (6 p.m. ESPN).