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Monday's TV Highlights: 'Most Expensive Hollywood Divorces' on TV Guide

January 06, 2013|By Matt Cooper
  • The breakup of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' marriage is one of the "Most Expensive Hollywood Divorces" featured in this new special at 9 p.m. on TV Guide.
The breakup of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' marriage is one of the "Most… (Evan Agostini / AP )

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This week's TV Movies  


omg! Insider: The entertainment newsmagazine formerly known as "The Insider" gets a makeover (7:30 p.m. CBS).

The Bachelor: "The Bachelorette's" Sean Lowe will be the one handing out the roses this time around as romance-themed reality competition returns (8 p.m. ABC).

Antiques Roadshow: Corpus Christi, Texas is the first stop as this series launches a new season (8 p.m. KOCE).

Switched at Birth: Bay (Vanessa Marano) is accused of cheating as the family returns for season two (8 p.m. ABC Family).

Bunheads: The dance-themed drama is back for another season (8 p.m. ABC Family).

The Layover with Anthony Bourdain: Dublin, Ireland is the destination in this new installment (9 p.m. Travel).

The Mob Doctor: The short-lived medical/crime drama offers its series finale (9:01 p.m. Fox).

Deception: A San Francisco police detective (Meagan Good) goes undercover to investigate the death of a wealthy childhood friend in this new drama (10 p.m. NBC).

POV: The documentary "Reportero" details the dangers faced by crusading journalists plying their trade on the mean streets of Tijuana, Mexico (10 p.m. KOCE).


Spirit of the Beehive: The 1931 horror classic "Frankenstein" figures into this allegorical 1973 drama set in 1940s-era Spain (7:30 p.m. TCM).

The Descendants: George Clooney stars in Alex Payne's Hawaii-set dramedy (8 p.m. Cinemax).

Valley Girl: Deborah Foreman hooks up with Nicolas Cage in this tune-filled 1983 romp (8 p.m. Encore).


Basketball: The Cavaliers challenge the Bulls (5 p.m. WGN America).

College football: Alabama battles Notre Dame for the BCS National Championship (5:30 p.m. ESPN).

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