Rogue Justice (8pm, CNN) - A new documentary examining trouble in the North Carolina state justice system. This repeats at 11pm.
Screen Actors Guild Awards (8pm, TNT and TBS) - Outstanding film and TV performances are honored in the 17th annual gala from Los Angeles. Ernest Borgnine will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award. And for you sensitive types, no snarky Brits will be hosting.
Downton Abbey (9pm, UNC-TV) - The conclusion of the first season of this excellent Masterpiece Theatre series finds a surprising heir alternative to Matthew (Dan Stevens, right) coming to the fore. Also, Sybil's secret political life causes her harm, Anna investigates Mr. Bates' past while in London with Mrs. Patmore, Mary meddles with Edith's romantic plans, and Thomas plans his exit strategy.
Big Love (9pm, HBO) - Christmas becomes a trying time for the Henricksons in the face of shocking disclosures from Barb, Margene, and Adaleen. Meanwhile, Cara Lynn digs deeper into the disappearance of her father, and Lura goes to extremes to avoid Alby's purification measures at Juniper Creek.
The Lost Valentine (9pm, CBS) - A Hallmark Hall of Fame movie about a dogged TV reporter (Jennifer Love Hewitt) who finds her own love life changed when she profiles a World War II widow (Betty White) who continues to honor the memory of her Navy pilot husband 65 years after he was declared missing in action. Also stars Billy Magnussen, a 2007 graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts. See our review.
Californication (9pm, Showtime) - Hank learns from his attorney that his statutory rape case is going to trial. Meanwhile, Karen and Marcy buy a home-pregnancy test to see if Marcy is with child.
Episodes (9:30pm, Showtime) - Beverly and Sean rescue a drunken Matt from a bar outside of LA and attempt to shield him from the paparazzi.