Frosty the Snowman (8pm, CBS) - Jimmy Durante narrates this animated tale of a warmhearted snowman who comes to life and must then make his way to the North Pole before temperatures warm the rest of him. "Frosty Returns" airs just after this, followed by "Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus," and "Elf on a Shelf: An Elf's Story."
Chuck (8pm, NBC) - An undercover mission spins around an extreme computer virus, an oddball cult and Chuck's hacker past. Meanwhile, a new Buy More staff arrives and adds a new dynamic to Jeff and Lester's bond. Zachary Levi, who plays Chuck, directed the episode.
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (8pm, ABC) - The team travels to Maryland to help the family of a teen who lost his hand in an accident, and who is someone who has given to his family and community in many selfless ways. Two hours.
Grimm (9pm, NBC) - In an episode called "The Three Bad Wolves," an arson case exposes a family feud, and Monroe confronts people from his troubled past.
Boss (10pm, Starz) - In tonight's first season finale, the governor's race is a tight one, with Mayor Kane (Kelsey Grammer) trying to work his political magic. Also, Emma's world is rocked and Meredith tries to prove her loyalty to her husband. Glad this show is getting a second season despite disappointing ratings. It's definitely worth checking out.
Starving Secrets with Tracey Gold (10pm, Lifetime) - Tracey tries to help a woman whose battle with anorexia threatens to end her marriage, and a woman struggling with bulimia who turned to crime to support her eating disorder.