On TV this weekend
Teach, 8 p.m., CBS A special from Waiting for Superman's Davis Guggenheim follows teachers in fourth grade, middle school and high school to show our public school system is only successful because of dedicated instructors. Good thing parents and politicians are so supportive.
Dear Dumb Diary, 8 p.m., Hallmark A middle-schooler's inner fantasies become real after she writes them down in her diary in an adaptation of a children's book series. We're guessing a successful and sustainable public-school system isn't among her wishes.
Strike Back, 10 p.m., Cinemax Dalton runs off with a detainee in an attempt to find the truth. We're sure the feds will be totally okay with that.
SERIES PREMIERE Hello Ross, 10 p.m., E! Red-carpet host Ross Matthews gets his own version of a trends talk show in which people can tweet or email or whatever in a vain attempt to get in on the discussion. Because we all care about your opinion on Kim Kardashian's baby.
Cupcake Wars, 8 p.m., Food Network Jessica Alba is a guest judge tonight, trying to convince everyone she actually eats cupcakes. You aren't fooling anyone, even with two kids, Jess.
SERIES FINALE Do No Harm, 10 p.m., NBC Jason gets a powerful anesthetic during brain surgery that gives him flashbacks. Like when he thought this show had what it takes to stay on the air.
SEASON PREMIERE Six Little McGhees, 10 p.m., OWN Wow, there are six kids. What a riveting show!
SERIES PREMIERE Last Tango in Halifax, 8 p.m., PBS (check local listings) A British romantic dramedy about childhood sweethearts who get back together in their 70s. That's much sweeter than gangsters in Jersey. Speaking of which …
SEASON PREMIERE Boardwalk Empire, 9 p.m., HBO Some new characters join Nucky, most notably Ron Livingston from Office Space and Band of Brothers. Then the killers start killin'.
— Joshua Gillin email@example.com