Drop Dead Gorgeous

(3-5 p.m., COM) - A satire about a teen beauty pageant - Isn't that redundant? This comedy of killer babes who would kill for the tiara stars Denise Richards and Kirsten Dunst as the contestants, and Kirstie Alley and Ellen Barkin as their moms, a Midwestern hypocrite and a trailer-trash trollop.

NFL Legends: Brady, Manning, Favre

(5-6 p.m., 6ABC) - NFL fans have had the privilege of watching three all-time great players perform in the same era, and they're still going strong. This NFL Films special highlights the lifelong road that the Indianapolis Colts' Peyton Manning, the New England Patriots' Tom Brady, and the Green Bay Packers' Brett Favre have traveled to the top of their profession, and includes interviews with all three, their families and their teammates.

Snowglobe

(8-10 p.m., FAM) - If you've ever lamented the fact that your family is nothing like a Norman Rockwell painting, especially around the holidays, you'll feel Angela's (Christina Milian) pain. The heroine of this new fantasy, she comes into possession of a magical snow globe and is transported into the perfect happy-holiday world within. But you just know a lesson about what's

really

important is coming.

Dreamgirls

(8-10 p.m., HBO) - It took a long time to reach the screen, but writer-director Bill Condon's adaptation was worth the wait. Beyonce Knowles has her best film role yet as the central vocalist in a 1960s girl group, and Jamie Foxx also does sterling work as their manager. Still, the cast standouts are Eddie Murphy as a soul-music superstar and Jennifer Hudson, the

American Idol

veteran who earned an Oscar for the film.