(7-9 p.m., S-F) - Graphic makeup effects make this gruesomely effective, yet darkly humorous, 2003 thriller a questionable after-dinner attraction. Several college friends head for a remote cabin to take a break from their studies - and contract a flesh-eating virus, the effects of which become apparent quickly. Stars include Jordan Ladd and Rider Strong (
Boy Meets World
9th Annual A Home for the Holidays
(8-9 p.m., CBS3) - The timing of this annual special promoting adoption is understandable; it's the time of year when everyone supposedly is thinking about family. The show gets a thumbs-up for the good tunes and the success stories. Sheryl Crow, James Blunt and Reba McEntire are among those slated to perform.
Women's Murder Club
(9-10 p.m., 6ABC) - The death of an elderly woman smuggling a balloon full of heroin from Mexico leads the women to her retirement home, where there's a whole lotta shady dealin' goin' on - and not just of the drug variety. Jill (Laura Harris) makes a big decision about Luke (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) and counsels Tom (Rob Estes) about wedding plans in "Grannies, Drugs and Love Mints."
Under the Mistletoe
(9-11 p.m., LIFE) - There's no science fiction in the story line of this 2006 romantic drama, but sci-fi fans might want to check it out for the two leads:
franchise alumni Jaime Ray Newman (
) and Michael Shanks (
). Newman plays a young widow whose love life is shaken up by a radio contest, thanks to her son and a friend (Burkely Duffield, Ingrid Torrance).
Diary of a Mad Black Woman