* Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution (9/8c ABC)
Rising childhood obesity rates in America have health experts predicting that today's generation of kids is the first in over two centuries expected to live a shorter life than their parents. British chef Jamie Oliver is on a mission to change that. This eye-opening series documents his attempts to transform the eating habits of people in Huntington, W.Va., which has been called the unhealthiest city in America. If you missed Sunday's sneak peek of this worthwhile series, the premiere repeats at 8/7c, followed by an all-new episode in its regular time slot at 9/8c.
* Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars (8/7c Disney Channel)
Jennifer Stone (Wizards of Waverly Place) stars in this 2010 contemporary twist on the popular Harriet the Spy character. Harriet wants to be the official blogger at her high school, but an archrival (Vanessa Morgan) stands in her way. To decide which one will claim the coveted title, the girls engage in a month-long blog war to win support among their classmates, and Harriet believes she has an advantage. Her movie producer dad is filming a teen musical, and Harriet plans to get the inside scoop on the movie's hot teen star.
It's hard to envy Zoe Graystone (Alessandra Torresani). Her real-life alter ego died when her boyfriend blew up a train, her own mother publicly blamed her for the bombing, her digitized soul is trapped in a Frankenstein's monster-like robot, and her dad is bent on hitting a reset button that can end her existence. It may not be much of a life, but the ghost-in-the-machine makes an effort to keep on living while the Barnabas-Clarice clash heats up in the mid-season finale.
* Dr. G: America's Most Shocking Cases (9/8c Discovery Health)
It is, indeed, sad news to hear that a newborn has died, just as it is outright shocking to hear that the baby's mom might be culpable. "Dr. G" Jan Garavaglia boldly takes us down this macabre path in the opener of the series examining compelling American autopsies, including the death of literary heavyweight Sherwood Anderson.
* Chandon Pictures (9/8c Sundance Channel)
Rob Carlton created, wrote, co-directed and stars in this wifty Australian-sitcom import about documentary filmmakers who moonlight as wedding and special-event videographers. "Documenteur" Tom Chandon (Carlton) hasn't produced a feature film since the forgettable Oh No, Bonzo: The Clown That Killed a Kid, so he's always on the lookout for a controversial subject. And he may just have found "an Australian family classic" when the company is hired to shoot the wedding of a couple who happen to be cousins.