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Tonight's TV Hot List: Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009 - Featured


* Steven Seagal: Lawman (10/9c A&E)


Steven Seagal made his action-hero debut in 1988's Above the Law and became known on screen as an enforcer with martial-arts skills and a passion for doing the right thing. In this new reality show, viewers see Seagal as, well, an enforcer with martial-arts skills and a passion for doing the right thing. The series follows his work as a deputy sheriff in Louisiana and begins with Seagal and his team apprehending a carjacker.


* Christmas in Rockefeller Center (8/7c NBC)


Hosts Jane Krakowski and Zachary Levi flip the light fantastic at the 77th annual lighting of the famed Christmas tree in Manhattan. It's beginning to sound a lot like Christmas when slated performers Michael Bublé, Aretha Franklin, Alicia Keys, Barry Manilow, the Roots and Shakira render holiday tunes and current hits. Also illuminating the event are appearances by newsman Brian Williams and actors Taylor Schilling and James Tupper, both of NBC drama Mercy.


* Grammy Nominations Concert Live! - Countdown to Music's Biggest Night (9/8c CBS)


Several key 2010 Grammy nominations are announced on this music-filled special hosted by LL Cool J. But the nods may take a backseat to what promises to be tomorrow's leading chatter on the social-networking sites: the debut of Nick Jonas and the Administration, the youngest JoBro's new band, performing "Who I Am." Other top acts on tap: the Black Eyed Peas; Sugarland; and Maxwell.


* Top Chef: Las Vegas (10/9c Bravo)


The tension is piping hot in Part 1 of the two-part Season 6 finale, whetting all appetites for next week's crowning of the winning chef. The scene shifts from Sin City to Napa Valley, Calif., where the four remaining contestants try to seal the deal with an ideal meal in the penultimate challenge. Stepping up to the plate (and sporting interesting new hairstyles) are Kevin Gillespie, Jennifer Carroll and the Voltaggio brothers - serious Bryan and cocky Michael - who are taking sibling rivalry and scrambled egos to the next level.


* Nip/Tuck (10/9c FX)


Christian and Kimber: It's a relationship that just won't die. Or live. Two weeks ago she was engaged to Mike Hamoui; last week she wasn't, and guess who was back in the picture. For how long? How long do you think? Sleeping with your grandchild's mother is creepy anyhow. On the Sean front, meanwhile, there finally appears to be some light at the end of the Teddy tunnel.


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