WE tv, 10:00 pm ET
Adapted from a UK series, this isn't your grandma's "dating show." Heck, it may not even be your sexy aunt's. Each episode features a real couple whose relationship has hit a rough patch. First, they have sexual relations inside an opaque and soundproof on-set box, then immediately afterwards join a panel of experts for an "emotionally honest" discussion about intimacy. Panelists include therapists Fran Walfish and Chis Donaghue, as well as Florida pastor Yvonne Capehart.
Turner Classic Movies, 5:15 pm ET
A stark beauty permeates nearly every frame of Swedish filmmaker Jan Troell's 1971 critical hit, an intimate epic that follows an impoverished 19th-century farm couple (Max von Sydow, Liv Ullmann) as they make their way from their native Sweden to what is now Minnesota. Nominated for five Academy Awards, the film picked up two Golden Globe Awards for best foreign language film and best actress (Ullmann) and spawned a 1972 sequel, "The New World."
Disney Channel, 7:20 pm ET
The Disney studio added another member to its collection of animated princesses with a story that seems to take a cue from "The Hunger Games," since its heroine, Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald), is proficient with a crossbow. She appears destined for a marriage she doesn't want, and when she goes against tradition, her entire homeland is placed in peril that she must vanquish. Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Robbie Coltrane and Craig Ferguson also are heard.