Thursday, September 1
THE L WORD The first episode of the second season of the sexy lesbo soap set in L.A. - but shot in Vancouver. Are Bette and pregnant Tina still fucked up? Will Jenny ever get her shit together - or just go away, please? Watch for an upcoming cameo by Gloria Steinem.
10 pm on Showcase, repeated at 1:10 am
Friday, September 2
STORYTELLERS: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN The Boss performs songs from his latest solo CD, Devils And Dust, as well as other unplugged classics and takes questions from a VH1 studio audience.
4 pm on MuchMoreMusic
WHAT NOT TO WHERE ARE THEY NOW?WHAT NOT TO WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Stacey and Clinton track down their previous fashion victims to see if they're still following the rules.
9 pm on TLC, repeated at midnight and 2 pm Saturday
Saturday, September 3
THE NOTORIOUS C.H.O. Filmed live in Seattle in 2002, this second concert flick from Margaret Cho finds the risqué stand-up riffing on rap music, Trekkies and Scotland's gayest bar.
11:45 pm on Bravo
Sunday, September 4
24 MARATHON Here's your chance to catch up on last season's 24 as the U.S. arts net runs back-to-back episodes of Kiefer Sutherland's espionage cliff-hanger over the next 48.
2 pm on A&E, continues Monday at 8 am
Monday, September 5
WORST JOBS IN HISTORY MARATHON Unemployed and Labour Day got you down? Hosted by Tony Robinson - bumbling Baldrick to Rowan Atkinson's Blackadder - this UK six-parter looks at some of the most unpleasant occupations in recorded history, including leather tanner, Roman bath attendant and royal bum-wiper.
1 pm on History
Tuesday, September 6
OVER THERE Produced by Steven Bochco (Hill Street Blues/NYPD Blue) for U.S. cable net FX, this ensemble drama follows a group of pot-smoking American soldiers on the Iraqi front lines and the families they left back home.
9 pm on History, repeated at 1 am
Wednesday, September 7
UNFINISHED COUNTRY: HAITI The Western hemisphere's poorest nation deals with political corruption, gang warfare and non-stop hurricanes on the eve of its first democratic presidential election in years this November.
12:30 am on PBS