"Game Change" -- Like a master illusionist, actress Julianne Moore makes an incredible metamorphosis to become Sarah Palin in this compelling, behind-the-scenes look into John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign. Based on segments of the bestselling book of the same name, "Game Change" revisits a defining moment in U.S. politics, capturing the human drama tied to the process in which Palin was chosen to be McCain's running mate and her stunning emergence as the "game-changer" who invigorated his beleaguered campaign. Ed Harris plays McCain and Woody Harrelson plays chief strategist Steve Schmidt, the man who championed Palin for the ticket. 10 p.m. Saturday, HBO.
* "Army Wives" storms into its sixth season with a hurricane headed straight for Fort Marshall just as the tribe is preparing to leave behind the recently decommissioned base. New to the show: Kelli Williams joins the cast and Susan Lucci makes several guest appearances. 7 p.m. today, Lifetime.
* Apparently, you just can't escape high school. In the soapy new drama "GCB," former mean girl Amanda Vaughn (Leslie Bibb) returns to Dallas after a long absence to find that the God-fearing classmates she once tormented aren't about to let go of old grudges. Also among the cast: Kristin Chenoweth and Annie Potts. 9 p.m. today, KTVX Channel 4.
* The cons continue to aid the cops in Season 2 of "Breakout Kings." But the stakes are raised as the kings set their eyes on a particularly vicious serial killer who has a score to settle with Lloyd (Jimmi Simpson). 11 p.m. today, A&E.
* Let's get ready to ruuuuuumble. The so-called battle rounds begin tonight on "The Voice" as the singers compete in duets and the coaches enlist the help of guest mentors such as Kelly Clarkson, Ne-Yo, Miranda Lambert and others. 7 p.m. Monday, KSL Channel 5.
* Emmy-winner Megan Mullally joins the cast of "Breaking In" as the sitcom opens its second season. She plays a brash and unhinged new boss who makes life rough for the gang after Oz (Christian Slater) is forced to sell Contra Security to a global conglomerate. 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, KSTU Channel 13.
* The popular series, "House Hunters," comes to the Silicon Valley, where a couple looks to take their relationship to the next level by purchasing their first home together. But reality soon hits: Money doesn't stretch very far in this pricey real estate market. 11 p.m. Tuesday, HGTV.
* No longer the nasally character in "The Nanny," Fran Drescher is now the nasally character in "Happily Divorced," which opens its second season. The opener has Fran fretting over a potential confrontation with an old adversary at her college reunion. 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, TV Land.
* On "Person of Interest," Reese (Jim Caviezel) and Finch (Michael Emerson) are perplexed when their machine points to a 6-month-old baby as the next POI. Meanwhile, an old rival resurfaces. 8 p.m. Thursday, KUTV Channel 2.
* It's another bizarre case for the gang on "Grimm." While investigating an arson-related homicide, Nick David Giuntoli finds himself in the heated world of Portland fire-dancing, where he meets a woman who, um, may be too hot to handle. 8 p.m. Friday, KSL Channel 5.
* "Of Two Minds" is a new TV movie that examines the challenges of mental illness. It's the story of a woman (Kristin Davis) who takes in her schizophrenic sister following the death of their mother. But her sibling's disturbing behavior threatens their relationship and her family. 6 p.m. Saturday, Lifetime.