* The inaugural "Comedy Awards" promises to be a regular laugh riot. Humorous achievements in film, TV and the Internet are celebrated, and Eddie Murphy is honored with the first "Comedy Icon Award." 7 p.m. today, Comedy Central, Spike, TV Land, CMT & VH1.
* The new reality series, "The Judds" takes viewers behind the scenes as Naomi and daughter Wynonna hit the road for their farewell tour and work to mend their once-strained relationship. 7 p.m. today, OWN.
* Change is good. At least that's what the producers of "Law & Order: Los Angeles" are hoping as the freshman series returns from an extended hiatus with a casting makeover. But can they make fans stop pining for the original? 8 p.m. Monday, KSL Channel 5.
* On the new reality show "Royally Mad," Cat Deeley ("So You Think You Can Dance") takes five obsessive Anglophiles on a regal tour of London's royal wedding path as they live the dream and compete to be crowned the No. 1 fan. 8 p.m. Tuesday, BBC America.
* Bring your Kleenex for the Season 7 opener of "The Deadliest Catch." It launches with a moving tribute the late Captain Phil Harris, whose ashes are released into the Bering Sea. Then it's right back to catching crabs with new boss Derrick Ray calling the shots. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Discovery.
* "Sports Show With Norm Macdonald" has the irreverent comedian skewering the world of sports. He should have his hands full because there's an awful lot to skewer. 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, Comedy Central.
* Speaking of sports, pitcher Tim Lincecum and his teammates take center stage in a special 30-minute preview of "The Franchise: A Season With the San Francisco Giants." It's an intriguing behind-the-scenes look at the World Series champs as they attempt to defend their title. 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Showtime.
* Will viewers be mad about "The Paul Reiser Show"? This new sitcom has the veteran comedian playing a fictionalized version of himself, with Amy Landecker -- not Helen Hunt -- playing his wife. 7:30 p.m Thursday, KSL Channel 5.
* Things just got a little crazier on "The Office" as Will Ferrell arrives to begin his training as Michael's (Steve Carell) replacement. And it seems that everyone -- except the apathetic Dwight -- is going overboard to impress the new guy. 8 p.m. Thursday, KSL Channel 5.
* "Friday Night Lights," one of prime time's top dramas, launches its final season on the broadcast airwaves (it previously aired on DirecTV). A new school year brings high hopes for Coach Taylor (Kyle Chandler) and wife Tami (Connie Britton), but also plenty of new challenges. 7 p.m. Friday, KSL Channel 5.
* The new comedy-action series, "Sup ah Ninjas," follows the adventures of a teen geek who forms a secret team of crime-fighters after learning that he's a descendant of ninjas. George Takei of "Star Trek" fame stars as the boy's grandpa. 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Nickelodeon.