TV this week


Bon Jovi (above), Beyoncé and the Black Eyed Peas are among the musical acts slated to perform at “The 52nd Annual Grammy Awards.” Also on tap: An all-star tribute to Michael Jackson, including a 3-D mini-movie. (CBS, 8 p.m.)


The new docu-series “Kell on Earth” tracks New York City public-relations maven Kelley Cutrone and her crew of aspiring flacks as they work behind the scenes to build buzz and generate positive press for their fashion-industry clientele. (Bravo, 10 p.m.)



What hath Ben (Michael Emerson, above) wrought? What -- or who -- has gotten into Locke? And did detonating that hydrogen bomb actually change the past/present/future? Those questions will be answered -- hopefully -- as “Lost” begins its final season. (ABC, 9 p.m.)


Paging Dr. Dawson: James Van Der Beek (“Dawson’s Creek”) gets fitted for a lab coat when he guest stars as Mercy Hospital’s hard-to-please director of intensive care on a new episode of the medical drama “Mercy.”(NBC, 8 p.m.)



“The Vampire Diaries” raids the costume closet for a flashback episode, partly set in the 19th century, that explores the origins of the bad blood between blood-sucking brothers Stefan and Damon (Paul Wesley, Ian

Somerhalder). (KTLA,

8 p.m.)



Our hero (Andy Whitfield) is a bit raw about being low gladiator on the totem pole, while Lucretia and Ilithyia (Lucy Lawless, Viva Bianca) scope out the beefcake at a pre-fight bacchanal, on the sexy sword-and-sandal drama “Spartacus: Blood and Sand.”(Starz, 10 p.m.)


The new docudrama “Temple Grandin” profiles a woman (Claire Danes, below left) whose personal struggle with autism led to more compassionate treatment for those with the often misunderstood mental and emotional disorder. (HBO, 8 p.m.)