“Amazing Race” (8 p.m., CBS). It’s the season finale, as two teams try to become the first all-female team to win. I’m rooting for Nat & Kat.
“Wishful Drinking” (9 p.m., HBO). Carrie Fisher does her darkly hilarious autobiographical stage show, talking about growing up with famous parents, her role as Princess Leia in “Star Wars” and her various substance-abuse and relationship problems.
“The Simpsons” (8 p.m., Fox). Homer gets arrested on New Year’s Eve and has to rat out the mob to get his sentence reduced.
“Family Guy” (8:30 p.m., Fox). It’s an hourlong escapade to the North Pole, as Brian and Stewie go looking for Santa to teach him a thing or two about the Christmas spirit.
“30 for 30” (8 p.m., ESPN2). It’s the final segment in the fantastic yearlong sports documentary series. Tonight it’s “Pony Expre$$,” a two-hour look at the rise and fall of the SMU football program, from its heyday with Eric Dickerson and Craig James in the early 1980s to receiving the NCAA “death penalty” to the program’s eventual rebirth. (This originally aired last night, but come on, who’s watching TV at 6 p.m. on a Saturday?)
“Ax Men” (9 p.m., History). Season premiere. It’s a new season, featuring a new logging company and a new location, this time an island off the coast of Alaska.
“Top Gear” (10 p.m. History). The boys copy another stunt from the original show, as a Ford F-150 races a skydiver falling from 25,000 feet. Later, Kid Rock drives around the track.
“House Hunters International” (10:30 p.m., HGTV). A couple looks for a beachfront house in Okinawa, Japan.
Games of the day
Raiders vs. Jaguars (10 a.m., CBS). It’s almost getting to the point where I can’t make fun of the Raiders any more. They’re actually almost decent.
49ers vs. Seahawks (1 p.m., Fox). A huge divisional game and the Niners are starting their secret weapon at quarterback . . . . oh, who am I kidding? This’ll probably be ugly.
Eagles vs. Cowboys (5 p.m., NBC). The first of two games between the NFC East rivals over a four-week span. Way to go, NFL schedulers.
“Sarah Palin’s Alaska” (9 p.m., TLC). Kate Gosselin stops by for a not-at-all-staged visit. Where’s a man-eating grizzly bear when you need one?
BTW, hope you didn’t get attached to “The Hasselhoffs” last Sunday — it’s already been canceled.