Maybe This Time (ABC, 8:30-9 p.m.): This episode of the comedy about three generations of women relives the moments of first love. When young Gracie (Ashley Johnson) begins dating Nicky, a streetwise boy, her mother (Marie Osmond) is less than approving. Ross Malinger ("Sleepless in Seattle") guest stars as Gracie's first boyfriend.
39th Annual Pablo Casals Festival (A&E, 10 p.m.-12 midnight): For the second year, A&E presents taped highlights of this prestigious classical-music festival, which took place last summer in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The impressive list of artists includes Lord Yehudi Menuhin conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, pianist Jose Ramos Santana performing with the German String Trio, pianist Helen Huang, and violinist Christiane Edinger.
Founded by Spanish cellist, conductor, and composer Pablo Casals in 1956, the festival is now led by conductor-composer Krzysztof Penderecki.
Masterpiece Theatre (PBS, 9-10:30 p.m.): This two-part political drama, "The Politician's Wife," won an International Emmy Award for Best Drama in November. The story, written by Paula Milne, follows Britain's Senior Minister for the Family Duncan Matlock (Trevor Eve), who is exposed by the tabloid press for having an affair. Matlock's wife, Flora (Juliet Stevenson), must come to terms with the adulterous relationship and decide whether or not to stand by him.
Champs (ABC, 9:30-10 p.m.): This comedy is the first TV production from DreamWorks, the entertainment conglomerate of David Geffen, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Steven Spielberg. Timothy Busfield stars as Tom McManus, who balances his family of wife and two children with his other "family" - his former varsity-basketball teammates.
Also premiering tonight is 3rd Rock From the Sun (NBC, 8:30-9 p.m.), which stars John Lithgow and Jane Curtin. The premise: Four aliens disguise themselves as humans for their mission to Earth, which they consider the most unimportant planet.
Please check local listings for these programs.