Driven to fears

The horror genre appears to be running low on concepts, which is the only explanation for "Fender Bender," a new movie in which Makenzie Vega, best known as the dutiful daughter on "The Good Wife," is stalked by a serial killer after a seemingly minor car accident. It's safe to assume that "Jaywalker!" is right around the corner.

8 p.m. Friday, Chiller Channel

You can call me Al

"Weird Al" Yankovic follows in the footsteps of Reggie Watts and Kid Cudi as band leader for "Comedy Bang! Bang!", the spoof on talk shows that aspires to be next-door neighbors with "Pee-wee's Playhouse." The Season Five premiere features a round of "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon" played by Kevin Bacon, who does his best to pretend he'd rather not be working on "Footloose 2."

10 p.m. Friday, IFC

Lending her ear

"Carol Burnett's Favorite Sketches," the comic's latest effort to sell DVDs of her classic show, has plenty of familiar material recycled from previous versions of her barely disguised infomercials, but that doesn't diminish the pleasure of watching Tim Conway's inept dentist once again administer invisible laughing gas to co-star Harvey Korman.

8 p.m. Sunday, TPT, Ch. 2

TV dinner

"Feed the Beast," David Schwimmer's return to series television, would be a lot more appetizing if it didn't feel like creator Clyde Phillips was lifting recipes from an all-too-familiar cookbook. Former "Friends" star Schwimmer, moping around like he's been dumped by Rachel for the umpteenth time, is paired with a lifelong friend whose kitchen skills are matched only by his inability to stay out of trouble. Cue mobsters, crooked detectives, estranged father — and the check.

9 p.m. Sunday, AMC

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