No glam slam

In his first famous role in 1979's "The Champ," Ricky Schroder stood out as the son of an ex-boxer. On "To the Mat" (7 p.m., CMT), he is an ex-pro wrestler who teams with a Wall Street consultant (Broadway star Laura Bell Bundy of "Legally Blonde") to try to save his family business, a pro-wrestling school in the South. Should have called Vince McMahon, not King Kong Bundy's daughter.

Bird of prey

Director John Huston's first film, "The Maltese Falcon" (7 p.m., TCM), is considered one of the greatest movies of all time. In this 1941 classic, Humphrey Bogart plays detective Sam Spade, Mary Astor is the femme fatale and Peter Lorre is the crafty criminal as a trio of ruthless people chase after a gem-encrusted statue of a falcon.

Into the wild

On paper, "Love in the Wild" (9 p.m., NBC) kind of feels like a PG-rated network answer to some MTV hookup reality show. This is the season's finale. The "wild" refers to the setting, not the final two couples' behavior.

JON BREAM