A look at some noteworthy television this week:
Color Bars2007 ESPY Awards (Sunday, 9:00 p.m., ESPN) Jimmy Kimmel co-hosts with basketballer LeBron James this sports awards show which only exists to give ESPN some programming and some overpaid athletes another trophy.

Victoria Beckham: Coming to America (Monday, 8:00 p.m., WNBC 4) Thankfully this is a one shot deal since the 6 episode fakeality show deal fell through. The show itself chronicles the Victoria Beckham's move to America where her husband, who apparently is some sort of European sports star, got a job in Los Angeles.

Wide Angle: Back to School (Tuesday 9:00 p.m., WNET 13) Part of a multi-year look at seven children in seven countries – Afghanistan, Benin, Brazil, India, Japan, Kenya, and Romania - and their schooling.

P.O.V. The Chances of the World Changing (Tuesday 10:00 p.m., WNET 13) The story behind why a Manhattan loft has over 1000 turtles in it and one man's struggle to save endangered turtles.

Back to the Grind (Wednesday, 10:30 p.m.) TV Land, best known for sped up presentations of old television shows, has a new reality show taking has been actors and puts in them in the real life versions of the jobs they had on TV. In the first episode Loni Anderson becomes a radio station receptionist and Eric Estrada tags along with the California Highway Patrol reliving his "CHiP's" role. If you don't want to wait for this train wreck, the first episode is online and appears to be at normal speed.

Reel New York Film Festival (Thursday 10:00 p.m., WNET 13) Three short films from New York filmmakers are on offer this week:
The Debt is Levan Koguashvili's tale of illegal Georgian immigrants struggling for survival in Brooklyn.
In Native New Yorker, filmmaker Steve Bilich used a 1924 vintage Cine-Kodak camera to capture a journey of Native American shaman Terry “Coyote” Murphy through Manhattan in a powerful silent film with musical score.
Pawel Wojtasik's The Aquarium contrasts the endangered natural habitat of marine animals with their captive environments in aquariums where they are gawked at by humans.

Mad Men (Thursday, 10:00 p.m., AMC) Remember when AMC was known as American Movie Classics and showed some great old movies without commercials? The network seems a bit rudderless airing such masterworks of classic American cinema like There's Something About Mary, but what do you expect from a channel owned by Cablevision? This week finds them launching their first original drama series.

The show is a trip back to Madison Avenue, circa 1960, when men were expected to be men, women were expected to secretaries. Think what Bewitched's Darren did at the office, but darker. The show's creator is Matthew Weiner was executive producer and writer on The Sopranos, it has a strong cast, a great visual style, and if the pilot episode is any indication it is a winner. There is a bit of a twist ending to the pilot, but it just adds another layer to the show, which is amazingly good for something the Dolans are involved in.

Set For Life (Friday, 8:00 p.m., WABC 7) Jimmy Kimmel hosts this new game show where people have the chance to win a monthly check for 40 years for a total of $4 million. Doesn't the lottery have a game like this? Hey, you never know.

Bill Maher: The Decider (Saturday, 10:00 p.m., HBO) Bill Maher does a live stand up special for HBO from Boston. Need we say more?