By Mike Hughes
Gannett News Service
By Mike Hughes
Football, 2 p.m., CBS. A preseason one, with the New England Patriots visiting the Atlanta Falcons. It will be a night of great quarterbacks, with the Patriots' Tom Brady, the Falcons' Michael Vick and CBS' Phil Simms. Jim Nantz does play-by-play, with Simms as analyst.
"Last Comic Standing," 1-10:30 p.m., Bravo. The season is relived in one long, fun burst.
"Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" (2002), 7 p.m., ABC Family. A terrific batch of movies tonight starts here. The second of the Potter films, it's directed by Chris Columbus with his usual entertaining style. An evil force is inhabiting the school.
"Austin Powers in Goldmember" (2002), 7 p.m., Fox. The third Powers film has the 1960s secret agent (Mike Myers) transported to 1975. Joining the cast are Beyoncé as Austin's love interest and Michael Caine as his father.
"Las Vegas," 8 p.m., NBC. A thief claims that someone plans to blow up the casino; Danny investigates. Also, a cook-off pits the chef against Wolfgang Puck, with Donny Osmond and Charo judging.
"Finding Nemo" (2003), 9 p.m., Disney Channel. Here's another strong choice for a family movie. Stylishly animated by Pixar, it has a frightened clownfish turning bold in order to find his son.
"Law & Order," 9 p.m., NBC. In a previous episode, the Special Victims Unit people couldn't convict a scheming mother and daughter, played by Lynda Carter and Estella Warren. Now a new case has Fontana and Green going after the same duo.