Saturday's TV Highlights: Germany vs. Uruguay for third place in the World Cup
The Bridge: A cop (Aaron Douglas), who is voted to become the leader of the police union and organizes a walkout strike after he learns there won't be a police funeral for his training officer, and some fellow officers are being railroaded for allegedly using excessive force. Paul Popowich and Inga Cadranel also star (8 p.m. CBS).
Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? The unscripted series returns with a new episode titled “Elegant Big City vs. Redneck Rodeo Wedding,” where a woman dreams of a classic wedding, while her fiancé prefers a more macho affair (9 p.m. Style).
48 Hours Mystery: The new episode “Seven Days of Rage” offers details of the so-called Craigslist Killer (10 p.m. CBS).
The Hooters 2010 International Swimsuit Pageant: One hundred of the most beautiful Hooters girls from around the world compete for the crown in this new special (9 p.m. Spike).
The Bank Job: Inspired by a true British crime, director Roger Donaldson's entertaining 2008 caper casts Saffron Burrows as a model appointed to gather a team to steal safe-deposit box contents, but they end up as targets of the police and mobsters. Jason Statham and David Suchet also star (7 p.m. Showtime).
PGA Tour Golf: John Deere Classic, third round (Noon CBS).
WNBA basketball: All-Star Game (12:30 p.m. ESPN).
Baseball: The Chicago Cubs visit the Dodgers (1 p.m. Fox); the Angels visit the Oakland Athletics (6 p.m. FSN).
Soccer: The Galaxy visit the New England Revolution (4:30 p.m. FS Prime); Club Deportivo Chivas USA visits the Kansas City Wizards (5:30 p.m. KDOC).
Cycling: Tour de France: Stage 8, from Station des Rousses to Morzine-Avoriaz (4:30 a.m. VS).
Photo: Themba Hadebe Associated Press