Thursday's TV Highlights: “On the Road With Austin & Santino,” on Lifetime
Salvage Code Red: Real-life heroes from some of the world's major salvage companies rush to avert disaster after a ferocious storm rips a massive 13,000-ton barge from her tugs, sending the vessel straight toward a pier in Virginia Beach, Va., in this new episode (5 and 8 p.m. National Geographic).
Naked Science: This new episode imagines the struggle to survive that would ensue if the planet were to stop rotating, throwing the climate, oceans and atmosphere into chaos (7 and 10 p.m. National Geographic).
Rookie Blue: The investigation into a fatal traffic accident involving an elderly motorist and a cyclist leads to the discovery of what may be a darker crime. Missy Peregrym, Eric Johnson and Charlotte Sullivan also star in this new episode (9 p.m. ABC).
So You Think You Can Dance: This week's results episode features a performances by dancers from the upcoming movie “Step Up 3D” and by Christian TV (9 p.m. Fox).
The Universe: The science-based series returns with the episode “7 Wonders of the Solar System,” featuring a look at Saturn's famous rings, Jupiter's Great Red Spot, the Asteroid Belt and more (9 p.m. History).
Project Runway: The unscripted fashion competition series returns for a new season (9 p.m. Lifetime).
Jersey Shore: The cast from the controversial unscripted series heads to Miami Beach as Season 2 gets off to a raucous start with back-to-back episodes (9 and 10 p.m. MTV).
Life With Father: William Powell scored a well-deserved Oscar nomination as lead actor for his performance in the title role of this 1947 adaptation of the stage comedy smash. Irene Dunne stars as his patient wife, while Elizabeth Taylor is the young beauty who catches the eye of their oldest son (Jimmy Lydon). Edmund Gwenn and ZaSu Pitts also star (3 p.m. TCM).
Golf: Women's British Open, (6 a.m. ESPN); U.S. Senior Open Championship (2 p.m. ESPN2)..
X Games: (11 a.m. and 5 p.m. ESPN).
Baseball: The Dodgers visit the San Diego Padres (3:30 p.m. KCAL).
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