From James Bond to The Untouchables, Macbeth to Finding Forrester, handsome leading man Sean Connery has brought grace, wit, depth and derring-do to screens big and small since the mid-'50s. Who better to receive the 34th AFI Lifetime Achievement Award (9 p.m.-11 p.m., USA)? Those paying tribute during a June 8 ceremony in Hollywood include Michael Caine, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Sidney Lumet and David Mamet.
MY DATE WITH DREW -- 8 p.m.-10 p.m., WUTB, Channel 24 / What begins as a simple crush ends up as a movie. Brian Herzlinger films his sweet, non-stalking pursuit of star Drew Barrymore. UPN.
CRIMINAL MINDS -- 9 p.m.-10 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13 / The serial killer who has bedeviled a profiler for years may have resurfaced. CBS.
DEADWOOD -- 9 p.m.-10 p.m., HBO / While the candidates speechify, Swearingen gets an inkling of Hearst's influence.
HAVOC -- 10 p.m.-11:30 p.m., TMC / Looking for excitement, two suburban girls walk on the wild side, hanging with inner-city gang members. Things go bad.
GOOD MORNING AMERICA -- Actress Kate Beckinsale. (7 a.m., WMAR-2)
TODAY -- American Idol judge Simon Cowell. (7 a.m., WBAL-11)
TONY DANZA -- Actresses Courtney Thorne-Smith and Gail O'Grady. (1 p.m., WNUV-54)
OPRAH WINFREY -- Musician Jon Bon Jovi. (4 p.m., WBAL-11)
DAVID LETTERMAN -- Actress Amy Sedaris. (11:35 p.m., WJZ-13)
JAY LENO -- Actor Thomas Haden Church; Martina McBride performs. (11:35 p.m., WBAL-11)
JIMMY KIMMEL -- Actress Bonnie Hunt; Buckcherry performs. (12:06 a.m., WMAR-2)
From Web, wire reports
T.V.'s TOP 10
Last week's top TV shows, according to A.C. Nielsen Co.:
Show Network Viewers*
1NBA Finals Game 5: Dallas at MiamiABC14.3
3NBA Finals Game 3: Dallas at MiamiABC12.2
4NBA Finals Game 4: Dallas at MiamiABC11.6
5CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationCBS11.2
6Without a TraceCBS10.6
7So You Think You Can Dance, WednesdayFox9.9
8Two and a Half MenCBS9.8
9Law and Order: SVUNBC9.7
10CBS Sunday Movie: What Women WantCBS9.6
*The listing gives estimated numbers of viewers (in millions) for each show last week.