WORTH NOTING ON TV
Top Secret Television II (NBC, 8-9 p.m.): Greece has its own ``Wheel of Fortune,'' Australia its ``Family Feud,'' and Japan a ``Funniest Home Videos'' (the original one, in fact). Clips from these other familiar-yet-foreign formats are offered in a new edition of an international sampler whose first version appeared last August.
Host Fred Roggin is an actor and local Los Angeles TV reporter who produces the syndicated ``Roggin's Heroes'' that catches people around the world in what that show considers their comic moments. In ``Top Secret Television II,'' his stress is also on comedy, as the program peeks at Egyptian TV, commercial outtakes from Korean TV, and other items. * SUNDAY
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (ABC, 9-11:15 p.m.): ``The Sunday Night Movie'' this week offers the network premiere of the sequel to the famed 1984 Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle. He's still a plodding cyborg, only this time he's a good guy - and, believe it or not, an underdog, since he faces a technologically more advanced android that has been called the most sophisticated monster ever seen on screen. ``Terminator 2'' was an epic box-office smash in 1991 (and contained lots of violence). Its Academy Award-winning special effects are even more spectacular than the orginal.
Beauty and the Beast (The Disney Channel, 7-8:30 p.m.): ``Beauty and the Beast,'' making its TV premiere here, is the fifth familiar fairy tale adapted by Disney and was the first animated feature to be nominated for an Academy Award as Best Picture. It didn't win in that category, but it did cop a 1991 Oscar for original song and also for original score. Its soundtrack, in fact, has now gone triple platinum and received four 1993 Grammy Awards.
But its main medium is the visual, as it tells the story of Belle - a fairly modern woman in many ways, even though she lives in an 18th-century French village - who falls under the spell of a beast with the soul of a prince.
Please check local listings for these programs.