Worth Noting on TV
9th Annual Kids' Choice Awards (Nickelodeon, 8-9 p.m.): During a recent four-week span, a whopping 23 million children contacted Nickelodeon to cast votes for their favorites in movies, television, sports, and music. The winners are announced during this live all-star celebration hosted by Whitney Houston at Universal Studios Hollywood and by Rosie O'Donnell in New York Harbor. Ms. O'Donnell joins 150 kids aboard the S.S. Nickelodeon. Musical performers include All-4-One and the BoDeans; among the celebrity appearances are Paula Abdul, Brandy ("Moesha"), Kirsten Dunst ("Jumanji"), Elijah Wood ("Flipper"), and Joey, Matthew, and Andrew Lawrence ("Brotherly Love").
Mrs. Doubtfire (FOX, 7-10 p.m.): FOX, NBC, and CBS celebrate Mother's Day with the network broadcast premires of three blockbuster films. First up is this 1993 farce, with Robin Williams playing a father who's separated from his wife and goes to extremes to spend time with his children. Next is the 1992 courtroom drama A Few Good Men (NBC, 8-11 p.m.), which unravels a conspiracy after two marines are accused of murder. Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, and Jack Nicholson star. And in Sleepless in Seattle (CBS, 9-11:07 p.m.), a 1993 romance-comedy with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, a call-in radio show leads to a love story across the miles.
World News Tonight With Peter Jennings (ABC, 6:30-7 p.m.): This evening, "World News Tonight" launches a two-week series, "Listening to America," in which Americans from all walks of life speak frankly on everything from personal responsibility to race relations. Ten correspondents worked on the series, each visiting different parts of the country and spending a week meeting community members.
*Please check local listings for these programs.