Hide and SeekWhat we're watching: "Hide and Seek" didn't get rave reviews when it hit theaters last year, but we haven't seen it, so we'll give it a shot. Our alternatives are slim and none unless we can tolerate more Olympics on NBC at 8 p.m. or reruns on the other broadcast networks. HBO-HD is airing "Hide and Seek" at 9 p.m. in 1080i and while there some decent players in the cast (Robert De Niro, Dakota Fanning, Elizabeth Shue, Amy Irving and Famke Jannsen), we'll be searching to see if they can carry the plot.

Our traditional high-def listings continue below.

Here are some other HDTV programs showing on selected networks today. All times are Eastern and reruns are in italics:

CBS (1080i) CSI (9 p.m.), Without a Trace (10 p.m.), The Late Show with David Letterman (11:35 p.m.)

NBC (1080i):  Winter Olympics: Snowboarding (4 p.m.), Winter Olympics: Skiing, Firgure Skating and Snowboarding (8 p.m.)

Fox (720p): American Idol (8 p.m.)

UPN (1080i): Everybody Hates Chris (8 & 9 p.m.), Love, Inc (8:30 p.m.), Eve (9:30 p.m.)

Discovery-HD (1080i): American Chopper (6 p.m.), Catching a Killer (7 p.m.), Corwin's Quest (8 & 11 p.m.), Austin Stevens: Snakemaster (9 p.m.), Buggin' with Ruud (10 p.m.)

ESPN-HD (720p): SportsCenter (6 & 11 p.m.), College Basketball: South Carolina at Georgia(7 p.m.)

INHD (1080i): AFL: Wanglers at Desperados (8 p.m.), Champions Cup Tennis #8 (11 p.m.)

INHD2 (1080i): Twilight Zone #11 (7 p.m.), Twilight Zone #12 (7:30 p.m.), Discoveries...America: Kentucky (8 p.m.), In Theaters (9 p.m.), Go! Custom Made Choppers (9:30 p.m.), Forensic Factor (10 p.m.), An Evening with James Blunt (11 p.m.)
 
HBO-HD (1080i): Hide and Seek (9 p.m.)

Showtime-HD (1080i):  Danny Deckchair (6 p.m.), Boyz N the Hood (8 p.m.)

TNT-HD (1080i): Charmed (6 p.m.), Law & Order (7 p.m.), NBA Basketball: Pacers at Pistons (8 p.m.), NBA Basketball: Kings at Lakers (10:30 p.m.)

Universal-HD (1080i): Olympic Ice (6 p.m.), Knight Rider (7 p.m.), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (8 & 11 p.m.), To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar (9 p.m.)