Ellen Gray's weekend TV picks
* DROP DEAD DIVA. 9 p.m. Sunday, Lifetime.
I've heard the complaints about "Homeland" this season, but no one ever calls to complain that "Drop Dead Diva," a series about a woman who came back to life in another woman's body, is no longer the show they thought it was. In the Season 5 finale (Season 6 is already ordered), Jane (Brooke Elliott) represents an Amish farmer (Doug Savant) against an oil company. And you thought the rest sounded far-fetched?
* JFK: THE SMOKING GUN. 8 p.m. Sunday, Reelz.
Reelz gets out in front of the barrage of specials this month tied to the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination with a re-examination of a controversial theory that suggests a Secret Service agent accidentally fired the fatal shot. Ballistics fans might want to withhold judgment until they've also seen "Nova's" take on Arlen Specter's single-bullet theory in "Cold Case JFK," on Nov. 13.
* THE GOOD WIFE. 9:30 p.m. Sunday, CBS3.
Last week, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) went to war with her old firm, with an unexpected assist from her husband Peter (Chris Noth), the governor-elect. There's no way I'd miss whatever's coming next.
* SPECTACLE: ELVIS COSTELLO WITH LOU REED. 7 p.m. Saturday, Sundance.
Sundance marks Lou Reed's passing with a repeat of this episode in which he's interviewed by Elvis Costello and the two perform together.