God's Warriors (9 p.m. Tuesday, CNN) -- This three-part documentary hosted by Christiane Amanpour (it continues Wednesday and Thursday) is not, as you might guess from the title, a story about suicide bombers -- at least, not entirely. Rather, it's an examination of religious fundamentalists around the world who believe society has grown too secular and are struggling to put God into the cultural and political driver's seat. They run the gamut from Muslim jihadists to Jewish settlers on the West Bank to America's religious right. And whether they're using car bombs or ballot boxes, they're determined to be heard. As an American evangelical tells a rally, "Whoever speaks up most gets to shape the culture."
Anchorwoman (8 p.m. Wednesday, Fox) -- In this reality series, a TV station in Tyler, Texas, imports a swimsuit model/wrestling vixen to jazz up its evening newscast. Hey, why didn't CNN think of that? God's Warriors would be a lot more informative if that talky Christiane Amanpour was replaced by one of the Pussycat Dolls.