While at the laundromat today, I saw an episode of Mathematics Illuminated, about game theory. This is a series of 13 half-hour episodes on "major themes in the field of mathematics"; the game theory episode covered Nash equilibria, the prisoner's dilemma, evolutionarily stable strategies, etc. (I may be leaving out some things, because there was laundry-machine noise.) Their intended audience seems to be high school teachers and interested but perhaps mathematically unsophisticated adult learners.
It appears you can watch the whole series online. The main mathematician involved is Dan Rockmore of Dartmouth.
(And no, I don't know what channel it was on. Like I said, it wasn't my TV.)