So You Think You Can Dance

So You Think You Can Dance
9/8c Fox
People invoke the catchphrase, "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas," when they want something to remain a secret. But now that the grueling audition process and Las Vegas callbacks are over, we get to meet the Top 10 dancers — and how many of them will want to keep news like that under wraps? Of course, from here on out it's no picnic, especially with the elimination rounds starting next week, but at least for one night, these hopefuls can relax and enjoy the fruits of their hard work. — Joe Friedrich

Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night

8/7c ABC
For the NBA Finals, there's only room for the storied rivalry of the Celtics and Lakers on the same court, so Jimmy Kimmel is assembling another basketball team for tonight's show before Game 4. And who cares if they played more than three decades ago, especially since it's the cast of Grown Ups — Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Kevin James, David Spade and Rob Schneider — a 2010 comedy about a quintet of former child hoops stars who reunite after the death of their old coach. — Joe Friedrich

Bethenny Getting Married?
10/9c Bravo
The Watch What Happens network delves deeper into the core of the Big Apple in this new reality spin-off centering on The Real Housewives of New York City star Bethenny Frankel. This freshman season documents Bethenny's fevered efforts to balance her expanding career, her upcoming nuptials to fiancé Jason Hoppy, and the arrival of her baby. The drama kicks off in the opener when she's enlisted to walk in a fashion show. Meanwhile, she sets out to hire a new assistant, and Jason draws up plans for a housewarming party. — Dean Maurer

Modern Marvels
9/8c History
There are libraries...and then there are libraries! This hour explores the U.S. Library of Congress, revealing items and places the public rarely sees, dispelling myths regarding this American treasure trove, and helping viewers understand the complexity of organizing and preserving every item. Included in the tour are secret vaults that hold more than 600 miles of shelves, George Washington's handwritten diaries and the original film of the 1931 movie Frankenstein. — Bill Ecklund

Late Night Liars
11/10c GSN
Although this new game show's main characters have Jim Henson's bloodlines, the presence of its boozy, prevaricating puppets is the first clue it's no Muppet Show knockoff. Comedian Larry Miller hosts and does his best to corral a celebrity panel of modern-day Pinocchios, who are products of Henson Alternative, the adult-oriented division of the Jim Henson Company, as they tell anything but the truth to a pair of human contestants trying to determine fact from fiction for cash and prizes. — Joe Friedrich

Green Room with Paul Provenza
10:30/9:30c Showtime
In recent years, Paul Provenza has carved out a niche for himself by teaming up with other comedians, tracking them down and getting them together and letting them say what's on their minds. Most notable was his 2005 documentary The Aristocrats, in which 100 fellow funny folks took on "the dirtiest joke of all time." How far this new weekly roundtable series goes remains to be seen, but the opener does feature "Aristocrat" vets Drew Carey, Eddie Izzard and Larry Miller, plus American-born British comedian Reginald D. Hunter. — Paul Droesch

NBA Finals
9/8c ABC
It's feast or famine thus far for Celtics guard Ray Allen. The "He Got Game" star was a non-factor in a Game 1 loss, put on a record-setting three-point barrage in 46 minutes of a Game 2 win, then missed all 13 of his shots while also trying to guard Kobe Bryant on Tuesday as L.A. seized a 2-1 series lead. The seesaw series stays in Boston for two more games, with the relentlessness of Bryant and inspired costars Derek Fisher and Pau Gasol making a Lakers sweep on the parquet floor a real possibility. — Roger Leister