The Good Wife

The Good Wife
10/9c CBS
Miranda Cosgrove guest stars as a teen pop star who is charged with a DUI. Alicia's represents the young singer and the case goes well until Cary drops a bombshell in court and charges the starlet with attempted murder. On the campaign trail, Peter runs into a snag when the Democratic Committee asks him to drop out of the state's attorney race. — Tim Holland

Are you watching The Good Wife? Tell us

Glee

8/7c Fox
We saw the soft and (almost) cuddly side of Coach Beiste (Dot Marie Jones) last week after she abruptly resigned in the wake of her sexual humiliation. The glee kids did apologize, but is that enough to get her to return? Jones is in tonight's guest cast. But the big news is a bigger name in the guest cast: Gwyneth Paltrow, playing a substitute teacher with the marquee-ready name Holly Holiday, who fills in for Will when he gets sick and is featured in a "Singin' in the Rain" production number. Also calling out sick is Principal Figgins. Unfortunately, you-know-who fills in for him. — Paul Droesch

College Basketball
8/7c ESPN
The dawn of a new college basketball season means it's time to get over the nagging memory of Butler's Gordon Hayward missing that last-second heave — and Duke winning the national title. Now Hayward plays for the Utah Jazz, and Butler joins 1984 N.C. State, 1986 Villanova and 2007 George Mason on the list of teams that had to follow the greatest underdog stories in March Madness history. The first big test for coach Brad Stevens' squad is in Louisville, where the Bulldogs are the first of no fewer than a dozen non-conference opponents to get a taste of Louisville's new KFC Yum! Center, the house that Rick Pitino built. Talk about home cookin'. — Roger Leister

What are you watching tonight? Tell us here

Dancing with the Stars
9/8c ABC
Tonight, we find out who makes it into the finals. Brandy and Jennifer Grey have been leader board toppers consistently and seem to be locks, but nothing is ever certain in this competition. Don't count out the ever-charming Kyle Massey or Bristol "The Pistol" Palin, who has sometimes had low judges' scores yet continues to pull in fan votes. Also featured tonight: performances by Annie Lennox and Enrique Iglesias, and the Design-a-Dance performance. — Jennifer Sankowski

Life Unexpected
9/8c CW
This season, Lux has been trying to do more "normal" teenage stuff, such as joining a sports team and going on a class trip. Tonight she continues pursuing this endeavor by attending a homecoming dance. However, her plan to track down the teacher she has the hots for at said dance is probably not the best idea: But Lux may have to learn that the hard way. Meanwhile, Cate learns something she's unprepared for when she looks into Lux's background and turns up some surprising info. — Jennifer Sankowski

Glory Daze
10/9c TBS
TBS chalks up a new hour-long campus comedy centering on four disparate freshmen trying to make the grade at an Indiana college in 1986. Tonight's premiere introduces the awkward young men, members of an archetypal class that includes the boy-next-door (Kelly Blatz); the obligatory virgin (Matt Bush); a prepped-up conservative (Drew Seeley) and a sightly jock (Hartley Sawyer). It'll be a hazed-and-confused turn of events when they arrive at the Omega Sig fraternity, where they're shown the ropes by a pledge recruiter (Callard Harris). Tim Meadows also stars. — Dean Maurer

Is Sons of Anarchy appointment viewing in your home? Tell us

Sons of Anarchy
10/9c FX
Following last week's mayhem — the explosion, the torture, Keith McGee's literal fall from grace — things in Belfast come into pretty clear focus for SAMCRO tonight. As Clay puts it to Jax: "You just get our boy [Abel] and we'll focus on the Irish." Suffice to say, it'll be easier said than done, but Jax comes to some important realizations about himself, and he also eases into a warm relationship with Trinity (Zoe Boyle), the sister he never knew he had. Back in Charming, Wayne gets some bad news, and Salazar is still holding Tara and Margaret Murphy. — Paul Droesch