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Wimbledon
7 am/ET ESPN2 
Whether it's the fun and heat of Melbourne, the style and clay of Paris, the grass and rain of London or the tough crowds and bright lights of New York, each of tennis's Grand Slams has a unique identity. Get ready for a new, drier era of Wimbledon, however, as the long-awaited retractable roof on Centre Court debuts for the upcoming fortnight (an answered prayer for ESPN, Tennis Channel and NBC). Rafael Nadal's withdrawal due to knee tendinitis allows Britain's Andy Murray and history-chasing five-time champ Roger Federer to hog the men's spotlight, while top-seeded Dinara Safina, the Williams sisters and the comebacking Maria Sharapova loom large for the ladies. — Roger Leister

The Closer
9 pm/ET TNT
Corey Reynolds has been patently smooth and solid from Day 1 of this series as David Gabriel, the team's loyal fixture and force (and likely Brenda's favorite squad staffer). Reynolds moves center stage tonight when his Sgt. Gabriel gets in legal hot water. The tape is as red as the blood when Gabriel guns down a murder suspect and evidence contradicts his version of events. Cut to tough Force Investigation director Melinda Hatcher (Mary McDonnell), who arrives to probe Gabriel's shooting — only to interfere with Brenda's own investigation. With Brenda in one corner and Melinda in the other, it could all lead to an epic showdown. — Dean Maurer

Jon & Kate Plus 8
9 pm/ET TLC
Are Jon and Kate dunzo? Earlier this season they openly discussed their troubled marriage and their uncertainty about where it was headed. Well, for better or worse, it seems they've finally made some decisions. In a promo posted last week on the TLC website, Kate says that she and Jon will make an announcement on tonight's show regarding some recent "life-changing decisions." Whether you love Jon and Kate or love to hate them, one can only hope for the best for the eight little ones involved. — Karen Andzejewicz

Make It or Break It
9 pm/ET ABC Family
Life can often feel like a balancing act full of hurdles and tumbles, and that's especially true for the characters in this new drama, which focuses on a group of teenage gymnasts training for the Olympics. In the series opener, impressive newcomer Emily (Chelsea Hobbs) begins training at a gym alongside some longtime Olympic hopefuls. The vets don't all welcome her with open arms, because as with any sport, the competition is cutthroat. Frasier's Peri Gilpin stars as the mother of one of the gymnasts. — Jennifer Sankowski

Weeds
10 pm/ET Showtime
Last week, Jennifer Jason Leigh joined the series as Nancy's  mature, responsible but resentful older sister, and her presence is firmly and funnily felt in this evening's escapades. She's ditched her perfectly yuppie husband and her perfectly matched twin girls and moved in with the perfectly dysfunctional Botwins. And it appears to be a perfect fit. In other developments, Nancy gets an annoying new bodyguard, and the rebels in the rebel camp in Mexico rebel against Celia's bossy ways and send her packing. — Ray Stackhouse

Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List
10 pm/ET Bravo
It's Grammy Award time, and our D-list heroine hopes that a win will finally raise her to A-grade status. To score a statuette, she's been busy schmoozing and networking. (Or is that begging and bribing?) Kathy finally learns her Grammy fate tonight. Later, with her friend (foe?) Michael McDonald and her posse in tow, she heads to Georgia to meet with celeb foodie Paula Deen for some Southern comfort — culinary style. On the Deen queen's menu: chicken and grits. — Dean Maurer