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True Blood
9/8c HBO
Sookie plays with fire more than a pyromaniac, doesn't she? Lucky for her, Alcide was nearby when she got into a scrape at that Jackson werewolf bar two weeks ago, and now it appears she'll need his help again when they attend an engagement party for his ex-girlfriend. Meanwhile, Eric hasn't been all that interested in locating Bill, until he gets a not-so-subtle push in that direction. Of course, that's assuming Bill, last seen pledging allegiance to the king of Mississippi, wants to be found. — Joe Friedrich

World Cup Soccer
1:30/12:30c ABC
It's an all-European affair in Johannesburg as the Netherlands tackle Spain in a matchup of arguably the most talented soccer nations never win the World Cup. The Dutch are flying into the final for the first time since back-to-back runner-up finishes in '74 and '78, while "La Furia Roja" (The Red Fury) are in their first final in 13 appearances, oozing confidence as the current European champs and pretournament favorites. Each side showed its versatility in the semis as veteran defenders scored the go-ahead goals, but it's showmen like Arjen Robben and David Villa whose fancy footwork is likely to author the defining strike of today's South African finale. — Roger Leister

Hannah Montana Forever
8/7c Disney Channel
The fourth and reportedly final season of the hit sitcom begins with the Stewarts and Lilly moving into their new ranch house. Miley and Lilly are impressed with the way Robby decorated the place and can't wait to see their new bedroom. Unfortunately, Robby packed up Miley's pink girlhood bedroom back in Tennessee and shipped it to California. And the girls hate, hate, hate it! But they can't bring themselves to tell Robby. Meanwhile, Jackson meets their obnoxious neighbor (Angus T. Jones) and becomes smitten with the kid's pretty cousin (Tammin Sursok). — Tim Holland

Kate Plus 8
9/8c TLC
Some love her, some hate her, but there are, apparently, enough TV viewers out there who don't ignore Kate Gosselin to ensure that the reality star won't have to return to the nursing profession anytime soon. Her recent stint on Dancing with the Stars may have drawn lots of derision when it came to her dancing skills, but it sure didn't hurt that reality show's ratings. And when Kate Plus 8 first hit the air last month, boom, more of the same, as some 3.4 million tuned in, topping the final episode of Jon & Kate Plus 8. In this outing, Kate takes on some projects in the house and works on a manual for household matters...and decides to get chickens for the family. — Stuart Michaelson

Masterpiece Mystery!
9/8c PBS
This taut take on Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express finds masterful Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) facing his toughest case yet when he investigates the slaying of an American aboard a snowbound train the day after the man had asked him for protection. — Jeff Gemmill

The Glades
10/9c A&E
In A&E's original crime drama that often borders on dark comedy, former Chicago cop Jim Longworth (Matt Passmore), who was falsely accused of sleeping with his captain's wife and exiled to fictional Palm Glade, Fla., isn't making friends down South either. Though he has his charms, he's garrulous and annoying, and he'd rather be on the golf course breaking 80 than cracking cases. But the man knows murder, and his first case comes up when the decapitated body of a woman is found in a creek. — Bill Ecklund

Jimmy Buffett & Friends: Live From The Gulf Coast
7/6c CMT
Musical standouts from the worlds of pop, R&B, folk,country and rock raise their voices and instruments to help the people and region devastated by April's massive Gulf Coast oil spill. Included: unofficial "Coastmaster General" Jimmy Buffet and his Coral Reefer Band; country star Kenny Chesney; Allen Toussaint, a prime mover in the development of New Orleans R&B; slide-guitar virtuoso Sonny Landreth; country-jam band leader Zac Brown and timeless Louisiana folk-rock troubador Jesse Winchester. It should be a great concert for a great cause. — Fred Mitchell