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Top Chef: All-Stars
10/9c Bravo
The all-star lineup is set with a roster of MVP chefs, fan-friendly foodies and villainous gastronomes stepping up to the plate. Season 8 of the food-preparation reality series opens with 18 past contestants returning to compete in New York City-based culinary events. They're thrown a culinary curve in tonight's premiere when they must recreate the dishes that caused their elimination during their previous stint on the show. Among the returnees: Richard Blais, Tiffani Faison, Spike Mendelsohn, Angelo Sosa, Marcel Vigneron and Fabio Viviani. Anthony Bourdain serves as a new seasonal judge, joining series regulars Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons. — Dean Maurer

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College Basketball
9:30/8:30c ESPN
Like the anchor leg in a relay race, the 11th and potentially deciding game of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge should be reserved for the top dogs, and that's just the case as Michigan State and Duke square off at Cameron Indoor Stadium in North Carolina. Few teams can match the embarrassment of talent on Tom Izzo and Mike Krzyzewski's rosters, which begins with senior guards Kalin Lucas and Nolan Smith. These are teams that could feature a different high scorer any night of the week, and we'll get to know all those players pretty well by March Madness, when a rematch at the Final Four in Houston is certainly possible. — Roger Leister

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Psych


10/9c USA
Psych shows some love for the cult classic Twin Peaks in tonight's clever episode, titled "Dual Spires." (Get it?!) Original "Twin Peaks" cast members Sherilyn Fenn, Sheryl Lee and Dana Ashbrook guest star in the tribute, in which Shawn and Gus receive a mysterious invitation to a festival in a small town. It doesn't take long for them to become wrapped up in the mystery surrounding a local teenager's drowning. — Brie Hearn

Grammy Nominations Concert Live
10/9c CBS
Justin Bieber dominated the recent American Music Awards but will he be a contender at the 2011 Grammy Awards? That question should be answered tonight as several key 2011 Grammy nominations are announced at Club Nokia in Los Angeles. Two-time Grammy winner LL Cool J hosts the third annual event that also includes performances from likely nominees, including Bieber, B.o.B, Miranda Lambert, Bruno Mars and Katy Perry. — Tim Holland

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