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Harper's Island
9 pm/ET CBS
Serial killer John Wakefield is still alive but why is he intent on murdering everyone — and is he acting alone? These are the two big questions fans want answered on tonight's two-hour series finale that promises to reveal all. While suspicion centers on Jimmy, is his alleged criminal past simply a red herring to throw viewers off? And what about Henry? After all, he's from the island and he planned the wedding. — Tim Holland

Eli Stone
10 pm/ET ABC
For two (short) seasons, this series has been all about prophecy, but unfortunately for its fans, somebody somewhere looked into the future and Eli Stone wasn't in it. And that's a shame, because it was consistently an entertaining hour with smarts, creativity and heart. Speaking of heart, tonight's finale deals with Eli and Keith's fight on behalf of a woman who needs a transplant, while Eli wrestles with his latest vision about someone he knows aboard an ill-fated flight. — Joe Friedrich

The Gambler, the Girl and the Gunslinger
9 pm/ET Hallmark
After his last big gig portraying a rugged resident of a small Alaska town on ABC's Men in Trees, James Tupper thaws out his boots and dons the hat of a rugged ranch owner in tonight's original Western. After his partner loses half of the ranch in a poker game, Tupper's character is forced to share his land with a swindler, played by a very un-Superman-like Dean Cain. And when Mexican invaders hatch a plan to seize their property, the two reluctantly team up to protect what's theirs. — Brie Hearn

Sunny's Summer Eats
9 pm/ET Food Network
Cooking for Real host Sunny Anderson crisscrosses the country, checking out some truly unusual culinary offerings at America's outdoor festivals, amusement parks and boardwalks. Sampled eats include chocolate-covered bacon (really!) on the boardwalk in Santa Cruz, Cal., and giant turkey legs at the Bristol Renaissance Faire in Kenosha, Wis. — Karen Andzejewicz

Keyshawn Johnson: Tackling Design
12 pm/ET A&E
The thought of going from the world of pro football to interior design may seem like a giant leap, but this new home-makeover series starring former NFL player Keyshawn Johnson proves otherwise. Johnson tries to reach his goal of giving clients the room of their dreams the same way he'd navigate the gridiron. There's the huddle to discuss the plan, the teamwork with his fellow consultants — and often there are clashes! The only difference is that, on this field, everyone wins in the end. In the opener, he redesigns a garage for a couple who have differing opinions about the use of the space. — Bill Ecklund