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Pretty Little Liars
8/7c ABC Family
Everyone has secrets. But what if you don't know who's threatening to spill them? That's the perplexing dilemma facing the four teens at the center of this new drama, which is based on the series of books by Sara Shepard. The former pals have been estranged since the mysterious disappearance of their friend Alison, but now they're receiving text messages about their secret attractions, suppressed shoplifting charges and a parent's affair... and they wonder if Alison is watching them. — Jennifer Sankowski


8:59/7:59c Fox
New Directions or Vocal Adrenaline? After last week's toilet-papering, tire-slashing and egging preliminaries, there's little love lost between Ohio's two most famous high-school show choirs, and one's likely to emerge as Regionals champion in the season finale. One complication for Will and the glee kids: Sue's a judge. Meanwhile, the pregnant Quinn is facing what Fox is calling a "life-changing event," and you can look for a Will-Emma development. Olivia Newton-John and Josh Groban have cameos as themselves. — Paul Droesch

10/9c FX
Last week's episode was titled "Fathers and Sons," but the Arlo-Raylan and Bo-Boyd conflicts come to a head in this first-season finale. (FX has already announced that there will be a second season.) And don't forget that the Miami drug duo, Ernesto and Pilar, who got their truck blown up by Boyd last week, didn't get themselves blown up with it, and they're as heavily armed as everyone else is. So expect plenty of gunplay. Raylan's, at least, will be justified. — Paul Droesch

Kathy Griffin Does the Bible Belt
10/9c Bravo
There's blue humor in a red state when tart-tongued gossip queen Kathy Griffin performs stand-up before a sold-out crowd at the Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville. Celebrity dissing and pop-culture dishing will rule the night when Griffin gets riffin' and fires off comedic barbs at Oprah Winfrey and Gayle, hoarders and Sharon Stone. The concert special serves as a fine warm up for the sixth season of Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, which begins next week. — Dean Maurer

Super Secret Celebrity Weddings
10/9c WE
Celebrities' battles with the paparazzi are nothing new, but this special examines the ways that celebs fight back to keep one special day — their weddings — hidden away from prying eyes. The hour gives details on Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon's wedding, which was staged to look like an elaborate music video. Other celebs fighting for privacy include Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Britney Spears, Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Lopez. — Brie Hearn

Downtown Girls
11/10c MTV
Fans of "unscripted" dramas like The Hills and The City might want to check out this new reality series, which strives to be like a real-life version of Sex and the City. In last week's premiere, Glamour blogger and series star Shallon Lester decided to throw an "ex-swap," where she and her boy-crazy gal pals could recycle their exes. Not surprisingly, it didn't go so well. Here's hoping they have better luck this week when Shallon's friends try to steer her away from bad boys by setting up an interview process to help her find eligible bachelors. — Karen Andzejewicz

NBA Finals
9/8c ABC
Celtic pride is alive and well as the best-of-seven finals arrive in Boston tied 1-1, with the Lakers still wondering what hit them Sunday night. Much of L.A.'s Game 1 mojo disappeared in a nine-point Game 2 loss marked by a Finals-record eight Ray Allen three-pointers and an all-out 42-minute effort by backcourtmate Rajon Rondo, who logged his second triple-double of the postseason. Laker big men Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum combined to block 13 shots in Sunday's loss and key the team's bid to dominate the paint on the parquet floor, where L.A. prevailed 90-89 back in January. — Roger Leister