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Saving Grace
9/8c TNT
After three seasons, the edgy and unflinching character drama concludes for good with two successive episodes. Grace, the top Okie cop with the last-chance angel, shuts herself off completely from significant others as a past tragic event continues to haunt her. Meanwhile, Butch gets swept up in a potentially destructive situation, and Neely's effort to resist drugs reaches a fever pitch. Then comes the second episode — the series finale — in which Grace undergoes a game-changing spiritual metamorphosis. With a newfound sense of purpose and sheer determination, she takes a grand stand against evil. — Dean Maurer

6:30 a.m./5:30c ESPN2
After watching their countries duel on the soccer field in World Cup play, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal take to the grass of the All-England Club tied at one major apiece in 2010. Defending champ Federer is chasing a record-tying seventh Wimbledon title, while 2008 champ Nadal is after his second in a row, having missed last year's event due to injury. Andy Roddick, winner of a record 39 games while losing last year's final, heads three U.S. seeds sure to get extra attention on ESPN2 (and ESPNU starting tomorrow). In the ladies' draw, Serena (three) and Venus Williams (five) bid for a ninth London singles title in 11 years, with comebacking Belgians Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin sure to put up a fight. — Roger Leister

The Bachelorette
8/7c ABC
To liken Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano to Kasey and Justin might be a stretch: Eyjafjallajökull wreaked havoc all over Europe while those two guys are merely annoying reality-show contestants. OK, they're very annoying, and the good news is that one will end his Bachelorette career tonight — on a glacier near the volcano — after going roseless on their two-on-one date with Ali, a helicopter tour of the Land of Fire and Ice. There's also a poetry slam, and plenty of pecs in an Icelandic hot spring, and then the love jet takes off for Istanbul with seven bachelors aboard. — Paul Droesch

9/8c HBO
The ongoing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has renewed calls for alternative sources of energy, and one often cited is natural gas. Not so fast, says filmmaker Josh Fox, who wanted to see what all the fuss was about after receiving an offer for gas-drilling rights to his northeastern Pennsylvania property. His 2010 cautionary tale, a Special Jury Prize winner at Sundance, traverses the country to talk to folks who have seen the environmental hazards and health risks of this campaign firsthand. — Joe Friedrich

Inedible to Incredible
10/9c TLC
Top New Orleans chef John Besh is traveling across the country helping seemingly hopeless home cooks improve their performance in the kitchen in this new series. In the premiere, he stages a cooking intervention for a woman who is in denial about her bad cooking. Rather, she thinks her wacky culinary concoctions, like strawberry-cornflake burgers, are quite imaginative. We think that's just wrong. — Karen Andzejewicz

CSI: Miami
10:01/9:01c CBS
In this February repeat, Anthony Michael Hall guest stars as a convicted killer on death row who is awaiting execution for murdering his wife and daughter 15 years ago. But just before his date with the needle, he's given a 24-hour reprieve due to new evidence that throws doubt on his guilt. The CSIs hurriedly get to work to prove whether he is innocent or deserves to die. And they get some much-needed help from an old friend — Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez). — Tim Holland

Larry King Live
8 p.m./ET CNN
King is joined by a host of celebrities — including Justin Bieber, Ted Danson, Cameron Diaz, Lenny Kravitz, Tim McGraw, Robert Redford and Sting (who performs) — in a two-hour telethon to raise funds to help rebuild the Gulf Coast. Donors can choose to give to one of three charities: United Way, which is helping families facing economic hardships; the National Wildlife Federation, which is striving to save wildlife; and the Nature Conservancy, which is working to clean up coastline habitats. — Jeff Gemmill