American Idol (8pm, Fox) - The show, which runs only 90 minutes tonight, is down to 9 singers. They'll be singing songs from artists in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Don't forget to keep track of all things McCreery at our Scotty Watch home base.
Breaking In (9:30pm, Fox) - The premiere of a promising new comedy about a high-tech security firm that protects its clients by exposing their vulnerabilities. Christian Slater, in this third attempt at a successful TV series, plays the boss, who blackmails a perpetual college student/computer hacker (Bret Harrison) to be his intern. This is Slater's first shot at a sitcom, and he certainly can't ask for a better lead-in. Executive produced by Adam Sandler. Read our review.
Justified (10pm, FX) - Mags Bennett and Carol Johnson finally talk business, but with Boyd sitting in and Raylan standing guard. Earlier, Coover (has a creepier character ever existed on television?) overhears his mother talking about him to young Loretta, and he doesn't like what he hears.
Law & Order: SVU (10pm, NBC) - Family vengeance factors into a rape case in which both the cops and the suspect seek outside help: Former ADA Casey Novak (Diane Neal) assists the detectives, while the accused man recruits his cousin, 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' DDA Jonah Decker (Terrence Howard).
Tori & Dean: sTORIbook Weddings (10pm, Oxygen) - A new reality series in which Hollywood couple Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott create dream weddings for others. Tonight's premiere features a dog-themed ceremony. Here's our review.
Top Chef All-Stars: Reunion (10pm, Bravo) - Andy Cohen hosts a reunion featuring the all-star contestants, host Padma Lakshmi, and judges Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons. I'm thinking this is where we'll see that fight between Elia and Colicchio.
Workaholics (10:30pm, Comedy Central) - The premiere of a new comedy following the antics of three hard-partying college grads at their telemarketing job, where the guys must go to extremes to pass a drug test.
Top Chef: Masters (11pm, Bravo) - Stay tuned after the 'All-Stars' reunion for the premiere of Season 3 of 'Masters.' Chef Curtis Stone is on board this season as host (an improvement) and the season looks great. Our thoughts on the premiere.
Also tonight: The season finale of ABC's 'Off the Map' (10pm) and the premiere of a new reality series on Lifetime about life at a pagaent gown shop in a small town in Tennessee. 'Glamour Belles' airs at 10pm.