So You Think You Can Dance (8pm, Fox) - The Top 14 dancers' performances include a tribute to choreographer Mia Michaels, and four finalists are eliminated.
Oh, Sit! (8pm, CW) - If I told you The CW has a new competition reality series based on the game of "musical chairs," you'd probably say I was joking. Sadly, you'd be wrong. It's real and it's hosted by Jamie Kennedy. I'm thinking, given the inexplicable popularity of ABC's "Wipe Out," with which "Oh, Sit!" shares some similarities, it could be a sleeper hit.
Necessary Roughness (10pm, USA) - Dani works with a professional video gamer, and she and Matt discover the upside to their breakup. Also, the Hawks start making cuts after training season, and T.K. tries to help Razor with a problem but discovers one of his own in the process.
Restaurant Impossible (10pm, Food) - In the Season 4 opener, Chef Irvine finds a filthy kitchen and a subordinate staff when he visits a struggling steak-and-seafood joint in Fayetteville, Georgia.
Top Chef Masters (10pm, Bravo) - The chefs must reinvent ordinary salad-bar ingredients for the pop band the B-52s. Later, they travel to the Grand Canyon for a cookout.
Toy Hunter (10pm, Travel) - Jordan Hembrough hunts for vintage toys in New Jersey in the premiere of this new reality series, which follows the collectibles dealer as he travels the country in search of rare vintage items to sell to his buyers around the world. Here's Adrienne's review.
America's Lost Treasures (10pm, NGC) - Unfortunately, "History Detectives" (PBS) is in reruns, but "America's Lost Treasures" is a decent knockoff. In Kansas City, Mo., Curt Doussett investigates a revolver said to be once owned by Wild West outlaw Jesse James, while Kinga Phillipps examines a beaded bag that may have belonged to the Native American leader Geronimo.