Death and the Civil War (8pm, UNC-TV) - A Ric Burns documentary examining how the Civil War death toll, which is estimated to have been 750,000 people (2.5 percent of the nation's population at the time), affected the nation's psyche.
So You Think You Can Dance (8pm, Fox) - Carly Rae Jepsen performs in tonight's finale.
Best in TV (9pm, ABC) - Barbara Walters hosts a two-hour special recounting the greatest TV shows of our time, as determined by an ABC News-People Magazine poll.
Go On (9pm, NBC) - Ryan (Matthew Perry, right) learns to appreciate the support group more and not separate it from the rest of his life. Also, Steven makes an awkward attempt to help Ryan overcome his loss.
White Collar (9pm, USA) - In the show's summer finale, an FBI conference is targeted by a thief, who has a plan to steal something extremely valuable.
The New Normal (9:30pm, NBC) - Bryan goes on a shopping spree for baby clothes, and returning them proves to be a problem. Meanwhile, Shania dresses up in baby clothes for school (sad that her Little Edie phase is over), forcing Goldie to have an uncomfortable interaction with her teacher.
Parenthood (10pm, NBC) - Julia takes an unusual approach to show Victor affection, and Hank (Ray Romano) offers Sarah insight into Drew's feelings.
Frontline: The Battle for Syria (10pm, UNC-TV) - A report on the situation in Syria, where rival secular and Islamist rebel groups are battling President Bashar al-Assad's forces.