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The Next Big Thing: NY: Trapper is directing a music video for a client, and Tracy gets an audition that could land her a role in a musical in this season finale (7 p.m. Oxygen).
So You Think You Can Dance: The top 20 finalists perform in this new episode (8 p.m. Fox).
America's Got Talent: Four acts move on to the top 24 in a new episode of the talent show (9 p.m. NBC).
Beverly Hills Nannies: This new series revolves around the workers who keep the households in the famous ZIP Code running smoothly (9 and 10 p.m. ABC Family).
America's Lost Treasures: Curt and Kinga are in Milwaukee in this new episode, where Curt falls for a handcrafted violin from the 1800s and Kinga uncovers a writing box from the 1700s believed to have been owned by Roger Sherman, one of the committee members who drafted the Declaration of Independence (9 p.m. National Geographic).
Dallas: John Ross (Josh Henderson) resents having to do his father's (Larry Hagman) dirty work, and Bobby (Patrick Duffy) learns that his wife (Brenda Strong) went to someone else for help with a family problem in a new episode of the reborn prime-time soap (9 p.m. TNT).
Royal Pains: Hank and Divya (Mark Feuerstein and Reshma Shetty) treat a matchmaker in this new episode (9 p.m. USA).
Final Witness: The new episode "Fatal Devotion" recalls the 2001 murders of Mary Jane Longo and her three children. (10:02 p.m. ABC).
Futurama: Leela's mother starts dating Zapp Brannigan in a new episode of the animated science-fiction comedy (10 p.m. Comedy Central).
Restaurant: Impossible: The new season opens with Longbranch Steak and Seafood, a struggling family restaurant (10 p.m. Food).
The Franchise: A Season With the Miami Marlins: To go with a new stadium, a new name, a new manager and new stars, the Miami Marlins also get a national spotlight as "The Franchise" starts its regular run after a sneak preview in April (10 p.m. Showtime).
2012 ESPYs: The 20th annual ESPYs, a gathering of celebrities from sports and entertainment to honor the major sports achievements of the last year, air from the Nokia Theatre. Rob Riggle hosts (6 and 9:30 p.m. ESPN).
College baseball: California Collegiate League All Star Game (7 p.m. FSN).
2012 Tour de France: Stage 11 — High Mountains (4 a.m. NBCSP).