* The Good Wife (10/9c CBS)
Alicia Florrick is a good wife, but that doesn't mean she is never attracted to other men. With her cheating husband in jail for corruption, who could blame her if she indulges in a little flirting? In this episode, Alicia becomes attracted to her handsome co-counsel (Chris Bowers) and his unorthodox approach to their case, which is defending the daughter of one of the firm's partners.
* Dancing with the Stars (9:01/8:01c ABC)
After several weeks of double eliminations, only one celebrity is exiting tonight - just one week shy of the semifinals. This jam-packed results show includes performances by Michael Buble and Susan Boyle, as well as this season's Design-a-Dance performance, featuring Sabrina Boyle and one of the show's male professional dancers. And then there's the in-depth analysis that only DanceCenter can provide. Kenny Mayne and Jerry Rice are joined by Stacy Keibler for this season's installment.
* The Biggest Loser (8/7c NBC)
When host Alison Sweeney announces that two players will be eliminated this week instead of just one, the eight remaining contestants kick it into high gear to ensure they land above the yellow line at the weigh-in. The competition then turns into a real circus when, after a series of challenges, Bob leads the group in a high-flying workout on the trapeze. But the day's not quite over for the group as they return to the ranch to find Jillian waiting there to lead another round of last-chance workouts.
* World Series of Poker (9/8c ESPN)
Just six days after the Yankees nine got the final out in baseball's World Series, the "November Nine" return to Las Vegas to determine the 40th main-event champion of the World Series of Poker. Ever since Chris Moneymaker's landmark win in 2003, poker's premier title has been captured by unknowns, but superstar Phil Ivey is out to restore order for the game's established pros. Chip-leader Darvin Moon, a logger by trade, heads the eight players sitting between Ivey and the $8.54 million first prize.
* So You Think You Can Dance (8/7c Fox)
The NCAA basketball tournament generates a fair amount of hoopla with its Sweet 16, but tonight the real "Big Dance" presents its own version of the hallowed round. And now that the World Series is over, this episode will be the first of the season to be followed by a results show the following night, so be ready to get on the phone to pick the next America's Favorite Dancer.
* In the Spotlight with Robin Roberts: Bright Lights, Big Stars, All Access Nashville (10:01/9:01c ABC)
On the eve of the CMA Awards, newscaster Robin Roberts interviews past CMA Award winners Vince Gill, Loretta Lynn, Martina McBride, Tim McGraw and Carrie Underwood. Roberts also dips further into country history, chatting with the redoubtable Rosanne Cash, whose latest CD, The List, is drawn from a list of 100 essential country songs given to her by her father, country legend Johnny Cash, when she was 18 years old.