* XXI Olympic Winter Games (8/7c NBC)
The most anticipated event of the Games is this evening, with Kim Yu-Na of South Korea the favorite in the women's figure-skating final. She is coached by two-time silver medalist Brian Orser. The U.S. champ is Rachael Flatt, who has a skating great in her corner as well in 1976 gold-medal winner Dorothy Hamill. She "has been working on the finesse of my skating," says Flatt. Contenders also include Japan's Mao Asada; Canada's Joannie Rochette, who gave an emotional performance in Tuesday's short program just two days after the death of her mother; and American Mirai Nagasu. U.S. jumpers may not be favored in freestyle skiing's aerials final, but they do have two capable contenders in Jeret "Speedy" Peterson and Ryan St. Onge, who has not fared well since winning the 2009 World Championships. Also in prime time is Nordic combined's individual large-hill final, with Bill Demong (U.S.) the reigning world champ. On MSNBC, the U.S. faces Canada in the gold-medal game in women's hockey.
* The Deep End (8/7c ABC)
Since this legal series failed to find much of an audience, The Deep End will likely get the deep six after this sixth and final episode of the first season. Tonight Cliff tries to weasel his way back into Susan's life; Dylan and Beth team up on a case involving a text message; and Addy and Malcolm take on an insurance company that's not above twisting the truth.
Over the last few weeks, Michael has had his hands full with the gleefully fiendish Gilroy. But in this last episode before the season finale, it's Fiona who gets herself into hot water when she takes a case that finds her tangling with an unstable and paranoid kidnapper. On top of those character flaws, the kidnapper also turns out to be quite devious and isn't exactly who he says he is.
* Soundstage (10/9c PBS)
The legendary Willie Nelson showcases selections from his forthcoming album Country Music, including Al Dexter's "Pistol Packin' Mamma," the Joe "Red" Hayes-Jack Rhodes tune "Satisfied Mind" and Bill Mack's "Drinking Champagne." He also reaches into his vast repertoire for a few additional classics, including "Whiskey River" and Bob Wills' "Trouble in Mind."
It hadn't been a San Francisco treat for Vicki during the wives' getaway to the City by the Bay. Drama crept in like that city's invading fog when the other ladies verbally assailed her. Still hurting in the wake of that attack, Vicki turns to an old friend for comfort - erstwhile cast mate Jeana Keough. Meanwhile, in a plastic-fantastic development, Alexis and her mother visit a nip-tuck doctor. As for Lynne, she reassesses her marriage, and Gretchen looks forward to the launch of her makeup line.