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World Cup final: Spain vs. Netherlands (11:30 a.m., ABC). A fantastic matchup with two of the most exciting teams in the tournament. So please, don’t let it end in a nil-nil draw and be decided on penalty kicks. The Netherlands wear Giants colors, so go Dutch!

“Leverage” (9 p.m., TNT). It’s a very special episode. Mostly because my cousin’s wife is a guest star tonight, with an actual speaking role. Very exciting. Though honestly, it’d be more exciting if I had met her more than once and could recognize which one she is. Shhhh, don’t tell my cuz.

“Hung” (10 p.m., HBO). Ray gets too personal with a client. Come on, hasn’t he seen “Pretty Woman”? He should know the rules of a hooker!

“Entourage” (9:30 p.m., HBO). Ari meets with Jerry Jones and a bunch of other NFL honchos. Meanwhile, Vince starts acting like a daredevil.

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“True Blood” (9 p.m., HBO). Sookie goes to an engagement party and Eric keeps searching for Bill.

“Masterpiece Mystery — Poirot: Murder on the Orient Express” (9 p.m., PBS). A new version of the Agatha Christie classic starring David Suchet.

“Next Food Network Star” (9 p.m., Food Network). The contestants go before a live studio audience, and then go operate roach coaches at Venice Beach.

“Inside Secret Government Warehouses: Shocking Revelations” (9 p.m., Syfy). Well, the title kinda speaks for itself. And it’s a shameless plug for “Warehouse 13.” Still, this look inside Area 51, the Vatican archives and more could be fun for conspiracy-minded nutcases. Like me.

“The Glades” (10 p.m., A&E). Series premiere. A disgraced Chicago cop starts over in rural South Florida. Not exactly groundbreaking TV, but it might be entertaining enough.

“Top Shot” (10 p.m., History). The shootists compete with Revolutionary War-era muskets.

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“Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch” (9 p.m., VH1). Series premiere. The NFL receiver/noted loudmouth kicks off a dating show with 85 women trying to catch his eye. Get it? 85? Ochocinco? This show has disaster written all over it. Which might actually make it worth watching, in a horrifyingly amusing way. One question though: Since when does a rich, handsome pro athlete need a reality show to meet women?

“The T.O. Show” (10:30 p.m., VH1). Season premiere. And another NFL reality show. Receiver/noted loudmouth Terrell Owens is back (for some reason) for a second season. He’s awful, and this show is too.