Minnesotan Katrina Radke didn't medal at the Olympics, but she still has a chance to take gold in one of TV's longest-running series. Radke, who finished fifth in the 200-meter butterfly event during the 1988 Seoul Games, will compete in the 35th edition of CBS' "Survivor," which will be set in Fiji.
7 p.m., WCCO, Ch. 4
If "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" is going to break the record as network TV's longest-running drama, it'll probably have to keep finding ways to keep star Mariska Hargitay engaged. The latest twist: having her character be investigated for alleged child abuse by former colleagues. The plot defies logic; then again, so does the idea that this procedural is entering its 19th season.
8 p.m., KARE, Ch. 11
That's what friends are for
Luke McGregor and Celia Pacquola have created a terrific vehicle for themselves called "Rosehaven," an Aussie import about the bond between a real estate agent with serious mommy issues and a bride jilted during her honeymoon. Their attempt to forge through new chapters in a charming small town gives "quaint comedy" a new name. Kris McQuade channels her inner Kathy Bates as the intimidating mother.
10 p.m., Sundance TV