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It's nice to see "So You Think You Can Dance" dedicate its new season to a younger generation, especially when it puts the spotlight on a 13-year-old ballerina starting to embrace her early growth spurt. But there's something icky about watching some of these preteens bust a move like they're working the late night at Gentleman Jim's. All the mothering in the world from Paula Abdul can't erase the urge to wrap a shawl around Little Miss Sunshine's bare shoulders.
7 p.m. KMSP, Ch. 9
Tired of waiting for Phoebe to pick him up in her cab, Joey has gotten wheels of his own — and then some. "Friends" veteran Matt LeBlanc makes his mark as the first non-British host of "Top Gear," the long-running series in which grown men turn into little boys over the purr of high-performance engines.
8 p.m. BBC America
The big shorts
Adam Driver makes up for all his jerk-like behavior in "Girls" and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" by opening "TED Talks: War & Peace" with a modest but powerful summary of how the arts can help soldiers cope with their return home. Driver, a veteran himself, is followed by journalist Sebastian Junger, protester Jamila Raqib and others who effectively make their points before their allotted time is up. If only the presidential candidates could do the same.
9 p.m. TPT, Ch. 2