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So You Think You Can Dance, 7.30pm, Ten At last, the judges many peo­ple want to sock in the jaw can lay their ven­omous tongues to rest. It’s over. Yes, the Amer­i­can finale is here, and tonight some­one is go­ing to dance all the way to the bank with $ US250,000 ($ 268,000). Roll on the Aussie ver­sion, slated for 2008. Princesses, 8.30pm, World Movies A tale of friend­ship and love be­tween two pros­ti­tutes strug­gling to sur­vive on the streets of Madrid. There will be blood on the streets if I miss one nanosec­ond of this one, as Marg Downey used to say. He­roes, 9.30pm, Seven Even de­voted fans of the first sea­son of He­roes seem not so en­am­oured of the sec­ond. As the show is fast- tracked from the US, preview tapes are not gen­er­ally avail­able for re­view­ers here be­fore the show goes to air. But our spies tell us that Peter ( Milo Ven­timiglia, pic­tured) re­mem­bers one of his forgotten su­per- abil­i­ties, while Hiro and Ken­sei reach a fi­nal dra­matic turn in their leg­endary jour­ney to feu­dal Ja­pan. JTV Live: Pow­derfin­ger Go AWOL, 11.25pm, ABC They may not have taken home any of those lethal- look­ing ARIA awards this year, but few who saw it will for­get Pow­derfin­ger’s per­for­mance of Lost and Run­ning on the night. Just in the nick of time, with­out much com­men­tary at all, JTV Live fires up the band and lets the mu­sic speak for it­self.

Ian Cuth­bert­son

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