What we're watching: Tonight men's early round and women's quarterfinal action at the US Open takes the top spot in our tv-watching schedule.

Our traditional high-def listings continue below.


Here are some other HDTV programs showing on selected networks today. All times are Eastern, reruns are in italics , premieres are in bold :

ABC (720p): According to Jim (8 & 8:30 p.m.), NASCAR in Primetime (10 p.m.)

CBS (1080i) : Criminal Minds (9 p.m.), CSI: NY (10 p.m.)

NBC (1080i): The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (11:34 p.m.)

Fox (720p) : 'til Death (8 & 8:30 p.m.), Bones (9 p.m.)

CW (1080i): N/A

MYNTV (1080i): N/A

Discovery-HD (1080i): Urban Wild (7 p.m.), Build it Bigger (8 & 11 p.m.), Really Big Things (9 p.m.), Predators of the Great Barrier Reef (10 p.m.)

ESPN-HD (720p): SportsCenter (6 & 11 p.m.), Baseball Tonight (7 p.m.), MLB: Dodgers vs. Cubs (8 p.m.)

ESPN2-HD (720p) : College Football Live (6:30 p.m.)

TNT-HD (1080i): Law & Order (6, 7, 8, 9 & 10 p.m.), Without a Trace (11 p.m.)

Mojo HD (1080i): London Live (7 & 7:30 p.m .), King of Miami (8 p.m.), Geared Up (8:30 p.m.), The Show (9 p.m.), Timeless (9:30 & 10 p.m.), I Bet You (10:30 p.m.), Wall Street Warriors (11 p.m.), Dr. Danger (11:30 p.m.)

HDNet (1080i) : HDNet World Report (7 p.m.), The Black Donnellys (8 & 11 p.m.), Robbery Homicide Division (9 p.m.), Philly (10 p.m.)

HDNet Movies (1080i): Can't Buy Me Love (8:35 & 11:35 p.m.), She's Having a Baby (9:45 p.m.)

Universal HD (1080i): 2007 US Open Tennis (7 p.m.), National Heads Up Poker Championship (11 p.m.)

HBO-HD (1080i): She's the Man (6 p.m.), Big Love (8:25 p.m.), Entourage (9:30 p.m.), Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Kansas City Chiefs (10 p.m.)

MAX-HD (1080i): Children of God: Lost and Found (7 p.m.), Cruel Intentions (8:15 p.m.), Idiocracy (10 p.m.)

Showtime-HD (1080i) : The Longest Yard (7 p.m.), Californication (9 p.m .), Weeds (9:30 p.m.), Waiting (10 p.m.)

STZ-HD (1080i): The Paperboy (7:20 p.m.), Invincible (9 p.m.), Gridiron Gang (10:50 p.m.)

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