Two USA Premieres Too!
One thing about the Vegas week episode of So You Think You Can Dance that really surprised me: there wasn't an ounce of drama in the whole episode. I mean that in a good way. No one went diva in front of the cameras, no one being taken away by ambulance, no one scheming to throw their dancing partners under the bus -- just talented dancers working hard for the win. What a refreshing change of pace.
You can read my full recap of last night's episode of So You Think You Can Dance right here at SheKnows.com
For those who enjoy a visit from the drama lama, here's a Spencer and Heidi clip from I'm a Celebrity. . . Get Me Out of Here!
Tonight's top picks:
Summers are usually reserved for special events, reruns and reality shows, but NBC is placing their bets on a new scripted summer series called The Listener. It's a paranormal drama about a paramedic who can hear what people are thinking.
The Listener premieres tonight at 10:00 on NBC.
Michael may be free of the organization that tried to burn him but that doesn't mean the living is easy. It's the third season opener of this USA Network action series and Michael is off to Latin America to extradite a thug who's displacing landowners.
Watch Burn Notice at 9:00 on USA.
Following Burn Notice is the premiere of USA Network's newest scripted drama Royal Pains. Mark Feurstein plays a doctor who is forced down a new career path - hand-holding the rich and famous who frequent a posh coastal town in New England. Think Private Practice with a cynical twist.
Watch the premiere of Royal Pains at 10:00 on USA.
News and notable
Sources are now reporting that Brian Austin Green has passed on One Tree Hill despite being offered a hefty salary.
Eminem has admitted that he was indeed part of the whole butt-in-the-face prank at the MTV Movie Awards.
Prison Break star Robert Knepper will be dogging the Heroes on the next season of that show.
Variety is reporting that A&E has canceled Patrick Swayze's series The Beast.
UK newspaper The Daily Mail is claiming that Susan Boyle may have been cheated out of a win. They say that clips of her final performance, which aired on YouTube, in cooperation with Britian's Got Talent, carried the wrong voting phone number. Could that slipup be enough to give her opponents the winning edge? I'm sure we haven't hear the last of this.
A fond farewell to Nickelodeon Magazine, which will cease production this week. That was a favorite around our house when my son was younger. It's a shame to see it go.