Vegas week on Dance, Fear Itself scares up thrills
NBC wants you to be afraid, be very afraid.
Finally, the auditions are over on "So You Think You Can Dance" and it's time to move on to the main event. Last night's audition show was a bit more interesting than usual. Like that girl they rejected in one city and ended up putting through when she traveled to audition at a second city. But what was up with Travis doing that odd Britney-esque dance at the end of it all?
And speaking of 'the end,' "Top Chef" whittled the pack down to three for the finale which airs next week. Sadly, it was Antonia who was sent packing. I didn't expect her to win but I hate that Lisa is staying with her poor attitude. I know it's a cooking show, but since we can't taste the food we need to go with what we see on screen. When it comes to LIsa, I never like what I see, nor do 91% of the people who voted last night who said it was time for her to go home.
Stephanie should win, but Richard might pull it out.
Tonight on TV
There are a number of goodies on the tube tonight. FOX will likely take the night with the Vegas portion of "So You Think You Can Dance."
CBS starts off with "CSI" reruns then goes with the premiere of their naughty new seventies drama "Swingtown."
NBC has "My Name is Earl" then a new episode of "Last Comic Standing." They cap the night with the very spooky premiere of the horror anthology "Fear Itself."
Depending where you live, ABC will be running NBA finals in prime time and The CW has "Smallville" and a very funny episode of "Supernatural."
Over on cable
Food Network has a rerun of "Next Food Network Star" in case you missed the premiere and that's followed by a new "Ace of Cakes."
HGTV has new episodes of "Designed to Sell," "Divine Design" and "House Hunters."
VH1 goes with "Celebrity Addiction with Dr. Drew" and "Celebracadabra," both new.
News and notable
Connie Britton of "Friday Night Lights" will be joining Lindsay Lohan in her new movie.
Showtime picked up the comedy series "The United States of Tara" which stars Toni Collette as a wife and mother with multiple personalities.
Gary Cole will be joining Catherine O'Hara in "Good Behavior," a drama about a family of criminals who decide to go straight.