Basketball, Mysteries and the Work Out is over
Slim pickins on this sweltering summer night.
Last night was pretty enjoyable with the NBC debut of "Nashville Star." You can read my full recap here. Then I traded in country for Broadway with the second episode of "Legally Blonde" where they pulled a dirty trick on those poor girls. They had to perform a scene from the musical with one of the actual stars, who was asked to purposely drop a line to see how the girls would react. Interesting challenge but not all that telling in the end.
Let's see what's on tonight!
Tonight on TV
ABC will be running the NBA Finals, so depending where you live, that might be your primetime choice.
CBS has a repeat of "NCIS," which is always cool to watch, followed by a new "48 Hours Mystery" and a rerun of "Without a Trace."
NBC goes with "Most Outrageous Moments," and two reruns of "Law & Order: SVU."
The CW has more repeats, "Beauty and the Geek" and "Reaper."
Fox is the only one with all new programming including "Moment of Truth" and "Hell's Kitchen."
Over on cable
Tila meets the families on a new "Tila Tequila" on MTV at 10:00. Oxygen has "25iest Power Couples," also at 10:00.
WE profiles adult film stars in "Secret Lives of Women," while Style asks, "Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?"
Finally, it's the season finale of "Work Out" on Bravo that leaves Jackie wondering about her life, love and future as a TV star.
News and notable
MTV has ordered 6 episodes of "Bromance" where guys will compete to be Brody Jenner's new best friend. (Remember how well that worked out when Paris Hilton tried the same?)
VH1 is going with "Scream Queens" where ten girls will compete for the opportunity to be murdered in a horror movie.
HBO has picked up "Bored to Death," a kicky little piece about a noir detective novelist who ends up living as if he's in one of his own books.
The people behind "Miami Ink" are working on a reality show deal with wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Rocky Carroll will take over for the recently departed "director" on NCIS.
FX has canceled "Dirt."