Celebrity Circus, So You Think You Can Dance and more

Jun 11, 2008 at 6:58 p.m. ET

Check out the Hollywood stars under the big top with "Celebrity Circus!"

Marvel at death defying acts by...celebs!Slow TV night last night, left me watching "NCIS" and "Dawson's Creek" off the DVR with just a bit of "Hell's Kitchen" thrown in. I don't know if I've just grown tired of this series or maybe its this season.  There's no one that I'm rooting for and frankly, I'd be happy if they didn't have a winner at all this year. These guys and gals just aren't up to the task. And can we talk about bringing in the 'desperate housewives' for cooking lessons...on second thought, let's not.

Tonight has so much more sparkle. Check it out.

Tonight on TV

Fox will top the night with the first regular episode of "So You Think You Can Dance." Watch, vote and come back here to get my recap (and opinion) in the morning.

NBC has a little something-something going at 9:30 with the premiere of "Celebrity Circus," and "Deal or No Deal" before that.

ABS starts with reruns of "Wife Swap" and "Supernanny" and ends with the finale of "Men in Trees."

CBS goes with all reruns, "Price is Right," "Criminal Minds" and "CSI: NY."

The CW has an old "Top Model" and a new "Farmer Wants a Wife." 

Over on cable

It's the season finale of "Top Chef" on Bravo! Will a woman take home the prize this year? The odds are in their favor but only time (11:00 pm to be exact) will tell. Set your DVR's carefully as this show has a tendency to run over in these final episodes.

If you're not into cooking, WE has "OMG! Sextuplets!", TBS has new episodes of "Tyler Perry's House of Payne" and "The Real World" is new on MTV at 10:00.

News and notable

Ted Allen will host "Food Detectives" for the Food Network, a series all about myths and legends behind certain foods Cool idea.

David Coleman the "Dating Doctor" will be the focal point of a new reality series.

Jaime Kennedy will replace Jay Mohr on the new season of "Ghost Whisperer."

Love Disney movies? This summer, Disney.com will be streaming a new movie online each week after it airs on ABC.

Previous SheKnows Television features:

So You Think You Can Dance Top 20, the recap
Breakfast on the set of Frank TV
Will Lauren Conrad make the A List?

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