Dance results and My Boys returns
The password is "laughter."
Now this is what I call summer viewing! "So You Think You Can Dance" started with a bang last night, check out my full recap later today. Next it was "Celebrity Circus" which was also unexpectedly entertaining. Finally, a winner was chosen on "Top Chef" and it was Stephanie! She's the first woman to win on the show, so that's doubly cool.
Speaking of doubly cool, look what's on tonight.
Tonight on TV
FOX could take it with a new "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader" followed by the first "So You Think You Can Dance" results show (and seriously, they need to shorten the names of their shows.)
NBC is looking good with "My Name is Earl," followed by new episodes of "Last Comic Standing," and the new anthology series "Fear Itself."
CBS starts with "Million Dollar Password," goes to a "CSI" rerun, but ends with a new "Swingtown."
ABC is running the NBA Finals in primetime depending on where you live.
The CW has reruns of "Smallville" and "Supernatural."
Over on cable
Kathy Griffin hosts "Bravo's A-List Awards" at 10:00 on Bravo. Also at 10:00 is a new episode of "Made" on MTV and "Celebrity Weddings" on Style.
For a lot of laughs, head over to TBS for the season premieres of "The Bill Engvall Show" and "My Boys."
News and notable
Bravo is planning "Top Chef Junior" for culinary geniuses under 18.
Katherine Heigl dropped out of the Emmy race saying that the "Grey's Anatomy" scripts last year weren't good enough to earn her a spot. (That's refreshing.) See the story here
"'Til Death" star Brad Garrett will be looking for a date online in a new short web, reality series (yikes) called. . . wait for it. . . "Dating Brad Garrett." His ex wife will be on the panel of judges.
E! is reporting that MTV is negotiating for the rights to Spencer and Heidi's wedding. Bound to be a ratings hit.