“I Survived” ABC’s New Lineup, by tuning in to the finale of “Hell’s Kitchen!”
Last night was taken up by those “Nashville Stars.” You can find my recap here. I forgot to mention a performance by Blake Shelton. My husband, who is not much of a country fan, came to join me just after Blake began singing “Home,” then proclaimed, “now he’s good.” I had to explain that he was “good” because he was one of the biggest acts in country music and not a contestant. At least it shows that my husband has good taste and an ear for good music.
After that it was “Legally Blonde” but I only made it through half the episode before I succumbed to the “Dark Angel: Season Two” DVD in my player. I get on these jags, can’t help it.
Tonight on TV
The silly game shows are back on ABC. It begins with “Wipeout,” then moves to “I Survived a Japanese Game Show,” after that things get serious with “Primetime: The Outsiders.”
FOX has a big night planned with the season finales of both “Moment of Truth” and “Hell’s Kitchen.”
NBC hauls out the big guns with “Celebrity Family Feud” and “America’s Got Talent.”
CBS goes with “NCIS,” a new “48 Hours Mystery” and a rerun of “Without a Trace.”
The CW comes in last with repeats of “Beauty and the Geek” and “Reaper.”
Over on cable
ABC Family has another new, and unusual for them, series called “The Secret Life of an American Teenager,” which revolves around an unwed teen mom.
“Throwdown with Bobby Flay” is new on The Food Network and there’s another “Rescue Me” minisode on FX at 10:00 (ish).
“Tori & Dean” put in a bid on a house in Hollywood on Oxygen and it’s the final cut for MTV’s “Tila Tequila.”
Finally, VH1 is mostly new with “I Love Money: Casting Special” and “Dr. Drew’s Celebrity Addiction Special.”
News and notable
Tim Roth will take the lead in FOX’s new series “Lie to Me” about the field of deception detection.
“Emeril Live” moves to Fine Living, every night at 7:00 starting on July 7.
Former NFL Star Warren Sapp will be “Dancing with the Stars” in the upcoming round.
Pamela Anderson raised $65,000 for PETA by auctioning off her 2000 Dodge Viper.
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