It's The Bachlorette vs the Nashville Stars
The Bachelorette chooses a mate and Zac Efron leaves high school.
The competition is heating up on both "Design Star" and "The Next Food Network Star" and I'm kinda surprised by who is still in the running. The contestants on "Design Star" had to design the Sara Evans suite for the Opryland Hotel. The group I like the least did the best job while the other group had troubles finding a couch that would fit through the door. In the end it was Stephanie, who hails from my neck of the woods, that was sent packing.
Oh, and what are the chances that all of these contestants actually knew who Sara Evans was when her name was announced? I think 'portions of the preceding program have been edited.'
On "The Next Food Network Star" the gang made an appearance on Rachael Ray's show and man, some were hard to watch. Some how Lisa squeaked by again even though she went completely mute halfway through her segment and it was Shane that was sent home.
Now let's look at what's on tonight.
Tonight on TV
ABC is sitting pretty with the season finale of "The Bachelorette," followed by an "After the Final Rose" wrap up show.
NBC counters nicely with "American Gladiators," "Nashville Star" and "Dateline NBC."
For CBS it's all reruns, "Big Bang Theory," "How I Met Your Mother," "Two and a Half Men," "Rules of Engagement" and "CSI: Miami."
The CW also has reruns, "Gossip Girl" and "One Tree Hill."
As does FOX with "Bones" and "House."
Over on cable
"The Middleman" returns to the 8:00 slot on ABC Family and that's followed by the fun, family movie "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed."
A&E has a new episode of "Intervention" at 9:00 and chases that with "Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal."
The Food Network has chips "Unwrapped" and HGTV shows you the "Hidden Potential" at 9:30.
Finally, "Legally Blonde" thins the pack a little more with a new episode at 10:00.
News and notable
FOX has won the rights to the new Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne variety show.
Denis Leary, Julia Louis-Dreyfus will lend their voices to "The Simpsons" in the new season.
Adam Carolla, Kate Walsh, Andy Dick, Ron White, Dave Navarro will be banging the gong on the updated version of the old game show.
USA Today is reporting that Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens have finally graduated from Disney high and will no longer appear in the "High School Musical" movies.