TLC is all new tonight, Talent, Feud and more
America's Got Talent continues while it's a Blue Collar brawl and MTV tries to make Gents out of G's.
Last night was jam-packed with things to watch all after the 9:00 o'clock hour! First was "Nashville Star" which I'll cover in depth in my full recap later this afternoon. Then it was 'thanks to the DVR' time so I was able to catch both "Legally Blonde" and "The Middleman."
"Legally Blonde" pushed the girls to their limit with a routine that required them to be a triple threat (sing, dance, act) and even do a quick costume change! Bailey had a wardrobe malfunction that ended up being in her favor and in the end it was sweet Lauren who went home. Very talented, but too young.
If you haven't see ABC Family's "The Middleman" you simply must, especially if you're a SCI FI or comic book fan. The show is like "Get Smart" with superheroes. Totally crazy and yet, so very smart. It defies explanation so check it out for yourself.
Tonight on TV
Another big night of new shows.
ABC goes for the laughs with "Wipeout" and "I Survived a Japanese Game Show," then they switch tone for "Primetime: Family Secrets."
NBC has the "Blue Collar" guys up battling it out on "Celebrity Family Feud." That's followed by a new "America's Got Talent" and a rerun of "Law & Order: SVU."
CBS bookends a new "Big Brother" with reruns of "NCIS" and "Without a Trace."
The CW has reruns of "Beauty and the Geek" and "Reaper."
FOX will be running the MLB: All-Star Game but the exact time depends on your location.
Over on cable
TLC has a full night of season premieres with "Say Yes to the Dress," the new "Rock the Reception" and "Must Love Kids," where single moms look for love.
MTV rolls out a new make-over series, "From G's to Gents" which tries to turn sows ears into silk purses.
On Bravo, Jeff is "Flipping Out" when he sees the footage from his hidden camera and Bobby Flay issues a gumbo "Throwdown" on The Food Network at 9:00.
News and notable
TVGuide is reporting that William Petersen has contracted to appear in only a few episodes of "CSI" this coming season.
Looking to spin-off "Prison Break," execs there are working on a female version tentatively titled "Prison Break: Cherry Hill."
Kristoffer Polaha, Autumn Reeser, and Robert Baker have been cast as the three lead "Gods" in the new CW series "Valentine, Inc.," a dramedy about Greek gods living on Earth.
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