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Talent, Big Brother, Eureka and more

Eureka and Food Detectives begin anew as Mario Lopez prepares for a new role as host of Extra.

I really miss my weekly scripted shows, “Supernatural,” “Numb3rs,” and “Sarah Connor Chronicles.” Last night I watched the DVR’d finale of “The Next Food Network Star” and it was Aaron McCargo Jr! He’s the guy I picked to win from day one, seriously. He had this easy, watchable way around him and he was born in the town my family called home for many years when I was little. Can’t wait to see his new series on The Food Network.

Last night also brought us the finale performances on “Nashville Star” and I’ll have more on that later. “High School Musical: Get in the Picture” chose their final six from the West and these guys aren’t nearly as good as the ones from the East. Interesting to say the least.

Let’s see what else is interesting…

That will leave a mark

Tonight on TV

ABC is all new with “Wipeout,” “I Survived a Japanese Game Show,” and “Primetime: Family Secrets.”
NBC is mostly new with “Celebrity Family Feud” and “America’s Got Talent,” followed by a rerun of “Law & Order: SVU.”

CBS goes with “NCIS,” a new “Big Brother,” and a rerun of “Without a Trace.”

FOX has “Kitchen Nightmares” and “House.”

The CW goes with “Beauty and the Geek” and “Reaper.” 

Over on cable

ABC Family has “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” while Jeff is “Flipping Out” again over on Bravo.

“Good Eats,” “Food Detectives,” and “Road Tasted” are all new tonight on The Food Network.

Try the new show “Stagers” on HGTV at 9:30 and after that on Lifetime is “How to Look Good Naked.”

“Eureka” returns for a new season on SCI FI Channel and WE’s “Secret Lives of Women” looks at taboo relationships. 

News and notable

“X-Files” star Mitch Pileggi will guest as Sam and Dean’s grandfather on “Supernatural.”

Mario Lopez takes over as the new host of “Extra” as Mark McGrath leaves the show. Stay tuned to SheKnows for our interview with the sexy star.

TVGuide is developing a series called “My Favorite Things” which will focus on the products and places stars adore.

Style Network is soon to release “The Dish”, hosted by Danielle Fishel labeled the best and worst of celebrity culture. Sounds like someone is a little too fond of our own SheKnows Daily Dish.

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