Dancing Stars eliminate while SVU celebrates
Last night was the best Dancing with the Stars episode I've seen this season. Everyone really put their best dancing foot forward and it was a delight!
On the opposite side of the road, Sarah Connormade a bold move killing off a main character last night -- actually, not as bold as they led us to believe with their teasers. The big "death" was that of Terminator Cromartie who has been tracking them since day one, and that's exactly why he had to go. This guy was supposed to be the ultimate Terminator and yet he couldn't find and kill even one of the Connor clan? That was a plot point that was getting on my nerves, so bravo!
Tonight there are two new shows premiering that you might enjoy. Lifetime comes out with new reality competition show called Blush: The Search for the Next Great Make-Up Artist. Put that winner with the Glam God and the Shear Geniusand you're ready for a night on the town.
SCI FI Channel cuts loose with Cha$e at 10 pm, another reality competition show but more along the lines of the movie Running Man. Contestants have to navigate through a real-life game board, completing tasks and making it to the finish line while avoiding the hunters who are on their tail. It's a giant game of tag with a big money prize for one weekly winner.
Tonight on TV
Teen idol Jesse McCartney guests on NBC's Law & Order: SVU but the evening begins with Biggest Loser.
ABC has Brad Paisley performing on the Dancing with the Stars results show but first you'll see a recap of last night and after that it's Eli Stone.
CBS has a night filled with tense crime dramas, NCIS, The Mentalist, and Without a Trace.
CW goes for the idol rich with 90210 and Privileged.
Finally, on Fox, House makes a house call and there's something growing inside of an FBI agent on Fringe. What are the chances that it won't be gross?
Over on cable
Lifetime has the premiere of Blush: The Search for the Next Great Make-Up Artist and SCI FI Channel goes with Cha$e.
ABCFamily airs the final two episodes of Lincoln Heights for this season and Paris Hilton is still looking for her new BFFon MTV.
On a serious note, WE has an interesting special called Vietnam Nurses with Dana Delany and that's followed by two episodes of Secret Lives of Women.
News and notable
When you think Christmas, you think cranberries. Right? Ocean Spray hopes it's true as they roll out a new animated Christmas special called Cranberry Christmas. The show features the songs of Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman and will air on ABC Family on December 8.
The executive producers of The Tudorsare working on a modern retelling of Camelot (the Arthurian version, not the Kennedy years) for Showtime.
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt of MTV's The Hills will be guesting on CBS' How I Met Your Mother.
Tracy Pollan will join the cast of NBC's Mediumfor three episodes.
Battlestar Galactica's Michael Trucco will guest in the Dec. 9 episode of NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unitalong with the lovely Kelly Hu.
And riding on the back of yesterday's crossover news, ABC is moving Private Practice to Thursdays at 10, right after Grey's Anatomy bumping Life on Mars to Wednesday's starting in January.
Law & Order SVU: Babes - Pictured: (l-r) Jesse McCartney as Max Matarazzo, Chris Meloni as Det. Elliot Stabler -- NBC Photo: Will Hart
Blush: The Search for the Next Great Make-Up Artist: Mentor Charlie Green (L) looks on as contestant Maura "Mo" Lewitts (center) gives her model a make-over using food as make-up in the new Lifetime reality series. Photo: Robert Voets for Lifetime Television