Dancing with the Stars crowns a champion
Last night was the big final performance night on Dancing with the Stars and it didn't disappoint. Each of the three couples performed in a Samba Smackdown and they went free-style with some incredible lifts and leaps! Tune in tonight to see who will take home that mirror-ball trophy!
After Dancing, I did a little DVR cleaning and watched Fringe from last week. It was marvelous with performances by both John Noble and the actor who played his friend in the mental institution. Scary stuff and I don't mean the Fringe science. If you ask me, man's inhumanity to man is worse than anything science can dream up.
On that less than happy note, let's look at tonight on TV.
Tonight On TV -- Tuesday, November 25ABC should sweep the night with A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and then the finale of Dancing with the Stars.
On NBC The Biggest Loser helps the families cope with a Thanksgiving meal and the Mike Farrell of M*A*S*H guests on Law & Order: SVU.
FOX delivers a hostage situation on House and then Olivia goes back in the tank in order to free herself of John Scott on Fringe.
The CW makes an unusual move, showing a movie -- Mandy Moore's How to Deal.
CBS begins the night with a man selling government secrets on NCIS, then it's The Mentalist, and a man vanishes on his way to a funeral on Without a Trace.
Over on cable
Starz has a great new special that takes a look at the influence movies have on fashion. You'll find that at 10:00 under Starz Inside.
Run for your life! SCI FI Channel has a new episode of CHA$E also at 10:00.
Blush continues to search for the Next Great Makeup Artist on Lifetime and Bizarre Foods takes a look at holiday dishes on Travel.
News and notableA&E has begun production on a reality series about Steven Seagal and his work as a deputy in New Orleans.
Here! Center Stage is a new anthology series that will showcase theatrical plays in a minimalist setting.
According to Variety, Ashton Kutcher is working on two new reality shows for The CW. The Beautiful Life, which follow models in New York, and Chloe Gamble, about a Texas beauty pageant queen who wants to become a Hollywood star.
Of course it could be too little too late. According to Media Life, the only successful reality shows are the old standbys such as American Idol and Dancing with the Stars. They say the heydays of reality are over.
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Dancing with the Stars - ABC/Kelsey McNeal
NCIS: Dagger - Gibbs (Mark Harmon, right with guest stars David Eigenberg, left and Liza Lapira) and the team must rely on information from some questionable individuals to stop a criminal bent on stealing government secrets. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS