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Bachelorette chooses Ed

The Bachelorette chose her man and it was Ed. Overall, the final Bachelorette episode wasn’t as thrilling as the promos insinuated.

Dancing this what ABBA had in mind?Reid did come back at
the last minute to proclaim his love and it would have been quite a shake up if Jillian had chosen him, but alas, she went for the safe guy and that’s that…or is it? The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose show airs tonight so there’s still a chance
for a public turnaround. And don’t miss More to Love premiering tonight from The Bachelorette’s producer. More on that below…

Last night I stumbled don a fun TLC series called Dancing Tweens. It’s like Toddlers and Tiaras but for young ballroom dancers. I’m a dance show junkie so this seemed like the
perfect fit for me. It was entertaining but not nearly as delightful as Toddlers. Mostly because the parents of the dancing kids (including a pair of six year old twins!) aren’t nearly as neurotic
or obsessive as the parents of the pageant kids. Perhaps future episodes will break out the stage moms, but so far what we got were some loving parents who are darn proud of their talented kids —
imagine that.

Cleaning off the DVR from the weekend, I finally got to see the season premiere of Being Human. The plot revolves around a werewolf, a vampire and a ghost who share a house in the UK.
Though it may sound like the start of a joke, and it is at times very funny, the show really packs a dramatic wallop. Like all good supernatural shows, it’s less about the monsters and more about
the human condition. Catch it Saturdays on BBC America.

Tonight’s top TV picks:

More to Love premieres on Fox

America’s Got Talent (9:00 NBC)

America’s Got Talent Vegas weeks is upon us! And I couldn’t be happier about it. The audition
portion of the series went on way too long and now it’s time to thin the herd. I hope that now we’ll finally get to see more acts in full and less of these clipped montages since we’re (supposedly)
down to the cream of the crop.

Watch for our recap tomorrow!

More to Love (9:00 Fox)

Yes, it’s another dating competition show, but this one focuses on normal-sized woman — that is, they’re all overweight. Normally, I’m not a fan of any show that uses plus-sized people as a
marketing gimmick, but this one feels right. It’s telling the world that if you love yourself the way you are, there’s someone out there who will love you, too. Now that’s a nice message.

The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose (10:00 ABC)

ABC will begin the night with a repeat of the finale and then it’s time for everyone to sit down and talk about their feelings. Will there be a dramatic reveal? A change of heart? A new declaration
of love? You’ll have to watch and find out, or just skip it and read about it on Twitter tomorrow.

Other Favorites: Ruby & the Rockits (8:30 ABC Family) and Warehouse 13 (9:00 Syfy).

News and notable

ABC Family gave Make it or Break it an order for ten more episodes this season.

Battlestar Galactica’s Jaime Bamber will guest on the premiere of Dollhouse.

CSI is cutting Lauren Lee Smith loose saying the ensemble just wasn’t working as they’d hoped. Jorja Fox will be returning as Sara for at least five episodes in the new season.

Lauren Lee Smith (L) is making CSI news

Photo credit:

Dancing Tweens — Pictured: Mark and Nina Lozovnoy at rehearsal. Photo: TLC.

More to Love — Luke (C) looks for love in the new series. Cr: Sarah Kehoe/Fox

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation — Pictured: Lauren Lee Smith and Eric Szmanda. Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS

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