Tonight’s TV Spotlight…Thursday, June 28, 2012
June 28, 2012 by Marisa Roffman
The ABC shows have returned now that basketball is over and FX is debuting their new comedy lineup, so television is pretty busy tonight.
Take a look at your options…
Duets | 8pm on ABC
“Songs from the 2000′s”
It’s the first LIVE show, and Superstars Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Jennifer Nettles and Robin Thicke take the stage with their remaining Duet partners and perform their favorite songs from this millennium. At the end, the polls will open and America will get to choose who stays in the competition and who is sent home.
Breaking Pointe | 8pm on The CW
“Bad Dress: Good Show”
Opening night has finally arrived and everyone is beyond stressed. Will Allison be able to tackle the tempos and multiple roles? Will Ronnie live up to expectations on his first ever opening night? How will Rex and Christiana partner on their performance of Paquita? Meanwhile, Beckanne and Katie prepare for a double date with the Tilton brothers, and Allison’s family comes to see the show and give her some unwanted advice.
The Choice | 8:58pm on Fox
“Carmen Electra, Sophie Monk, Hope Dworaczyk and Rima Fakih”
Actress Carmen Electra, pop singer and actress Sophie Monk, Playboy Playmate Hope Dworaczyk and former Miss USA Rima Fakih vie for love on the hottest summer dating show. Hosted by Cat Deeley, THE CHOICE is the ultimate blind date for celebrity bachelors and bachelorettes competing for the hearts of attractive singles – they can’t see..
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Saving Hope | 9pm on NBC
A sleep-deprived Alex (Durance) takes on a night shift in the ER where an all-star hockey enforcer may be skating full-speed towards an early death. Meanwhile, Charlie meets a suburban punk who is facing the biggest fight of his life.
Burn Notice | 9pm on USA Network
Pearce asks for Michael’s help going after the man who killed her fiancé, but the task turns tricky when they find out the killer is a CIA asset. Also: Fiona investigates the attempt on her life and plans to meet with a well-connected smuggler.
Anger Management | 9 and 9:30pm on FX | Series Premiere
“Charlie Goes Back to Therapy”/”Charlie and the Slumpbuster”
The first episode in which Charlie – a baseball player with anger issues turned anger management therapist – decides to return to therapy after a bad run-in with his ex-wife’s new boyfriend. The only problem is he just happens to be sleeping with the one therapist he trusts: his best friend, Kate.
The new “evolved” Charlie has to deal with a ghost from his old carousing, baseball-playing days when a unattractive woman he slept with just to break a batting slump shows up as a new patient in group therapy.
Rookie Blue | 10pm on ABC
“Girls’ Night Out”
All hell breaks loose on Traci’s first day as detective when a carload of young women from a bachelorette party slams into another vehicle, apparently killing the driver. When the police discover that the driver of the parked car was dead before the accident, Traci realizes that her “rookie” handling of the car crash may have compromised the pending homicide investigation. Meanwhile, as Gail and Chris work together on the case, Chris not only realizes he still has feelings for Gail but that he also has competition. Finally, when Traci and Andy uncover a secret the bride is desperately trying to keep, it’s a race to find the murderer before he strikes again.
Men at Work | 10pm on TBS
Gibbs and Tyler pose as a couple to score a gym-membership discount, but Tyler takes the faux romance too far. Meanwhile, Neal plays matchmaker for Milo and a longtime gal pal, but the love connection backfires.
Suits | 10pm on USA Network
“Meet the New Bus”
Harvey and Daniel clash over a case, leaving Mike caught in the middle. Meanwhile, Mike must handle problems with the women in his life; and Louis meets a worthy opponent when trying to quell complaints about the way the firm treats its associates.
Brand X with Russell Brand | 11pm on FX | Series Premiere
Brand X with Russell Brand features Brand’s unvarnished and unfiltered point of view on current events, worldwide politics and popular culture. Taking on the news of the day like no one else, Brand uses his unconventional sensibility, spirituality, humor and status as a recently transplanted Englishman to get to the bottom of what the news really means.
- Rock Center with Brian Williams | 10pm on NBC
Leave a comment and let me know what you will be watching!