Tonightâ€™s premieres are Creature Comforts on CBS and Hell’s Kitchen on FOX. Also, tonight is the season finale of The Riches on FX. Next week, Big Love on HBO and Kyle XY on ABC Family both kick off their second seasons. On the Lot has been condensed from a premiere show on Monday and a results show on Tuesday to some hybrid that will now be on Tuesdays. For more summer TV show premiere info, check out the Guide to Summer TV Shows â€“ 2007.
House (FOX): Repeat. The season finale repeats where a woman and her husband risk their life to come to the U.S. to see Dr. House and he ends up losing his whole team.
Two and a Half Men (CBS): Repeat. Charlie has a near-death experience while surfing and thinks he sees his father in the water.
How I Met Your Mother (CBS): Repeat. Barney is starting to realize that he is the only single in his group of friend.
CSI: Miami (CBS): Repeat. This past seasonâ€™s premiere episode where Horatio and Delko head to Brazil to track down Marisolâ€™s killer.
Creature Comforts (CBS): Series Premiere. An animated British show where questions were asked of people and then their answers are used for the voices of the creatures, but this time American were asked and their voices used for this version of the show.
The New Adventures of Old Christine (CBS): Repeat. Christine has met somebody new and then finds out he is a grandfather.
Hellâ€™s Kitchen (FOX): Season Premiere. Twelve contestants vie for a position as head chef at a Las Vegas, but they have to get by Chef Ramsay first.
No third hour selection tonight.
Kyle XY (ABC Family): Repeat. The first season finale replays where a couple claiming to be Kyleâ€™s parents comes to get him. Plays again later. The second season premieres next Monday and will replay on ABC on Friday night. A new Falcon Beach plays right before.
Unwrapped (Food Network): New. Get a look behind some Ice Cream trends.
Unwrapped (Food Network): Repeat. â€œChill Outâ€ with some frozen treats.
The Riches (FX): Season Finale. Everything is starting to spiral out of control with visitors, Dale and neighbors all starting to question what is going on or wanting their piece of the pie. Runs 66 minutes and plays twice.
Sci Fi has the eight hour Stephen Kingâ€™s Kingdom Hospital miniseries early today.
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