Tonight on the Tube: Bill Engvall & Being Human

News & Notes

Get The Bill Engvall Show on DVDOn cable tonight, CMT has the fifth season premiere of Country Fried Home Videos and the series premiere of All Jacked Up, Lifetime has the TV movie premiere of Acceptance, and Syfy has the TV movie premiere of Phantom Racer.

Earlier in the day, TNT has a replay of this past Monday’s The Closer and USA has replays of the last three Royal Pains episodes.

Prime Picks

Law & Order: Criminal Intent (CBS): Repeat. In “Folie a Deux” from this past season on USA, has Goren and Eames searching for a young boy that went missing during a hotel robbery.

The Bill Engvall Show (TBS): New. Bill’s brother’s new wealth is causing some problems. A repeat of “The Night Before Christmas” follows. Both play again later.

Law & Order: Special Victims (CBS): Repeat. In “Lunacy” from this past season, the detectives are investigating after a former astronaut is found dead in Battery Park..

Solid Selections

Munchies Unwrapped (Food Network): New. See how some of your favorite snack foods are produced. Plays again later.

Being Human (BBC America): New. Vampires are about to converge. George doesn’t know how much longer he can keep his secret from Nina. Runs 75 minutes. Last week’s episode replays right before. Both play again later.

The Best Thing I Ever Ate (Food Network): Repeats. The second two of four episodes replay in this timeslot with Food Network stars talking about the best things they’ve eaten and where you can go eat them too. All four play again later.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN2 has NASCAR racing with the Sprint Cup: Sharpie 500.
  • FOX has MLB action with FOX Saturday Baseball.
  • Golf Channel has Day 2 coverage of the Solheim Cup early.

Late Night

  • Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime): Repeat. Last Sunday’s episode, “Second Chances,” replays.
  • Psych (USA): Repeat. The season premiere episode from two weeks ago, “Extradition: British Columbia,” replays.
  • Sons of Anarchy (FX): Repeat. “Old Bones” from season one replays.

TV Marathons

History has 10 episodes of Gangland.
truTV has six episodes of The Investigators.

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