Tonight on the Tube: Leverage, My Boys & The Glades
News & Notes
Tonight, ABC has the first season finale of Scoundrels.
On cable tonight, BBC America has a Baby Birthday Bashes special, Comedy Central has The Comedy Central Roast of David Hasselhoff, E! has the second season finale of Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami, Food Network has the sixth season finale of The Next Food Network Star and the series premiere of The Great Food Truck Race, History has the first season finale of Top Shot, Planet Green has a couple of Oceans Blue specials, Showtime has the first season finale of The Real L Word, and TLC has the third season premiere of Lottery Changed My Life.
In late night, Cartoon Network’ Adult Swim has the third season finale of The Boondocks.
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Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC): Repeats. “Loyalty, Part I” replays, which was this past season’s premiere episode. Part two follows.
Leverage (TNT): New. The team goes after a West Virginia mining company for some dangerous practices after a deadly mine explosion. Plays again later. Last week’s episode, “The Three-Card Monte Job,” replays earlier in the day.
The Glades (A&E): New. A patient suffering from a head trauma thinks his assailant shares his face. Plays twice and again later twice.
- Army Wives (Lifetime): New. Pamela and her partner end up at a murder scene. Gabriel Union guest-stars in this episode, which is the episode that will introduce her character that will partner up with Brigid Brannagh’s Pamela in an Army Wives spinoff series. Plays again later.
- Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime): New. Jane is accused of stealing a woman’s husband. Grayson takes a case that involves Vanessa’s ex. Rosie O’Donnell returns in this episode as Judge Summers to help Jane out with a case. Plays again later two times.
- Entourage (HBO): New. Vince is spending too much time partying before a big meeting with a director that doesn’t think the actor has his life in order. Runs 30 minutes. Plays again later.
- The Gates (ABC): New. Nick is trying to stop the vampires and werewolves from starting a war inside the Gates.
- The Great Food Truck Race (Food Network): Series Premiere. Food trucks compete in a series of tasks. Tyler Florence is the host. Plays again later.
- Man Men (AMC): New. Pete is dealing with quite the personal dilemma. Plays twice and again later.
- My Boys (TBS): New. PJ worries that the passion has gone away in her relationship with Bobby. Plays again late night Tuesday.
- The Next Food Network Star (Food Network): Season Finale. Rachel Ray is on hand to direct the remaining three in their “Pilot” episodes. Plays again later. The previous five episodes replay leading up to tonight’s finale.
- Rubicon (AMC): New. While Will is in D.C. the team must make a big decision without him. Plays again later.
- True Blood (HBO): New. Russell is vowing revenge. Nan is confronting Eric. Sam is distressed. Plays again later.
- Unnatural History (Cartoon Network): Repeat. Last Tuesday’s episode, “Curse of the Rolling Stone,” replays.
- CBS has final round coverage of the PGA Championship golf tournament.
- ESPN has NASCAR racing action with the Sprint Cup: Carfax 400 and later Sunday Night Baseball MLB action with the Philadelphia Phillies at the New York Mets.
- TBS has MLB action with the Los Angeles Dodgers at the Atlanta Braves.
- TNT has final round coverage of the PGA Championship golf tournament early.
- Rescue Me (FX): Repeat. Last Tuesday’s episode, “Forgiven,” replays.
A&E has seven episodes of Criminal Minds.
Bravo has six episodes of House tonight.
Discovery Channel has seven episodes of MythBusters
Food Network has six episodes of The Next Food Network Star.
History has six episodes of Top Shot early and later 10 episodes of Pawn Stars.
Spike TV is playing Star Wars: Episode IV-VI.
truTV has six episodes of Smoking Gun Presents: World’s Dumbest Criminals.
USA is alternating all day between episodes from this season of all their series presently airing new episodes.
WE has six episodes of My Fair Wedding With David Tutera followed by six episodes of Bridezillas.