What to Watch Tonight: Burn Notice, Suits & More

News & Notes

Get Burn Notice Season 4 on Blu-ray or DVD at AmazonOn cable tonight, Food Network has the first season finale of Extreme Chef and Lifetime has the series premiere of Russian Dolls.

In late night, TBS has the final Lopez Tonight, as the talk show has been canceled.

Prime Picks

Community (NBC): Repeat. The “Intro to Political Science” episode from this past season replays, where the first student election is being held at Greendale.
Parks & Recreation (NBC): Repeat. The “Road Trip” episode from this past season replays, where Chris sends Leslie and Ben on a trip.

Burn Notice (USA Network): New. Michael and Jesse join an extraction mission. Last week’s episode, “Besieged,” replays earlier in the day.

Suits (USA Network): New. Harvey has to work with Louis on a case. Mike has a decision to make. Plays again later. Last week’s episode, “Play the Man,” replays earlier in the day.

Other Options

  • Extreme Chef (Food Network): Season Finale. Three chefs have to cook a meal for a wedding after finding the food throughout Los Angeles. Plays again later.
  • Louie (FX): New. Two new episodes play tonight. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 60 minutes. Both play again later.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN has preseason NFL action with my Seattle Seahawks at the San Diego Chargers.
  • MLB Network has an early and a late game.
  • TNT has first round coverage of the PGA Championship.

Late Night

  • Covert Affairs (USA Network): Repeat. This past Tuesday’s episode, “World Leader Pretend,” replays.
  • Teen Wolf (MTV): Repeat. This past Monday’s episode, “Formality,” replays.

TV Marathons

Bravo has 12 episodes of America’s Next Top Model.
Oxygen has 18 episodes of Roseanne.
Spike TV has 12 episodes of Jail.
Syfy has nine episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise.

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  • Big B Aug 11, 2011, 2:04 pm

    I see a note is made of NFL Preseason football in the Sports Notes. The first football game of the season! In my world, this changes everything. My DVR will even get more work as I become a complete football junkie from now through Jan. It’s not that I so much record football as I watch that live; it’s just that I will be recording many of the good shows to watch if those shows fall on a football night. Anybody wonder what we did before DVRs?

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