What’s on TV Thursday: Saving Hope Series Premiere, Men at Work, Longmire Encore & More

by Jason the TVaholic on June 7, 2012

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News & Notes

Get Men at Work Episodes via Amazon Instant VideoTonight, FOX has the series premieres of Take Me Out and The Choice and NBC has the series premiere of Saving Hope.

Over on cable, A&E has the series premiere of Cajun Justice, Food Network has the second season finale of Sweet Genius, MTV has the ninth season finale of Punk’d, and truTV has the 14th season premiere of Smoking Gun Presents.

Prime Picks

The Big Bang Theory (CBS): Repeat. “The Recombination Hypothesis” episode from this past season replays, where Leonard in a spontaneous moment asks Penny out for a romantic dinner. Runs 31 minutes.
Parks & Recreation (NBC): Repeat. The “Pawnee Rangers” episode from this past season replays, where Leslie decides to take the ladies on an adventurous weekend since Ron has taken the guys for a wilderness weekend.

Saving Hope (NBC): Series Premiere. The Chief of Surgery at Hope Zion Hospital falls into a coma and ends up walking the halls in spirit form. This show sounds like a reverse A Gifted Man. Will you be watching tonight?

Men at Work (TBS): New. Milo is trying to play it cool. Gibbs and Tyler interview a sex therapist. Runs 30 minutes. Have you checked out this show, what do you think about it?

Sports Notes

  • ESPN has NBA Playoff action tonight.
  • MLB Network has doubleheader action tonight.

Late Night

  • Longmire (A&E): Repeat. This past Sunday’s series premiere episode, “Pilot,” replays. Plays again later.
  • Royal Pains (USA Network): Repeat. Last night’s fourth season premiere episode, “After the Fireworks,” replays.

TV Marathons

gmc has five episodes of The Waltons today.
Oxygen has 16 episodes of Roseanne today and six episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
Syfy has nine episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
TNT has seven episodes of The Mentalist.
TV One has 12 episodes of Half & Half early.
USA Network has six episodes of Burn Notice followed by seven episodes of NCIS.

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