News & Notes
Over on cable, Bravo has The Real Housewives of Orange County reunion special, Syfy has the fifth season premiere of Destination Truth, truTV has the sixth season premiere of Hardcore Pawn, and USA Network has the fourth season premiere of White Collar and the third season premiere of Covert Affairs.
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Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family): New. Everything points to “A” doing something at Jenna’s birthday party. Hanna discovers something. Plays again later.
White Collar (USA Network): Season Premiere. Peter attempts to find Neal and Mozzie before someone else does. Plays again later. In a word, AWESOME! Tonight’s return is by far the best return from a cliffhanger the series has ever done. Not only are things not cleaned up quickly, like in the past, but it takes the first three episodes of the season to do so, which are all fantastic. Are you excited to have White Collar back on your TV tonight?
Covert Affairs (USA Network): Season Premiere. Things are in flux and everyone is in unfamiliar territory. Plays again later. Things get very interesting tonight, as the show levels up its storytelling. Will be interested to hear what people think of what goes down in tonight’s season opener?
- Franklin & Bash (TNT): New. Peter and Jared are selecting a jury for a case going up against a powerful district attorney. Plays again later.
- Jane by Design (ABC Family): New. Zoe decides to invite Billy over to meet her parents. .
- Rizzoli & Isles (TNT): New. Jane and Maura investigate the death of a financier. Maura gets closer with her biological mother and half-sister. Plays again later. Last week’s episode, “Throwing Down the Gauntlet,” replays right before.
- FOX has the 2012 MLB All-Star Game tonight.
- Burn Notice (USA Network): Repeat. Last Thursday night’s episode, “Last Rites,” replays.
Tuesday TV Marathons
ION has seven episodes of Criminal Minds tonight.
Spike TV has seven episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
TV One has 12 episodes of The Jeffersons early.
USA Network has 11 episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
What Tuesday Night TV looks good to you?