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5 Shows After Dark: Seriously, This Woman Should Always Be On TV

By Genevieve Burgess | Miscellaneous | September 12, 2012 | Comments ()


"The X Factor" on Fox at 8:00pm ET. Second season premiere. Tune in to see next year's crop of state-fair headliners!

"Damages" on DirecTV at 9:00pm ET. Series finale. I know several of you liked this a lot, or used to, so I hope you're satisfied with how it's ending. And hopefully Glenn Close finds a new awesome role on television soon.

"Dirty Jobs" on Discovery at 10:00pm ET.

"Guys With Kids" on NBC at 10:00pm ET. Series premiere. I'm kind of happy to see a show centered around dads taking care of their children, because nothing gives me a twitch like hearing people talk about a child's father "babysitting" them. On the other hand, it's a comedy on NBC so there's a pretty good chance it will be awful. That chance would be much higher if it were on CBS, though.

"The Real World" on MTV at 10:00pm ET. 27th season finale.

Genevieve Burgess Is thrilled to have worthwhile television to write about again. At least for the moment.

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Comments Are Welcome, Bigots and Trolls Are Not

  • Guest

    She's riveting. The dynamic between PH and EP is riveting. More of this on tv, please.

  • OMGLookPanda

    My favorite season of the Shield was Season 4 when she was on.

  • e jerry powell

    27 seasons? Really?

    Damages going away after only five?

    There are no gods.

  • ee

    In the Real World's defense..... I don't know, I got nothing. We like seeing people be dicks/getdrunk/get dicks?

    On the other hand, it’s a comedy on NBC so there’s a pretty good chance it will be awful. That chance would be much higher if it were on CBS, though." The difference being it would linger on NBC but be cancelled, and on CBS it would turn into a highly rated shitty television show for 7 years.

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