Is it Tuesday? Already. Jeezum fucking Crow. I hate Tuesday nights. Given the dearth of television options, a PAD hardly seems necessary tonight. But I’m all about the routine.
— “30 for 30: The Band that Wouldn’t Die” on ESPN is Barry Levinson’s entry into the sports documentary series. It’s a look at how the Baltimore Colts left for Indianapolis, leaving a loyal fanbase hurting and coping with the loss of its beloved NFL team (sorry, Baltimore. But I do love the Indy Colts).
— “Behind the Music” on VH1 has its season finale, taking a look at the life of 50 Cent.
— “Biggest Loser” on NBC.
— “NCIS” on CBS.
— “Dirty Jobs” on Discovery.
— “Dancing with the Stars” on ABC. Is Donny Osmond on this season?
— “The Hip Hop Honors” on VH1.
— Just for Skitz, “Weird, True, and Freaky” on Animal Planet takes a look at albinos.
— “The Good Wife” on CBS. Dig this show. Dig Josh Charles.
— “The Forgotten” on ABC. Jesus, why is this show still on?
— “The Naughty Kitchen with Chef Blythe Beck” on Oxygen. No offense, but if you’re going to name your show “The Naughty Kitchen,” you might want a better chef than Blythe Beck:
— “Parking Wars” on A&E. And yeah — it’s just what the title suggests: A reality show that centers around ticket dicks, here set in Philly.
— “Sherri” on Lifetime. Because what Sherri Shepard needs is a sitcom.