With so many shows on TV, it’s hard to keep track. Here’s what’s on tonight:
8 CMT Made (CMT) – Someone wants to be made into a hip hop dancer.
Monday Night Football Preseason: Washington @ Baltimore (ESPN)
9 Big Brother (CBS)
Burn Notice (USA)
Degrassi (Teennick) – Next week is the final week of the show’s summer run.
Expedition Impossible (Season Finale, ABC) – The final 4 teams go to Marrakech, but only one will win the cash prize.
Project Runway (Lifetime)
10 Beyond Scared Straight (A&E)
Futurama (Comedy Central)
Jersey Shore (MTV) – A new episode will air Sunday at 7, leading into the VMAs, with an encore playing in its usual time slot next Thursday.
LA Ink (TLC)
Rookie Blue (ABC)
10:30 Louie (FX) – Tonight’s episode is a full hour.
Ugly Americans (Comedy Central)
11:59 Childrens Hospital (Cartoon Network)
12:15 NTSF: SD: SUV (Cartoon Network)
Here are a few tidbits from FX‘s Television Critics Association session:
The network renews “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” for 2 more seasons before the premiere of season 7, also renews “Louie” and “Wilfred” for another season apiece. [Vulture]
The writers for “The League” grateful for no NFL lockout, but had a plan. Also, Seth Rogen will guest star in the premiere as the oft-mentioned “Dirty Randy.” [The Hollywood Reporter]
FX boss John Landgraf says supernatural cop drama pilot “Powers” is “gritty,” compares it to “The Shield.” [TVLine]
“Sons of Anarchy” creator Kurt Sutter talks Emmy snub, those infamous tweets, and no regrets. [Deadline]