The Thursday Primetime Line-Up

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)
Wipeout (ABC)

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)
Suits (USA)
Wilfred (FX)

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)


The TCA Breakdown: FX

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]

“Glee” creator Ryan Murphy talks new series “American Horror Story,” promises answers, including why the family doesn’t just move out of the haunted house. [eOnline]

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]