Week in Sloth
The Week in Sloth
“Take Me Out” (KASA-2 7 p.m.) George Lopez hosts this reality dating series in which three women search for a summertime fling. ... You lost me at “George Lopez.”
“The Choice” (FOX 8 p.m.) Those silly rotating chairs from “The Voice” have been repurposed for this skeevy “celebrity” dating show. Which girl will freestyle moguls skiing 11-time World Cup gold medalist Jeremy Bloom, soap opera actor Jason Cook or celebrity DJ Pauly D choose? I can’t imagine a universe in which I would care.
“Saving Hope” (KOB-4 8 p.m.) Not a spin-off of FOX’s “Raising Hope,” but a medical drama about a doctor who ends up in a coma and somehow haunts a hospital, dispensing medical advice in spirit form. Because, why not?
“Cajun Justice” (A&E 8 p.m.) Cable TV continues its love of all things redneck-ish and hillbilly-like, slapping the word “Cajun” on yet another reality show genre: the police ride-along documentary.
“Comedy Bang! Bang!” (IFC 8 p.m.) Zach Galifianakis is the first guest on Scott (“Mr. Show”) Aukerman’s oddball talk show—a spin-off of his oddball radio show.
“Bunk” (IFC 8:30 p.m.) Standup comics go head-to-head in assorted absurdist competitions (“shaming puppies for ridiculous prizes,” for example) in this semireal game show.
“Stephen Hawking’s Grand Design” (Discovery 7 p.m.) Stephen Hawking explains the secret to life, the universe and everything. We try to look like we understand what he’s talking about.
Jersey Shore Shark Attack (Syfy 7 p.m.) God bless Syfy Channel. That is all.
“Spike Guy’s Choice 2012” (Spike 7 p.m.) Spike’s annual tribute to manly dude-itude hands awards to various jocks, action movie stars and Victoria’s Secret models.
“Real Life: The Musical” (OWN 8 p.m.) Each week, a team of coaches helps people turn real-life events into musical spectaculars: marriage proposals, weddings, STD results.
“The 66th Annual Tony Awards” (KRQE-13 7 p.m.) Neil Patrick Harris hosts. (Of course he does.)
“True Blood” (HBO 7 p.m.) Christopher Meloni (“Law & Order: SVU”) joins the cast for a fourth bloody season.
“Figure It Out” (Nickelodeon 5 p.m.) The popular ’90s children’s game show returns, sans Summer Sanders.
“The 100 Greatest Video Games of All Time” (G4 6 p.m.) Let the online sniping begin.
“Bunheads” (ABC Family 7 p.m.) A newly married Vegas showgirl (Broadway baby Sutton Foster) gets stuck running a small-town ballet academy. Between this and The CW’s “Breaking Pointe,” I sense a new, ballet-based trend in television.
“Barter Kings” (A&E 7 p.m.) A&E comes up with the faintest possible variation on the “buying and selling people’s old crap” reality show formula with this “trading and bartering people’s old crap” reality show.
“Thorne” (Encore 7 p.m.) David Morrissey (The Red Riding trilogy, “Blackpool,” The Other Boleyn Girl) is a cop who hunts serial killers. British serial killers, mind you.
“Strictly Irish Dancing” (TLC 8 p.m.) Finally! A docu-reality show about a family of Irish step dancers. Just what ... somebody has been waiting for.
Third Annual Jewish Film Festival at Jewish Community Center
The Midnight Orchestra, the story of the son of a once famous Jewish musician, Marcel Botbol. Directed by Jérôme Cohen Olivar.
The Best 48 Hour Films 2016 at KiMo Theatre
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