1. TV Tonight! Watch Fringe! Watch Fringe! Watch Fringe!
- CBS is all new with Undercover Boss at 8, CSI: NY at 9 and Blue Bloods at 10.
- NBC is also all new all night with Who Do You Think You Are? (Rob Lowe), Grimm and Dateline NBC.
- Fox has new The Finder at 8 and (newly renewed, see below!) Fringe at 9.
- ABC has new Shark Tank at 8.
- CW has a new night of Nikita at 8 and Supernatural at 9.
- On cable, ESPN has Round 2 and 3 of the 2012 NFL Draft; USA has new Fairly Legal at 9 and In Plain Sight at 10; in honor of their pending one year anniversary, E! has Kate & Will: Happily Ever After at 9; and Animal Planet has two new hours of Whale Wars at 8 (season premiere) and 9.
2. TV Sunday! Sundays are dominated by Once Upon a Time at 9 and then HBO from 9-11.
- CBS has a normal night of new shows with The Amazing Race, the season finale of The Good Wife and NYC 22.
- NBC has new Harry’s Law at 8 and Celebrity Apprentice from 9-11.
- Fox brings an entirely new night of Animation Domination with The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy and The Cleveland Show.
- ABC is a powerhouse tonight with new Once Upon a Time, the return of Desperate Housewives and GCB back in its 10pm timeslot.
- On cable, AMC has new The Killing at 9 and Mad Men at 10; A&E has a two hour season finale of Breakout Kings starting at 9; TV Land has its 2012 TV Land Awards (hosted by Kelly Ripa); and HBO has its normal power two hours with Game of Thrones at 9, Veep at 10 and Girls at 10:30.
3. Fringe has been renewed for a fifth and final season. Fox released a statement last night saying the cult sci-fi show will have a final season of 13 episodes. Fringe fans rejoice!
Season 5 Trailer:
4. MTV Summer Premiere Dates. If you have been holding your breath waiting for the announcement of when the Jersey Shore spin-off, Snooki & JWOWW, would premiere, first, seek medical help immediately and second, wait no more. Teen Wolf and Awkward are also coming back.
5. Housecleaning Items. ABC Family has cancelled Make It or Break it; I assume this affects someone but not anyone I know. Fox announced that Jennifer Morrison will return for the series finale of House (this should shock no one). The Reelz Channel (what channel?) has True Justice (what show?), starring Steven Segal, for a second season (of 13 episodes). This is why it was in Housecleaning Items. Until this is final, this is a Housecleaning Item but FX and Ryan Murphy, make this happen