TV: Sunday Hot List

Jul. 16 2009, Published 9:46 a.m. ET

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Tonight is ripe with some of the best, scripted TV on the air mixed in with some of the guiltiest pleasures that reality TV offers.

The most notable is the premiere of Dr. Drew’s latest VH1 reality show. He’s helped some of Hollywood’s most desperate celebrities get clean and sober on Celebrity Rehab. Tonight, Dr. Drew takes it to the next level with Sex Rehab With Dr. Drew. He treats eight (non celebrity) sex addicts and helps them face their demons during treatment.

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And, MTV premieres its latest reality competition called Styl’d where five aspiring celebrity fashion stylists vie against each other for a job with the uber elite Margaret Maldonado Agency.

Of course there’s more of the ultimate reality drama between the Yankees and Phillies in Game 4 of the World Series. But if you want an old-fashioned scripted show, then definitely tune into Desperate Housewives. It looks like Bree and Orson’s marriage will be over sooner than we thought as she’s really starting to fall for Karl. . . lets see if Susan can handle that news!

On Our Radar


Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC)

Amazing Race 15  (CBS)

World Series: Game 4  (FOX)

Dallas Divas and Daughters (Style)

Food Network Challenge (Food)


Desperate Housewives (ABC)

Three Rivers (CBS)

Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO)

Next Iron Chef (Food)

Dexter (Showtime)

Bridezillas (WE)


Bored To Death (HBO)


Brothers and Sisters (ABC)

Cold Case (CBS)

Mad Men (AMC)

Californication (Showtime)

Iron Chef America (Food)

Storm Chasers (Discovery)

The Girls Next Door (E!)

Styl’d (MTV)

My Fair Wedding With David Tutera (WE)

Sex Rehab With Dr. Drew (VH1)


Leave It To Lamas (E!)



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