TV: Tuesday Hot List

Jul. 16 2009, Published 3:09 p.m. ET

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Tonight’s a big night as both 90210 and Melrose Place make their triumphant and long awaited spring debuts. We can guarantee that it’s been well worth the wait!

On 90210, things are getting hot n heavy with Naomi and Liam! This is a couple a la Brenda and Dylan from the original series that are worth rooting for! Naomi returns from vacation and she promptly spends a cozy evening with Liam on his boat.

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Meanwhile, Navid and Dixon plot to get rid of that evil, creepy Jasper once and for all. And, Debbie confronts Kelly about her feelings for Harry. With news that both Jennie Garth and Rob Estes are not a part of the show in season three . . . we suspect that this may be how the stage is set for them to, perhaps, leave together?

And over on Melrose Place, Billy Campbell joins the cast as Amanda’s billionaire boyfriend. Of course she has Ella plan a lavish (and sure to be drama filled) bash to welcome his arrival in LA. And Jonah and Riley try to start over—but, um, didn’t he sleep with Ella?

On Our Radar

Yeah, that reunion won’t last very long!


90210 (CW)

Biggest Loser: Couples (NBC)


American Idol (FOX)


Melrose Place (CW)

Lost (ABC)

NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)

19 Kids and Counting (TLC)


The Forgotten (ABC)

The Good Wife (CBS)

Parenthood (NBC)

The Millionaire Matchmaker (Bravo)

Chopped (Food)

Southland (TNT)

Bad Girls Club (Oxygen)

Little Miss Perfect (WE)

Food Wars (Travel)

Blue Mountain State (Spike)

Miss Turkey Trot and Miss Drumsticks Pageants (TLC)


The Late Show With David Letterman (CBS)

The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (NBC)



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