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TV: Tuesday Hot List

Jul. 16 2009, Published 9:32 a.m. ET

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We don’t mean to sound like a broken record, but 90210 is absolutely the most improved show of the fall television season so start watching if you’re not already. The story lines are so much more riveting than last year and we guarantee that you’ll love it. Tonight, Kelly and Silver disagree on how to handle Jackie’s medical care while Kelly causes a riff in Harry’s marriage due to their growing friendship. Kelly always knew how to shake things up with a happy couple, now didn’t she?

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And Melrose Place has surprisingly kept our attention (the pilot was just okay) and is getting better week by week. Tonight, original cast member Daphne Zuniga is the latest alum to return. She reprises her role as photographer Jo Reynolds. Tonight, she photographs Riley for the Anton V campaign while Jenna Dewan (aka Mrs. Channing Tatum) guest stars too as a sexy film executive who invites Jonah for a late night drink. Sounds like his engagement may be short lived . . .

8pm

Shark Tank (ABC)

Biggest Loser (NBC)

90210 (CW)

NCIS (CBS)

9pm

Melrose Place (CW)

Dancing With The Stars (ABC)

NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)

18 Kids and Counting (TLC)

Weird, True and Freaky (Animal)

Dirty Jobs (Discovery)

9:30pm

Weird, True and Freaky (Animal)

10pm

Jay Leno Show (NBC)

The Forgotten (ABC)

The Good Wife (CBS)

The Hills (MTV)

Flipping Out (Bravo)

Sons of Anarchy (FX)

Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre World (Travel)

Ghost Lab (Discovery)

Secret Lives of Women (WE)

Chopped (Food)

10:30pm

The City (MTV)

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