TV: Wednesday Hot List

Jul. 14 2009, Updated 4:49 a.m. ET

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We’re not sure what is so compelling about little kids being forced by their overbearing parents to put on make-up and parade around like they’re 30-years-old but we can’t help but love Toddlers and Tiaras! Tonight, focuses on the West Virginia pageant scene and seven-year-old Hannah makes her big come back after a two year break (that’s like twenty in pageant years).

TV Land adds to their roster of reality shows with two premieres. The First is How’d You Get So Rich hosted by Joan Rivers. She goes across the country looking for people who made their millions in unique ways. Tonight she meets a guy who made his way through Harvard by scrubbing toilets. Today? He lives in a $23,000,000 waterfront mansion. The second new show they’re rolling out is the hidden camera show Make My Day where unsuspecting people wake up to a day they never dreamed possible with celebrity meetings and wishes fulfilled. Tonight, a man gets the opportunity to meet Amani Toomer, bowl with Vincent Pastore and play guitar for what he thinks is a national commercial. That’s a pretty sweet day, you have to admit!

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8pm

Wipeout (ABC)

Most Shocking (TRU)

9pm

So You Think You Can Dance (FOX)

I Survived A Japanese Game Show (ABC)

America’s Got Talent (NBC)

Monsters Inside Me (Animal Planet)

GhostHunters International (SyFy)

Most Daring (TRU)

10pm

The Philanthropist (NBC)

Top Chef Masters (Bravo)

Man Versus Fish With Matt Watson (Discovery)

The Real World: Cancun (MTV)

Toddlers and Tiaras (TLC)

Man v Food (Travel)

How’d You Get So Rich (TV Land)

10:30pm

Michael and Michael Have Issues (Comedy)

Make My Day (TV Land)

11:30

Conan – guest Sienna Miller (NBC)

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