TV: Sunday Hot List

Mar. 11 2010, Updated 10:56 a.m. ET

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VH1 premieres not one, not two but three all new reality shows tonight to add to your list of guilty pleasures! First there is Brandy and Ray-J: A Family Business. The musical brother and sister get a taste of the business side of entertainment when their mom-manager takes a step back and lets the kids take over. We won’t lie—it’ll be refreshing to see Ray-J do something other than look for love and hook-up!

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Then there’s Basketball Wives that follows current and former loves of NBA players. Think Real Housewives meets the NBA. Tonight we watch Shaunie O’Neal file for divorce from Shaq and celebrate with a girls’ night out. And, Royce Reed gets down on the dance floor at a Terrell Owens-Ludacris pool party that sparks a scandal!

And finally, check out What Chilli Wants, a show that follows the love life of TLC singer Rozanda “Chilli” Thomas. In the first episode, she brings in a love expert that doesn’t want Chilli dating Floyd Merriwether—who just happens to have a crush on her!

8pm

Amazing Race16 (CBS)

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC)

The Simpsons (FOX)

Life (Discovery)

Food Network Challenge (Food)

Ruby (Style)

9pm

Undercover Boss (CBS)

Celebrity Apprentice (NBC)

Brothers and Sisters (ABC)

Family Guy (FOX)

Gene Simmon’s Family Jewels (A&E)

Life (Discovery)

Ultimate Recipe Showdown (Food)

The Pacific (HBO)

Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane (Style)

Brandy and Ray-J A Family Business (VH1)

10pm

Cold Case (CBS)

Kirstie Alley’s Big Life (A&E)

Breaking Bad (AMC)

Iron Chef America (Food)

Army Wives (Lifetime)

Jerseylicious (Style)

Hoarding: Buried Alive (TLC)

Basketball Wives (VH1)

10:30pm

What Chilli Wants (VH1)

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