Tuesday TV: So You Think You Can Dance, Go On, The New Normal, Parenthood, Sons of Anarchy
Sep 11 2012 07:41 am ET
Early premiere week continues on NBC with the return of Parenthood and the official debut of two new comedies. So You Think You Can Dance has its final performance night. And the Sons of Anarchy are riding again. Here's what's on TV Tuesday.
First up, the Final Four take to the stage on So You Think You Can Dance. As you may have noticed, the show has moved to Tuesdays for its last two weeks to make room for The X Factor (and to cap off a season full of poor programming choices by Fox). Voting was not held last week, so this is Tiffany, Eliana, Cyrus and Chehon's last chance to earn your votes. The performances begin at 8pm.
NBC has a full slate of original programming tonight. At 8pm, The Voice premiere continues with more auditions and spinning chairs. At 9pm, Go On makes its official timeslot debut with a re-airing of the pilot that aired during the Olympics last month. Then at 9:30pm, Ryan Murphy's new
Finally, the gritty motorcycle drama Sons of Anarchy is back. Jax is large and in charge of SAMCRO as the fifth season opens. You can catch the 90-minute premiere at 10pm on FX.
Mike McComb – TVLatest.com
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