Monday TV: American Country Awards, Take It All, Basketball Wives LA, SyFy 20th
Dec 10 2012 09:08 am ET
Tonight is a packed night of television. Fox has the American Country Awards, NBC debuts Take It All, SyFy celebrates 20 years, and the LA Basketball Wives close out their second season. Here's what's on TV Monday.
First up, Fox will hold its third-annual viewers choice country music award show:
NBC has a full slate of big programming tonight. First, The Voice will hold its semi-finals as the Top Four contestants battle for slots in next week's final. Then at 9pm, Howie Mandel hosts the Yankee Swap/Bad Santa-inspired game show Take It All. Closing out the night at 10pm is the annual special Michael Buble: Home for the Holidays, featuring Rod Stewart, Blake Shelton and Carly Rae Jepsen.
On cable, the big event of the evening is the SyFy 20th Anniversary Special. The network, which originally began as SciFi, will honor its flagship series Battlestar Galactica, Eureka, Farscape, Sanctuary and Warehouse 13, as well as its notable mini-series and the pantheon of Saturday night movies. The celebration begins at 9pm.
Finally, Basketball Wives LA wraps up its second season. First, the crew hits up New Orleans, but the trip has its problems. Later, part one of the reunion will pull together highlights of the season, including the continuing feud between Jackie and Laura. The events begin at 8pm on VH1.
Mike McComb – TVLatest.com
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