November 3, 2010

TV TimeZ – November 3

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WHAT SHOULD I WATCH TONIGHT?

Investigation Discovery: The Will: Family Secrets Revealed at 9p
Nat Geo WILD: My Dog Ate What? at 9p
PBS: Circus at 9p (check local listings)
Investigation Discovery: Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry? at 10p
TLC: LA Ink at 10p

ABC:  The Middle, Better With You, Modern Family, Cougar Town, In the Spotlight with Robin Roberts: All Access Nashville
CBS
:  Survivor Nicaragua, Criminal Minds, The Defenders
CW:   America's Next Top Model, Hellcats
NBC:  Undercovers, L&O: SVU; L&O: LA

This Thursday, Discovery Channel opens a new series Oddities at 930p from Leftfield Pictures, producers of Pawn Stars. The series goes inside Obscura Antiques & Oddities in New York where viewers will discover a bizarre mix of items such as strange medical instruments, late 19th century poison bottles, a two-headed mounted cow and more. Shop owners Mike Zohn and Evan Michelson have a passion for obtaining fascinating and unusual stuff.
TLC is having more cake as a second season of Fabulous Cakes premieres with ten new one-hour episodes on November 22 at 10p. Fabulous Cakes highlights bakeries across the country specializing in over-the-top cake designs. During each episode, viewers will witness top pastry chefs as they conceive and construct three different and extraordinary cakes and new to this season, each episode will also feature a wedding cake design. LMNO Cable Group, Inc. produces the series for TLC.
Bravo is adding a new season of its original series Tabatha's Salon Takeover to Monday nights beginning December 6 at 10p, making five nights of original programming for the network. Throughout season three, the series follows Tabatha Coffey as she makes over the lives and businesses of salon owners in California, Massachusetts and Texas. Tabatha's Salon Takeover is produced for Bravo by Reveille LLC.

National Geographic Channel presents a worldwide seven-part television event as Great Migrations premieres this Sunday at 8p. Narrated by Alec Baldwin and shot from land, air, underwater and more, the series follows the journey of millions of animals as they strive to maintain the survival of their species.