Tonight's TV Picks: 'The L.A. Complex' Season 2 Premiere, Paula Deen Visits 'MasterChef'
The addictive Canadian nighttime melodrama returns and Paula Deen brings a southern-inspired mystery box challenge.
If you've been jonesing for a nighttime soap that will hook you and keep you coming back for more, tune in to The L.A. Complex on The CW, as it kicks off its second season tonight.
In the battle of competition shows, there are new episodes of America's Got Talent, Wipeout and Trust Us With Your Life and Hell's Kitchen and over at MasterChef, Paula Deen is the guest judge, bringing a southern touch to the challenge for the top seven chefs.
The wildly popular ABC Family summer series Pretty Little Liars and Jane By Design continue with new episodes tonight, as does the TNT Tuesday twinspin of Rizzoli and Isles and Franklin and Bash.
The CW: 9p.m. The L.A. Complex season premiere
Bravo: 10p.m. Pregnant in Heels
Rosie Pope, the boss lady who trains her clients during their preganancies, gives birth to her own baby in tonight's season finale.
Oxygen: 10p.m. The Glee Project
Grant Gustin, who played scheming Warbler Sebastian Smythe on Glee, guests in tonight's episode, helping to teach the contestants all about "Theatricality."
USA: 9p.m. White Collar, 10p.m. Covert Affairs
White Collar: Peter devises a plan to get to Neal (wherever he may be) before ruthless federal agent Collins (guest star Mekhi Phifer) can find Neal first.
Covert Affairs: Annie and Auggie go on a mission in Spain, making good use of the onscreen chemistry between Piper Perabo and Chris Gorham.
If you missed it Sunday night, USA is repeating the first episode of their limited run series Political Animals tonight at 11pm, starring Sigourney Weaver, Carla Gugino, Ciaran Hinds, Sebastian Stan, James Wolk and Ellen Burstyn.
What will you be watching? Share your choices in the comments below.
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