June 22, 2011 10:27am PT by Philiana Ng
TV's 3 to See: 'So You Think You Can Dance,' 'The Challenge' and 'Clean House' on Tonight
In the vast world that is our TV choices each day, The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed hopes to make your life a bit easier. Each day we’ll curate the top three shows and episodes we think you should tune in to.
For Wednesday, our three to see are:
So You Think You Can Dance, Fox, 8 p.m.
The top 20 dancers perform on Fox's So You Think You Can Dance and after last week's strong showing by guest judge Megan Mullally (who has a dance background) indicates, there is a way to be entertaining and knowledgeable about the competitors' performances. (Plus they didn't eliminate anyone!) There were several standouts from last week's episode, including Melanie/Marko and Miranda/Robert, so it's only fitting that the competition gets heated as the competition narrows.
-- Philiana Ng
The Challenge: Rivals, MTV, 10 p.m.
There's something to be said about watching previous Real World contestants duking it out. Launching its fourth season, The Challenge: Rivals is still going strong, with the participants headed to another remote location to see who will take the grand prize. This season, the new twist is that your worst enemy is your partner. Imagine the drama (and violence) that will ensue.
-- Philiana Ng
Clean House: Best of the Worst Messiest Home Moments, Style, 10:30 p.m.
What happens when a family stops cleaning? You know it’s bad when the house is featured on Clean House -- and you know it’s really bad when it lands on the Messiest Home Moments special. But a best-of special combining all the madness? Get out your cleaning supplies and put on your organizational thinking caps because something tells me we’re going to feel an awful lot like doing some long-delayed housework and plan a yard sale after we catch even a moment of this special
-- Lesley Goldberg
Just missed the list:
Kathy Griffin: Gurrl Down!, Bravo, 9 p.m.
I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant season premiere, TLC, 9 p.m.
America's Got Talent, NBC, 10 p.m.