2010 CMT Awards
CMT Music Awards
Kid Rock hosts the ninth annual gala, which features performances from a diverse array of country stars. Keith Urban is slated to play "Hit the Ground Running" with his Crossroads co-star John Mayer. LeAnn Rimes plans to sing "Swingin'" with full choreography, and Jamey Johnson is set to debut "Macon." Other performers include Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw and Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum and Zac Brown Band, the Grammy-winning Best New Artist of 2010.
Read on for previews of Top Chef Masters, Work of Art, Bridal Bootcamp, How'd You Get So Rich?, CSI: NY, Babe and the Stanley Cup Finals.
The cool and catchy con-job drama wends its way to its summer-season finale (which airs next week) with some good news: The series returns to conclude its second season this winter, and TNT has renewed the show for a third season. Nate and his mates will be busy, for sure, but they get busier tonight when they try to deliver comeuppance to a corrupt diamond merchant. But this ice-man job is jeopardized by a slipup, resulting in the team's efforts to bust through Boston's most impregnable vault.
Read on for previews of So You Think You Can Dance: The Fifteen Best Performances Ever, Glee, America's Got Talent , How'd You Get So Rich? and Top Chef: Las Vegas.
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A romp through the extreme obstacle course may not be a day at the beach, but they're both good summertime family fun. Tonight some fan-favorite Wipeout contestants, including Ariel Tweto, Jesse Duran, Keith Biondi and Stu Yasutake, return to face such obstacles as Bucking Bull, Trampoline Hurtles and Spiked Fenders.
Read on for previews of America's Got Talent, How'd You Get So Rich?, CSI: NY and Make My Day.
Ever pass ridiculously over-the-top mansions and ask yourself how those people became so well-off? Joan Rivers has, and she's about to knock on some very expensive doors to get the answer in her new series How'd You Get So Rich?
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"I always would pass by places in the strangest cities — huge houses, big money, gorgeous cars — and always would say, 'How'd they get so rich?'" Rivers told TVGuide.com at the show's launch party. "So I thought: Wouldn't it be fun to do a show where you just go to the door and ask them."