TV SHOW TO WATCH This Fall: DWTS, The Sing-Off & CBS’ Double Twos!By Delaina Dixon | September 19, 2011 | Entertainment
TV is back in session full force! The DivaGals have combed through this season’s lineup to bring you all the shows you should be watching this week. Check in daily and rev up the DVR! Here’s what you can’t miss tonight!
Dancing With the Stars. Ricki? Chaz? Nancy Grace? This year’s lineup is sure to offer up performances that are interesting, if not entertaining. This year, the show will have a new armchair judge, our guest contributor Chris Mooney. His credentials? “I saw Kelly Monaco’s wardrobe malfunction, and I love Kim Kardashian, but I didn’t start tuning in faithfully until my childhood crush, the ultimate showgirl, Marie Osmond, joined the show in Season Five.┬á I personally think Marie should have won that season.┬á She was amazing!┬á I was lucky enough to attend the show live on my 40th birthday (Season 10, episode 4) – and we (me, my mom and sister) got to witness Kate Gosselin‘s tragic Paso Doble … I wish Kirstie Alley won last season!” Our own Dancin’Boy will be critiquing the show every week, so tune in! DWTS premieres at 8 p.m. on ABC.
The Sing-Off. TV DivaGal loves a singing show, especially when there’s no band to back you up. The Sing-Off, back for its third run, has added a new judge, singer Sara Bareilles, and a season worth of episodes. And while I’ll love all the contestants who will sing their hearts out, the real reason to tune in is to see musician Ben Folds give his dead-on spot critiques. The Sing-Off premieres at 8 p.m. on NBC.
2 Broke Girls. Wanna see how single ladies really live in the Big Apple? Then catch CBS’ newest comedy. These gals, one fallen from the Upper East Side, and one from around the way, try to make ends meet as diner waitresses. “There’s rarely any sitcoms where they actually say how much something costs, including rent … The idea is that we would actually have people deal with rent and numbers,” says executive producer (and SATC scribe!) Michael Patrick King. Spoiler Alert: We know where the gals will be shopping in next week’s episode – and no, it’s NOT Bendels! 2 Broke Girls premieres at 9:30 p.m. on CBS. Make sure you tune in 30 minutes early to catch Ashton Kutcher make his debut on Two and a Half Men.