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  • What to Watch Tonight: Zoo, Rizzoli & Isles, Inside Amy Schumer, and the Return of Hollywood Game Night 7 Jul 2015 | 3:07 am

    What to Watch Tonight: Zoo, Rizzoli & Isles, Inside Amy Schumer, and the Return of Hollywood Game NightWhat to watch on Tuesday, July 7... 9pm, CBS Zoo After Jackson Oz (and yes, it is official What to Watch Tonight policy to always refer to him as "Jackson Oz," because c'mon) rescues his BFF from a lion attack, our hero suspects that the big cats may have begun killing humans for sport. Clearly, the only solution is to convince the lions that it is duck season, not human season. Elsewhere in "Fight or Flight," Jamie and Mitch find their own piece of the puzzle at the Los Angeles Zoo, Chloe returns to her intelligence work in Paris, and presumably that tree full of killer house cats is still full of killer house cats because house cats aren't the most proactive killer species in the ecosphere. 9pm, ABC Family Stitchers The team investigates when a brain researcher dies in a bizarre car accident in "Finally." (Could the above-mentioned killer lions be branching out into vehicular homicide already? Check the traffic cameras to see if the other driver had a mane.) Meanwhile, Kirsten seeks help from Linus to decode a clue left by Ed Clark. 9pm, TNT Rizzoli & Isles In "Imitation Game," the murder of a notorious thief sends Jane and Maura into the world of art crimes, which is apparently less dapper and charming than White Collar would have you believe. SEASON 3 PREMIERE, 10pm, NBC Hollywood Game Night The third season begins with John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Giada De Laurentiis, Zachary Quinto, and Jane Krakowski, who I imagine will be acting out previews of Heroes Reborn. (John Legend even brought his finest horn-rimmed glasses, just in case.) 10pm, MTV Scream Questions arise in the wake of another teen's murder, questions such as, "So we're really gonna do this every week now, huh?" and "What if Ryan Hardy from The Following winds up on this case, would that help or only make things worse?" Meanwhile in "Hello, Emma," the rift between Emma and Audrey widens. 10pm, USA Royal Pains Keller seeks Hank's help with an embarrassing medical situation in "Secret Asian Man," while Evan fears he's made a huge mistake getting involved with Boris's secret scheme. Elsewhere, Divya treats a group of Civil War reenactors who are so committed to authenticity that they seem to have contracted an old-timey malady. Hopefully she has plenty of laudanum on hand. 10pm, TNT Proof A cop killer's near-death experience may be the channel for an otherworldly message in "Redemption." Making it extra sinister, that message is preceded by a 45-second otherworldly Hardee's commercial, and there's no "skip ad" button. 10pm, FX Tyrant Barry acclimates to his new life, new identity, and new Netflix profile whose recommendation algorithm isn't screwed up by all those drunken Say Yes to the Dress marathons. Elsewhere in "A House Built on Sand," Jamal learns of his ties to a war hero while Ihab and Samira join an extremist group. 10pm, TBS Clipped In "Wi-Fi," Ben's stinginess prompts the girls to try and scam free internet access from the tattoo parlor next door. Meanwhile, Mo lets it slip that Ben has been dealing with a decidedly less desirable form of streaming in the gym shower. 10pm, Comedy Central Inside Amy Schumer Amy tries to navigate an excess of buttonholes in "3 Buttholes," and yes, both of those words are spelled exactly as the logline gave them to me, so you'll have to watch to find out if her challenges are sartorial or anatomical. 10:30pm, Comedy Central Another Period "Funeral" finds Lillian and Beatrice mock-mourning their husbands' fake deaths, while Peepers receives more genuinely tragic news that forces him to return to his Native American roots—perhaps with the help of guest star Lou Diamond Phillips. 12:30am, Comedy Central The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail Kumail's chic new threads are the subject of much discussion in "The One With the Jacket." Performers include Adam Pally, Sean Patton, Matt Braunger, Claudia O'Doherty, and Gil Ozeri. LATE-NITE:Nothing tonight—but the first 500 commenters on this post will be eligible to win a copy of TV.com's "Late Night Talk Show: The Home Game"! Master the art of the monologue by talking to yourself! Stick a funny tie on your dog and claim that's your bandleader! Hours of fun for the whole family, assuming the whole family has never actually heard of fun! WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?


  • Watch Dogs Downgrade Backlash Changed Ubisoft's Approach to Showing Games, Says CEO 6 Jul 2015 | 6:30 am

    Watch Dogs Downgrade Backlash Changed Ubisoft's Approach to Showing Games, Says CEOYves Guillemot says company now ensures games are running on target hardware before debuting.


  • Cats Are City Slickers 6 Jul 2015 | 6:28 am

    Cats may be city slickers that rarely venture out into the wilderness, a new study suggests. In fact, the new study shows that feral cats roam in urban and suburban parks and yards, but they rarely set their paws down in wilder green spaces. The new finding is good news for wildlife, especially birds, in more rural settings, said study author George Hess, an urban conservation scientist at North Carolina State University.

  • Fendi facing haute furore at Paris Fashion Week 6 Jul 2015 | 12:44 am

    An ensemble from Fendi's Mens collection for Spring-Summer 2016.With fashionistas baking in a mascara-melting heatwave and Italy's Fendi set to raise hackles with an all-fur collection, Paris Fashion Week, which began Sunday, may prove a tad too haute to handle. Five days of haute couture shows kicked off with Russian designer Ulyana Sergeenko's first ever showing at Paris Fashion Week, with several of her models decked out in fur bonnets or a fur coat. French film icon and ardent animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot has already registered her disapproval by writing a letter to Choupette Lagerfeld, the designer's pampered feline companion.


  • Cabrera out six weeks with calf strain, Tigers say 4 Jul 2015 | 4:57 pm

    MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at Detroit Tigers(Reuters) - Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera, the American League’s hitting leader, will be out of action for about six weeks with a severe left calf strain, Major League Baseball's website reported on Saturday. Cabrera, a two-time league Most Valuable Player, was injured on Friday while taking off from first base on a 3-2 pitch. "There's some fibers tearing, but not to the point where he’ll need surgery," said Detroit manager Brad Ausmus.


  • Baseball-Cabrera out six weeks with calf strain, Tigers say 4 Jul 2015 | 4:41 pm

    Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera, the American League's hitting leader, will be out of action for about six weeks with a severe left calf strain, Major League Baseball's website reported on Saturday. Cabrera, a two-time league Most Valuable Player, was injured on Friday while taking off from first base on a 3-2 pitch. "There's some fibers tearing, but not to the point where he'll need surgery," said Detroit manager Brad Ausmus.

  • Yellowstone loses radio frequencies used to track wildlife 2 Jul 2015 | 4:59 pm

    This May 17, 2014 photo from Wolves of the Rockies shows a black female wolf known as 889F wearing a satellite tracking colla,r in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. This black female wolf has a white and black satellite collar on her neck. Government researchers have lost their license to a set of radio frequencies used to track more than 100 radio-collared wolves and elk at Yellowstone. Yellowstone biologist Doug Smith said Thursday, July 2, 2015 that new licensee NorthWestern Energy is letting the research work continue, allowing the park to avoid more than $450,000 in estimated costs to restart the program.(Wolves of the Rockies via AP)BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Researchers at Yellowstone National Park have lost their license for a set of radio frequencies used to track more than 100 radio-collared wolves and elk.


  • Lawsuit filed against U.S. over protections for rare wolf 2 Jul 2015 | 4:05 pm

    A handout photo of an endangered gray wolf(Reuters) - A coalition of environmental groups filed a lawsuit on Thursday against U.S. wildlife officials arguing that the government's management plan for the endangered Mexican gray wolf, one of the most imperiled mammals in North America, does not go far enough. The Western Environmental Law Center filed the suit on behalf of several organizations in a federal Arizona court, alleging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's plans for the wolves violate the Endangered Species Act and other laws. "Unfortunately, politics supplants wildlife biology in key parts of the USFWS Mexican gray wolf plan," attorney John Mellgren of the Western Environmental Law Center said in a statement.


  • America Ferrera Writes "Thank You" Letter to Donald Trump for "Ignorant and Racist" Speech 2 Jul 2015 | 12:37 pm

    "Thank you for reminding us that there remains an antiquated and endangered species of bigots in this country that we must continue to combat."

  • Totally Tubular July 2, 2015: Zoo, Scream, The Spoils Before Dying, Comic-Con Preview, and More (PODCAST) 2 Jul 2015 | 8:07 am

    Totally Tubular July 2, 2015: Zoo, Scream, The Spoils Before Dying, Comic-Con Preview, and More (PODCAST)Happy Thursday, guys and gals! Here in the States, it's time to celebrate our Independence Day—which really just means a three-day weekend, American flag tank tops, cheap fireworks, and even cheaper beer. But there's a new addition to the annual American tradition: Totally Tubular. In this week's episode, we chat about the pilot episodes of Zoo and Scream, preview IFC's The Spoils Before Dying, and give you some tips and tricks of how to survive another annual event: San Diego Comic-Con (which begins next week). Tim also remembers the time he took a shot with a Stormtrooper. Click below to listen to Episode 34! You can do us a favor and subscribe/rate on iTunes, and now you can also subscribe to the show on Stitcher. Here's the segment rundown: ... 01:47 – 09:37 – News Round-Up ( Hannibal actors getting out of their contracts, NBC ditching Donald Trump, Fox's planned Fatal Attraction event series, and more) ... 09:38 – 21:18 – CBS' Zoo ... 21:19 – 29:39 – MTV's Scream ... 29:40 – 38:24 – IFC's The Spoils Before Dying ... 38:25 – 55:39 – Comic-Con 2015 Survival Guide ... 55:40 – 01:16:47 – Mailbag! (Including which shows you should binge this weekend) This week's song: "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," by the Tokens Last week's podcast, in which we talked about Mr. Robot, Humans, and Big Brother, is right here. As always, we'd really love to hear from you folks. Leave your questions about anything TV-related in the comments, or get in touch with Tim and me on Twitter (@timattvdotcom and @corybarker).