Tuesday July 16, 2013

Grantland.com went behind the scenes on the set of Under The Dome .  If you're still watching and are curios, click here.

More importantly, the summer series I look forward to the most (no offense Big Brother ) returns tonight.  Welcome back Suits .  Get a sneak peak here, including creator Aaron Korsh's advice that you might need to watch the premiere 2x.

More Suits stuff.  A multi-platform social game will go live at www.suitsrecruits.com  today and allows “self-proclaimed Suitors” to work with different members of Pearson Darby on a new case with one of the firm’s important clients, Wendigo. Suitors will be treated to more than 10 videos shot on the set of the show and scripted by its writers. EW.com got an exclusive clip of one below featuring Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) yodeling into his Dictaphone.

Can't miss TV: Here Comes Honey Boo Boo versus Cake Boss on a special episode of Family Feud, as the families featured on the two TLC programs face off to win money for their favorite charities.

Christie Brinkley is 59 years young.  She's clearly defying the laws of nature.  See for yourself here.

Here's some animated Louis C.K. for you. 

Bravo, Bravo.  Per Deadline , "Bravo continues to invest in its move back to scripted drama series, ordering a script from Warner Horizon Television for a one-hour drama series from writer/director Raymond De Felitta (City Island, Booker’s Place: A Mississippi Story, Café Society, Two Family House) set during the Wall Street crash of ’08. A female hedge fund trader in New York finds her business and personal life going in the tank. Needing an outlet to calm her anxieties, she turns to yoga and finds inner peace via the teachings of a mysterious male yoga teacher. Together they create a worldwide self-help/religious movement, called “Humble Tiger.” The NBCUniversal-owned cable net also recently ordered a script from Warner Horizon based on Charles Dicken’s A Bleak House."

Ink Master  returns to Spike tonight for season 3.  I've watched the first 2 seasons, both because the format works (see Top Chef ) and because I'm a big fan of the art of tattooing.  This one is better than Oxygen's version, called Best Ink .

Have you seen the previews for this one?  It looks abysmal.  Food Network is launching a 6-episode series on Monday, August 5 about the founders of a popular barbecue joint in Mississippi called The Shed. "ShedHed" Brad Orrison used his dumpster-diving loot to help construct the restaurant with his sister, Brooke; their father, Daddy-O makes the sauces.