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TV Tonight: Bunheads, Burning Love

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What’s new on the synapse melter tonight:

Bunheads (ABC Family) Series Debut: That dramedy mashup of Gilmore Girls and Dance Moms no one asked for? It’s here! ---A Las Vegas showgirl (Sutton Foster, who’s won a Tony or something) moves to a picture-perfect little town and begins teaching ballet at her mother-in-law’s dance studio—and the show is exec-produced by G Girls’ Amy Sherman-Palladino. Wonder what she thinks of what’s become of li'l Rory on Mad Men …  she’s probably shocked.

Burning Love (Yahoo.com) Web Series: Never thought I be saying “Check out this Yahoo Web series,” like, ever—but Bachelor spoof Burning Love is just too damned funny to ignore. Hell, it’s even more hysterical than the real Bachelor, minus the aftertaste of shame, sadness and lube. Follow Burning Love here (new episodes Mondays and Thursdays).

Also new tonight:
The Bachelorette (ABC); American Ninja Warrior (NBC); Hell’s Kitchen, MasterChef (Fox); The Secret Life of the American Teenager (ABC Family); American Pickers, Pawn Stars (History); Gene Simmons’ Family Jewels, Monster-in-Laws (A&E); The Real Housewives of New York City (Bravo); Cake Boss, Extreme Couponing (TLC); Top Gear (BBC America); Teen Wolf (MTV); Outlaw Empires (Discovery); Eureka, Lost Girl (Syfy)