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TV Tonight: Damages, Hit & Miss

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What's new on the tele-tit tonight:

Damages, Hit & Miss (DirecTV) Season Premiere, Series Debut: Lady lawyers Patty (Glenn Close) and Ellen (Rose Byrne) have made it to the fifth and final season of Damages without killing one another—but there are still 10 episodes left, ---and there’s a showdown coming, orchestrated by … Dharma? Jenna Elfman and Ryan Phillippe guest as this season’s troublemakers; the latter as the founder of a WikiLeaks-esque website and all-around pain in the ass. On the new Hit & Miss, Big Love’s Chloe Sevigny stars as a … “pre-op transsexual contract killer”?! Gotta get DirecTV.

Also new tonight:
Final Witness (ABC); Dogs in the City (CBS); So You Think You Can Dance (Fox); America’s Got (No) Talent (NBC); Melissa & Joey, Baby Daddy, Beverly Hills Nannies (ABC Family); Toddlers & Tiaras (TLC); Cajun Pawn Stars (History); Haunted Collector, School Spirits (Syfy); Inside Men (BBC America); The Real World (MTV); The Soul Man, The Exes (TV Land); Dallas (TNT); Futurama (Comedy Central); Royal Pains, Necessary Roughness (USA); The Soup (E!) 

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