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TV Tonight: Face Off, The Week the Women Went


What’s new on the ‘lectronic brain-sucker tonight:

Face Off (Syfy) Season Premiere: In the Season 2 kickoff, makeup artists compete in a remake of the Cantina scene from Star Wars: A New Hope—which should be easy, because it looked like shit. Am I right? You got served, 1977!---

The Week the Women Went (Lifetime) New Series: Yes, series. I thought this was a one-off special when it premiered last week, but it’s actually going to continue (guess Dance Moms can’t be expected to maintain the suck velocity all on its own Tuesdays). The setup, believe it or not: “Jeff Foxworthy narrates this docu-series in which gender roles are reversed when the women of a small South Carolina town leave the men to run the business, community and households.” If you change a diaper with a spatula and a garden hose … you just might be a redneck.

Also new tonight:
NY Med (ABC); America’s Got (No) Talent (NBC); Hotel Hell, MasterChef (Fox); The L.A. Complex (The CW); What Not to Wear (TLC); Dance Moms (Lifetime); Teen Mom (MTV); Storage Wars, Shipping Wars (A&E); Collection Intervention (Syfy); American Gypsies, Hard Time (NatGeo); Beverly Hills Nannies, Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family); The Burn With Jeff Ross (Comedy Central); Repo Games (Spike); Craft Wars (TLC); White Collar, Covert Affairs (USA)