Jul 10 2013, 6:24am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
8:30 pm Family Tools (ABC) | Series finale: The cancelled comedy ends with Terry’s design biz nearly taking over the family tool shop, leaving Tony responsible for getting Jack and Terry talking again.
9 pm The American Baking Competition (CBS) | Season finale: The flour flies as the final three bakers duke it out for $250,000 and a cookbook contract.
9 pm Franklin & Bash (TNT) | Martin Starr (Party Down) guest-stars as an actuary (represented by Peter and Jared) who’s accused of murder. Also, Peter is surprised to learn that Charlie has a daughter.
10 pm The Bridge (FX) | Series premiere: This thriller, adapted from the Scandinavian drama Broen, follows an off-putting American cop (Diane Kruger, Inglourious Basterds) and her charming Mexican counterpart (Demian Bichir, Weeds) as they try to catch a serial killer working both sides of the border. Ted Levine (Monk), Annabeth Gish (The X-Files) and Matthew Lillard (Scream) co-star. (Note: Tonight’s episode is 90 minutes.)
10 pm Camp (NBC) | Series premiere: Rachel Griffiths (Six Feet Under) stars as the recently divorced director of Little Otter Family Camp, who’s running the place by herself for the first time while trying to keep the summer retreat afloat. She’s joined by a host of counselors, campers, an amorous handyman and the sexy, arrogant owner of the resort across the lake (played by Australian actor Rodger Corser).
10:30 pm The Exes (TV Land) | Stacey Dash (Single Ladies) keeps it real with her Clueless co-star Donald Faison when Phil learns that the lady he’s interested in is a “recommitted” virgin. Missi Pyle (Two and a Half Men) also guest-stars as a woman who brings out a new side of Stuart.
11 pm The Soul Man (TV Land) | Boyce and Lolli step in when their pals Robyn and Paul — Community star/friend of Spoiler Alert! Yvette Nicole Brown and Cedric Yarbrough (Reno 911!) – prove that they have no idea how to parent their new foster child.
Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!
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