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What to Watch Wednesday: Jon Hamm Hosts the ESPYs, Bridge Killing Continues and More
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What to Watch Wednesday: Jon Hamm Hosts the ESPYs, Bridge Killing Continues and More

Jul 17 2013, 6:06am CDT | by

On TV this Wednesday: Jon Hamm is Mad for the ESPY Awards, a Bridge baddie stalks its prey, Ghost Hunters scare up a season finale and a familiar fireman makes Cleveland even hotter than usual. Here...

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What to Watch Wednesday: Jon Hamm Hosts the ESPYs, Bridge Killing Continues and More

Jul 17 2013, 6:06am CDT | by

On TV this Wednesday: Jon Hamm is Mad for the ESPY Awards, a Bridge baddie stalks its prey, Ghost Hunters scare up a season finale and a familiar fireman makes Cleveland even hotter than usual. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

8 pm Melissa & Joey (ABC Family) | Joe convinces Mel to dump a needy friend — whom he then starts dating. (Get scoop.)

8:30 pm Baby Daddy (ABC Family) | When Fitch dies, his father wants Riley to deliver the eulogy; Ben thinks he’s falling for Megan.

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9 pm ESPY Awards (ESPN) | Jon Hamm (Mad Men) hosts the sporty channel’s annual kudoscast, live from Los Angeles. Scheduled presenters include Malin Ackerman (Trophy Wife), Don Cheadle (House of Lies), Kevin Bacon (The Following) and Jason Sudeikis (Saturday Night Live).

9 pm Ghost Hunters (Syfy) | Season finale: The team investigates a (cursed?) Missouri resort that has burned down twice. (Not yet renewed.)

9 pm Franklin & Bash (TNT) | Jared and Peter come to the aid of a friend (guest star Eddie Jemison, Ocean’s Eleven) who’s been charged with murdering his long-time adversary in practical joking.

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10 pm The Bridge (FX) | As Marco and Sonya investigate the body from the bridge, it becomes clear that the killer isn’t done with newspaperman Frye.

10 pm Camp (NBC) | Mack’s ex-husband Steve (played by Jonathan LaPaglia, The District) crashes at Little Otter just in time for the annual Capture the Flag tournament.

10 pm Necessary Roughness (USA Network) | There’s a mole at V3, and Connor’s determined to find it.

10 pm Hot in Cleveland (TV Land) | Joy reunites with hot fireman Sean (returning guest star Eddie Cibrian, Third Watch), and Victoria inadvertently commits to a very generous donation on national TV. Dave Foley (NewsRadio) also appears.

10:30 pm The Exes (TV Land) | The guys create an online dating profile for Holly, and it reels in at least one potential winner – guest star Grant Show (Melrose Place). (Watch an exclusive sneak peek!)

Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!


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Jennifer Aniston, Jon Hamm to appear on Stand Up to Cancer telethon

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Jimmy Kimmel takes the Ice Bucket Challenge … down his crotch

Aug 18 2014 8:39pm CDT | Source: TV Tattle on Hitfix

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Elisabeth Moss: Shooting The 'Mad Men' Finale Was 'Like A Funeral'

Aug 4 2014 3:32pm CDT | Source: Huffington Post

"Mad Men" fans still have several months to wait for the conclusion of the critically-acclaimed series, but the show's actors have already said their goodbyes, and according to Elisabeth Moss, it was pretty tough. When Moss and Mark Duplass joined HuffPost Live on Monday to discuss their romantic comedy "The One I Love," the actress behind Peggy Olson gave host Ricky Camilleri t ...
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Jon Hamm And Jimmy Fallon Spit Food On Each Other In Fake '80s TV Show

Jul 26 2014 9:13am CDT | Source: Huffington Post

If there's a show we wish existed in the '80s, it would be "Palisades Park Pet Patrol," of course. Starring Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon, this non-existent show that Fallon shared clips from on Friday night's "Tonight Show," featured the two playing animal patrol officers. The best part though, is that they stuff their faces with food only to spit it all over each other as they argue -- oh, and there's also no an ...
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