What to Watch Tonight: 2 Broke Girls, Mel Brooks Strikes Back, and SyFy's 20th Anniversary Special


What to watch on Monday, December 10...


8pm, Fox
American Country Awards
Trace Adkins and Kristin Chenoweth host and perform at the third annual celebration of the best in country music, live from Las Vegas. Lady Antebellum, Luke Bryan, and Rascal Flatts are also among the slated performers. No word on whether the ceremony also includes a storyline about the political machinations of Powers Boothe.


SERIES PREMIERE 9pm, NBC
Take It All
Howie Mandel hosts this new game show, which tests contestants’ savvy at the subtle art of gift-swapping. The special event airs every weeknight this week, so feel free to mentally insert this exact capsule in the Tuesday through Friday editions of "What to Watch Tonight" as well.


9pm, The CW
Gossip Girl
Blair is concerned for Chuck’s safety in an episode titled “The Revengers.” Intrepid TV.com Gossip Girl correspondent Cory Barker, meanwhile, hopes this signals a chance to take revenge on the entire show by blowing it the hell up à la Kimberly in Melrose Place.


9pm, CBS
2 Broke Girls
Max and Caroline finally open their long-dreamt-of cupcake shop after a season-and-a-half of struggles, wackiness, life lessons, and other stuff I’m only guessing at because I gave up on this show after like five episodes. Tonight features two brand-new offerings back-to-back, starting at 9pm with “And The Big Opening” and followed at 9:30pm by “And The Silent Partner.”


9pm, HBO
Mel Brooks Strikes Back
The comedy legend sits down with BBC creative director Alan Yentob before a live audience at the Geffen Theater. The retrospective of Brooks’ decades-long career as a performer, writer, director, performer, and more will include clips from his films and classic routines.


9pm, Syfy
Syfy 20th Anniversary Special
The SyFy network—née The Sci-Fi Channel—commemorates two decades of existence. Creatives and executives will look back on the evolution of the channel and its defining fare, from the later seasons of Mystery Science Theater 3000 through Battlestar Galactica, Farscape, Alphas, and more. Hosted by the Sharktopus, probably.


LATE-NITE:
– Seth MacFarlane, Retta, and Jack White on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Gerard Butler on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Episcopal bishop Gene Robinson on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Diana Krall on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Matt Damon, Chris Pratt, and Of Monsters and Men on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, 11:35pm, NBC
– Anne Hathaway, Jake Johnson, the U.S. Marine Corps Band, and Johnny Manziel on Late Night with David Letterman, 11:35 am, CBS
– Ted Danson and Emilia Clarke on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 12am, ABC
– Laura Linney, Dave Attell, Solange, and Chuck Leavell on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, 12:37am, NBC
– Kristen Stewart, Sloane Crosley, and Terry Fator on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS



WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?


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Nothing, nada, nyett... not a damn thing! The Christmas drought of good television has started already....
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Monday night football for sure tonight.
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I suspect the Syfy channel will show will be a reflection on just how good the station was in the past and how bad it's fallen. And it will remind viewers of all the good shows that they've cancelled. Although after the name change, it is really 20 years or just 2?
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absolutely nothing I regularly watch is on tv tonight :(
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Also, watching the ACA's and Take It All.
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Thank you for extending it to CraigyFerg! Isn't he winning the the poll?
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Just realized there's a Michael Buble Christmas special on at 10:00. I'll probably watch that.
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nothing on except "guilty pleasures"---ashamed to admit I watch these...lol
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I'd love to see Mel Brooks, but I don't get HBO. Oh, it's part of my cable package, but I just don't 'get' it. *old Letterman joke*
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Ferguson is finally on the list! Awesome!
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Looks like a good one to check out if you haven't watched yet.
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