What to Watch Tonight: The Season 4 Premiere of Pretty Little Liars, the Series Premiere of Twisted, and the Mid-season Finale of Awkward.


What to watch on Tuesday, June 11...


Live, 8pm, ABC
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night
Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, and David Spade hope you’ll part with 12 of your hard-earned dollars (or its overseas currency equivalent) in exchange for 93 minutes of their home movies packaged under the name Grown Ups 2. If you’d like to hear them make their case—yeah, I know, but someone out there probably will—tune in at 8pm Eastern, 7pm Central, or after Game 3 of the NBA Finals in time zones further west.


SEASON 4 PREMIERE, 8pm, ABC Family
Pretty Little Liars
What’s this? That audacious alphabetic adversary “A” up to old tricks—imperiling Mona and sending Toby in a dastardly new direction to boot? The terrifying truth of the trunk’s treasures... revealed? Can the girls interpret the insidious initial’s intent, even while Emily sets her sights on post-Rosewood life? Tune in to “A Is for A-l-i-v-e” to find out—same Liar-time, same Liar-channel!


8pm, Fox
So You Think You Can Dance
If I had one bit of advice for the dreamers auditioning in Las Vegas tonight, it would be this: Just dance. Gonna be okay. Da-da-doo-doo-mmm. Just dance. Spin that record babe. Da-da-doo-doo-mmm. Just dance. Gonna be okay. D-d-dance. Dance, dance, just j-j-just dance.


9pm, OWN
The Haves and the Have Nots
Jim publicly announces his gubernatorial campaign in “Entering the Race,” but Candace threatens to feed the media a news bulletin of her own. Meanwhile, an eviction notice arrives at Hanna’s house, but I suspect that won’t be a wholly effective tactic for clearing those barn owls out of the attic. Barn owls are notoriously disdainful of civil law procedures.


OFFICIAL SERIES PREMIERE, 9pm, ABC FAMILY
Twisted
After previewing back in March, this new teen soap/crime mystery/thing-on-ABC-Family’s-schedule-that-isn’t-Bunheads settles into its regular time slot. The premise in case you’ve forgotten, centers on a teenager trying to reintegrate in his hometown after being released from juvie (think of it as Rectify Jr.). In the pilot, his attempt to readjust to the company of his mother and best friends grows even more complicated when a cloud of suspicion descends upon him after a classmate is found dead.


MID-SEASON FINALE, 10pm & 10:30pm, MTV
Awkward.
In “Redefining Jenna” at 10pm, the spark between Jenna and Collin sets sparks flying between Jenna and Matty. Tension surfaces in Tamara and Jake’s relationship too, when she’s tempted by a shift in the school’s social pecking order. Then at 10:30pm, join the cast and crew to recap highlights from the first leg of Season 3 in “Aftershow: You’re Welcome.”


10:30pm, Comedy Central
Inside Amy Schumer
Amy gets molested this week, even though Arnold and Dudley warned her not to go into that bicycle shop. Elsewhere in “Unpleasant Truths,” Amy has a row with her boyfriend and wrangles her multiple personalities.


LATE-NITE:
– Jonah Hill, Ice-T & Coco, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Wildlife expert Bradley Trevor Greive and guest host Ross Matthews on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Armando Iannucci on The Daily Show, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Author Daniel Bergner on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Jamie Foxx, Jimmy Connors, and Matthew Morrison on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, 11:35pm, NBC
– Dana Carvey, Nick Robinson, and a performance from the Broadway show Matilda the Musical on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS
– Lil Wayne, Chris Messina, and Jimmy Eat World on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Seth Rogen, Jeffrey Tambor, and The Lumineers on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, 12:37am, NBC
– Margaret Cho and Hugh Dancy on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS



WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?

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lots of shows to catch up on so I don't mind that not much is on. Some of the shows on this page are ones I am considering but haven't tried yet.
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Oh, Tuesdays. Guess I'll watch Twisted!
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As funny as the Diff'rent Strokes reference was, the mouseover description for Inside Amy Schumer is even funnier because it just reads like a cruel, tragic life instead of unrelated sketches: "Amy has multiple personalities; Amy gets upset with her boyfriend; Amy gets molested."
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Plus Jay Leno...
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