What to Watch Tonight: The Series Premieres of NBC's Camp and FX's The Bridge

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What to watch on Wednesday, July 10...

8pm, Fox
Eva Longoria uncorks a mystery box challenge centered on Mexican ingredients. Later, the teams compete to crank out the gnarliest chow for more than 100 surfers, with the winners claiming tickets to the 2013 MLB All-Star Game in New York.

8pm, ABC Family
Melissa & Joey
Mel and Austin’s blooming romance hits a rough patch in “The Unkindest Cut.” It seems that she says “to-MAY-to,” and he says, “I don’t want to have children.” Will Mel’s dreams of a family lead her to call the whole thing off?

Family Tools
Terry’s aesthetic aptitude wows a client in “Terry By Design,” inspiring her and Jack to expand the family business. But when her design division threatens to overtake the whole operation, Jack and Darren scheme to sever ties between the two. Meanwhile, Mason’s itching to take his new CPR skills out for a life-saving spin, if only someone would be kind enough to require resuscitation of their cardiovascular and/or pulmonary systems.

9pm, TNT
Franklin & Bash
Is this week’s client, Martin Starr, a humble actuary or a duplicitous murderer? Either way, the boys will represent him with their customary gusto in “By the Numbers.” They’ve taken a solemn oath to do nothing less, dammit.

9pm, USA
Royal Pains
“Pregnant Paws” finds Hank and Divya tending to the work-related illness of a doggy daycare proprietor. Could this lead to a fresh outbreak of the dreaded poodlepox, which devastated thousands in the Hamptons back in 1918? In healthier happenings, Hank and Evan try to regain their footing after Divya’s whopper of a revelation, and Shelby explores other partner options.

10pm, TV Land
Hot in Cleveland
“The Proposal” that Emmet has in mind for Victoria has to be extra-uber-special, since it will be his fifth time tying the knot and her sixth. Can the gals help him devise a suitably memorable question-popping?

10pm, Comedy Central
In “The Inhuman Torch,” the Planet Expressians suspect that Bender’s newfound fame as a firefighter may be linked to a much more Benderesque proclivity: arson.

The Challenge: Rivals II
Seventeen pairs of the 21st century’s most sterling specimens of humanity are plopped into Thailand and run through a gauntlet of games and obstacles. Each team pairs bitter adversaries from MTV reality seasons past, guaranteeing maximum melodrama.

Rachel Griffiths stars as the owner of Little Otter Family Camp, a financially strapped sleepaway that shares a lakefront with a posh resort community. In the opener, she adapts to the pressures of running the camp solo for the first time, while her teenage son hopes to make the most of his first experience as a counselor-in-training. In other cabins, Little Otter's lead counselors renew their seasonal flings, and another trainee keeps a secret under wraps.

The Bridge
Two detectives, American Sonya Cross (Diane Kruger) and Mexican Marco Ruiz (Demian Bichir), are thrown together to solve the slaying of a prominent American judge whose body is found on the crossing between El Paso and Juarez. Realizing they’re on a gritty cable drama, the new partners quickly surmise that this may be the work of a border-bounding serial killer.

– Kevin Bacon, Charlie Hunnam, and Bernhoft on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– John Malkovich, Olivia Munn, and Blackberry Smoke on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, 11:35pm, NBC
– Salma Hayek Pinault, Tony Hale, and Houndmouth on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS
– Annette Bening, Michael B. Jordan, and Karmin on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Adam Sandler, Mireille Enos, and Eleanor Friedberger on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, 12:37am, NBC
– Cedric the Entertainer and Jess Weixler on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS


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