What’s On Tonight: ‘The Voice’ Gives Its Winner A First-Class Ticket To Obscurity

06.18.13 5 years ago 24 Comments


Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, 8 p.m.) — Hey! This is popular with a demographic that is probably the exact opposite of the Warming Glow demographic, but I’m desperate. In tonight’s episode, Hannah uncovers a secret about her mother. Is she a clone? With a tail? Then I’m not interested.

NBA Finals: Game 6 (ABC, 9 p.m.) — Sorry. I don’t know a damn thing about basketball. But I WILL be at Fenway tonight, dodging rain delays, as our pub trivia’s team reward for winning the yearly tournament for the third year in a row, which is probably more information than I’ve ever shared about myself on Warming Glow, which should tell you how desperate I am to fill space for this post. Oh, and #humblebrag

Awkward (MTV, 10 p.m.) — A clip show. Seriously. For a show that’s been on for two seasons. A CLIP SHOW. It’s good time to remind you of the best recent movies on Netflix . Seriously, I cannot recommend Fat Kid Rules the World enough.

Ray Donovan (Showtime, Anytime) — There’s is nothing else on tonight, if you don’t watch basketball, so there’s no better time than now to watch the pilot for Showtime’s new series, Ray Donovan, which is available for free.

The Voice (NBC, 9 p.m.) — A winner is finally revealed tonight, though that doesn’t mean much, since winning The Voice is no guarantee of future success. Apparently, the biggest selling winner on The Voice is less successful than Lee Dewyze, the worst selling American Idol winner.

LATE NIGHT LISTINGS: Don Rickles is on Letterman. Don Rickles? Really? Kathy Griffin is on Leno; Maggie Gyllenhaal is on Kimmel; Angie Harmon is on Ferguson; Seinfeld is on Fallon; and Jim Gaffigan is on The Daily Show. That’s a rough lineup of guests.

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