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Published: Monday, July 22, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

TV's best best this week

Tonight
Better be on your toes for Season 2 of "Breaking Pointe." The unscripted series about the inner workings of a ballet company resumes as the dancers begin auditions for "Cinderella." 9 p.m., The CW.
"Supermarket Superstar" is a "Shark Tank"-like reality series that has home chefs pitching their recipes to food industry titans for a chance to have their creations put on the shelves of a major grocery chain. 10 p.m., Lifetime.
Tuesday
"The Vineyard" could be some lightweight summer fun. It's a "docu-soap" that follows a group of young hotties as they work, frolic and hook up along the shores of Martha's Vineyard. 10 p.m., ABC family.
Time to hit the couch. "Web Therapy" is back in session for Season 3 as kooky shrink Fiona Wallace (Lisa Kudrow) welcomes an array of new guests, including Steve Carell, Meg Ryan, Billy Crystal, Chelsea Handler and old "Friends" co-star Matt LeBlanc. 11 p.m., Showtime.
Wednesday
Brace yourself for "Spell-Mageddon." It's a game show that challenges contestants to spell increasingly difficult words while dealing with distractions like getting dunked in a tank or doused in slime. 9 p.m., ABC family.
Thursday
She may be super fast, but Sanya Richards-Ross can't run from the cameras. In "Sanya's Glam & Gold," the Olympic track star puts her life with her husband, NFL player Aaron Ross, on display for all to see. 10 p.m., WEtv.
Friday
The mesmerizing period drama, "Magic City," continues with Ike (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) again crossing ethical boundaries. This time, he initiates a scheme to rig the Cuban lottery. 9 p.m., Starz.
Saturday
You may want to watch "American Haunting" with the lights on. It's a new series that delves into the tormented lives of families experiencing paranormal activity in their homes. First up: A Kentucky home where strange voices are being heard. 8 p.m., A&E.
Chuck Barney
Contra Costa Times

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