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What To Watch On TV Feb 20 - Feb 26: Situation On 'Suburgatory,' 'Fringe' Finale, Oscars & More

The Situation Suburgatory

The Huffington Post   Laura Prudom Posted: 02/19/2012 8:02 pm

This week's TV schedule is packed with reality premieres and winter finales. On the reality circuit, new seasons of "Basketball Wives" and "Bethenny Ever After" premiere on Monday night, followed by "Ghost Hunters International" on Wednesday.

Also on Wednesday night, The Situation moves from Seaside to "Suburgatory" to make his acting debut. And after last week's "Grey's Anatomy"/"Private Practice" crossover episode, Fox gets in on the action Thursday evening with a "Bones"/"Finder" crossover of its own.

The winter finale of "Fringe" airs Friday night, kicking off a weekend that will culminate with Sunday night's Oscars broadcast, as Billy Crystal returns to host for the ninth time.

Check out our slideshow to see what else is worth watching this week.

MONDAY, FEB. 20: "Basketball Wives"
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"Basketball Wives" (8 p.m. EST on VH1) season premiere
In season four of "Basketball Wives" the two new ladies alter the ever-changing landscape and dynamic among these women. Newcomer Kesha Nichols survived every girl's worst nightmare, having her engagement broken off by her ball-playing fiance via email shortly before their wedding. Kenya Bell is in the process of finalizing a divorce from a basketball star and is one of the most notorious and controversial wives in the league, whose infamous reputation is well-known by the other wives. Shaunie O'Neal is on the path to establishing herself as a business mogul. Evelyn Lozada and Jennifer Williams' 12-year friendship is in a precarious position; will it recover from last season's fracture? Strong-willed Tami Roman continues to be a force to be reckoned with both socially and now in business. Royce Reed and Suzie Ketcham attempt to navigate uncharted waters as new chapters open in their lives.

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