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TV Tonight: Robocroc, Cops

Posted By on September 14, 2013, 2:00 PM

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What’s new on the box(es) tonight:

RoboCroc (Syfy) Movie: It may be a summer leftover, but this cheese-saster flick has the best title after Sharknado: In Robocroc—see what I mean?—a minding-its-own-business crocodile accidentally becomes infected with military nanobots,--- transforming it into a “metal killing machine” (note to self: future band name) bent on chomping bikini babes at a nearby resort, because there are always bikini babes and a nearby resort. Robocroc is all the awful you’ve come to expect from Syfy and, now that every animal mashup has been explored, a perfect scene-setter for Sharkborg.

Cops (Spike) Season Premiere: The original reality show moves to cable for its 26th season premiere—as the joke goes, Spike is usually what’s playing on the TV in the background of Cops’ busts, anyway.

Also new tonight:

The Million Second Quiz (NBC)

Hell on Wheels (AMC)

Sins of the Preacher (Lifetime)

The White Queen (Starz)

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