5 Shows To Watch on TV Tonight Like 'Couples Therapy', The 'Real World' Finale And More

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Jun. 12 2013, Published 3:54 p.m. ET

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Happy hump day! Check out what the editors of are watching on TV tonight and why you should too. Here are our 5 picks...

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1. Baby Daddy. 8pm and 9pm on ABC Family. There's 2 new back-to-back eps airing tonight, which means back-to-back of that adorable baby. Win win.

2. Chef Roble. 10pm on Bravo. Roble's catering yet another party for yet another celebrity on tonight's all-new episode. Also, he's charming and adorable, so that's another reason to watch. Just saying.

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3. I'm Having Their Baby. 10pm on Oxygen. This is probably one of the most emotional shows about having babies because it's all about couples who give theirs up for adoption. Season 2 premieres tonight and so tears will most likely ensue.

4. Couples Therapy. 10pm on VH1. Season 3 makes its debut tonight, featuring Catelynn and Tyler from Teen Mom and 4 other celeb couples who need therapy from Dr. Jenn Berman. Watch our exclusive clip here to get you even more pumped!

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5. The Real World: Portland. 10pm on MTV. It's the season finale tonight, and as per usual, this episode is all about Nia. We'll miss that crazy kids and her crazy ways.

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Which show are you watching on this fine Wednesday night? Which summer TV premiere are you most excited for? Tweet us @OKMagazine!


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