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Election night TV: Yes, you have some choices

It's election night Tuesday, so you're not going to find a whole lot of new programming on TV other than election coverage. But just like when you vote, you have choices. And if you live in Chicago, you have three city-related choices.

"Chef Race: U.K. vs. U.S." on BBC America has a new episode called "Pizza to Go" that was filmed in Springfield and Chicago. The teams begin tonight's challenge in the state capital where they cook pizza in mobile, wood-burning ovens. They end the challenge in Chicago. The episode airs at 9 p.m.

MTV's "Underemployed," which was filmed in Chicago this summer, offers up a new episode at 9 p.m, while HGTV's "Million Dollar Rooms," at 10 p.m., has a section about "a Chicago garage that features Las Vegas flash."

Here are other new episodes tonight. I did not include cable networks like HBO, CInemax, Showtime and Starz, which are showing a variety of movies.

7 p.m.
"WWE SmackDown," Syfy

7:30 p.m.
"The Mortified Sessons," Sundance

8 p.m.
"Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition," Lifetime
"Alaska: The Last Frontier," Discovery
"Property Virgins," HGTV

9 p.m.
"Chef Race: U.K. vs. U.S." BBC America
"Chopped," Food
"Covert Affairs," USA
"Don't Sleep!" BET
"Fighting Tuna," Discovery
"Ink Master," Spike TV
"Prank My Mom," Lifetime
"Sons of Anarchy," FX
"Total Blackout," Syfy
"Underemployed," MTV

9:30 p.m.
"House Hunters International," HGTV
"Viral Video Showdown," Syfy
"Caught Red Handed," TruTV

10 p.m.
"Chelsea Lately," E!
"Conan," TBS
"Flashpoint," ION
"Million Dollar Rooms," HGTV
"Prom Queens," Lifetime
"Tattoo Nightmares," Spike TV
"The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," Comedy Central

10:30 p.m.
"The Colbert Report," Comedy Central
"Prom Queens," Lifetime


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