The Must List: What's Hot for the Week Ending June 13, 2010
Kanye West's ''POWER''
No humble pie here. Kanye returns from his self-imposed, post?Taylor Swift exile with an anthemic single that takes jabs at his hecklers while still being insightful and witty. Welcome back, Mr. West.
THE WORLD CUP
Baseball may be the national pastime, but let's be clear: Soccer is the world's sport. ?Every four years, the best soccer teams from around the globe face off in this tournament. For 2010, the goal-on-goal action takes place in South Africa from June 11 to July 11, with coverage on ABC, ESPN, and the new ESPN 3D. So tune in and root for the U.S. team. Standout scorer Landon Donovan would certainly appreciate it.
Mark Feuerstein's charm not enough for you? Season 2 of the zippy series boasts guest stars Henry Winkler and Marcia Gay Harden. (USA, Thursdays, 10 p.m.)
LONESOME DOVE, 25th anniversary
This special edition of Larry McMurtry's expansive-as-the-West tome features a new preface by the author.
CADDYSHACK on Blu-ray
It's a Cinderella story, out of nowhere! The Blu-ray edition of one of the most iconic comedies of all time includes a 30th-anniversary feature-length documentary among its special extras. So it has that going for it, which is nice.
KATHY GRIFFIN: MY LIFE ON THE D-LIST
The comedian is back for a brand-new ?season of her hilarious? reality series, and this time ?she's getting acting lessons from — who else? — Liza Minnelli. ?(Bravo, Tuesdays, 9 p.m.)
BODY TALK PART 1, Robyn
Blond hair and big beats aside, Stockholm's Robyn isn't much like her prepackaged American pop-star counterparts. The fiercely self-determined Swede brings futuristic funk and real feeling to her dance-floor-ready disc.
THESE CHILDREN WHO COME AT YOU WITH KNIVES, by Jim Knipfel
The delightfully acerbic Knipfel has put ?together a collection of darkly modern fables ? and fairy tales that will make you laugh even as you cower in fear.
ROBOT UNICORN ATTACK iPhone app
''Chase your dreams!'' says Robot Unicorn Attack. If that means finding a dead-?simple, crazy-addictive ?tap-to-jump game — set to an intoxicating Erasure soundtrack — well, consider this app a dream come true.
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE
Mia Michaels is finally in place as a permanent judge, and SYTYCD all-stars will be partnering with the top 10. In fact, the reality show looks so good this season, we're squealing with joy, Mary Murphy-style. (Fox, Wednesdays, 8 p.m.)