If you're absolutely dying to know how the SPLOST vote turned out (you know you are), "Mix In The Morning" with hosts Kenny B. and Charles Richardson will begin broadcasting a special election edition tonight at 8 p.m. on WMAC-AM 940.
WMAZ also will have a special election broadcast beginning tonight at 10 p.m.
You can also get regularly updated results throughout the night right here at www.macon.com.
'DAMAGES' LIVES ON: Viewers of the critically acclaimed FX series "Damages" got some good news Monday -- sort of.
The show wasn't renewed last month by FX, but has been picked up by DirecTV for at least two more seasons.
However, this deal is unlike the deal DirecTV made to broadcast "Friday Night Lights," rescuing that fine drama from cancellation.
With "FNL," DirecTV broadcasts the entire season in the fall, then lets NBC rerun the episodes during the spring and summer. However, "Damages" will be shown exclusively on DirecTV, with no rebroadcasting on FX. So us cable users are out of luck.
TUESDAY'S BEST BETS: If you watch the networks, expect those election-related crawls most of the night.
Fox's "Hell's Kitchen" is new from 8-10 p.m., and "Losing It" and "America's Got Talent are new on NBC. ABC offers "Wipeout" and "Downfall."
Cable offers quite a few more options, including "Rescue Me" (FX, 10 p.m.), which gets back on track tonight after a few weak episodes to start the season off. It's followed by a new "Louie" at 11 p.m.
Neil goes undercover with a crooked politician on "White Collar" (USA, 9 p.m.), a perfectly timed episode given tonight's primaries. It's followed by the new series "Covert Affairs" at 10 p.m.
Finally, there's a new "Warehouse 13" on SyFy at 9 p.m.