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Tuesday Night Television

Critic’s corner: What’s on TV tonight

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Raising Hope  8 p.m., Channel 25

Last week, “The Office” finally revealed the film crew. On Tuesday night, an hourlong “Raising Hope” is calling attention to yet another mockumentary crew, when Sabrina’s mother hires the “Modern Family” filmmakers to chronicle Sabrina and Jimmy’s wedding. It’s an interesting crossover, seeing as “Modern Family” is on ABC. By the way, “Ben and Kate” has been canceled, which has left me grieving. It just couldn’t hold the “Raising Hope” audience. Pictured: Shannon Woodward and Lucas Neff.

Redrum  10 p.m., ID

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I think I’m in love. The title of this show is too perfect, since it is “murder” spelled backward, which any fan of “The Shining” would know. “Redrum” is a reality show about murders that moves backward, from the discovery of the body back to the actual homicide. There are cheesy dramatizations aplenty, with a high-drama voice­-over and forced creepy music.

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Edge of America  9 p.m., Travel Channel

Haggis, and I’m not talking Paul.

Nikki & Sara Live  11 p.m., MTV

Got live talk if you want it.

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Happy Endings  9 and 9:30 p.m., Channel 5

Double shot of caffeine.

Matthew Gilbert can be reached at gilbert@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @MatthewGilbert.