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TLC moves Vegas trainwreck with gloss 'Sin City Rules' to Tuesdays

By April MacIntyre Dec 29, 2012, 6:48 GMT

TLC moves Vegas trainwreck with gloss 'Sin City Rules' to Tuesdays

Starting January 1, 2013, TLC will premiere new episodes of Sin City Rules at 10/9c.

Starting January 1, 2013, TLC will premiere new episodes of Sin City Rules at 10/9c.

The series explores the lives of five high-powered women at the power center of one of the most notoriously shiny and bright cities in the world – Las Vegas.

The series follows the lives of five women in Las Vegas, including an entrepreneur daughter of an infamous mob boss, a cosmetics mogul, a champion poker player, a gun-loving fashion designer and a pageant queen-turned-entertainment reporter.

TLC’s All-New Tuesday line up is now:

TOTALLY T-BOZ (8/7c) – new series premieres 1/1/13

THE SISTERHOOD (9/8c) – new series premieres 1/1/13

SIN CITY RULES (10/9c) – new premieres

SIN CITY RULES’ upcoming episodes include:

Episode 105 “LET’S CALL A TRUCE,” premiering January 1 at 10/9c

Upset by Lana’s recent actions, Alicia hosts a brunch to clear the air about her employment status once and for all.  Lana learns of information Amy has found, and decides to hold a "truce night."  Jen struggles with a very serious health condition.

Episode 106 “A NICE LITTLE AMBUSH,” premiering January 8 at 10/9c.

Lana hosts a truce night with all of the women. When an angry Amy reveals information affecting her personal life, Lori invites her to lunch with a surprise plan in place. Alicia attempts to revamp her career, while Jen seeks answers for her health scare.

Episode 107 (no title yet), premiering January 15 at 10/9c.

After the ambush, Amy is fired up but attempts to divert her attention to her new business with her mom, but it won’t be easy.  Lana plans for her birthday party in LA, while Alicia reports for the local news.  Jen and Marco discuss renewing their vows.

Episode 108 (no title yet), premiering January 22 at 10/9c.

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