Dudes You Need to DVR: Hot Men We’re Currently Watching TV For

January 9, 2012  |  
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Aside from watching TV to be entertained by colorful stories and lives unlike our own, we tune in to some of our favorite shows for the added perk of peeping out some of the hot men that act good and look GREAT. From the heroic brother to the hilarious one who keeps our stomach hurting from laughing so much, they’re the little eye candy we need to get through primetime television. Check out our list and tell us who you think should be added to it!

Dolvett Quince

If my trainer looked like that, I’d probably be right and tight in no time, okay!? If you’re not acquainted with Dolvett Quince, he’s a trainer on The Biggest Loser who debuted his fine self in season 12. He’s not as hardcore as trainer Bob Harper, but he plays no games either when it comes to motivating the show’s contestants. I’m a big fan of his warming smile and all those percolating muscles, and that shiny bald head is very attractive too. You can check him out on The Biggest Loser on Tuesdays on NBC.

Jesse Williams

I’m not even a big Grey’s Anatomy fan and the minute I heard Jesse was becoming a series regular I was sucked in. Williams plays Dr. Jackson Avery on the show, often bringing the drama, and lucky for us, always bringing the hotness with those bright blue eyes and sickening abs (YOWZAS!). Avery is a competitive doctor who still manages to second guess himself, but we’re not second guessing his beauty…You can check the brotha out on Grey’s on Thursdays on ABC.

Adam Rodriguez

I know I wasn’t the only one drooling over last week’s Evening Eye Candy with the smoking Adam! Rodriguez plays Detective Eric “Delko” Delektorsky, a hardworking guy who stays not only in the messiest of situations as far as work goes (he’s had his share of near-death experiences), but also with the women he works with (a pregnancy scare broke up his relationship with co-worker Natalia). Not only does he bring the drama factor big time, he’s just sooooo easy on the eyes. Want to see more of the man? CSI: Miami can be seen on Sundays with the help of the good folks at CBS.

Daniel Dae Kim

Don’t lie, you know the Korean-American actor would have you doing the slick double take if he passed you walking down the street. While Lost really put him on the radar, right now he’s gaining a whole new fan base through the show Hawaii Five-0. As Detective Chin Ho Kelly, his character comes off as a loyal but tough man. But with the radiant smile he flashes a lot on the show, he’s not fooling anybody–he’s got to be a sweetheart. If you’re like moi and hope to one day run your fingers through his hair, you can get some eye candy while checking out the show on Mondays (aka today!) on CBS.

Pooch Hall

Most of the brothas on The Game are very pleasing eye candy, but Pooch is the number one reason I keep watching (well, for him AND the drama).  Playing the very silly and naive Derwin Davis, Pooch brings the goods as the wide receiver for the San Diego Sabers. While he’s made some questionable choices in his personal life (remember his affair with Drew Sidora???), it doesn’t keep his character from raking in those endorsements and becoming a huge star. Love his personality and those good looks, and you can see all of that and more tomorrow, when season five of The Game premieres on BET. A DVR must!

Damon Wayans Jr.

Funny guys always win some extra cute and cool points in a woman’s book, and it makes sense that Damon Wayans Jr. would be hilarious, coming from a long line of very funny people. The eldest son of Damon Wayans, the actor is now starring on the ABC show, Happy Endings, as Brad Williams. His character is very much influenced by the decisions and suggestions of his wife, even if he doesn’t agree with her a majority of the time (whipped!). Though the entire cast is pretty quirky, Brad, the only black I’ve seen on the show, keeps the laughs going. Not only do we see where his great sense of humor comes from, but we can see that daddy Damon’s good looks transferred to him as well…See Happy Endings on ABC during the epic Wednesday night comedy lineup.

Danny Pino

If Danny looks familiar, it might be because he used to star on the CBS show Cold Case. Keyword–used to. Nowadays, the Cuban-American actor stars on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Detective Nick Amaro. Sure, his character is a bit on the fiery side–ready to knock out a trifling suspect and very suspicious of his wife serving in Iraq, but still, he’s just the hotness that show needed after all these years (too many angry old men–yeah you Ice-T). The new addition is a welcomed one, and you can see more of Pino (and how great he wears a suit and less) on SVU on Wednesday nights over on NBC.

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