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What to Watch Tuesday, Oct. 21

by Kim Potts, posted Oct 21st 2008 5:00AM
Eli Stone'Eli Stone'
(10PM, ABC)
Oooo, wait 'til Tom Cruise finds out that Katie Holmes is having an affair with Eli Stone; he'll be couch-hoppin' mad!

Actually, the female half of TomKat is guest-starring as a dancing, singing woman Eli sees in one of his visions. The next day, at a baseball game, he meets the woman of his dream in real life, and she turns out to be Grace, a fellow attorney who embarks on a romance with Mr. Stone.

Grace also has a mysterious case that may tie in with the client Eli's representing, a man who wants to stop his son, who was killed in Iraq, from having a military burial. Does this mean Grace may turn out to be a metaphorical figment of Eli's imagination after all?

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What to Watch Tuesday, Sept. 2

by Kim Potts, posted Sep 2nd 2008 5:00AM
(8PM, The CW) series premiere
This new class of West Beverly High students? They have a lot in common with the '90s grads.

Just like sibs Brenda and Brandon Walsh, sibs Annie and Dixon Wilson move from the Midwest to the super swanky 90210 zip code, and their new pals include spoiled rich girl Naomi (sooo Kelly Taylor), BMOC Ethan (sooo Dylan McKay) and smartypants reporter Navid (sooo Andrea Zuckerman).

They'll also cross paths with original '90210'-ers, including the aforementioned Kelly (the West Bev guidance counselor) and Brenda (a guest director of the school play), and we can't wait 'til the rivalry kicks in again: They both fall for hot teacher Ryan Mathews.

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SoapNet mixes drama with hockey in new series

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 2nd 2008 10:23AM
soapnetThe success of last summer's General Hospital: Night Shift was the harbinger of things to come. And now they have. SoapNet announced a new 10-episode drama series called MVP: The Secret Lives of Hockey Wives.

It makes sense that SoapNet would take another stab at creating its own dramas. Last year's Night Shift, the channel's first attempt at that kind of original programming, proved more popular than the reruns of daytime soaps it had been running at 11 o'clock at night. But the difference between this new offering -- about the ladies in the lives of professional hockey players...hockey and soap? -- is that Night Shift was based on General Hospital and used popular stars from the daytime show for the spin-off. If Steve Burton (Jason), Kimberly McCullough (Robin) and Jason Thompson (Patrick) were not in Nightshift, would SoapNet viewers have tuned in?

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