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What's On Tonight: Las Vegas, Smackdown, Monk, Super Bowl ads

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 2nd 2007 5:10PM
  • PsychAt 8, NBC has a new 1 vs. 100, followed by new episodes of Las Vegas and Law and Order.
  • CBS has a Ghost Whisperer at 8, followed by the special Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials 2007 and a new Numb3rs.
  • FOX has a new Nanny 911 at 8, then a new Trading Spouses.
  • There's a new Friday Night Smackdown on The CW at 8.
  • PBS has a new NOW at 8, then a new Washington Week.
  • TNT has the movie Drumline at 8.
  • Sci-Fi is showing a Jake 2.0 marathon again tonight.
  • Also at 8: TCM has Gene Kelly in Cover Girl, followed by Fred Astaire in Funny Face.
  • At 9, USA has a new Monk, followed by a new Psych.
  • At 9:30, Food Network has a new Giada's Weekend Getaways.
  • At 10, Showtime has the season finale of Masters of Horror.
  • At 10:15, AMC has The Towering Inferno.

Check your local TV listings for more.

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What's on tonight: Ghost Whisperer, Hannah Montana, 1 vs. 100, Paula's Party

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 12th 2007 5:06PM
  • At 8, PBS has a new NOW, followed by a new Washington Week and the special Telling The Truth: The Best in Broadcast Journalism.
  • CBS has a new Ghost Whisperer, then new episodes of Close To Home and Numb3rs.
  • NBC has a new 1 vs. 100 at 8, then new eps of Las Vegas and Law and Order.
  • FOX has a new Nanny 911 at 8, then a new Trading Spouses.
  • The CW has a new Friday Night Smackdown! at 8.
  • There's a new Hannah Montana on Disney at 8, followed by a new Cory in the House.
  • Sci-Fi has another Jake 2.0 marathon starting at 8.
  • At 8:30, Cartoon Network has a new Codename: Kids Next Door.
  • At 10, ABC has a new 20/20.
  • Food Network has a new Paula's Party at 10.
  • Also at 10: Comedy Central has a new Comedy Central Presents, with Andrew Kennedy.

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What's on tonight: Ghost Whisperer, Las Vegas, Law and Order, Smackdown!

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 5th 2007 5:15PM
  • Paula DeenAt 8, PBS has a new NOW, followed by a new Washington Week.
  • CBS has a new Ghost Whisperer, then new episodes of Close To Home and Numb3rs.
  • NBC has a new 1 vs. 100 at 8, then new episodes of Las Vegas and Law and Order.
  • FOX has a new Nanny 911 at 8, then a new Trading Spouses.
  • There's a new Smackdown! on The CW at 8.
  • Sci-Fi has a marathon of Jake 2.0 starting at 8.
  • At 9, ABC repeats the pilot eps of The Knights of Prosperity and In Case of Emergency.
  • At 10, Food Network has a new Paula's Party.

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The Five: Great UPN shows

by Bob Sassone, posted Sep 17th 2006 2:59PM

Nowhere ManUPN ended its broadcasting this past Friday. Now we'll have to get used to the new CW network and that awful logo.

More often than not, UPN had some terrible shows on the air (Homeboys in Outer Space, The Bad Girl's Guide, Shasta McNasty, Hitz, The Love Boat remake), but it also happened to have some gems in there (and, no, I'm not talking about either Star Trek: Voyager or Enterrprise). Here are five great UPN shows that we can all sit back and reminisce about.

1. Nowhere Man: Bruce Greenwood as a famed photographer who goes into the men's room of a restaurant one night, and when he comes out his wife claims not to know him, his credit cards no longer work, and people are trying to get him. This was a clever, moody show, sort of like The Fugitive (the great 60s show, not the terrible Harrison Ford flick), only with a conspiracy behind it. You can get the complete series on DVD.

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Sci Fi Channel grabs Enterprise, extends run of Twilight Zone

by Richard Keller, posted Aug 3rd 2006 6:29PM

Scott Bakula, Captain Jonathan Archer of Star Trek:EnterpriseIt looks like the Sci Fi Channel is actually going to run science fiction and fantasy shows in the near future. Shocking! Especially since it has recently dabbled in airing such shows as Law & Order:SVU and, deep breath, Extreme Championship Wrestling (no, I will never get over it!).

The network has recently picked up the rights to Star Trek:Enterprise, the prequel series that took place 150 years before the original. Enterprise aired on UPN from 2001-2005 to mixed reviews. The deal for Enterprise, which will premiere in the fall on the Sci Fi Channel, also included an extension of the network's contract for the original The Twilight Zone episodes.

The deal also includes rights to the Stephen King miniseries The Stand and The Langoliers, as well as a number of science fiction and supernatural shows that never completed their initial network runs. These include Threshold, Wolf Lake, Haunted, and Jake 2.0.

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