- TNT has Basketball Playoffs all night.
- At 8, ABC has two new episodes of According to Jim, followed by a new Dancing with the Stars and the season finale of Cupid.
- CBS has a new NCIS, then new episodes of The Mentalist and Without A Trace.
- NBC has the season finale of The Biggest Loser at 8.
- FOX has new episodes of American Idol and Fringe.
- The CW has a new Reaper at 8, then a new 90210.
- At 9, PBS has a new Frontline.
- History Channel has a new How The Earth Was Made at 9, followed by a new Life After People.
- At 10, FX has a new Rescue Me.
- Bravo has the Real Housewives of New York City Reunion at 10, then the premiere of Real Housewives of New Jersey.
- Sci-Fi has a new ECW at 10.
- Travel Channel has a new Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern at 10.
- Also at 10: MTV has a new episode of The Phone.
- At 10:30, TBS has a new My Boys.
Check your local TV listings for more.
After the jump, the late night talk shows.
Only Tommy Gavin could hatch a plan as bizarre – and bizarrely effective – as this.
When he finds out Colleen and Bart (aka "Black Shawn") plan to get married, he decides the best way to break them up is to complicate their relationship by encouraging his daughter to have sex.
Elsewhere in what is proving to be one of the show's funniest, best seasons, Franco and Mike butt heads over their differing viewpoints on 9/11, Mike – who seems oddly smarter, for the most part, this season – gets a new idea for a theme bar, Tommy meets Sheila's new therapist and Sean meets up with the creepiest back doctor ever.
The Phone makes its debut April 21 at 10 PM ET/PT on MTV. Timberlake is the executive producer for this action-laden reality show. While it's initially reminding me of the old "I know who you are and I saw what you did" and "the call's coming from inside the house," it's not that at all. It's more like folks signed up for a game show not knowing any details at all. Then the phone rings ...
Production rights to a popular Dutch reality program called The Phone were recently secured by FremantleMedia, which means we could be seeing a version of the series here in the states.
The series follows contestants as they traverse a major city to find clues that will lead to a cash prize. They communicate through mobile phones and a helicopter tracks their progress for the home audience. Also, there's an insane Vietnam vet in the helicopter that shoots at the contestants.
Well, most of that last paragraph is true. At any rate, I think it sounds like a pretty cool idea as far as reality shows go. The show is described as a "movie-like experience," and if that's true, I think it could definitely appeal to an American audience.
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