After a few weeks of nothing new coming out, midseason replacements are beginning. It is also sweeps month on television. It is usually in February, but it was pushed back due to the digital switchover, even though that was pushed back to June or July. In other tv show news, Trust Me moves to Tuesdays nights since The Closer has finished it season to help lead into the show. It is on its own for the rest of its season. Top Chef is over, but the reunion show will be on this Wednesday night.
Season Finales: Girls Next Door, The Bachelor, Dirty Jobs, Nip/Tuck, Knight Rider, Ghost Hunters International, Burn Notice
Pick of the Week
Synopsis: After Sam fears that he might actually be Satan’s spawn, he goes off on a road trip with the guys. When they return, they find out they have all been fired from their jobs at the Work Bench and evicted from their apartment.
Willing to Try
Synopsis: It is a sequel to Life on Mars, where a female cop is shot and transported back to 1981, where she runs into Sam Tyler’s old boss.
Not My Thing
Synopsis: The show returns for its third season where one couple is still engaged, one is married and there is one single guy.
Starring: Holly Hunter, Leon Rippy, Laura San Giacomo, Lorraine Toussaint, Bailey Chase, Kenny Johnson, Bokeem Woodbine, Gregory Norman Cruz, Dylan Minette
Premieres: Monday, March 2
Synopsis: Grace has a new partner (Christina Ricci) and Earl is still talking to Grace.
Synopsis: This season there will be models that are shorter than 5-feet-7-inches, which is short by the industry standards.
My Take: Since everything involving Tyra ends up being about her anyway, I just can’t watch someone that thinks they are that important.
Synopsis: The “celebrities” this season that will be competing for charity: Annie Duke, Andrew Dice Clay, Brian McKnight, Brande Roderick, Clint Black, Claudia Jordan, Dennis Rodman, Hershel Walker, Jesse James, Joan Rivers, Khloe Kardashian, Melissa Rivers, Natalie Gulbis, Scott Hamilton, Tom Green, Tionne Watkins