THIS WEEK IN TV Mostly new programming this week, with the following exceptions: * CBS on Monday has a rerun of The Big Bang Theory, a new episode of Rules of Engagement, and the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship. * NBC on Monday has new episodes of Chuck and Trauma, and a rerun of Law & Order. * ABC on Wednesday is all reruns except Ugly Betty. * CBS is all new on Wednesday, but I want to mention the first new episode of Accidentally On Purpose in its new time slot. And also the 9:00 (Eastern) airing of Law & Order: SVU is a rerun like usual. * On Thursday, only Flash Forward is new on ABC, and only The Marriage Ref is new on NBC. * House, America's Next Top Model, and Who Do You Think You Are? are reruns on Friday. Everything else is new. * ABC has Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (The W at Amazon) on Saturday. Fox has the NASCAR Subway Fresh Fit 500 from Phoenix International Raceway. * On Sunday, ABC has a two-hour episode of Brothers & Sisters. That prempts Desperate Housewives. Everything else on the 4 networks that night is new except for Minute To Win It on NBC.
TV RATINGS 3/29 to 4/4
I'm surprised at how good V did. Let's see if it can keep from dropping off in future weeks.
Originally posted by OliverI caught my first episode of NCIS: Los Angeles the other week; what a fun show - it's more character driven than the original is, but it flows well. It's worth checking out.
The old hobbit lady with the thick plastic round glasses is weird.
One of the four shows I am currently watching. Linda Hunt was not to be on the series except for a guest shot in the pilot, but she was so good they kept her. And I love LL Cool J in the show. That along with Lost Flash Forward and Survisor completes my must see TV - and of course, two of those shows (lost, NCIS:LA) are up against one another. TGFDVR.
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That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift