MONDAY-Gossip Girl returns with new episodes tonight. CSI: Miami is new after taking two weeks off. With New Amsterdam finished on FOX, it's been replaced by reruns of House. New episodes of House start next Monday.
TUESDAY-A rerun of Shark airs Tuesday night. Like House, you can see new episodes starting next week. On The CW, we see the return of Reaper. On NBC, with The Biggest Loser finished, the lineup consists of the third-season premiere of Most Outrageous Moments, Saturday Night Live Presents "The Best of Chris Farley", and the new episode of Law & Order: SVU.
WEDNESDAY-On ABC Wife Swap returns after two weeks off and Supernanny returns after one week off. On CBS, Big Brother is new, but both Criminal Minds and CSI: New York are reruns. On The CW, we get the finale of Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious.
THURSDAY-With Eli Stone finished, ABC sees their normal Thursday night lineup return. That means new episodes of Grey's Anatomy, Ugly Betty, and Lost. On CBS CSI and Without a Trace return after a week off. On The CW Supernatural returns from hiatus. On FOX we get two episodes of Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?, which means no episode of Don't Forget the Lyrics this week. On NBC, everything's new, but Scrubs and 30 Rock have switched time slots from this point forward.
FRIDAY-On CBS, Ghost Whisperer and Numb3rs return after a week off, and Moonlight returns from hiatus. Canterbury's Law is finished on FOX, so FOX has decided to show movies on Friday nights. This week: 13 Going On 30, starring Jennifer Garner.
WEEKEND-ABC continues with Harry Potter movies this Saturday, this time airing Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. ABC's normal Sunday night lineup now is Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Desperate Housewives, and Brothers & Sisters. And the FOX cartoons are all new this Sunday.
EHC is way down since they moved it to Sunday nights. It was doing far better on Monday nights. It's coming back next year (so that they can get enough episodes to sell it to off network syndication), but The CW is a mess.
The piece of jaw muscle still hanging on is brilliant. Right there with ya on the animated series' Two-Face being top notch. I know it's early, but this is shaping up to be the best summer of movies yet.