THE WEEK IN TV Monday: The Bachelorette and Here Come The Newlyweds on ABC; I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here! and Dateline NBC on NBC.
Tuesday: The Superstars (premiere), Better Off Ted, and Primetime: Family Secrets (premiere) on ABC; Hitched or Ditched on The CW (repeated on Wednesday); Mental on FOX; I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here! and America's Got Talent (premiere) on NBC.
Wednesday: Wipeout (repeat on Saturday), I Survived A Japanese Game Show and Primetime: Questions for the President (finale) on ABC; So You Think You Can Dance on FOX; I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!, America's Got Talent and The Philanthropist (premiere) on NBC.
Thursday: Samantha Who? (back from hiatus) and In The Motherhood (back from hiatus) on ABC; So You Think You Can Dance on FOX; The Listener on NBC.
Friday: Surviving Suburbia, The Goode Family and 20/20 on ABC; The Chopping Block and Dateline NBC on NBC.
EDIT: I forgot to mention the movie on FOX on Friday. It's called Virtuality, and I'm told it's also a back-door pilot. In other words, if it does well, it will become a regular series. Just like the new Knight Rider did. If you read this, give it a quote so that other people know.
Saturday: Eli Stone on ABC; Harper's Island on CBS; America's Most Wanted on FOX; and Kings on NBC.
Sunday: Just For Laughs and part 2 of made-for-TV-movie Impact on ABC; 60 Minutes on CBS; Larger Than Life (1996) (The W at Amazon) (Bill Murray + an elephant) on The CW; and Merlin on NBC.
I'll probably go and watch it as I was a huge Tintin fan as a kid. Pretty sure I still have all the comics around somewhere. But do Gen Y and the kiddies even know who Tintin is these days? (FWIW The Calculus Affair was my favourite Tintin story)