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Since: 24.3.02
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.10
Hey, I almost forgot to post the ratings.

ShowNetworkDateRat18R
WipeoutABCTUE5.73.7
Hell's KitchenFOXTUE4.83.6
America's Got TalentNBCTUE73.1
So You Think You Can Dance? (WED)FOXWED5.13.1
I Survived A Japanese Game ShowABCTUE4.43.1
So You Think You Can Dance? (THU)FOXTHU5.23
The Baby BorrowersNBCWED4.92.9
The BacheloretteABCMON5.32.5
Primetime: OutsidersABCTUE4.32.5
Celebrity Family FeudNBCTUE5.82.3
Dateline NBC (Sunday)NBCSUN4.82.2
Last Comic StandingNBCTHU3.42.1
Celebrity CircusNBCWED3.52
SwingtownCBSTHU3.91.9
Nashville StarNBCMON3.91.9
America's Most WantedFOXSAT3.31.9
Primetime: CrimeABCWED4.71.8
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?FOXTHU4.41.8
Wife SwapABCWED3.21.8
Million Dollar PasswordCBSSUN5.71.7
American GladiatorsNBCMON3.11.7
Deal or No Deal (WED)NBCWED4.41.6
Dateline NBC (Friday)NBCFRI4.21.6
HopkinsABCTHU4.21.6
US Olympic TrialsNBCSUN3.51.6
The MoleABCMON2.91.6
Fear ItselfNBCTHU31.5
The Lost World: Jurassic Park 2FOXSUN2.41.5
60 MinutesCBSSUN6.31.4
SupernannyABCWED2.91.4
WWE Friday Night Smackdown!CWFRI2.61.4
CopsFOXSAT2.41.4
20/20ABCFRI2.91.3
xXx: State of the UnionFOXFRIX1.2
Farmer Wants A WifeCWWED1.61.1
The Haunted MansionABCSATX1
Dance MachineABCFRIX1
US Olympic TrialsNBCSATX1
DuelABCFRI2.11


THIS WEEK IN BROADCAST TV

So maybe you've been wondering how much new programming each of the broadcast networks is doing, like I was. Here are the numbers for this week.
NBC leads with 16 hours of new programming (73%). ABC has 11 hours of new programming (50%). FOX has 7.5 hours of new programming (50%). CBS has 3 hours of new programming (14%). The CW has 2 hours of new programming (15%). (ABC, CBS, and NBC have 22 primetime hours to fill, FOX has 15 hours to fill, and The CW has 13 hours to fill)

MON-ABC has the 2nd to last week of The Bachelorette, with a special The Men Tell All episode following the normal episode, followed by The Mole. NBC has new episodes of American Gladiators and Nashville Star.

TUE-ABC has its successful new Tuesday lineup of Wipeout, I Survived A Japanese Game Show, and Primetime: The Outsiders. FOX has the 2nd to last week of The Moment Of Truth and Hell's Kitchen. NBC has new episodes of Celebrity Family Feud and America's Got Talent. CFF this week has Vincent Pastore (for the Lustgarten Foundation For Pancreatic Cancer Research) vs. "The Girls Next Door" (for the Linda Blair WorldHeart Foundation and Operation Gratitude, and Kathie Lee Gifford (for the Assocation to Benefit Children) vs. Duane "Dog" Chapman (every article says the Mousseheart Child City School. All searchs for Mousseheart on google only turn up these articles. Perhaps they mean the Mooseheart Child City & School, but what do I know?)

WED-ABC now has just Primetime: Crime airing new episodes on Wednesdays. FOX has So You Think You Can Dance. NBC has new episodes of The Baby Borrowers and Celebrity Circus.

THU-ABC has a new episode of Hopkins. CBS has a new episode of Swingtown. FOX has the regular lineup of Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? and So You Think You Can Dance. NBC's got Last Comic Standing and Fear Itself.

FRI-a night of special programming. First, though, ABC has its normal lineup of Dance Machine, Duel, and 20/20. CBS has the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular. The CW has WWE Smackdown (what are the odds they start with Lilian Garcia singing the national anthem or America the Beautiful?). NBC starts the night with the US Olympic Swimming Trials, follows it with the Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular 2008 (is spectacular the word they can come up with to describe fireworks?), and ends with Dateline NBC. Oh MyNetwork has the 2008 Hero Awards, which apparently happened on June 8th. And FOX has the patriotic Daddy Day Care.

SAT-Cops & America's Most Wanted, of course. US Olympic Swim Trials on NBC. Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen on ABC.

SUN-There's a new Million Dollar Password on CBS (Monique Coleman and Damien Fahey. Looking at imdb, Fahey is an especially big nobody). US Olympic Track / Swimming Trials and Dateline NBC on NBC.
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.30


I have to say that "Wipeout" was way better than I thought it would be. The announcers were terrific in bringing the level of gravitas to the show that it deserved (sarcasm intended). Really they were excellent - John Anderson from SportsCenter and John Henson (Jim's son?). The contestants all thought the course was going to be pretty easy and it really did kill them all.

The Tuesday lineup of Wipeout and Hell's Kitchen works for me!




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Since: 1.8.02
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.70
    Originally posted by pieman
    John Henson (Jim's son?)


John Henson (ol' Skunk Spot) was the host of E's The Soup before Joel McHale (back when it was still called Talk Soup).

I forgot Wipeout was on last week until right before the final round, but I find myself loving I Survived A Japanese Game Show.

I had absolutely no idea Duel was even airing.



DrewDewce
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.15
    Originally posted by Teapot
    I had absolutely no idea Duel was even airing.


I'll tell you what I tell everyone I know who doesn't have it: TiVo'll change your life man (edit: - or maybe you do have it and forgot that Season Passes rule!).

Although even TiVo can't outmaneuver a local weatherman who just *has* to go live to tell us about potential thunderstorms on the fringes of the "viewing area" (grumble).

(edited by DrewDewce on 1.7.08 1259)


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Since: 1.8.02
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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.70
    Originally posted by DrewDewce
      Originally posted by Teapot
      I had absolutely no idea Duel was even airing.


    I'll tell you what I tell everyone I know who doesn't have it: TiVo'll change your life man (edit: - or maybe you do have it and forgot that Season Passes rule!).


Oh, I have TiVo. Duel is just a show that I'll watch if I remember it's on, but it's not important enough to me to Season Pass it. (A lot of shows fall in this category.)



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