THIS WEEK IN TV Monday-ABC has a special Sugarland: Live On The Inside (Sugarland is a country music group), and a new Dancing In The Dark; NBC has Great American Road Trip and Dateline NBC. Tuesday-ABC has the finales of The Superstars and Primetime: Family Secrets; CBS has Big Brother; FOX has new episodes of Hell's Kitchen and More To Love; NBC has a new America's Got Talent. Wednesday-ABC has new episodes of Wipeout and the season finale of I Survived A Japanese Game Show; FOX has a new So You Think You Can Dance; NBC reruns TV's Funniest 50 Phrases along with new episodes of America's Got Talent and The Philanthropist. Thursday-CBS has a new Big Brother; FOX has the season finale of So You Think You Can Dance. Friday-ABC has the finales of Surviving Suburbia and The Goode Family along with a new 20/20; FOX has Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? and Mental; NBC has a new Dateline NBC. Saturday-ABC has Finding Nemo (The W at Amazon) along with the finale of Dirty Sexy Money; FOX has a new America's Most Wanted; NBC has a new Face The Ace. Sunday-Hear that? It's the sound of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Regis returns for a special 11 episode run celebrating the 10th anniversary. The episodes air 5 days a week (S-M-Tu-W-Th) until they finish on August 23rd. ABC also has the series premiere of Shark Tank and a new Defying Gravity; CBS has 60 Minutes, Big Brother, and the premiere of There Goes The Neighberhood. TGTN seems to be basically suburban Survivor. The CW has a new Easy Money and Pumpkin, a 2002 movie starring Christina Ricci. It's not available on dvd at amazon.com, if that says anything. BoxOfficeMojo says it grossed $308,000. There is 1 left on amazon.ca. Yet another reason why Canada is better! NBC has Dateline NBC and the NFL Hall of Fame Game, in which Buffalo plays Tennessee.
That could be pretty cool (Viva Variety!). I wonder if it's going to work like ESPN360, where (it seems) only like seven people can get the damn thing, because it's not supported by all ISPs. I'd probably tune in (log on?).