Of course NBC has the Olympics all week. So Monday, the only other new programming is the stuff on ABC (High School Musical: Get In The Picture and the season finale of The Mole); Wanna Bet? has been moved to Tuesdays). Tuesday, there's ABC's lineup (Wipeout, Wanna Bet? [taking over for I Survived A Japanese Game Show], and Primetime [subtitled "Medical Mysteries"]), as well as a new Big Brother on CBS. Wednesday there's Primetime and Greatest American Dog. Thursday's offerings include Big Brother and Flashpoint on CBS, and NFL Preseason Football (Carolina at Philadelphia) on FOX. ABC's Friday Night Movie is Legally Blonde, which is followed by a new 20/20. CBS is running out the string with Swingtown, The CW has Friday Night Smackdown, and FOX's Friday Night Movie has been preempted for more NFL Preseason Football (Oakland at Tennessee). It wouldn't be Saturday without America's Most Wanted on FOX. ABC's Saturday Night Movie is Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde. Awesome. On Sunday, CBS has new episodes of Big Brother and 60 Minutes. ABC has apparently given up on Sunday episodes of High School Musical: Get In The Picture. New episodes will only air on Monday until the finale, which is on a Tuesday.
Dan just announced that Keith Olbermann will be returning to the radio, with him, each day from 2-3 Eastern. For those who think that DP has dropped off since the loss of second banana Dibble (I among them), this is a good thing!