It's time for the Friday Night Lights NBC premiere tonight plus new episodes of Friday favs from Smallville to Party Down ! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c Smallville on The CW Ghost Whisperer on CBS Wife Swap on ABC 8:30/7:30c Big Time Rush on Nickelodeon Wizards of Waverly Place on Disney Channel 9/8c Friday Night Lights on NBC - NBC Season Premiere! Medium on CBS Kitchen Nightmares on Fox Stargate Universe on Syfy The Ricky Gervais Show on HBO 10/9c Miami Medical on CBS Party Down on Starz 10:30/9:30c Gravity on Starz 11/10c Comedy Central Presents : Andy Kindler 2 on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c Comedy Central Presents : Jeff Dye on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
Watch a sneak peek of an upcoming episode of MEDIUM titled "Time Keeps on Slipping" Season 6 Episode 20 airing Friday May 7 at 9pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: A distressed Ariel begins to lose hours and then years of time in her life and must look to her future self to find out how to get back to the present, on MEDIUM, Friday, May 7 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
For the most part, CBS has had a very good year. New series like ' Undercover Boss ' and ' NCIS: Los Angeles ' lived up to expectations and emerged as hits, and even though it's fallen off a bit lately, ' The Good Wife ' is also a success. But as the May upfront approaches, when the network has to make difficult decisions about what new shows to order and which programs to axe, it's a good time to assess what might happen. Here's our look at what's Tiffany network shows are on the brink ... and how it might play out. To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek of an upcoming episode of MEDIUM titled "Sal" Season 6 Episode 19 airing Friday April 30 at 9pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: After a neighbor is murdered, Allison's fears for her own family prompt her to install a high-tech talking burglar alarm, which she later suspects may be communicating with Marie. Also, Ariel meets a ghost who could help her get into the college of her choice, on MEDIUM, Friday, April 30 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
TGIF! Tonight is full of fun TV for your Friday night including new episodes of Smallville , Ghost Whisperer , Party Down and more. Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c Smallville on The CW Ghost Whisperer on CBS Who Do You Think You Are? on NBC Wife Swap on ABC Wizards of Waverly Place on Disney Channel 8:30/7:30c NOW on PBS on PBS 9/8c Medium on CBS Wife Swap on ABC Stargate Universe on Syfy Bill Moyers' Journal on PBS The Ricky Gervais Show on HBO 9:30/10:30c The Life & Times of Tim on HBO 10/9c Miami Medical on CBS Party Down on Starz 10:30/9:30c Gravity on Starz 11/10c Comedy Central Presents : Ryan Stout on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c Comedy Central Presents : Myq Kaplan on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
* Medium (9/8c NBC) A neighborhood slaying puts Allison and her family on the defensive. In the wake of the murder of her neighbor (Jonathan Silverman), our matriarchal medium springs into action, installing a high-tech security system in her home. But that's when a bizarre Kubrickian drama plays out. Straight out of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Allison comes to believe this cutting-edge alarm system has a mind of its own and is actually communicating with young Marie. Dub this one "2010: A Case Oddity." Meanwhile, eldest daughter Ariel sees dead people: She encounters a ghost who might be able to help her attend a coveted college. * Who Do You Think You Are? (8/7c NBC) Co-executive producer Lisa Kudrow's seven-part celeb family-tree series closes its inaugural season. The ancestral investigations spike in the season finale with filmmaker Spike Lee as the focus. The acclaimed director and Oscar nominee (for 1989's Do the Right Thing and 1997's 4 Little Girls) delves into his family's past in a fact-finding mission that directs him to Georgia and Texas. Ultimately, he discovers a surprising connection with his great-great-grandfather and meets an unlikely relative. * The Life & Times of Tim (9:30/8:30c HBO ) As long as he toils under a self-absorbed boss, it's pretty clear that Tim is never going to rise above his current station at Omnicorp. This could all change, however, when the company's visiting chairman (voice of Alfred Molina) from England sees Tim's promise in the second-season finale. Of course, things don't always work out for Tim, so he winds up spending a lot more time at O'Flaherty's, where his fortunes change after a chance encounter with a famous novelist (Philip Baker Hall). * Smallville (8/7c The CW ) Zod leaves his mark on Oliver - literally - when, after a confrontation that leaves the do-gooder at death's door, he brands Oliver's chest with a Z. Meanwhile, Oliver's gal pal Chloe is trapped with Tess inside Watchtower and realizes that the Kandorians have a direct line to Watchtower's server, and the connection must be severed. But the worst news of all is what Clark uncovers: Zod's soldiers have all been given superpowers - and that can't be good. * Stargate Universe (9/8c Syfy ) If Lt. Scott, Eli, Chloe or Greer ever wondered what could be worse than being trapped on a runaway spaceship, this episode will put an end to that curiosity as the away team becomes lost in a planet's underground maze while the aforementioned runaway ship takes off without them. Tune in to see if Dr. Rush and Col. Young have any clever ideas for rescuing their left-behind comrades. * Live From Abbey Road (8/7c Sundance) Arguably the best popular-music show on TV, this episode showcases a trio of superb groups. Florence and the Machine hit on all cylinders and ride the ethereal lilt of lead singer Florence Welch. Highlights are the beautifully melodious "Rabbit Heart" and the intoxicatingly powerful "Hurricane Drunk." Chairlift leaves its mark with the synth-poppy peppy "Bruises," and the Killers do a killer version of the movingly poetic "Human," paced by front man Brandon Flowers' impassioned vocals. * Now on PBS (8:30/7:30c PBS) Tonight marks the end of an era: Both Now on PBS and Bill Moyers' Journal come to an end, replaced next week by a new public-affairs program that promises to add an online angle. Now looks back at its coverage of the economy, the push for health-care reform and the environment; Moyers' show features a conversation with populist commentator Jim Hightower about the growing distrust people have of the federal government. Source here
It's Friday night and that means an all new Smallville , Medium , Spartacus: Blood and Sand and more! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c Smallville on The CW Ghost Whisperer on CBS Wife Swap on ABC 9/8c Medium on CBS Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution on ABC Kitchen Nightmares on Fox Stargate Universe on Syfy Bill Moyers' Journal on PBS]] Star Wars: The Clone Wars on Cartoon Network The Ricky Gervais Show on HBO 9:30/8:30c The Life & Times of Tim on HBO 10/9c Miami Medical on CBS Spartacus: Blood and Sand on Starz 11/10c Comedy Central Presents : Matt Braunger on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c Comedy Central Presents : Mo Mandel on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
Watch a sneak peek of an upcoming episode of MEDIUM titled "There Will Be Blood...Type B" Season 6 Episode 18 airing Friday April 9 at 9pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: Allison bonds with the mysterious girl from her dreams who she now must protect when the serial killer eyes the girl as the next target. Also, Joe expresses reluctance when he gets some added job responsibilities, on the conclusion of a special two-part MEDIUM, Friday, April 9 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
* Smallville (8/7c The CW ) Oliver has an identity crisis when Tess captures the Green Arrow for Amanda Waller (Pam Grier), but he manages to preserve his secret by escaping. Waller, who doesn't give up easily, continues her pursuit of the "Watchtower," and she's not above threatening Chloe's life to get the answers to some pressing questions (such as the names and last known addresses of the Justice League members). Meanwhile, John Jones (Phil Morris) is caught poking his nose into the Green Arrow kidnapping. * Stargate Universe (9/8c Syfy ) It had to happen. You can't cram a bunch of people into a decrepit spaceship that drags them against their wills deep into space with little to no hope of ever returning home and expect harmonious living conditions. A splinter group challenges the status quo on Destiny while Col. Young and Lt. Scott lead a search for an alien-tracking device. * Garage Mahal (9/8c DIY) With over 200 cars, is it any wonder that Jay Leno's garage is out of sorts? The "Tonight Show" host, known for his passion for motor vehicles, has a six-car garage that's filled with old furniture, clothes and various doodads, but the cars are parked outside. In this episode, which opens Season 2, the team tackles Leno's garage, taking on its biggest job to date. By installing a state-of-the-art turntable, they help Leno rotate his many cars in and out of storage. * Medium (9/8c CBS) After a two-week hiatus, buoyant clairvoyant Allison DuBois returned last week in the first of a two-parter that found her dreaming about an enigmatic girl possibly linked to a string of grisly family slayings. This two-part story arc concludes as dream weaver Allison makes friends with the mysterious girl from those visions, then sets out to keep her from becoming a serial killer's next victim. In DuBois family developments, Joe tries to avoid new job duties. * Real Time with Bill Maher (10/9c HBO ) Real Time showed a pair of repeats last Friday, but returns tonight with a concept begun in 2009: one-on-one interviews. The results have usually been pretty interesting, especially considering the fact that Maher's guests have included Bill Moyers, Jay-Z, Oliver Stone and Gore Vidal, and there's no reason to think otherwise, since this new edition features Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, comedian Chris Rock and restaurateur Alice Waters. * Private Chefs of Beverly Hills (10/9c Food Network ) When you cater (literally) to the rich and famous, you get some interesting requests, like preparing lunch for humans - and their canine companions - at a doggy spa, or cooking meals for a group of young millionaires on a glamorous camping - or "glamping" - trip. Private chefs do just that and more in the premiere of this unscripted series about a Los Angeles-based private-chef placement agency that serves the most discriminating - and over-the-top - clientele. Source Here
On April 9, "Ghost Whisperer" and "Medium" will be back with its new partner "Miami Medical" which pilot has been premiered this week. The new medical drama which replaces "Numb3rs" is following a team of expert surgeons who shine brightest under the adrenaline rush of working on the edge. In "Ghost Whisperer" episode "Dead Eye", when a confused ghost dressed as a clown begins haunting Melinda's house, it's up to her and Eli to look for answers in the ghost's final case as a private investigator - a love story involving greed and suspicion. In "Medium" episode "There Will Be Blood...Type B", Allison bonds with the mysterious girl from her dreams who she now must protect when the serial killer eyes the girl as the next target. Also, Joe expresses reluctance when he gets some added job responsibilities. Meanwhile in "Miami Medical" episode "88 Seconds", one member of the team learns a secret about Dr. Proctor's past while treating the victims of a hotel shooting. Dr. Deleo is offered a prestigious career move. Source & Previews