Some exciting Friday TV this week including the Smallville TV movie that you've all been waiting for! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c Supernanny on ABC Ghost Whisperer on CBS Smallville on The CW (2 hours - "Absolute Justice" TV movie) iCarly on Nickelodeon 9/8c Shark Tank on ABC Medium on CBS Dateline on NBC - "The Secret Life of Michael Jackson" Kitchen Nightmares (US) on Fox Caprica on Syfy 10/9c The Jay Leno Show on NBC Numb3rs on CBS Spartacus: Blood and Sand on Starz 11/10c John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
If you're a Smallville fan, rejoice! The delayed winter return has finally come! But if you're a Dollhouse fan, it's both an exciting and tragic night. Yep, it's that time... the Dollhouse series finale. Here's hoping for some proper closure to make it all bearable! Check out all that's new tonight: 8/7c Dollhouse on Fox - series finale! Smallville on The CW - winter premiere! Ghost Whisperer on CBS Law & Order on NBC Supernanny on ABC 9/8c Kitchen Nightmares on Fox - season premiere! Medium on CBS Shark Tank on ABC Caprica on Syfy 10/9c Numb3rs on CBS 11/10c John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
While there are still some Friday favs and newbies missing from the line-up this week, there's still plenty to watch! Check out all that's new tonight: 8/7c Law & Order on NBC Supernanny on ABC Ghost Whisperer on CBS Batman: The Brave and the Bold on Cartoon Network 8:30/7:30c The Suite Life On Deck on Disney Channel 9/8c Dollhouse on Fox Medium on NBC Shark Tank on ABC Sanctuary on Syfy (2 hours!) 10/9c The Jay Leno Show on NBC Numb3rs on CBS 11:30/10:30c The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien on NBC What will you be watching?
Watch a sneak peek of MEDIUM "Dear Dad" Season 6 Episode 12 airing Friday January 15 at 9pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: The anniversary of his daughter's death re-opens old wounds for Devalos, but Allison's dreams and other clues could lead to the girl's true reasons for her actions. Also, Bridgette meets an interesting character while working at the library, on MEDIUM, Friday, Jan. 15 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Olivia Sandoval, Miguel Sandoval's daughter, reprises her role as Devalos' deceased daughter, Arianna, and Roxanne Hart reprises her role as Devalos' wife, Lily. Source & Preview
Shockingly this week, there's actually more great TV on Friday than the usual booming Thursday! Check out what has new episodes tonight: 8/7c Ghost Whisperer on CBS Law & Order on NBC Batman: The Brave and the Bold on Cartoon Network 9/8c Dollhouse on Fox Medium on CBS Shark Tank on ABC 10/9c Numb3rs on CBS Sanctuary on Syfy 11/10c John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show 11:30/10:30c The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien on NBC
* Medium (9/8c CBS) Matriarchal medium Allison DuBois rematerializes in a fresh episode about otherworldly redemption. It all begins with an investigation into a serial-killing spree, a case that unfolds with a twist when the prime suspect turns up dead. Before long, Allison has a close encounter of the bizarre kind: The ghost of the suspect reaches out to her, seemingly in an effort to redeem himself, reconnect with his girlfriend - and perhaps even to assist in the case. Meanwhile, Joe is asked to assess a novel authored by his boss. * The Suite Life On Deck (8:30/7:30c Disney Channel ) Charo, the flamboyant comedienne and top-notch flamenco guitarist, is a delight in this silly episode in which she plays the controlling mother of Esteban (Adrian R'Mante), the Tipton Hotel bellman, who comes aboard ship to get married. Unfortunately, mom doesn't approve of her son's bride and tries to break up the happy couple before the ceremony. Charo, of course, utters her trademark "cuchi-cuchi" and strums guitar with ease. Younger fans may not be familiar with Charo, but after this episode they aren't likely to forget her. And that's a good thing. * Shark Tank (9/8c ABC) A second season of aspiring entrepreneurs swimming in the shark-infested waters of potential finance starts up. Child-care service, a salad-dressing recipe, a three-dimensional bike helmet and a golf-ball washer are among the proposals pitched, and the progress of a stay-at-home mom whose line of children's books found backing last season is chronicled. * Sanctuary (10/9c Syfy ) The crimes of Jack the Ripper may very well be cold-case files, but if those close to you know you're the man behind those grisly slayings, that brutal reputation is going to stick, even if your "ripping" days ended over a hundred years ago. Druitt (Christopher Heyerdahl) tries to overcome an image problem of the serial-killer variety when a refugee turns up dead during a rescue mission orchestrated by Magnus and Co. * John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show (11/10c Comedy Central ) It's not hard to imagine that Daily Show correspondent John Oliver is, wherever he goes, likely to be the funniest person in the room. But in this six-episode stand-up series, it's clear he doesn't mind sharing the spotlight as he plays host for some of his favorite comedians on stage at NYU. Fortunately for him - and us - they certainly don't disappoint as tonight's premiere features Maria Bamford, Nick Kroll (as Fabrice Fabrice), Greg Fitzsimmons and a supersize set from Eugene Mirman. Source Here
Watch a sneak peek of MEDIUM "An Everlasting Love" Season 6 Episode 11 airing Friday January 8 at 9pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: The police hunt a serial killer targeting innocent women, but when the prime suspect dies, his ghost contacts Allison to clear his name, contact his girlfriend and maybe help the investigation. Also, Joe's boss asks him to critique his new novel, on MEDIUM, Friday, Jan. 8 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of MEDIUM "You Give Me Fever" Season 6 Episode 10 airing Friday December 4 at 9pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: When samples of a deadly viral disease go missing, Allison's visions could help prevent a massive bio-terror attack. Also, Scanlon is ready to propose to Lynn, but Bridgette's dreams could foreshadow problems on the horizon, onMEDIUM, Friday, Dec. 4 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Guest stars include Matt Letscher ("Entourage," " Eli Stone") as bio-pathologist Dr. Erik Westphal, who has been working with the virus; William Allen Young ("District 9") as FEMA official Wesley Judson; and CBS2 Los Angeles Anchor Kent Shocknek as a newscaster. Source & Preview
Odd things occur for Allison, starting with her new sensitivity to light and the fact that the sunglasses she wears shows mysterious numbers that can tie into people's life expectancies. Like that wasn't enough, Allison has a dream about Joe's dad, causing Joe to begin taking better care of his health. Watch & Discuss: Watch Medium: Season 6, Episode 9 - 'The Future's So Bright' Read Medium's Review: Season 6, Episode 9 - 'The Future's So Bright'
* Monk (9/8c USA Network ) With only three episodes left in the series, Mr. Monk becomes Detective Monk (again) when he's finally reinstated on the police force. The news is certainly welcome, but his celebrations don't last long. He starts off on the job by tracking a serial killer, but the case proves more difficult than he thought it would be. Tony Shalhoub's wife, Brooke Adams, guest-stars in tonight's episode. * Medium (9/8c CBS) The future's so bright, Allison's got to wear shades. But she's also blinded by the light, as a strange sensitivity to brightness affects her eyes and forces her to don sunglasses. She can see clearly now - perhaps too clearly: The shades bring into view mysterious numbers that might give her the ability to know people's life expectancies. Allison's paranormal visions also focus on Joe's father (Bruce Gray), a development that inspires Joe to take on a healthier lifestyle. * Larry the Cable Guy's Hula-Palooza Christmas Luau (9/8c CMT) Nothing says Christmas like a luau, which is why Larry the Cable Guy is back to Git-R-Done with this holiday special, set on the fictional island of Hula-Poola. Billy Currington and the Zac Brown Band provide musical entertainment. Comedians Reno Collier, Jon Reep, Peter Oldring and Sara Erikson perform in sketches. Also appearing are Kenan Thompson, Caroline Rhea, George Lindsey, Two Foot Fred, Tony Orlando and Angela Little MacKenzie. * Happily Ever Faster (10/9c TLC ) Each year, more than 5000 couples tie the knot at the Chapel of the Flowers in downtown Las Vegas. The weddings range from utterly romantic to downright zany, and this new unscripted series captures events that fall on both sides of the spectrum, starting with one that definitely falls into the latter category. In the premiere, chapel planner Melody has her hands full when she works with a pair of Trekkies who want her to track down William Shatner (aka Capt. Kirk) and convince him to serve as best man at their themed nuptials. * 20/20 (10/9c ABC) Sarah Palin took Going Rogue, the title of her new memoir, from a negative remark a McCain aide made about her last year. Turnabout is fair play, and when she sits down with Barbara Walters tonight, America's most famous "hockey mom" might very well fire a puck or two at the campaign staffers who disparaged her. Of course, Walters is also likely to ask the former Alaska governor about death panels, Levi Johnston (her grandson's dad) and her grasp of foreign affairs, so expect the proceedings to be lively. Source Here