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Airing this Thursday, June 4 on NBC (9-11 p.m. ET) Episode Synopsis: The Listener Episode 1 "I'm An Adult Now" In the premiere episode, Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik) and his paramedic partner Oz Bey (Ennis Esmer) are on their way to work when Toby receives a telepathic hit and envisions a fiery car crash. Seconds later, they arrive at the accident that he has just envisioned. Our paramedics jump into action and rescue a young woman who is semi-conscious and bleeding. While tending to the traumatized woman, Toby has visions of her missing son, but he is unable to get her to share any information. Realizing her missing boy is in serious trouble, Toby struggles with how to use his ability to help save him. Lisa Marcos, Mylene Dinh-Robic and Anthony Lemke also star. Colm Feore also guest stars. The Listener Episode 2 "Emotional Rescue" After saving a childhood friend from a burning building, Toby (Craig Olejnik) tracks down an arsonist that he believes might be responsible for a series of fires in the city. Ennis Esmer, Lisa Marcos, Mylene Dinh-Robic and Anthony Lemke also star. Colm Feore and Diego Klattenhoff guest star. Source & More
We have a few more finales this week, and some fun summer TV premieres as well, so check out what's wrapping up and what's starting up this week! Sunday 5/31 The Hills finale at 8/7c on MTV - watch it now! Ice Road Truckers premiere at 9/8c on The History Channel - watch it now! Expedition Africa premiere at 10/9c on The History Channel Breaking Bad finale at 10/9c on AMC - watch it now! Monday 6/1 I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! premiere at 8/7c on NBC Medium finale at 10/9c on NBC Tuesday 6/2 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit finale at 10/9c on NBC According to Jim finale at 8:30/7:30c on ABC Wednesday 6/3 Law & Order finale at 10/9c on NBC Make Me a Supermodel finale at 10/9c on Bravo The Cougar finale at 10/9c on TV Land Reno 911! finale at 10:30/9:30c on Comedy Central Thursday 6/4 Burn Notice premiere at 9/8c on USA Network ] The Listener premiere at 9/8c on NBC Royal Pains premiere at 10/9c on USA Network This Weekend: Sunday 6/7 Tony Awards at 8/7c on CBS Meteor premiere at 9/8c on NBC Army Wives premiere at 10/9c on Lifetime Television What will you be watching? Related Stories: Enter SideReel's Ice Road Truckers Prize Pack Giveaway Enter SideReel's Expedition Africa Prize Pack Giveaway 'Breaking Bad's' Finale is a Crazy Rollercoaster Ride! I'm a Celebrity's Janice Dickinson Out to Get Speidi Enter SideReel's Burn Notice Prize Pack Giveaway Royal Pains Q&A with Mark Feuerstein Royal Pains Q&A with Executive Producers & Mark Feuerstein NBC Summer Sneak Peeks: The Listener & The Philanthropist This Week's TV Premieres & Finales (5/24 - 5/29)
The Listener comes to NBC Thursday, June 4th. In The Listener, Toby Logan is a 24-year-old paramedic living with a secret: he can read people's minds. This telepathic procedural takes viewers into the heart of a tortured hero who struggles to solve crimes with his unique gift. There's a great cast interview and promo on NBC.com, so check it out to get the inside scoop: NBC Preview 2009/10: The Listener The Listener Promo: A Gift, Not a Curse Another newbie for NBC this summer, The Philanthropist , premieres Wednesday, June 24th. The Philanthropist features Teddy Rist, a billionaire who loves women, money and power. After the tragic death of his only child, Teddy has an awakening and becomes the world's first vigilante philanthropist -- a renegade billionaire who uses his wealth, connections and power to help people in need. Check out the preview scene on NBC.com: NBC Preview 2009/10: The Philanthropist So what do you think? Will you be watching The Listener and/or The Philanthropist this summer?
I have enjoyed Degrassi: TNG since it came on the air in 2002. Lately it seems the cast is finally getting noticed by the American audience. Im unsure whether this has to do with the Hollywood filming of the Degrassi movie Degrassi Goes Hollywood (Paradise City in Canada), but Hollywood has finally taken notice of this stunning cast. Miriam McDonald (Emma) played in the Lifetime TV movie, She's too Young, a movie about young teens having sex. Shenae Grimes (Darcy) left the set of Degrassi behind last year and moved to the states to begin filming on the CW's 90210. The CW has also taken Nina Dobrev (Mia) and Steve Belford (Jesse) to star alongside on another in the Vampire Diaries. Rhianna has also taken notice of Degrassi and been spotted locking lips with Aubrey Drake Graham (Jimmy). With all the talent from TV shows like Sophie, The Listener, and Flashpoint coming to the US from Canada, it's nice to see they're giving that talent a chance in Hollywood. Go Degrassi cast, keep up the great work.
Hoping to to give "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" a solid premiere-week lead-in, NBC is pushing several major season finales into June. Several of the Peacock's 10 p.m. players won't end their seasons until the week of June 1, which is when O'Brien steps in to replace Jay Leno in the House That Steve Allen, Jack Paar and Johnny Carson Built. That means " Medium " will air its season finale on Monday, June 2, followed by "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" on June 2 and "Law and Order: Original Recipe" on June 3. Then on June 4, net will air the launch of newcomer " The Listener " (more on that in a moment). "We'll give Conan the best launch possible during his premiere week," said NBC Entertainment/Universal Media Studios co-chair Ben Silverman. The post-season week of series finales is just part of Peacock's summer schedule strategy, which the net announced Thursday. For starters, The U.S. return of international TV hit "I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!" will dominate NBC's June lineup, airing four nights a week for most of the month. The reality show, which originally aired on ABC in 2003, will bow on June 1 with a two-hour opener at 8 p.m. Show will continue to air for an hour each Monday through Thursday until Wednesday, June 24, when it ends with a one-hour finale. Also in June, NBC also plans to launch three original scripted dramas, all of which are budget-minded international co-productions: * "The Listener," which comes from Shaftesbury Films, CTV and Fox Int'l. Channels in addition to NBC, will air Thursdays at 10 p.m. starting June 4. * " Merlin ," from the BBC, FremantleMedia and Shine TV, will air Sundays at 8 p.m. starting June 21, when it bows with a two-hour opener. "Merlin" will also air for two hours on June 28, before settling into a regular hour the following week. * "The Philanthropist," from Universal Media Studios and its U.K.-based Carnival Films subsid (as well as Original Media and the Levinson/Fontana Co.), will air Wednesdays at 10 p.m. starting June 24. Elsewhere on NBC's summer sked, the net has scheduled two miniseries: "Meteor" will air at 9 p.m. on Sunday, June 7 and 14. And "The Storm" will run at 9 p.m. on Sunday, July 19 and 26. Beyond "I'm A Celebrity," NBC's summer alternative skeins include the return of "America's Got Talent," which will air Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. starting June 23 and 24. And newcomer "Great American Road Trip," from BBC Worldwide, runs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. beginning July 1. Also, the Peacock run of " Law & Order: Criminal Intent ," which now run first on USA Network, will return on Mondays at 9 p.m. starting June 8. Source here
This is a NBC show that aired on March 3rd but FX HD aired it on March 9th.