Tonight's TV Hot List: Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2010 - Featured

* Past Life (9:01/8:01c Fox) X-Philes and supernatural fans should enjoy this series, where some psychotic folks apparently aren't insane, just haunted by unresolved events from previous lives. It may sound silly, but thanks to a taut script and the talents of Kelli Giddish and Nicholas Bishop (think Mulder and Scully in reverse), this edgy pilot - about a troubled teen's recollection of an abduction-murder - plays somewhat like a non-conspiracy theory "X-Files" episode. Which is a good thing. * Lost (9/8c ABC) The smoke cleared, sort of, and..."It worked!" Juliet's dead-on there. Sawyer, Kate, Jack, Hurley and the gang are back on the same page, time-wise, as the folks (and the Locke-like smoke monster) on the beach. And Sayid even rose from the dead to celebrate. But aren't they all also alive three years earlier at LAX? Nobody promised that this would be as easy to follow as The Jersey Shore. And tonight? All we know is that Kate is on the run, and Jack must do something that could jeopardize a friend's life. * The Biggest Loser : Couples (8/7c NBC) In the last episode before the Winter Games take over the airwaves on NBC, the Biggest Loser gang get in the spirit with an Olympic-themed episode. The players head to a training facility in Colorado Springs, where several U.S. athletes train for the Games. While there, the players meet Olympians Julia Mancuso, Jeret Peterson, J.R. Celski, Rockne Brubaker, Allison Jones and Kelly Underkofler, who offer advice and support while also presenting a few challenges. * NCIS: Los Angeles (9/8c CBS) With Dom still missing and his fate uncertain, the team can't bear another loss, which makes the threat posed by tonight's episode all the more critical. Kensi is in a bank opening a safety-deposit box when she is shot by three armed robbers who hold everyone hostage. * Venom in Vegas (8/7c Animal Planet ) Donald Schultz is an animal expert who hunts down dangerous creatures around the world to extract bio samples in the name of science. Now those creatures are coming to find him. In this special aimed at raising awareness about antivenin shortages around the world, the host of Animal Planet's Wild Recon does his best David Blaine impression and spends 10 days on the Las Vegas strip in a glass pen with a variety of poisonous snakes - which are likely wondering what the heck this guy is doing. Source Here

NCIS: Los Angeles Promo & Photos: "The Bank Job"

Dom is gone and no one is safe. That much has been made crystal clear by the events on recent episodes and comments from NCIS: Los Angeles creator Shane Brennan. But was that just a prelude? Are the NCIS: Los Angeles cast shakeups only beginning? Next Tuesday on "The Bank Job," another special agent and familiar member of the team gets shot during a hostage situation at a local financial institution. It looks grim. As the promo below says, it's a case that could cost the special ops team everything: To Read More Click Here

NCIS: Los Angeles Cast Reflects on Shocking Agent Abduction

Last week's episode of NCIS: Los Angeles took what has been an enjoyable but often unremarkable NCIS spinoff and really put it on the map with an identity all its own. Unfortunately for agent Dom Vaile (Adam Jamal Craig), that came at a heavy price. The hour ended without solving his abduction, leaving fans - and the cast - shocked. "I didn't know it was going to happen; I was surprised," said Daniela Ruah, who plays Kensi. "But just like on the original NCIS, you never know who's going to stay." "You never know what to expect. For the audience, it's crazy and keeps people hooked on. For [the NCIS: Los Angeles cast], it can be a little scary here and there." Executive producer Shane Brennan says Dom is gone and Craig will no longer be a regular part of the cast. But still, he says not to give up hope for Dom's survival. To Read More Click Here .

TV Tonight: What's On Tuesday 2/2 - Featured

Lost is finally here!! ABC will be taken over by 3 glorious hours of Lost, so check out when you should be tuning in for Lost Extravaganza, plus what else is on if (gasp!) you're not a Lostie. 8/7c Lost : Final Chapter on ABC - Recap special American Idol on Fox NCIS on CBS 9/8c Lost on ABC - 2-hour season premiere! Kitchen Nightmares on Fox The Biggest Loser on NBC NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS 10/9c The Good Wife on CBS White Collar on USA Network The Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo 11/10c The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?

NCIS: LOS ANGELES "LD50" Episode 14 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of NCIS: LOS ANGELES "LD50" Episode 14 airing Tuesday February 2 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: A crime scene poses a national security risk when the LA team discovers the location was used to create a deadly toxin which is now missing, onNCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, Feb. 2 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview

What's Next for NCIS: Los Angeles Following Dom's Departure?

NCIS: Los Angeles' last episode shocked fans when the hour ended without solving the abduction of rookie agent Dom Vaile (Adam Jamal Craig). Viewers weren't the only ones caught off-guard. "I didn't know it was going to happen; I was surprised," Daniela Ruah tells us. "But just like on the original NCIS, you never know who's going to stay and who's going to go. For the audience, it's crazy and keeps people hooked on. For [the cast], it can be a little scary here and there." So what are we to make of the jaw-dropping twist? Executive producer Shane Brennan has confirmed that Craig will no longer be a regular part of the cast. But there's no reason (yet) to give up hope for Dom's survival. "We didn't lose him yet; he's missing," LL Cool J stresses. "I really don't know [what's going to happen]. He's missing and we'll keep looking for him. I think it will continuously be addressed on the show." Indeed, the team's search for Dom and the story line's ultimate resolution will play out through the remainder of the season. In the meantime, the team will have to find a way to focus on more pressing matters, including a potential outbreak of botulinum toxin in Tuesday's episode (9/8c, CBS). "We learn that it's actually the deadliest substance known to man," Ruah says. "It's pretty shocking, considering in Hollywood, everyone injects Botox into their face. It paralyzes the nerves and muscles, so if you breathe it in, it paralyzes your respiratory system and you die. It's a very risky substance to be working with, and I think it gives the story a real oomph." Even with the work, each team member is all going to suffer with Dom's loss in his or her own way. "Even though Kensi is a tomboy and she's tough, she's still a woman. Inevitably, there's this sisterly or maternal something in her that worries for Dom," Ruah says. "I think it's instinct. She's just very protective over him. I think Kensi becomes a little more emotional [than usual]. And if viewers can't shake the sadness over Dom's unresolved fate, Ruah thinks she knows what will cheer some of them up. "We're searching for this guy at the Beverly Center, and the time is ticking. And for the ladies out there who might find it amusing. LL and Chris [O'Donnell] end up in the fountain. Together. "That could be appealing to the ladies, I don't know," Ruah jokes. Are you sad to see Dom's story come to a (possibly permanent) end? Source Here

NCIS: Los Angeles Producer: Dom is Gone; No One is Safe!

NCIS: Los Angeles began and ended last night's episode, "Missing," with the disappearance of rookie agent Dom Vaile. The story was left wide open to interpretation. Until now. Cast member Adam Jamal Craig (Dom) is leaving the hit procedural, according to Entertainment Weekly, which spoke with snow creator Shane Brennan. The only question is when. Pretty much the only thing clear after last night was that this is the shocking, emotional story teased by producers earlier this month. To Read More Click Here .

Tuesday TV Ratings: 'Idol' Carries Tuesday, but it's Close - Featured

Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010 " American Idol " led Fox to its usual spot at the top of Tuesday's ratings, but its numbers dropped again, allowing CBS to finish a pretty close second in viewers. FOX drew 16.9 million viewers and a 9.6 rating/15 share in households for the night. CBS actually led in households with a 9.9/15 but finished second in viewers (15.9 million). NBC (8.6 million, 5.2/8) came in third. ABC (3.3 million, 2.2/3) was a distant fourth, and The CW's reruns managed only 920,000 viewers and a 0.7/1. In the adults 18-49 demographic, FOX's 6.1 rating led the way. CBS took second at 3.2, just ahead of NBC's 3.2. ABC averaged 1.3 and The CW 0.4. To Read More Click Here .

'NCIS: LA' star goes AWOL

WARNING: Stop reading if you have yet to watch last night's NCIS: LA. Everyone else, onward and downward NCIS: Los Angeles has been on the air for just five months and already it's undergoing its first major shake-up: Original castmember Adam Jamal Craig is leaving the hit procedural. But when? Last night's powerful episode - which revolved around the abduction of Craig's special agent, Dom Vaile - left the character's fate very much up in the air. Is Dom dead? Will his kidnapping remain an unsolved mystery? Why was Craig written out? In this exclusive interview, executive producer Shane Brennan clears the air on all of the above and more... To Read More Click Here .

NCIS: LOS ANGELES "Missing" Episode 13 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of NCIS: LOS ANGELES "Missing" Episode 13 airing Tuesday January 26 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The team rushes to a crime scene after receiving an "agent needs assistance" page and learns that one of their own is in peril, onNCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, Jan. 26 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview