* Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (10/9c NBC) Stabler, Benson & Co. return to the 10 o'clock timeslot - and have brought Kathy Griffin and Mischa Barton along with them. Griffin plays the leader of a lesbian-rights organization who helps the detectives investigate the murder of a fellow member, while Barton plays a victim who gets emotionally involved with Benson. * Nip/Tuck (10/9c FX ) Christian and Sean finally walk off into the sunset as the drama series concludes. Will they do it together? That would be a spoiler, but it doesn't give anything away to say that they arrive at an understanding. They also square things away with Liz (after Sean squared things away with Julia last week). And Matt? He has plenty of squaring away yet to do. (Famke Janssen's in the guest cast again.) Meanwhile, there's still work to do at McNamara/Troy: a scar to remove from an adult actor - a very adult actor. * Oprah Winfrey Oscar Special (10/9c ABC) Oprah doesn't have the Oscar-tradition thing going for her the way Barbara Walters does - yet - but this is Year 2 for this gabfest, and if Oprah wants to make a tradition, well... she usually gets what she wants. Besides, Walters' Oscar-night abdication leaves an opening. The format (same as last year): Movie folk interview each other and Oprah oversees. Pairings include Halle Berry-PenÃÆÃÂ©lope Cruz; Ben Affleck-Jeremy Renner; Glenn Close-Michael Douglas; and Avatar director James Cameron and cast members Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver. * American Idol (8/7c Fox) After pulling an abrupt, last-minute change yesterday (the men were originally slated to perform tonight but were shifted to last night's episode), Idol moves forward with ladies' night. So it's the flex of the fairer sex when the Top 10 remaining females perform tonight. The focus turns to a contingent so promising that both Simon and Randy have predicted that a woman will win it all in Season 9. * Faces of America With Henry Louis Gates Jr (8/7c PBS) As anyone who has investigated their family's genealogy can attest, the interwoven strands of family histories are both wondrous and amusing, the former due to the ancestors we discover and the latter because of the famous, albeit very distant, relations we uncover. Such is the case in the series finale, as Mike Nichols and Meryl Streep learn that they have famous, if distant cousins - each other! The poet Elizabeth Alexander, meanwhile, learns that she's descended from royalty. * Ghost Hunters 100th Episode (9/8c Syfy ) Jason and Grant kick off their sixth season with a two-hour stay at America's favorite prison island-turned-tourist attraction, Alcatraz, the former "home" of mob legend Al Capone. Dustin Pari and Barry Fitzgerald from Ghost Hunters International cross over to join the search for phantom inmates. Destination Truth guy Josh Gates hosts. Source Here
Watch a sneak peek of NIP/TUCK Series Finale "Hiro Yoshimura" (Season 7 Episode 9) which aired on Wednesday March 3rd at 10pm on FX. Episode Synopsis: NIP/TUCK Series Finale "Hiro Yoshimura" (Season 7 Episode 9) - Sean and Christian reflect on their loving, turbulent and decades-long relationship. To Read More Click Here .
After seven seasons of scandalous surgeries and outrageous storylines, Nip/Tuck airs its final episode, "Hiro Yoshimura," this week which also serves as its milestone 100th installment. SPOILER WARNING: If you want to go into the series ender completely blind, don't read any further. Like most Nip/Tuck episodes, fans can expect the series finale to expose some shocking truths as Sean (Dylan Walsh) and Christian (Julian McMahon) reflect on their chaotic relationship one last time. And posing the one infamous question, "Tell me what you don't like about yourself," should be enough to get the ball rolling. To Read More Click Here .
Nip/Tuck will make its final incision Wednesday, and stars Dylan Walsh and Joely Richardson have already found potential future employment. Walsh has been cast in lead of Michael Dinner's untitled CBS pilot, originally known as ATF, and Richardson has been tapped for ABC's The Whole Truth. Walsh plays a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent who struggles to balance his career and his family. While he's hunting killers, he also must also play father to a teenage daughter who recently re-entered his life. The Whole Truth is a Jerry Bruckheimer-produced legal drama that tells the story from both the defense and the prosecution's side equally. Richardson plays a New York prosecutor on whom the show is centered. Nip/Tuck's finale airs Wednesday at 10/9c on FX. Source Here
Sex, drugs and knife-wielding masked murderers - seriously, what more could you want in a television show? After seven seasons of groundbreaking TV, salacious sudser Nip/Tuck closes McNamara/Troy's doors for good Wednesday, March 3, at 10 p.m.. And while our devotion to the one-time hit has waned a bit over the years, we're here to tell you that the series finale does not disappoint. But fair warning, if you're looking forward to a signature Nip/Tuck jaw-dropping, cringeworthy conclusion, you may want to lower your expectations just a teensy bit... We obviously can't spill too many juicy details, but we can tell you that the final hour of Nip/Tuck was unlike anything we'd anticipated. Just to give you some insight into where our minds were prefinale, think blood, death and misery (Dexter's most recent finale) as well as storylines left wide open for interpretation, leaving no clear future for the characters we've grown to care about over the past seven years (Ã la The Sopranos finale). But fortunately, not all of that stuff happens in the finale, which is entitled "Hiro Yoshimura." To Read More Click Here .
Our Wednesday night TV is not quite back to its regular schedule as the Olympics continue, but there's still plenty to watch! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c XXI Olympic Winter Games on NBC American Idol on Fox 10/9c Psych on USA Network Nip/Tuck on FX Real World: D.C. on MTV Shear Genius 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?
Watch a sneak peek of NIP/TUCK "Edith and Walter Krieger" (Season 7 Episode 8 ) which aired on Wednesday February 23 at 10pm on FX. Episode Synopsis: Julia visits Sean and Christian in Los Angeles to share life-changing news -- and rejects romantic advances from both men. A great love from Matt's past who has caused immeasurable family chaos turns up as Matt prepares to marry Ramona. Liz reveals that she's happily pregnant. Source & Photos
The only thing wilder than Nip/Tuck's storylines are the FX drama's kinky - and graphic - sex scenes. But Kelly Carlson, who played the ex-porn star wife of Christian (Julian McMahon), says even the most outrageous scenes were "just a regular day at work." Get the scoop on which scenes were the craziest for the actress, and why she wasn't impressed with the way Kimber was killed off. She also told us how she kept herself separate from her wild character. To Read More Click Here .
The Los Angeles doors of McNamara/Troy will be closing forever this March, as one of television's most risquÃ© dramas ends its 100 episode run. Creator Ryan Murphy's bizarre tale of two plastic surgeons, who share not only a business, but a tumultuous brother-like relationship, has been able to shock the viewing audience over the past seven years, week in and week out. The dynamic duo of Sean McNamara played by Dylan Walsh, and Christian Troy, played by Julian McMahon, will look for personal and professional closure as one of the most graphic and dramatic shows in television history comes to an end. From transsexuals to necrophilia, Murphy's Nip/Tuck has touched on just about every category of controversial as he possibly could during the show's 100 episode run. To Read More Click Here .
The Olympics continue tonight with coverage of snowboarding, speedskating, and alpine skiing. Many shows continue to be on break for the Olympics, but there's still plenty of Fox and cable programming going strong! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c XXI Olympic Winter Games on NBC Human Target on Fox 9/8c American Idol on Fox Leverage on TNT Man vs. Wild on Discovery Channel Ghost Hunters International on Sci-Fi 10/9c Psych on USA Network Nip/Tuck on FX Real World: D.C. on MTV Shear Genius on Bravo What will you be watching?