* The Good Wife (10/9c CBS) Alicia defends an attorney accused of murder, but that isn't her biggest problem. Someone is slandering her with Internet postings that claim she is sleeping with Will to advance her career at his law firm. And it doesn't help when Peter discovers condoms in her bedside drawer. But who would write such things? Cary, maybe? Wouldn't put it past him since the days are dwindling down for Will and Diane to decide whether to keep him or Alicia. So - good for her - Alicia confronts Cary. * American Idol (8/7c Fox) Last week's episodes brought us musical scares and musical chairs. When contestant Crystal Bowersox fell ill and landed in the hospital, the health scare forced Idol to pull that last-minute scheduling switcheroo, moving the male singers out of their comfort zone (Wednesday night) and kicking them up to Tuesday. Now settling back into its regular air-time groove, the show puts the spotlight on the Top 8 ladies tonight - including a discharged (and supercharged) Bowersox, who appeared to be feeling quite well when she returned to wow the crowd last week with her soulful take on Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Long as I Can See the Light." * White Collar (10/9c USA Network) The freshman drama wraps up its season with plenty of intrigue in store for tonight's finale. Neal concocts a plot, involving tenuous arrangements with Alex and Fowler, to recover the music box from the Italian consulate, which he hopes will earn him his happily-ever-after with Kate. Peter, meanwhile, turns to Diana for help taking down Fowler for good. * Melrose Place (9/8c The CW ) This revamp finally found its footing before heading into its winter hiatus. In December's oh-so explosive mid-season finale, it was finally revealed that Vanessa murdered Sydney for having an affair with Michael. And Violet finally got her revenge by drowning Vanessa in that infamous courtyard pool. Now, with Violet's mission accomplished, she's ready to skip town and she wants Auggie to join her. Meanwhile, Amanda's billionaire boyfriend (Billy Campbell) shows up, and before long she finds him in a compromising position with someone else. * The Biggest Loser : Couples (8/7c NBC) The contestants get a dose of reality when they face the real-world task of fitting workouts into busy schedules. Each player works eight-hour shifts at the food bank but still must make time to hit the gym and eat right, a challenge that proves difficult for some. But the night isn't all about work and no play - the episode kicks off with a challenge that finds the teams pulling trucks and assembling giant puzzles in hopes of winning a big prize. Source Here
The Sex and the City actor attended the annual benefit for the Big Apple's MCC Theater on Monday night (01Mar10) and put a walk-on role in his hit show under the hammer. Read More
Shows continue to make their post-Olympics returns tonight plus Parenthood premieres on NBC! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c American Idol on Fox NCIS on CBS The Biggest Loser on NBC 9/8c Lost on ABC NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS 10/9c Parenthood on NBC - Series Premiere! The Good Wife on CBS 20/20 on ABC Southland on TNT White Collar on USA Network 16 and Pregnant on MTV 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 and check out some photos of THE GOOD WIFE "Bang" Episode 15 which airs Tuesday March 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: While Peter gets acclimated to life at home and works on a comeback strategy with his political team, including Eli Gold (Alan Cumming "Cabaret," "The L Word"), Alicia and Diane wrestle with spousal privilege laws in a murder case that hinges on their ability to get a wife to testify against her husband, on THE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday, March 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Gary Cole ("Entourage," "The West Wing") guest stars as Kurt McVeigh, a rugged ballistics expert who Diane finds herself attracted to. Source & Preview
The Good Wife's Chris Noth and Jersey Shore cast members Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Vinny Guadagnino were attending a party in New York when a glass roof shattered, injuring 10 people. Fire officials told The Associated Press that ice broke through the glass atrium at the Sony Building, and ice and glass fell into the lobby Saturday night. No one was seriously hurt, though the injured were taken to area hospitals, the AP reported. The guests were celebrating the Jewish holiday of Purim, according to the New York Post. After the collapse, Snooki tweeted: "Omg roof just collapsed at the purim event! We thought the dj was beatin the beat hardcore but nope, the roof couldn't handle snooki and vin." Source Here
Following a multiple-week hiatus, The Good Wife returns with a new episode on March 2. On "Bang," the following developments will take place: * Peter gets adjusts to life at home, while figuring out his professional come-back strategy; * Alicia, Cary and Diane struggle with spousal privilege laws in a murder case that depends on their ability to get a wife to testify against her husband. As always, we'll recap and review this episode after it airs. Below, we've posted the official CBS trailer for it, along with a few photos: Source & Video
Check out the first photo of Alan Cumming who will guest star on THE GOOD WIFE "Bang" Episode 15 which airs Tuesday, March 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Cumming will play Eli Gold, a member of Peter's political team. Synopsis: While Peter gets acclimated to life at home and works on a comeback strategy with his political team, including Eli Gold (Alan Cumming "Cabaret," "The L Word"), Alicia and Diane wrestle with spousal privilege laws in a murder case that hinges on their ability to get a wife to testify against her husband, on THE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday, March 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Gary Cole ("Entourage," "The West Wing") guest stars as Kurt McVeigh, a rugged ballistics expert who Diane finds herself attracted to. Source Here
Watch a sneak peek and check out some photos of THE GOOD WIFE "Hi" Episode 14 which airs Tuesday February 9 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: As Alicia defends a husband accused of murdering the babysitter, she and her family prepare for the outcome of Peter's appeal and his possible homecoming, onTHE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday Feb. 9 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
Warning: The following interviews with The Good Wife cast and crew members reveal a few spoilers about next week's episode and beyond. With that out of the way, we can confirm the following: Peter will turn down the offer made to him by Childs at the conclusion of "Bad." He'll take the offensive and request a retrial hearing. If successful, of course, this means he'd return home and live with Alicia and the kids. As Julianna Margulies tells TV Guide Magazine: "Alicia has made the decision to let Peter come home - but she knows that the only way that she wonât crack is if she takes it a day at a time.â To Read More Click Here .
Lost 's sixth and final season premiere was up 12 percent over last year's opener, but American Idol continued to dominate Tuesday nights. Lost's two-hour premiere averaged 12.1 million viewers and dominated the adults-18-to-49 demographic in both timeslots. It was the ABC's best two-hour performance since November 2007. ABC kicked off the night with a Lost clip show, which pulled in a decent 10 million viewers. Fox dominated at 8 o'clock, however, as American Idol's Denver auditions drew 24.4 million viewers. That placed well ahead of NCIS (19.1 million viewers) and NBC's The Biggest Loser repeat (5 million viewers). Though Lost won the demo every half hour from 9 to 11 o'clock, CBS averaged more viewers with NCIS: Los Angeles (16.4 million viewers) and The Good Wife (12.7 million viewers). Kitchen Nightmares (9.3 million viewers) was competitive, and NBC's two-hour Biggest Loser pulled in 9.5 million in its hour-later timeslot. 90210 and Melrose Place repeats both pulled in fewer than 1 million viewers for The CW . Source Here