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New TV finally returns in full after strike

How will viewers ever choose with so much new programming for the first time since the writer’s strike.
CSI Miami is just one of an army of new TV shows


For the first time in a long time, the TV schedule is mostly new episodes of your favorite shows. Look for this trend to continue through April as TV shows come back online after the writers’ strike. But don’t get too used to it, as most shows only have 4 to 6 episodes left on the schedule before retiring for the summer.
Let’s talk about tonight.

ABC could take it with and hour and a half of “Dancing with the Stars” followed by “The Bachelor: London Calling.”

CBS is putting up a fight with an all new night of “Big Bang Theory,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Two and a Half Men,” “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” and “CSI Miami” where Horatio gets arrested for murder!

NBC has their game shows “My Dad is Better Than Your Dad” followed “Deal or No Deal” and they wrap up with part two of last week’s “Medium.”

FOX opens with “House” reruns and closes with an all new “New Amsterdam” while The CW trails with a repeat of “Gossip Girl” followed by a highlights episode of “Pussycat Dolls.”

The Hills” is new tonight on MTV and VH1 has Snoop Dogg on “Storytellers” at 10:00.


— “Women’s Murder Club” returns to ABC on April 28 but it looks like “Men in Trees” is off the schedule for good.

The Fine Living Network will premiere “All-Girl Getaway” on April 24 with an emphasis on trips women can take together to get away from the husband, house and work!

— Simon Baker joins the cast of the new series “The Mentalist” and “Deadwood’s” Ian McShane takes the lead in the new series “King.”

— Is “Knight Rider” going to make NBC’s fall schedule?  Insiders say it is.  NBC will announce their fall schedule officially on Wednesday.

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