'Dancing with the Stars' and 'Bones' lead the night on TV

Apr 14, 2008 at 2:45 p.m. ET

Bones is back and VH1 goes in search of a rap star.

The competition gets fierce

Tonight on TV


"Bones" is back and its been a long time coming. We missed you guys. Catch the gang on Fox at 8:00.  That will be followed by the season finale (really? already?) of "New Amsterdam."

ABC has the fifth week of competition on "Dancing with the Stars," followed by "Samantha Who?" and "The Bachelor: London Calling."

CBS has four new episodes of their top notch comedies, "The Big Bang Theory," "How I Met Your Mother," "Two and a Half Men," and "Rules of Engagement." The night is capped off with "CSI: Miami."

NBC has a super-sized "Deal or No Deal," which is followed by "Medium"

Over on The CW, it's a repeat of "Gossip Girl" and an all new "One Tree Hill."

Over on cable:

Animal lovers will enjoy Animal Planet's new series "Petfinder," ABC Family has new episodes of "Greek" and "America's Prom Queen," and VH1 debuts "Miss Rap Supreme" at 10:00.

News and notable{/headine}
--- New from the producers of "Survivor," "Jingles" where contestants must write advertising jingles in order to stay alive. (I hope Barry Manilow is one of the judges. . . "get a bucket of chicken. . finger-lickin' good. . . )

--- Lifetime secured the rights to make TV movies out of two Patricia Cornwall books, "At Risk," and "The Front." This is interesting in light of the network's new push toward all-reality, all the time.

---  Frances Conroy and Christine Woods join the cast of the CBS comedy "Mike Birbilia's Secret Public Journal."

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