NBC is all laughs and an hour of ER drama while the other networks repeat.
Tonight on TV
Only Fox and NBC are all new tonight.
NBC has “My Name is Earl,” Tina Fey’s “30 Rock,” “The Office,” and “Scrubs” followed by a new “ER.” Fox has two game shows, “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader” and “Don’t Forget the Lyrics” — so that hardly counts.
ABC has two hours of “Lost” but it’s a rerun leading up to the season finale of “Eli Stone.” Think we’ll see George Michael?
CBS has a new “Survivor: Micronesia,” then goes to reruns with “CSI” and “Without a Trace.”
The CW starts with a dark new episode of “Smallville,” then follows with the last “Supernatural” rerun before the show returns next week.
And if you’ve never seen VH1’s “I Know My Kid’s a Star,” give it a shot at 10:00 tonight. It’s one of the most amusing train wreck reality shows on TV.
News and notable
— “High School Musical’s” Ashley Tisdale will star in the Disney Channel remake of “Teen Witch.”
— “Crossing Jordan’s” Jerry O’Connell has signed on to Fox’s ensemble comedy, “The Inn,” which should make two bad series moves in a row for Jerry.
— Sony is talking daytime talk show with Marissa Jaret-Winokur of “Dancing with the Stars” and “Hairspray” fame. How fun would that be?
— Bravo has come under fire because of a recent bout of bleeped cursing on “Top Chef” forcing head judge Colicchio to publicly apologize on his blog.
— ABC has canceled it’s circus-themed celebrity reality show because NBC is making their own circus-themed reality show and geez, you can’t have two networks with similar shows. . . (Lyrics, Singing Bee. . . cough. . . )
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