Ugly Betty, Grey's Anatomy and Lost lead tonight's TV

Apr 24, 2008 at 3:35 p.m. ET

"Ugly Betty" is simply one of an army of new shows hitting television screens tonight.

Greys is back!

Tonight on TV


ABC has the biggest draw tonight with all new episodes of "Ugly Betty," "Grey's Anatomy," and "Lost."

That line-up is going to hard to beat, still I'll be over at The CW for a new "Smallville" and a very clever new "Supernatural" that has Sam and Dean in a reality series, hand-held cameras and all.

CBS is looking good, too with a new "Survivor," "CSI," and "Without a Trace."

Ah, but wait!  NBC has their stellar comedy line-up -- "My Name is Earl," "30 Rock," "The Office," and "Scrubs," all new with an "ER" chaser.

Then there's Fox, lagging behind with nothing but two hours of "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader."

Over on cable


If you've got a second DVR, fire it up for "Step It Up and Dance" on Bravo at 10:00 or VH1's "I Know My Kids a Star."  Better yet, find the after 11:00 reruns on both of these shows and catch them all.  They're worth the effort. 

{healine}News and notable
--- ABC is talking to Lucy Liu about coming over the the "Dirty Sexy Money" side now that her "Cashmere Mafia" series is no more.

--- Nia Vardalos from "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" will be guesting on the TBS comedy "My Boys" for a multiepisode arc.

--- Fox has ordered a new reality show to track down deadbeat dads. 

--- First there was "Weeds" about a mom selling pot to get by.  Now there's "Hung," coming soon to HBO.  "A well-endowed middle-aged high school basketball coach—a down on his luck former sports legend-- who finds a way to maximize his best asset."  Definitely HBO.

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