Michelle Obama was the keynote for last night’s Democratic Convention while the rest of the networks mix coverage and their shows. A highlight has to be NBC’s new America’s Toughest Jobs, one that has us asking, isn’t being president one of those?
It’s the start of another week. I finished my weekend with a few more Olympic events and then I watched prehistoric alligators attack on Primeval! Great stuff. I got a sneak peek at the season premiere of Ghost Hunters from SCI FI Channel and if you can believe your own ears then that place is haunted.
No ghosts tonight, just a lot of Democratic partying.
Tonight on TV
You’ll find plenty of Democratic Convention coverage tonight which means this listing will be ‘give or take’ depending on where you live.
NBC is the only channel that’s all new tonight with Deal or No Deal, then premieres America’s Toughest Jobs, and follows that with 2008 Democratic National Convention.
ABC has High School Musical: Get In the Picture, Samantha Who?, and then ABC News Vote ’08: The Democratic National Convention.
CBS goes with The Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men, The New Adventures of Old Christine, and CBS News: Democratic National Convention.
The CW goes with plenty of fluff from Gossip Girl, to One Tree Hill.
Fox has a double dose of Prison Break.
Over on cable
Ida becomes evil on a new The Middlemanon ABCFamily.
Bravo has Date My Ex, Discovery travels Into the Unknown, and HGTV has new Curb Appeal.
Don’t forget, The Hills have returned to MTV and that’s followed by a new Exiled.
TLC has new episodes of Take Home Nanny and Jon & Kate Plus 8, and Saving Grace and The Closer are new on TNT. Don’t miss The Closer, directed by Kevin Bacon, this
News and notable
First it was designers, then hair stylists, then dog groomers and now Lifetime is rolling out Blush: The Search for America’s Greatest Makeup Artist. What next?
Rumor is that Oprah is rounding up all the gold, medalists, that is. She wants them all to appear on a special September 11th episode of her show.
If you love the shows on FX, you’ll find them all streaming on their website starting on September 22.
Word is Betty White will guest star on an episode of Boston Legal. That should be great fun.