Smallville and Supernatural keep CW's hits premiering
It was makeover day on America's Next Top Model and I'm always amazed by how much of a difference a cut and color can make. Then I got to experience this in real life when my son came home from last night with his head shaved. His hair was to his shoulders when he left the house. Needless today when I saw him this morning I thought there was a stranger in my house!
Project Runway was a bore last night. There just aren't any surprises with this bunch. Top Design was a little better but I disagree with whom they sent home.
In the middle of the night, I caught an early look at the new Knight Rider On Demand on Cox. It's so 80's and I love it. They go straight for the James Bond-esque action sequences with no apologies about the cliches (which are come hard and fast). And KITT is way cooler than he ever was. It's escapist fun if you don't go in expecting more than that.
Two big premieres tonight, both on The CW, Smallville takes off in a new, darker direction and Dean's back from hell in Supernatural setting them off on a new road, as well.
Here's what else is on:
Tonight on TV, Thursday, September 18The CW reigns tonight with the return of two of their popular shows, Smallville and Supernatural.
ABC is still in reruns for one more week. Tonight it's Ugly Betty and Grey's Anatomy.
CBS goes with a double dose of old CSI, Criminal Minds, and ends with a new Flashpoint.
NBC delivers America's Got Talent, My Name is Earl, The Office, and ER.
Fox has new episodes of Hole in the Wall and Kitchen Nightmares.
Over on cableBravo has a new Tabatha's Salon Takeover.
FX has two new episodes of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Check out Top Pop Group on MTV and My Family's Got Guts on Nickelodeon.
VH1 has a Hollywood night with Kid Star Parents Exposed, Super Spoiled Stage Moms and Glam God.
News and notableUSA is in development on a series about a female surgeon who comes back from Iraq to head a major trauma center. Can you say Trapper John, M.D.?
Candace Bushnell, author of Sex and the City, has brokered a deal to write teen novels for the series based on Carrie Bradshaw's life in high school.
Fox is working on a fun idea, a legal dramedy based on Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. If they capture that Pushing Daisies feel, it could be a hit.
Jada Pinkett Smith will star and produce a new drama for TNT called Time Heals.
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