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MONDAY (9/13)

Season premieres: 90210, Gossip Girl, The Nate Berkus Show, Oprah

  • 90210 (CW, 8 p.m.):  Season premiere. “A deadly earthquake strikes Beverly Hills.” This explains what happened to the Peach Pit.
  • Little People, Big World (TLC, 8:30 p.m.):  “Matt and Zach embark on a father-son road trip in an attempt to mend their broken relationship.” A reconciliation is as likely as the show being renewed.
  • Hoarders (A&E, 9 p.m.):  “A woman’s home is caving in from the weight of garbage piled up to the ceiling.” The good news? The cave-in created additional storage space underneath the house.

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MONDAY (3/22)
  • Gossip Girl (CW, 9pm):  “Chuck must make a tough choice concerning his hotel.” Unless he passes “Go” again soon, he’s gonna have to mortgage the property.
  • Kell on Earth (Bravo, 10pm):  “People’s Revolution feels the sting of a weak economy, so Kelly renfrots out her office space to net more income.” If things don’t get better, she might even allow a few stars to pretend they work there.
  • Greek (ABC Family, 10pm):  “Calvin and Grant quarrel over their spring-break plans.” Calvin doesn’t think it’s a safe time to go to Mexico; Grant thinks the media is overhyping the violence.

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Hey NBC - primetime might actually survive in the post-Jay Leno world after all. Last night’s arrival of Jim and Pam’s baby on The Office delivered something the network hadn’t seen before, a victory over Grey’s Anatomy in the demos. That one-hour special lead into another nice win for the network. The Marriage Ref‘s time slot debut also defeated the competition in the 18-49s.

Jim, Pam and baby on The Office8pm

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American Idol‘s first results show of the season wasn’t strong enough to compete with the action in Vancouver. Coverage of the women’s figure skating finals helped NBC defeat FOX in the viewers and demos once again.

Yu-Na Kim in the Winter Olympics8pm

  • The (22.5 million, 5.8/16 in 18-49) fell 2.8 million from last Thursday.
  • Approximately 17.8 million watched the first four eliminations on (6.4/17).
  • (11.5 million, 3.7/10) only lost 400,000.
  • (1.1/3) ended its run with 3.9 million.
  • * (1.7 milion, 0.7/2) remained steady.

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Wondering why Past Life was just canceled after only three episodes? Look at last night’s numbers. The program - which started with an 8.3 million debut - lost 5 million in just two weeks.

Past Life8pm

  • Approximately 25.3 million (7.1/19 in 18-49) watched Wednesday’s coverage of the .
  • (11.9 million, 3.9/11) saw 2.2 million leave the island.
  • * (5.7 million, 1.6/4) gave up 2.4 million.
  • (4.3 million, 1.1/3) slipped by 1.4 million.
  • * (0.7/2) sucked in 1.7 million.

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Did you see the moment when Sugar ran topless down the beach on Survivor? If you didn’t, you were one of the few. The two-hour premiere of the Heroes vs. Villains edition attracted 14.1 million fans and helped put a ding into Grey’s Anatomy‘s numbers.

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains debut8pm

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FOX’s ride to the top ended quickly. When originals returned to ABC and CBS, so did the numbers. Last night, the Alphabet network - with no help from The Deep End - narrowly took first in the demos. Meanwhile, CBS was easily the winner with the viewers.

Vampire Diaries8pm

  • (12.3 million, 3.3/10 in 18-49) did about the same.
  • CBS’ Survivor Survivor special (2.4/7) had 8.3 million looking back.
  • (2.2/7) entertained 5.2 million.
  • (5.1 million, 1.3/4) plunged by 900,000.
  • (4.9 million, 2.3/6) hit a season high rating.
  • (4 million, 1.8/5) sucked in 200,000 more.

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How I Met Your Mother

Here’s an update on the shows you will and won’t be seeing in the months to come:

 

RENEWALS
  • The Amazing Race (CBS) - Season 17
  • Bad Girls Club (Oxygen) - Season 5
  • Cougar Town (ABC) - Season 2
  • How I Met Your Mother (CBS) - Season 6
  • Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane (Style) - Season 3

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Rob MarianoSurvivor’s newest installment (premiering in February) will feature many familiar faces from seasons past.

The Heroes vs. Villains cast will contain , who made headlines after he proposed to girlfriend Amber Brkich on the season finale of Survivor: All-Stars. The couple went on to compete in The Amazing Race before they were featured in a ten-episode stint in their own series on Fox Reality.

“Hopefully, I can sway some people my way,” “Boston” Rob said of the upcoming show. Mariano is the proud new father of new daughter Lucia Rose, who’s currently just four weeks old. He’ll be one of the villains of the newest cast, joined by other players like Courtney Yates, Randy Bailey, Tyson Apostol and Benjamin Wade.

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24

Now that we’ve made halfway through the television season, it’s time to readjust our DVRs once again.

Midseason staples returning to the airwaves include , 24 and Lost. Meanwhile, a number of new programs - including Human Target, and The Marriage Ref - will vie for our attention.

Hopefully our detailed guide can assist you in the weeks to come.  We have compiled information from the five major networks and included the days, times and premiere dates for this season’s programs.

(NOTE: This schedule has been updated as of May 2. Don’t be surprised to see changes in the weeks to come.)

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