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This Week on TV (10/19-10/25)

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MONDAY (10/19)
  • How I Met Your Mother (CBS, 8pm):  “Barney tries to persuade Robin to become a U.S. citizen.” He’s never had a sex with a freshly-minted citizen.
  • Trauma (NBC, 9pm):  “Rabbit has a surprising reaction during a turbulent flight.” Rabbit realized the whole bouncing thing was overrated.
  • Two and a Half Men (CBS, 9pm):  “When Alan and Charlie publicly humiliate Jake, he says he no longer wants to live with them.” At this point, he figures he can support himself off his royalty checks.

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Casting Corner: Desperate Housewives, The Mentalist and More

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Here’s a quick look at some of the casting announcements made recently:

Desperate Housewives: Wondering what Susan’s daughter has been up to recently? Well, you will soon find out. Julie Mayer (Andrea Bowen) will be returning to Wisteria Lane next year…for probably more than just a quick visit. The network has confirmed that Julie, who was most most recently seen dating her professor, will at least be back for the September 27 premiere. (Sources say she will become a series regular.) Meanwhile, another young lady has been granted an extended stay. Maiara Walsh, who played Carlos’ niece Ana Solis, will be around to give Gaby grief for the entire season.

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2009 Screen Actors Guild Awards

Screen Actors Guild Awards

Last January, the Screen Actors Guild Awards was considered a pleasant distraction from all the writers’ strike business. Since the actors now face their own work stoppage, this year’s event once again served as a nice diversion.

With the Academy Awards less than a month away, tonight’s ceremony gave us a better idea of how that broadcast might pan out. Was Kate Winslet another double-winner this evening? Did Mickey Rourke wrestle an additional victory? Is Heath Ledger on his way to that posthumous Oscar? Get all the details after the jump!

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This Week on TV (1/26-2/1)

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MONDAY 1/26)
  • Jon & Kate Plus 8 (TLC, 9pm):  “Jon and Kate take the kids to see their new home.” The new place comes with extra bathrooms…and a new set of parents.
  • The Closer (TNT, 9pm):  Series return. “The fate of Detective Sanchez, who was shot three times and airlifted to a hospital, is revealed.” I don’t know how Sanchez is doing, but the suspense has been killing me!
  • Bromance (MTV, 9pm):  “Brody tricks the final four into attending a fake launch party for his line of designer jeans, where he asks them to walk the red carpet in pants that are entirely too tight.” Huh. I have no idea why people think this is really a dating show.
  • Trust Me (TNT, 10pm):  Series premiere. “Eric McCormack and Tom Cavanagh star as two best friends working as creative partners at a top-ranked Chicago ad agency.” Kinda like , but without the booze and cigarettes. At least not in the office.

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TV on DVD: September 16, 2008

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Animation, Comedy, Drama, Kids, ABC, BBC, Cable, CBS, NBC, DVD,

Here are some of the options available this Tuesday.

Pushing Daisies Season 1 DVD

TV on DVD: December 4, 2007

In need of a few gift ideas? Here are some of the options you can find on the shelves this Tuesday.

Battlestar Galactica Razor

  • 24 (Season 6)
  • 7th Heaven (Season 5)
  • Battlestar Galactica: ‘Razor’
  • Crank Yankers, The Best Of
  • Diagnosis Murder (Season 3)
  • Dinner for Five: ‘Best of Directors’
  • Dinner for Five: ‘On the Road’
  • The Grafters (Season 2)
  • House of Payne (Volume 1)
  • Instant Star (Season 2)
  • Law and Order: SVU (Season 4)
  • Saturday Night Live (Season 2)
  • Touched by an Angel (Season 4, Volume 2)
  • Will & Grace (Season 7)
  • The Wire (Season 4)

Eric McCormack—Done with Sitcoms?

Posted by Wendy Michaels Categories: Comedy, Prime Time, NBC,

Eric McCormackOK, so Eric McCormack has declared that he’s done with sitcoms. And how long should we expect that to last? He’s come off the wildly successful Will & Grace, but I don’t think he should be calling it quits on sitcoms all-together. If he really feels that way, perhaps it’s better to keep it to himself rather than prematurely announcing it to the world. True, McCormack has seen much success on the stage, and it’s likely he’ll go that route for awhile, but I wouldn’t discount the fact that he could return to a small screen comedy yet again. McCormack broke the news at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, saying he would likely return to the small screen, but “probably not in a sitcom, because I don’t think I can follow Will & Grace as an experience for me.” He went on to say that “the experience day-to-day was about as perfect as you can get.” Perhaps this is just an attempt to thwart any Seinfeld curses—steering clear of the sitcom genre for a brief time. We’ll see, Mr. McCormack.

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