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TV on DVD: September 8, 2009

Fringe Season 1 DVDHere are some of the options available this Tuesday.

  • Criminal Minds (Season 4)
  • Dog the Bounty Hunter: To Seize and Protect
  • Fringe (Season 1)
  • Harper’s Island (Complete Series)
  • Important Things with Demetri Martin (Season 1)
  • Mr. Belvedere (Season 3)
  • Nitro Circus (Season 1)
  • The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency (Season 1)
  • The Office (Season 5)
  • One Foot in the Grave (Complete Series)
  • Parks and Recreation (Season 1)
  • True Jackson, VP (Season 1, Vol. 1)
  • Worst Week (Complete Series)

Make sure to also check out the DVD and Blu-ray film options for this week.

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TV Extensions, Renewals and Cancellations (5/19)

Medium's Patricia Arquette

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

 

RENEWALS
  • Criminal Minds (CBS) - Season 5
  • CSI (CBS) - Season 10
  • CSI: Miami (CBS) - Season 8
  • CSI: NY (CBS) - Season 6
  • Gary Unmarried (CBS) - Season 2
  • How I Met Your Mother (CBS) - Season 5
  • Law & Order (NBC) - Season 20
  • The Mentalist (CBS) - Season 2
  • NCIS (CBS) - Season 7
  • The New Adventures of Old Christine (CBS) - Season 5

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Schedule Changes: Harper’s, Chopping Block and Sit Down, Shut Up

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Could this be the slow death of a murder mystery? After only three weeks in a high profile time slot, is getting a new home. (Was it because it was getting slaughtered in the ratings?) The series - which only had 13 episodes to begin with - is now being pushed to Saturdays @ 9:00 effective immediately. Repeats will fill the new Thursday hole for the next two weeks.

Fans of FOX’s Sunday animation lineup will also see a change this weekend. A two-week trial run of has earned the comedy an earlier time slot. The freshman program will now air at 7:00 right before a repeat of American Dad. Original episodes of King of the Hill will then take over the 8:30 slot.

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Thursday Ratings: ABC, CBS Split Sweeps Start

After what seemed like months of repeats, ABC returned last night with (mostly) new episodes. The network took the 10:00 hour away from Southland and won the night’s demos. CBS, though, was first place with the viewers.

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Thursday Ratings: Parks Weakens Without Office

Although it’s still hard to say how Southland will do against an ABC original, the series held up remarkably well in its second week. Unfortunately, the same can’t entirely be said for Harper’s or Parks. The CBS mystery lost nearly 2 million in its second week while the comedy suffered a case of the post-Earl blues.

Parks and Recreations's Amy Poehler8pm

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Celebrity Double-Take: Elaine Cassidy vs. Parker Posey

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Drama, Prime Time, CBS, Features,

Elaine CassidyParker Posey

For today’s installment, we have Elaine Cassidy () on the left and Parker Posey (The Return of Jezebel James) on the right.

Maybe the killer on the CBS drama is really Abby Mills’ doppelganger?

(Make sure to check out more of our Celebrity Double-Takes here, here and here.)


Thursday Ratings: CBS and NBC Tie Post-Premieres

Depending on how you spin the numbers, the evening either belonged to NBC, CBS or both. The premiere of Southland won the 10:00 battle against Harper’s Island in the demos, but lost in the viewers. NBC tied CBS in the demos, but the Eye network won overall with the viewers. (Maybe we’ll just have to recalculate when ABC isn’t in repeats.)

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Preview the Mystery of Harper’s Island


Like getting caught up in a murder mystery? Love knowing when it will all end?

Starting this Thursday, CBS will introduce a series unlike any other crime drama on its network. Don’t expect answers to come at the end of the first hour. The big reveal will actually happen over two months later.

A week-long celebration on , a fictional island near Seattle, will consist of blood and screams rather than rice and laughter. One person will murdered each week during the show’s 13-episode run.

Not sure if you want to invest more time in another whodunit? Preview the teaser above and the others after the jump. If you want to see more, tune in this Thursday @ 10pm.

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This Week on TV (4/6-4/12)

Parks and Recreation

(You can view TV Envy’s Midseason Programming Schedule here.)

 

MONDAY 4/6)
  • Little People, Big World (TLC, 8pm):  “Molly gets her learner’s permit, but her driving lessons get off to a shaky start.” Hours of Mario Kart Wii clearly hasn’t helped.
  • Chuck (NBC, 8pm):  “Chuck’s lfe takes fortunate turns: Not only does his long-estranged father return, but Chuck scores a coveted job with Ted Roark (), a heroic figure in his life.” The guy who got Christie Brinkley to jump naked into a pool is a hero to many.
  • Surviving Suburbia (ABC, 9:30pm):  “Cynical dad (Bob Saget) accidentally starts a fire in his neighbor’s home after he reluctantly agrees to house-sit.” That’s one way to make sure he won’t be asked again.
  • Mystery Diagnosis (Discovery Health, 10pm):  “A newlywed suffers from crippling nausea.” Cold feet is what happens before the wedding.

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Ugly Betty Casting News

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Comedy, Prime Time, ABC, Gossip, Rumors,

Val Emmich

Warning: Possible Spoiler Ahead!

It looks like won’t be the only new person entering Betty Suarez’s life next fall. Although she spent a good portion of last season trying to sort her feelings for both Gio and Henry, Betty may soon have another man to deal with.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, hottie Val Emmich has just been cast a recurring character on . Fans of 30 Rock may remember him as the young coffee boy who thought Liz Lemon was only 29. In this case, Emmich will aim for someone closer to his own age and play a possible new love interest for Suarez.

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