Too much good stuff, plenty to watch and even more to record, take a look at tonightâ€™s viewing variety.
Cold Case (CBS): On tonightâ€™s season premiere Rush and Valens look in to a case of a girl’s ancestry and a man who died that was assumed to be her father and the squad gets a new member.
Desperate Housewives (ABC): What will happen Next on tonightâ€™s season premiere? Does Zach shoot anyone? Why are the new people on Wysteria Lane so secretive? Watch tonight and maybe we will find out. Also note that this episode runs a minute past the hour. I hate when networks do this.
Greyâ€™s Anatomy (ABC): Tune into tonightâ€™s season premiere to see how Meredith deals with the revelation of the wife. Everything was looking pretty good for her so you new that something had to go wrong, it is a drama after all.
The West Wing (NBC): We know who the candidates are, now lets see them run. In the season premiere in its new timeslot Josh canâ€™t believe that some political commentators think that Leo as a vice presidential candidate is not the best idea.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC): Tonight on the season premiere Gorenâ€™s nemesis is back, Olivia d’Abo guest stars as the twisted murderer that always seems to get away.
Crossing Jordan (NBC): The season premiere starts you off this year with the team trying to get used to the interim chief medical examiner and his inflexible new rules.
The Simpsons (Fox): Just thinking about chicken pox makes me itchy and maybe even a little scratchy. Maggie gets chicken pox and Homer throws a pox party.
The War at Home (Fox): If you watched The Simpsons you might as well watch this until the next hour of primetime starts.
Blue Collar TV (WB): Tonightâ€™s season premiere of this funny show focuses on Bad Habits.
Blue Collar TV (WB): This rerun from last season is built around the topic of Health.
You can always watch your early local news cause there really isnâ€™t anything worth recommending as an Other Option tonight in the third hour of primetime.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Well Bam! Emeril celebrates his 1500th show. I am sure that he has kicked it up a notch for this milestone.
Raptor Island (Sci-Fi Channel): Spend two hours watching a rescue team come upon deadly dinosaurs while trying to retrieve a kidnapped scientist. Sounds like some good old B-movie sci-fi.