The television shows worth a look on TV tonight. What TV shows will you be watching?
One Tree Hill (WB): The wait is over and tonight in the season premiere we find Lucas anxiously awaiting Brooke’s return. Peyton is trying to find out about the mysterious woman who claims to be her mother. Nathan has to deal with Haleyâ€™s coming back, which happened to be the same night as the fire at Scott Motors.
Lost (ABC): More is learned tonight about the hatch and some wonder if fellow survivors or the others have captured them.
Invasion (ABC): This show is extremely creepy but if they donâ€™t give the viewer a little knowledge about what is going on soon, interest in this show will drop off fairly quickly.
E-Ring (NBC): Tonight McNulty sends JT to find out about a Special Forces team that might be on Iranian soil illegally and he ends up in trouble.
Veronica Mars (UPN): Tonight Veronica assists some grieving people who want to determine if one of their family members committed suicide. Meanwhile Wallace tries to help a new student who has transferred find out who damaged her car.
CSI: NY (CBS): Tonight Mac and Hawkes find that a murdered plastic surgeon has a lot of patients suing him for millions. Also someone is supposed to get fired tonight.
So You Think You Can Dance (Fox): Find out who the winner is in tonightâ€™s season finale.
Related (WB): The series premiere of this new show follows the Sorelli sisters each with their own issues but tonight find out about their fatherâ€™s plan of marrying his girlfriend.
Law & Order (NBC): Tonight a criminal makes a deathbed confession that leaves Detective Fontana reopening a 10-year-old case about the murder of a young girl.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Emeril reopens his New Orleans restaurant the Delmonico.
Modern Marvels (History Channel): All about car parts and accessories stores.
Top Gear (Discovery Channel): Tonight is a Jaguar makeover.
Astros vs. Braves followed by Red Sox vs. White Sox followed by Yankees vs. Angels, itâ€™s a tripleheader on ESPN today starting at 4:00 p.m. eastern time.
Also E-Ring and The Apprentice: Martha Stewart has switched time slots.