Everwood finally makes it back on the WB schedule with two shows tonight. This is one of the best dramas on TV too bad it might not make the leap to the new CW network next fall. Two networks become one, the WB and UPN. Yet they will be keeping the same broadcasting schedule as the WB presently has time wise. That leaves you presently with almost two times too many shows for roughly have as many hours of broadcast time. This is one show that is on the bubble that I hope would make the cut at the CW. I say they should expand their nightly time to three hours like the big three networks and fill them with the best shows from both networks and new shows in the pipeline and see what they can do with there being less competition for the young viewers attention.
Prison Break (FOX): As last we left them Lincoln was standing outside the execution chamber and Veronica and Michael were in the witness room. What is going to happen next?
24 (FOX): Speaking of what is going to happen next. What is going to happen next as Jack interrogates the woman he is still in love with?
Heist (NBC): Pretty good show. Shows some real potential for being a fun ride. This is a repeat of the series premiere from last Wednesday.
Everwood (WB): One of the best family dramas on television returns tonight with back-to-back episodes. I really hope this makes it to the new CW once the WB and UPN finish their merger. Tonight Ephram and Amy must decide where to go with their relationship.
Everwood (WB): Many conflicts arise with Amy and Hannah and Harold and Rose consider adopting a child from Africa.
CSI: Miami (CBS): Repeat where a bunch of video gamers have started playing the game for real.
The King of Queens (CBS): Repeat a pretty funny episode with Doug and Carrie visiting a bed and breakfast full of strange people.
How I Met Your Mother (CBS): Repeat of the wedding episode where Ted meets Victoria for the first time but doesnâ€™t get her number.
Two and a Half Men (CBS): Repeat where Charlie ends up seeing a therapist. Very funny seen with the stalker neighbor if I remember correctly.
The New Adventures of Old Christine (CBS): Not a bad comedy with some potential as the cast gels a little more. We shall see how it does as the only new episode of any show on CBS tonight.
Miracle Workers (ABC): An 11 year old boy gets a corneal transplant.
Wildfire (ABC Family): Kris tries to get Wildfire and invitation to the Breedersâ€™ Cup.
Beautiful People (ABC Family): A new place to live needs to be found and a boyfriend seems too good to be true.
Pros vs. Joes (Spike TV): Could you get a hit off of John Rocker or out shoot Clyde Drexler? Find out if these contestants can.
ESPN has a couple of regional final games from the NCAA Womenâ€™s Tournament tonight.