Alias returns tonight, it will settle into the first hour of primetime slot. That will leave you with a pretty solid lineup on ABC with Alias followed by Lost and concluding with Invasion for the next few weeks. What will you be watching tonight on TV?
Alias (ABC): The show returns to the schedule finally. It begins with a 121 minutes of action packed covert action. I am sad that this show will be leaving but am glad to have it back. Hopefully they have done a good job and the last few episodes will clear things up a bit.
Invasion (ABC): This slow paced thriller is really good. It keeps you guessing and unveils just enough to keep you interested. We return with Dave and Russell finding the island of misfit toys.
Bones (FOX): Booth and Brennan head to New Orleans where she wakes up in her hotel room beaten and with no memory of what happened.
Criminal Minds (CBS): The team is in search of a serial killer who can change his appearance with ease.
CSI: NY (CBS): A body is found buried in the endzone of a football stadium and the investigation leads them to the Tanglewood boys.
One Tree Hill (WB): Nathan goes up against an old rival who has shown an interest in Haley. Meanwhile Peyton may be making a life altering decision.
Heist (NBC): Why a network cancels a show and then continues to run the episodes makes no sense to me. Especially a show like this that leads to a big climax of the big heist, which you will never get to see as they hadnâ€™t filmed that far when the show got the ax.
Law & Order (NBC): Repeat where a bank executive gets involved in a robbery in order to save his kidnapped child.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Emeril cooks up many different types of bread.
MythBusters (Discovery Channel): The team test what will happen when a bullet is fired up and then comes back down. You have seen those old western and such when they just start firing into the air. What happens to all those bullets because what goes up must come down?
Good Eats (Food Network): Alton gives you the ins and outs of all things olive.
Ham on the Street (Food Network): Repeat all about breakfast foods. This show is pretty funny.
ESPN has a doubleheader to closeout the NBA season. First up is the Los Angeles Clippers at the Dallas Mavericks followed by the Denver Nuggets at the Seattle Sonics. ESPN2 has Wednesday Night Baseball with the Cleveland Indians visiting the Baltimore Orioles.