Everything is pretty much new tonight. Will you be watching? The TV season is winding down but we wonâ€™t have to wait long to see what will be on the schedule next season. Most of the networks will be releasing their â€œupfrontsâ€ next month. This will letâ€™s the advertisers know what will be on the tube next season and the rest of us too. There are a few shows I hope make it another season. We will all find out their fates soon.
Deal or No Deal (NBC): They say they are going to not play it over the summer and bring it back in the Fall so they donâ€™t kill it off like Millionaire over at ABC.
Las Vegas (NBC): Ed and Jillian go on a retreat that turns out not to be much of one while Danny deals with a guy who wants to make $1 million dollar a hand bets.
NUMB3RS (CBS): A gunmen opens fire at the FBI office and Charlie doesnâ€™t want to go back after.
Ghost Whisperer (CBS): I wonder if this show has gotten any better. Did they develop an overarching storyline? Or, is it still the ghost of the week?
Reba (WB): Barbara Jean and Reba overwhelm Cheyenne over the plans for her re-wedding to Van.
Modern Men (WB): The Doc asks the guys to be completely selfless.
Conviction (NBC): The death of a teen in a choking game results in a tough prosecution for Steele and Desmond.
The 33rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (ABC): Tom Bergeron and Kelly Monaco host the event honor the best in Daytime Television. Runs three hours.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Emeril cooks up some finger licking good ribs in this repeat.
What Not to Wear (TLC): An art student from Utah gets overhauled before heading out into the job market.
Monk (USA): Repeat where it looks like Monkâ€™s dead wife is still alive.
ESPN has an NBA Playoff doubleheader with the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Washington Wizards followed by the Phoenix Suns at the Los Angeles Lakers. Over on ESPN2 you will find the San Antonio Spurs at the Sacramento Kings followed by Friday Night Fights. OLN has an NHL Hockey Playoff tripleheader.