Tonight on the Tube: Alias, Lost, Invasion, Bones, CSI: NY and Idol Results

Lost - The Complete Second SeasonThe Amazing Race 9 and CSI: NY ends for the season tonight. Invasion has its season or series finale, as ABC did not pick it up for another season. Law & Order concludes their 16th season tonight. Over on FOX the season finale of Bones is tonight. Also on UPN America’s Next Top Model sees the sixth cycle come to an end. Check out the ABC Fall 2006 Lineup and see what else didn’t make the schedule along with all their new offerings. What will you be watching tonight on TV?

Prime Picks

Alias (ABC): Sydney has gone undercover as someone pretending to be her. Kind of convoluted but she has to work with Sark to find the final clue before Prophet 5 gets their hands on it.

Lost (ABC): Michael convinces Jack and other to help him get Walt back. Charlie is having trouble with Eko deciding to stop building the church. Runs 64 minutes.

Invasion (ABC): Series Finale unless the rumors of it being picked up by The CW are true, if true then it is the Season Finale. Underlay and Russell try to put together a plan to stop the hybrids plan. Those that have been taken think that Underlay is behind it and take Larkin and kids hostage.

Solid Selections

Bones (FOX): Season Finale. The mystery of Brennan’s parents starts to unravel a bit as she finds out that her mother has died.

American Idol (FOX): Results show. Who do you think will be leaving tonight?

CSI: NY (CBS): Season Finale. Someone has been setting bombs that can be triggered by a cell phone around the city. The team races to find the person behind them before another one goes off.

Other Options

The Amazing Race 9 (CBS): Season Finale. Find out who wins tonight during the two-hour show.

Law & Order (NBC): Season Finale. Year 16 comes to a close tonight where McCoy risks his career to lure psycho killers out of hiding.

Cable Choices

The E! True Hollywood Story (E!): American Idol judge Simon Cowell is profiled.

World Poker Tour (Travel Channel): The Borgata Poker Classic. Runs two hours.

Sports Notes

ESPN has Wednesday Night Baseball while ESPN2 has Wednesday Night Fights. OLN has an NHL playoff game. TNT has an NBA playoff doubleheader with the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Detroit Pistons followed by the Dallas Mavericks at the San Antonio Spurs.

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