The NBA Finals begin tonight on ABC and will most definitely be what I will be watching. I am not sure as of yet if I care who wins. At this point I think I am just rooting for a long and competitive series. Who do you think will win tonight? How about the series? Who do you want to win? In TV show news there are a few new things worth noting tonight as the drama Windfall debuts on NBC and Drew Careyâ€™s Sporting Adventures starts on the Travel Channel. What will you be watching on TV tonight?
NBA Finals (ABC): Game 1 of the NBA Basketball Finals finds the Eastern Conference Champion Miami Heat heading into Dallas to face the Western Conference Champion Mavericks. This series should provide plenty of scoring as opposed to last years Spurs vs. Pistons slow paced affair. Scheduled for two and a half hours but probably will go three starting at 9:00 p.m. Eastern.
Gameshow Marathon (CBS): New. Tonight they Press Your Luck. I think they are pressing their luck with this lackluster version of the British import.
So You Think You Can Dance (FOX): New. Watch more from Las Vegas.
Windfall (NBC): Series Premiere. The first episode of this series finds a group of friend pooling their money to by Lotto tickets and winning. Will their newfound wealth change them? The show stars Luke Perry (Beverly Hills, 90210), Lana Parilla (Boomtown) and Jason Gedrick (Boomtown).
Emeril Live (Food Network) Repeat. In this rerun from Sunday Emeril gives a twist to some BBQ favorites.
Drew Careyâ€™s Sporting Adventures (Travel Channel): Series Premiere. Drew Carey travels to Spain to take in the Barcelona vs. Real Madrid soccer match in the debut episode of this new series.
The Showbiz Show with David Spade (Comedy Central): New. Watch the Hollywood 22-minute.
Dog Bites Man (Comedy Central): New. See what this news team can uncover about bodybuilders.
- The 2006 MTV Movie Awards (MTV): New. See who gets the Golden Popcorn this year in this irreverent awards show. Hosted by Jessica Alba.
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS): Repeat. Good episode where the team is followed around by the cameras of a crime show.
- My Name Is Earl (NBC): Repeats. There are four episodes tonight with the last two being the best of the bunch. In the third episode of the night we find the clan retelling the story of what they thought happened during Y2K. The final episode of the night is the one where Earl tries to cross the first item on his list at the suggestion of Crabman. Two hours of episodes.
- ESPN2 has Thursday Night Baseball with the New York Yankees vs. the Boston Red Sox.