Tonight on the Tube: Blue Collar TV, Nightmares & Dreamscapes and Hustle

Nightmares and DreamscapesPlenty of good TV shows for our viewing pleasure tonight on TV. TNT brings the eight-part mini-series Nightmares & Dreamscapes to the small screen. The first two episodes air tonight with two more each Wednesday night for three more weeks. I have never been a big horror fan. Are you? Do you plan on watching Nightmares & Dreamscapes?

Prime Picks

Blue Collar TV (WB): New. The WB continues to burn off unaired eps.
Blue Collar TV (WB): Repeat. Show is about shopping.

Lost (ABC): Repeat. Replay of the recap episode “Revelation” where you get to see the first 48 days for both sets of crash survivors.

Lost (ABC): Repeat. Mr. Eko gets some back-story telling with this episode that finds him on a quest to find the plane with Charlie’s help.

Solid Selections

America’s Got Talent (NBC): New. The judges pick a contestant, as does the viewing audience to send to the finals. Runs two hours.

CSI: NY (CBS): Repeat. The host of a poker game is shot through his door with a shotgun and the team investigates.

Cable Choices

Emeril Live (Food Network): Repeat. Emeril turns his kitchen into an ice cream parlor.

Nightmares & Dreamscapes (TNT): New. From the stories of Stephen King comes an eight part series that will play out with two new episodes each week for four weeks. This episode stars William Hurt as a hitman and then must fight for his own life when a mysterious toy package arrives at his house.

Nightmares & Dreamscapes (TNT): New. The second episode of the night has a couple on their honeymoon find themselves trapped in an alternate dimension.

Other Options

  • Blade: The Series (Spike): New. Blade goes follows a lead that will get him closer to Marcus. Plays twice tonight.
  • Hustle (AMC): New. The con is on. Runs 75 minutes.
  • Mythbusters (Discovery Channel): New. The guys put the Hollywood heist to the test.
  • Professional Poker Tour (Travel Channel): New. Watch second quarter action from Foxwoods.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN has the 2006 WNBA All-Star game followed by Wednesday Night Fights.

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