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

by Jason the TVaholic on July 12, 2006

in Tonight on the Tube

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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