Tonight the NFL season gets underway for real. The NBC Sunday Night Football crew kicks things off with a Thursday night game. Also new tonight is two new comedies on FOX. The commercials for them have left me with much lack of enthusiasm over their debut. As with most new shows we shall watch and see for ourselves or at least that is what I will be doing. Will you be tuning into FOX for a potential laugh tonight? For other upcoming fall TV shows check out the Ultimate Guide to the Fall 2006 TV Schedule.
â€˜Til Death (FOX): Series Premiere. A newlywed couple moves in next door to an old married couple and hilarity is supposed to ensue. This one really doesnâ€™t look all that good but it is new and we shall see whether or not it is.
Happy Hour (FOX): Series Premiere. A dude loses his girl, his place to live and his job and must move in with his outrageous buddy. It is also new so I will be giving it a go tonight.
Celebrity Duets (FOX): New. There are seven left and each performs again but with a different singer than last week.
Without a Trace (CBS): Repeat. A young Olympic skater disappears from the rink she practices at.
Greyâ€™s Anatomy (ABC): Repeat. The bartender collapse and is rushed to the hospital across the street.
Greyâ€™s Anatomy (ABC): Repeat. Burke treat a hero of his while Izzie is bothering George for personal details about his life.
Primetime (ABC): New. ABC investigative reports are shown.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Repeat. Get some tips for college students on how to cook.
The E! True Hollywood Story (E!): Repeat. Two hours about the life and career of Michael J. Fox.
- A Few Good Men (Court TV): Released 1992. Tom Cruise, Demi Moore and Jack Nicholson star in this very good military courtroom drama. Runs three hours.
- American Eats (History Channel): New. Get the history of Beer tonight.
- The Princess Bride (Bravo): Released 1987. The classic tale of a storybook stable boy who rescues the princess from the evil prince she is to marry. Runs two hours.
- ESPN has Oregon State at Boise State in college football action tonight. Earlier in the day find the first round of the Canadian Open golf tournament.
- ESPN2 has Thursday Night Baseball with the Detroit Tigers at the Minnesota Twins.
- NBC has the first regular season NFL game of the season tonight as the Pittsburgh Steelers square off with the Miami Dolphins.
What will you be watching tonight on TV?