Except for the repeat of Greyâ€™s Anatomy everything is new tonight on the five TV networks. That is what we have been waiting for. But what should you watch? What looks good? When does my favorite show start up again? Well use the Ultimate Guide to the Fall 2006 TV Schedule to find out and come back here daily for picks for what is worth watching each night on the tube.
Bones (FOX): New. Someone seems to be killing in the same way as a convicted serial killer who is behind bars. Brennan and Booth and the rest of the team try to figure out who and where before the next one is killed.
Criminal Minds (CBS): Season Premiere. Last season they left you hanging as the team tried to figure out the clues being left by a madman as one of the team tries to hang on.
Kidnapped (NBC): Series Premiere. Timothy Hutton stars as a self made millionaire whose son is kidnapped. The FBI is called in and a renegade investigator is hired. See the case unfold over the course of the season.
Jericho (CBS): Series Premiere. Residents of a small town wonder if they are the only ones left after seeing a nuclear explosion on the horizon. This show has all the earmarks of a good show that wonâ€™t last but maybe a season, like Invasion from last year.
Justice (FOX): New. A young celeb is accused of killing her boyfriend at a high-end rehab facility.
CSI: NY (CBS): Season Premiere. The team investigates when a marriage proposal ends in murder. Meanwhile Mac starts to date the new medical examiner and realizes it might be a bit of a challenge.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Repeat. Emeril kicks up some dishes for your next Sunday dinner.
Professional Poker Tour (Travel Channel): New. Watch some second quarter action from the Bay 101 in San Jose, CA. Runs two hours.
- Good Eats (Food Network): New. Alton Brown does some keen cooking with peaches.
- Greyâ€™s Anatomy (ABC): Repeat. The two-hour finale from last season replays tonight to get you ready for tomorrows season premiere.
- Hustle (AMC): Repeat. The crew sets up and executes another long con. Runs 75 minutes.
- ESPN has Wednesday Night Baseball with the Detroit Tigers at the Chicago White Sox. Earlier in the day they have the Cincinnati Reds at the Houston Astros.
What Wednesday watching will you be doing?