Football returns to New Orleans for the first time since Hurricane Katrina. It is a small step in the right direction for the city as they continue to rebuild. In other TV happenings The CW kicks off officially this week with a full slate of shows for your viewing pleasure. That includes the return of 7th Heaven and the debut of Runaway tonight. On NBC the much talked about Heroes also debuts tonight. For a look at these shows and more debuts later this week check out the Ultimate Guide to the Fall 2006 TV Schedule.
Prison Break (FOX): New. They may have figured out which house the money is buried under, now they just need to get to it before Mahone gets to them.
Heroes (NBC): Series Premiere. Ordinary people start to discover they have extraordinary abilities. A genetics professor in India figures out that these people exist and wants to know more. This looks very good and will be shown with limited commercial interruptions.
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (NBC): New. Matt and Danny have only five days to get a handle on the show before the next broadcast. Jordan stands up for the controversial sketch.
The Class (CBS): New. Last weekâ€™s premiere was terrible. We shall see what they do with the second. Mostly something to keep you busy until How I Met Your Mother comes on next.
How I Met Your Mother (CBS): New. Lily has returned from San Francisco and Robin knows why.
Runaway (The CW): Series Premiere. A man is falsely accused of murder and goes on the run with his family until he can figure out what is going on and who framed him. They take on a new identity in a small town. Think of it as The Fugitive with a family.
CSI: Miami (CBS): New. Calleigh is run off the road into a canal after collecting evidence at a crime scene of a fallen undercover ATF agent. This makes all her evidence invalid and the team must find another way to solve the crime.
Dark Angel (Sci Fi): Repeats. Five hours of Jessica Alba kicking ass including the series ender and the two-hour â€œPilot.â€
What do you think are the best bets on TV tonight?