Tonightâ€™s only premiere is One Tree Hill on The CW. To try and help you get ready for next weekâ€™s premiere of Lost, ABC has happily put together yet another clip show for your viewing pleasure. For a look at what else is yet to premiere check out the Ultimate Guide to the Fall 2006 TV Schedule.
Bones (FOX): New. A man is found dead at a construction site. They think they no the motive and then new clues point them in a new direction.
Criminal Minds (CBS): New. A boy is being auctioned online and the team must find him before the transaction is made.
CSI: NY (CBS): New. A jewelry heist injures bystanders and the team investigates.
Jericho (CBS): New. Jake has come up with another idea when the townâ€™s shelter proves to be not up to snuff. A rain bring the radiation with it is on the way.
Lost (CBS): Clip Show. If you havenâ€™t caught up vialike I did this summer you can catch this clip show that will try to get you up to speed for the new season next week.
Kidnapped (NBC): New. Knapp heads to Brown to look for Aubrey after a package gets delivered to the Cain residence that suggest that she might be in danger.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Repeat. Emeril goes nuts.
Cereal-Scapes (Food Network): New. Pastry chefs build cityscapes with breakfast cereals.
Good Eats (Food Network): New. Alton battles â€œOkraphobiaâ€ in this episode.
Ham on the Street (Food Network): New. Watch some fun with food that can be stuffed.
- Hustle (AMC): Repeat. Albert gets beaten after getting caught cheating at cards so the team gets together to seek some revenge using the long con. Runs 75 minutes.
- Justice (FOX): New. A young girlâ€™s mother dies on a rollercoaster ride and the firm sues the amusement park for wrongful death on her behalf.
- One Tree Hill (The CW): Season Premiere. Nathan is trying to rescue Cooper and Rachel and then Lucas shows up to try and save all of them. Picks up right where it left off last season.
- Professional Poker Tour (Travel Channel): New. See action from the third and fourth quarters from the Bay 101 in San Jose, CA.
- ESPN has Wednesday Night Baseball with the Philadelphia Phillies at the Washington Nationals.
What looks good to you tonight on TV?