Tonight the Seattle Seahawks play the Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football but soon the season will end and NBC will have to program the night with shows. What will they be you ask? Well, Sundays on NBC will start off with Grease: Youâ€™re The One That I Want. It is a reality show that will choose a new cast for the musical Grease. Then a new season of The Apprentice will debut. Lastly, the night will close with the return, finally, of Crossing Jordan. It was rumored that Friday Night Lights or Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip might make a move to Sunday nights after football but that didnâ€™t happen. Friday Night Lights will move to Wednesday nights and Studio 60 will stay put where it is. What do you think of the NBC after Sunday Night Football lineup? Will any of the shows make your viewing list or at least your TiVo list?
The Simpsons (FOX): Repeat. Guest voice of Joe Mantegna (Joan of Arcadia) as Fat Tony who gets shot and Homer takes over as the kingpin in town.
American Dad (FOX): Repeat. Just something to occupy your TV screen until something really worth watching comes on. Really you should just go grab a snack or something after The Simpsons or flip over and see how my Seahawks are fairing in Denver against the Broncos on NBC.
Cold Case (CBS): New. Find out why they are â€œForever Blue.â€
Without a Trace (CBS): New. A cancer patient with less than a month to live disappears after a meeting.
7th Heaven (The CW): New. A friend tells Ruthie she has a bad attitude while Rev. Camden starts using brutal honesty in his counseling sessions.
Desperate Housewives (ABC): Repeat. The â€œListen to the Rain of the Roofâ€ episode replays where Lynnette is trying to deal with her new extended family and Carlos and Gaby are having trouble even though the baby is on the way. Runs 61 minutes.
Brothers & Sisters (ABC): Repeat. The episode with the big group dinner party in the back yard where Nora lets everyone know that she knows what they know but think she doesnâ€™t.
The Librarian: Return to King Solomonâ€™s Mines (TNT): Released 2006. Noah Wyle (ER) goes all Indiana Jones in this sequel to The Librarian: Quest for the Spear. Runs two hours and plays three times in a row.
Dexter (Showtime): New. The Ice Truck Killer leaves a gruesome crime scene, which is more horrifying than any he has previously left. Meanwhile Ritaâ€™s ex wants custody of the kids and is going to sue to try and get it.
Bravo has seven episodes of Real Housewives of Orange County.
Discovery Channel has six episodes of The New Detectives.
Hallmark Channel has five Christmas themed made-for-TV movies.
Lifetime has Christmas themed made-for-TV movies all day ending with the newly released A Dad for Christmas.
USA has 16 episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
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