Tonight there is no Friday Night Lights, but this is the first night of Crossing Jordan in its new second hour Wednesday night timeslot on NBC. Also, at that time the new show The Wedding Bells premieres on FOX after American Idol. Jericho is new on CBS, but Criminal Minds and CSI: NY are both reruns. What will you be watching tonight?
Jericho (CBS): New. Jake, Stanley and Mimi end up in a life or death struggle when they come in contact with some strangers while out hunting.
The Wedding Bells (FOX): Series Premiere. Three single sisters inherit their parents wedding planning business after they get divorced. From David E. Kelley, the guy behind Boston Legal and past shows like Ally McBeal, Boston Public and The Practice. This could be a lot of fun. This episode replays on Friday night in its regular timeslot. From then on you will find it in the second hour of primetime on Friday nights.
Lost (ABC): New. Locke, Sayid and Kate have traipsed off into the jungle to try and track down Jack and come across a structure and a guy manning it that they have seen before on the monitors.
American Idol (FOX): New. The eight remaining ladies sing tonight to make the Top 12. The guys really stunk the place up last night.
Crossing Jordan (NBC): New. A new night and time for this other Tim Kring (he has brought us the fabulous Heroes) show. Tonight Nigel is being taunted on a blog by a serial killer who is leaving him clues. Jordan finds a mistake that may have put an innocent man away.
Medium (NBC): New. Allison has awakened to find she is her teenage self. Then the teenage Allison dreams of her and the boy who lives next door in the future, which help her, solve a case in the present.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Repeat. Emeril is one wild and crazy guy in the kitchen.
MythBusters (Discovery Channel): New. The guys attempt to out run, out maneuver and out do high speed cameras.
Good Eats (Food Network): New. Everything you ever wanted to know about pomegranates and how to cook with them.
Dinner: Impossible (Food Network): New. Some world-renowned chefs are in competition with Robert tonight.
- South Park (Comedy Central): Season Premiere. The kids are back for more off kilter comedy.
- ESPN & ESPN2 have college basketball conference tournament action.
- NBA TV has the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Detroit Pistons.
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