Tonight on the Tube: Heroes Marathon, Robin Hood & Saturday Night Live and MADtv Season Finales

by Jason the TVaholic on May 19, 2007

in Tonight on the Tube

Download Heroes Episodes at iTunesTonight you will find the season finales of MADtv and Talkshow With Spike Feresten on FOX and Saturday Night Live on NBC. The season finale of Robin Hood on BBC America is next Saturday. Also, get a load of the list of TV marathons. There are some pretty goods ones on today. ABC, CBS, The CW, FOX and NBC announced their Fall 2007 TV Schedules this week. In the fall on Saturdays ABC will once again have Saturday Night College Football, CBS and NBC will have drama repeats and FOX will have Cops and America’s Most Wanted.

Prime Picks

NCIS (CBS): Repeat. The one where Tony is being framed for murder and Abby sets out to prove it wasn’t him.

CSI: NY (CBS): Repeat. People are playing a fake assassination game, but real people are dying.

Law & Order (NBC): Repeat. A rapper gets murdered and the detectives try to find out if it was connected to her work.

Solid Selections

America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC): Repeat. Just a guess, but I am going to say that someone gets hit between the legs, something goes wrong at a wedding, a dog does something funny and someone goes tumbling over something.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC): Repeat. Benson is going undercover to try and stop some eco-terrorist.

48 Hours Mystery (CBS): New. A killer in Atlantic City is luring women into a trap.

Cable Choices

Emeril Live (Food Network): New. Emeril whips up some quick and easy dishes.

Robin Hood (BBC America): New. Tonight people are preparing for the rumored return of the King. The season finale is next week.

Wild at Heart (BBC America): New. Rosie and Sarah treat themselves by going to day spa. This show is the basis for an Americanized version called Life is Wild which will air on Sunday nights on The CW in the fall.

Other Options

  • Rachael Ray’s Tasty Travels (Food Network): New. Find out what Rachael’s favorite fast food is.
  • The Secret Life Of … (Food Network): New. The history of take out food is explored.

Sports Notes

  • ABC has the first game of the WNBA season with the Sacramento Monarchs at the Detroit Shock in a rematch of last season’s finals match-up.
  • FOX has FOX Saturday Baseball with either the Chicago White Sox at the Chicago Cubs or the New York Yankees at the New York Mets.
  • NBC has NHL Playoff action followed by the Preakness Stakes horse race.

Late Night

  • MADtv (FOX): Season Finale. Fred Willard guests in sketches that include Blind Kung Fu Master and others. MADtv has been picked up again for next season.
  • The Riches (FX): Repeat. Monday’s episode, “This Is Your Brain On Drugs,” replays where Wayne is trying a not so smart way to keep Dahlia clean.
  • Saturday Night Live (NBC): Season Finale. Zach Braff (Scrubs) hosts with musical guest Maroon 5. Have you been watching this season? SNL will, of course, be back next season.
  • Talkshow With Spike Feresten (FOX): Season Finale. Dave Foley (NewsRadio) is the final guest of the season. Spike will be back again for another season after MADtv next fall.

TV Marathons

A&E has the final hour of Jack Bauer’s last five bad days on tonight. The final episode of each of the first five seasons of 24 will play in a row twice. Then you can watch the last hours of Day 6 on Monday night and compare.
BBC America has five episodes of Cash in the Attic.
BET has 20 episodes of The Jamie Foxx Show.
Bravo has six episodes of Inside the Actors Studio.
Discovery Times has five episodes of Guilty or Innocent? that play twice and then six episodes of Against the Law.
FOX Reality has 10 episodes of American Idol Extra.
G4 has episodes of Ninja Warrior all day long and then again tomorrow also.
History Channel has five hours of Mega Movers.
MTV2 has 15 episodes of High School Stories.
Nickelodeon has almost 10 hours of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius.
Science Channel has six episodes of Triumph of the Nerds.
Sci Fi has 21 of the 23 episodes of Heroes today beginning early, but it starts with the “Homecoming” episode and plays through to last week’s episode with one skipped episode and then plays the “Pilot” episode forward skipping one more episode.
SOAPnet has this past week’s episodes of All My Children and then The Young and the Restless and then a little bit later General Hospital.
Style has more than 10 hours of Extreme Makeover.
TV One has 18 episodes of Good Times.

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