Tonight, ABC has the season finale of The Bachelor, Showtime has the season finale of Weeds, which will return for a fourth season, VH1 has a special presentation of the VIBE Awards and TBS has a special presentation of Ellen’s Really Big Show.
Below you will find info on the number of remaining new episodes before each show runs out until the WGA strike comes to an end. Other shows not mentioned below include Everybody Hate Chris with 14 episodes left, The Game with three, Girlfriends with five, The Big Bang Theory is on hiatus, Prison Break has five episodes to return with in January, October Road has filmed 13 episodes for its return next Monday and Notes from the Underbelly has 12 episodes when it returns next Monday, as well. Hopefully, before most shows run out, they will have resolved the strike. Both sides have agreed to return to the negotiation table next Monday.
Chuck (NBC): New. Sarah has become jealous of Chuck’s relationship with Lou, but Lou may not be exactly who she says she is. Morgan begins dating someone. They have four episodes remaining after tonight.
Heroes (NBC): New. H.R.G. is preparing to take the family on the run. Suresh does something that could change many people’s lives. Hiro is back and has learned of his father’s death. They have two episodes left after tonight.
Journeyman (NBC): New. Dan ends up back in the early 1990s and looks to be following a serial kidnapper. Katie gets called to Zack’s school and starts to wonder how Dan’s traveling is affecting their son. They have four filmed episodes remaining after tonight.
How I Met Your Mother (CBS): New. It is Lily and Marshall’s first Thanksgiving as a married couple and Barney is wondering when the next slap will be coming from his losing the slap bet. They have two more episodes remaining after tonight’s episode.
Aliens in America (The CW): New. Justin and Raja are sharing duties as the school’s mascot. They have 10 episodes left after tonight.
Two and a Half Men (CBS): New. Jenny McCarhty (The Bad Girl’s Guide) guest-stars as Alan and Charlie’s soon to be stepsister, but Charlie finds himself attracted to her. Only one episode left after tonight.
Samantha Who? (ABC): New. Sam tries a hypnotherapist to recover her memories and starts to think that her parents aren’t her real parents. They have six completed episodes remaining after tonight.
CSI: Miami (CBS): New. There is an attempt made on Calleigh, but she comes under question when she had been drinking just before the incident. Four episodes remain after tonight.
Ham on Turkey (Food Network): Repeat. George Duran gives his take on Thanksgiving. Plays again later.
Dear Food Network: Thanksgiving (Food Network): Repeat. Viewers have written in with Thanksgiving problems and Food Network personalities come to the rescue. Plays again later.
Weeds (Showtime): Season Finale. A wildfire is approaching Agrestic and the authorities are grilling Celia and Sullivan. Plays twice.
- The Closer (TNT): Repeat. Episode 10 of season three, “Culture Shock,” replays.
- Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives (Food Network): New. Places with unique dishes are visited. Plays again later.
- K-Ville (FOX): New. They are on the hunt for the murderer of a plastic surgeon, but the investigation starts to get strange the deeper they go. Three episodes remain.
- Rules of Engagement (CBS): New. Adam’s mother comes for a visit and Jennifer tries to be on her best behavior after Audrey tells her how judgmental a mother-in-law can be. Have not been able to find remaining episode info, but the show is presently on hiatus.
- The Secret Lives Of … (Food Network): New. The history of family restaurants is shown. Plays again later.
- ESPN has Monday Night Football with the Tennessee Titans at the Denver Broncos.
- ESPN2 has preseason college basketball tournament action all day.
- Versus has NHL action.
- Saving Grace (TNT): Repeat. The summer season finale, “A Language of Angels,” replays.
Bravo has 13 episodes of Project Runway.
Oxygen has 12 episodes of Roseanne early.
Sci Fi has eight episodes of Stargate Atlantis early.
Spike TV has episodes of V.I.P. all day.
TLC has six hours of Jon & Kate Plus 8 episodes.