News & Notes
The Price Is Right Million Dollar Spectacular (ABC): Repeat. Players try to win prizes leading to a shot at a million bucks.
Criminal Minds (CBS): Repeat. The team has a suspect in custody, but they think they may have the wrong person, in this past season’s premiere episode, “Doubt.”
Men in Trees (ABC): New. Marin sees Julia’s husband with another woman while treating herself to a spa trip. Patrick is back with his memory back. Next week is the series finale.
So You Think You Can Dance (FOX): New. More from the auditions, as dancers try to impress the judges. Runs two hours.
CSI: NY (CBS): Repeat. A hated hotel owner is found dead under an ice sculpture, in “Happily Never After” from this past season.
Good Eats (Food Network): Repeats. Alton is whipping up some “Cheesecake” and then having a “Coconut Cake Revival.” Both episodes play again later.
MI-5 (BBC America): New. The team sets out to undermine a racist member of Parliament that is now part of a far-right-wing party. Plays again later.
Tyler Perry’s House of Payne (TBS): New. The second two of four new episodes play tonight in this timeslot.
- ESPN has Wednesday Night Baseball with the Tampa Bay Rays at the Boston Red Sox.
- ESPN2 has Wednesday Night Fights with a light heavyweight bout scheduled for 10 rounds.
- NBC has NHL playoff action with the Detroit Red Wings at the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
- In Plain Sight (USA): Repeat. Sunday night’s series premiere episode replays. Have to say, it was a bit disappointing. It has potential, but will have to watch a couple more episodes to see if things smooth out any. The first episode doesn’t flow very well. It is very similar to Burn Notice in tone, but not nearly as good. Although, there were a few scenes and lines that made me laugh out loud. So, here’s hoping it comes together in future episodes.
A&E has five episodes of CSI: Miami tonight.
Bravo has 14 episodes of Top Chef.
Oxygen has 14 episodes of Tori & Dean: Inn Love.
Sci Fi has eight episodes of Dark Angel early.
TNT has six episodes of Law & Order tonight.
VH1 has 10 hours of The Bachelor episodes.