News & Notes
Over on cable, Disney Channel has the TV movie premiere of Camp Rock.
In Charlie Jade news, the show must not have done very well leading off Friday nights, cause it has been moved to late night Mondays starting June 23rd. You can’t even find a listing for the show on the Sci Fi website, although the show’s info page is still there.
Most Outrageous Moments (NBC): Repeats. Sometimes humorous but seldom outrageous video clips and bloopers.
Numb3rs (CBS): Repeat. Don and the team are investigating the murder of a state senator, in “Brutus” from season three.
Numb3rs (CBS): Repeat. A serial killer is killing Internet predators and the team is trying to find him, in “Killer Chat” from season three.
Planet of the Apes (FOX): Released 2001. An astronaut in 2029 ends up on a planet run by apes and leads and uprising against their leader. Runs two hours.
MVP: He Shoots, She Scores (ABC): Repeat. The series premiere episode of the SOAPnet show gets a play on ABC after the Daytime Emmy Awards. It’s about hockey players and their wives.
Doctor Who (Sci Fi): Repeat. Last week’s episode, “The Unicorn and the Wasp,” replays, where you might find out why mystery writer Agatha Christie disappeared for 10 days in 1926.
Doctor Who (Sci Fi): New. The Doctor and Donna must find out the secret to the Library that was closed off 100 years ago. Plays again later.
D.L. Hughley: Live at Gotham (Comedy Central): New. D. L. Hughley hosts and introduces some of the best standup comics on the rise in New York.
- Camp Rock (Disney Channel): Premiere. Celebrity singers at a camp coach aspiring singers and musicians. Runs just shy of two hours. Plays again tomorrow night.
- Rachael Ray’s Tasty Travels (Food Network): New. Rachael shows you some of her favorite places in “Lake Tahoe.” Plays again later.
- What Not to Wear (TLC): New. A dental hygienist gets her style updated out of the 1980s and into the present. Plays again later.
- ESPN2 has Friday Night Fights.
- Versus has the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.
Bravo has five episodes of Top Chef.
Disney Channel has 20 episodes of Hannah Montana leading up to the Camp Rock premiere.
History Channel has 13 hours of Modern Marvels episodes.
Sci Fi has eight episodes of Jake 2.0 early.
USA has nine episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
VH1 has 15 episodes of Hogan Knows Best.