Over cable tonight, Discovery Channel has the Koppel: People’s Republic of Capitalism – It’s the Economy Stupid special, Hallmark Channel has the two-hour TV movie premiere of Every Second Counts, MTV has a 90-minute The Real World reunion special and Sci Fi has the two-hour TV movie premiere of Ghouls.
In Saturday Interview Collection news, it will be out later today. Must go to bed now, as I am dosing off while typing. Still haven’t gotten back into the night shift groove after a few weeks off back in June.
The Unit (NBC): Repeat. Brown and Williams are trying to recover the black box from a downed Special Forces aircraft, in “Outsiders” from season two.
Law & Order (NBC): Repeat. Det. Green makes his exit, in “Burn Card” from this past season.
Eli Stone (ABC): Repeat. Eli goes a bit too far to try and save the people living at the epicenter of a earthquake he thinks is coming, in “Praying for Time.”
My Name Is Earl (NBC): Repeats. Earl has to deal with “The Frank Factor” and then “Frank’s Girl.” Michael Rapaport (The War at Home) and Alyssa Milano (Charmed) guest star.
48 Hours Mystery (CBS): Repeat. A former Indiana state trooper is trying to prove that he didn’t kill his wife. Runs two hours.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC): Repeat. It looks like a political martyr visiting New York has been targeted, but appearance can be deceiving, in “Assassin” from this season. It played on USA a couple of weeks ago.
Robin Hood (BBC America): Repeat. Episode nine from this season, “Lardner’s Ring,” replays. Plays again later.
Robin Hood (BBC America): New. Prince John thinks the Sheriff has been killed and threatens to raise Nottingham. Plays again later.
Trading Spaces (TLC): New. A living room and a basement get the makeover treatment. Plays again later.
Bravo has seven episodes of Project Runway.
MTV2 has 22 episodes of Run’s House.
VH1 has all eight episodes of I Love the New Millennium.