News & Notes
Over on cable, Lifetime has a Project Runway: All Star Challenge two-hour special and the sixth season premiere of Project Runway.
In late night, Lifetime has the series premiere of Models of the Runway.
Should be on TV Talk with Shaun OMac today at about 4:00 p.m. The show starts at 3:00 p.m. PT and runs two hours. You can listen live or find it at later on.
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30 Rock (NBC): Repeat. In “Episode 210” from season two, Jack is meeting with German TV executives and Liz is having trouble with the co-op board at her apartments. Runs 30 minutes.
The Office (NBC): Repeat. In “Casual Friday” from this past season, too many people seem to have a faulty definition of casual. Runs 31 minutes.
30 Rock (NBC): Repeat. In “The Ones” from this past season, has Jack is trying to find the perfect engagement ring for Elisa.
Royal Pains (USA): New. Hank learns that someone is trying to strip him of his medical license. Plays again later. The previous four episodes replay earlier in the day.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (ABC): New. NBA star Steve Nash is playing for charity.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS): Repeat. In “A Space Oddity” from this past season, Hodges and Wendy run into each other at a sci-fi convention and end up investigating the murder of a former TV star. Runs 62 minutes. This was probably my favorite episode of this show from last season.
Ace of Cakes (Food Network): New. Duff and the gang make a Yankee Stadium cake. A repeat episode follows. Both play again later.
- FOX has a preseason NFL game with the Philadelphia Eagles at the Indianapolis Colts.
- Monk (USA): Repeat. Last Friday’s episode, “Mr. Monk and the Foreign Man,” replays.
Bravo has five episodes of Top Chef.
Oxygen has episodes of Snapped all day.
Spike has nine hours of CSI: Crimes Scene Investigation episodes.
Syfy has 16 episodes of Tales From the Darkside early.
USA has six episodes of Burn Notice earlier.