News & Notes
Today’s panels at San Diego Comic-Con 2010 include The Big Bang Theory, Hawaii Five-0, Falling Skies, and more. You can follow me around the convention via Twitter (@theTVaholic) or Facebook. You can also keep up with the blog by becoming a fan on Facebook. For videos you can subscribe to theTVaholic YouTube channel and for photos follow theTVaholic photostream at Flickr. I will attempt to periodically upload photos and videos as time and Internet access permits.
Friday Night Lights (NBC): New. Tami is defending her job. Julie gets an unexpected call. Luke is looking for anything to get rid of his pain.
Eureka (Syfy): New. Everyone at Global Dynamic seems to be afflicted with some blind rage condition that leads to some bad results. Plays again later. Last week’s episode, “A New World,” replays right before.
Flashpoint (CBS): New. A bar patron that just can’t take the drug dealers in the area and takes matters into his own hands and the team has to try and stop him.
- Haven (Syfy): New. Audrey and Nathan are investigating a case at the town’s mental hospital facility. Plays again later. Last week’s episode, “Butterfly,” replays earlier this evening. The second episode wasn’t much better than the first. Hoping third episode is the charm.
- The Pillars of the Earth (Starz): Miniseries Premiere. King Henry’s daughter and nephew are competing for England’s crown. A new cathedral can be built after a fire destroys Kingsbridge church. Runs 110 minutes. Based on the novel by Ken Follett.
- ESPN2 has second round coverage of The Senior British Open golf tournament.
- Versus has coverage of the Tour de France: Stage 18. Replays multiple times.
- The Glades (A&E): Repeat. This past Sunday’s episode, “Bird in the Hand,” replays two times.
- Memphis Beat (TNT): Repeat. This past Tuesday’s episode, “One Night of Sin,” replays.
- Rescue Me (FX): Repeat. This past Tuesday’s episode, “Breakout,” replays.
Nickelodeon has 14 episodes of Everybody Hates Chris in late night.
Oxygen has five episodes of America’s Got Talent.
Spike TV has five episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Syfy has 16 episodes of The Twilight Zone early.
USA has six episodes of House.