News & Notes
Tonight, FOX has the third season finale of Lie to Me.
Over on cable, BIO has the third season premiere of Shatner’s Raw Nerve, Golf Channel has the second season premiere of Donald J. Trump’s Fabulous World of Golf, Lifetime has the TV movie premiere of Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story, and TLC has the fourth season premiere of Cake Boss.
Check out the latest TV times Three Podcast: Ep.86, “The One Where Amrie Was Right About Greek, Greek, Greek. Amrie, Rae and I discussed the latest episodes of Being Human Castle, Chuck, Greek, Shameless, White Collar, and more.
Chuck (NBC): New. Sarah continues her mission to free Chuck’s mother. Chuck and Morgan decide to go after Volkoff. Casey and Alex get closer.
Lie to Me (FOX): Season Finale. A former patient of Foster’s is found dead. They had recently talked about how they thought a business partner was pushing them out of the company they founded.
Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family): New/Repeat. The guilt is starting to get to one of the Liars. This episode plays before and after Greek tonight. Plays again next week before the next new episode.
Human Target (FOX): New. Chance and the team attempt to protect a man that thinks his wife is a spy. Ames is trying to keep something from Chance.
Greek (ABC Family): New. Cappie is attempting to impress the father of their only pledge, but throwing the biggest party ever. Ashleigh is taking her sweet time finding a job and moving out of the sorority house at the behest of Cassie, which gets them into a fight.
Castle (ABC): Repeat. The “Close Encounters of the Murderous Kind” episode from earlier this season replays. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 59 minutes.
- Being Human (Syfy): New. Aidan continues to attempt to be normal as his past still haunts him. Plays again later. Last week’s episode, “There Goes the Neighborhood, Part II,” replays right before.
- Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives (Food Network): New. Guy checks out some places that are “A Little Twisted.” A repeat episode follows. Both play again later.
- Gossip Girl (The CW): New. Blair is less than thrilled to find out that Dan is going for an internship at the same magazine as she is. Chuck has a new formidable enemy. Nate finds out about what his father is doing business-wise.
- ESPN has doubleheader college basketball action.
- ESPN2 has a women’s college basketball game.
- White Collar (USA Network): Repeat. Last Tuesday’s episode, “Forging Bonds,” replays.
Bravo has eight episodes of Tabatha’s Salon Takeover.
Oxygen has 10 episodes of The Bad Girls Club.
TLC has 12 episodes of Cake Boss.
USA Network has 11 episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
WE has seven episodes of Downsized early and later 10 episodes of The Golden Girls tonight.
What looks good to you tonight?
I hope this isn’t the last Lie to Me episode. Great show.
TVjunkieJason, Me too.
You know, at first I thought it was just an oversight, but after three weeks, The Cape is still not on your Monday night schedule. I’m not asking for it to be your Prime Pick, or even your Solid Selection, but it should definitely be somewhere. Other Options? Sports Notes? I find the blatant snub insulting. I want to mention that I am a devoted follower, with the TVaholic gadget front and center on my iGoogle homepage. There are countless people who defer to you when wondering what to watch every night. I am one of those people. The Cape may not be your cup of tea, but please be fair.
Mari, Well, it’s not an oversight, but I’m glad you love The Cape. It just isn’t working for me. So, can’t really recommend it. The Prime Picks, Solid Selections & Other Options sections on the daily posts consists of shows that I’m watching and/or would watch if I had the time. Basically, there the shows I think are worth checking out each night. Not everything makes it through that filter. I’m sure there are people that like Harry’s Law or Mike & Molly on Monday nights too, but they don’t get listed for the same reason. But, that is what the comments section is for. You think there’s something that people should be watching, feel free to chime-in like today and let us know.
And, thanks for following TVaholic and taking the time to comment. Always enjoy hearing from readers.