Reality shows dominate the schedule again this week. But don't think they aren't bringing the drama. With several exciting premieres and finales, this week is sure to get you all hot and bothered. Here is TV This Week: Monday, August 9th - Sunday, August 15th, 2010.
The summer TV schedule is as hot as ever. This week we are celebrating Discovery Channel's Shark Week. But sharks aren't the only game in town this week. There are also a lot of reality shows on our radar. If you hate reality TV, unplug your TV set this week. But if you are a normal person, tune in and enjoy!
It's a good week for you, guys. This week has some awesome premieres, finales, and a few cool specials. So whether you're looking to rock out to KISS, find out what's making some women have 100 orgasms a day, or catch up with your old pal Don Draper, this week's got you covered.
Just when you think summer would start to cool off, it's heating up even more. This week brings us many television options. Most notably, ABC is rolling out many of its summer premieres this week. So forget the beach and lay out in front of the TV instead.
The summer season is really starting to heat up. This week brings us lots of premieres, a few specials, and some great television viewing. Sit back and enjoy! Make sure you tune into "Dhani Tackles the Globe" on Travel Channel where Linebacker Dhani Jones tries la Lucha Libre in Mexico City. It's like American professional wrestling, but cooler (i.e., there are often dwarves involved).
This summer is hot. Maybe outside, too, but let's face facts: it's what's inside that counts. And this summer's television schedule is sure to heat up your screen. Dates and times are subject to change, so check your local listings.
We're back with more finales this week, folks. If last week's finale-rich schedule wasn't enough for you, this week offers up even more. To get your finale fix, you might consider: 24, How I Met Your Mother, Rules of Engagement, Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Chuck and about a dozen others.
The word of the week is "finale." This week, the following shows are airing their season finales: The Marriage Ref, The Mentalist, One Tree Hill, Ghost Whisperer, Medium, Kitchen Nightmares, Ricky Gervais Show, Miami Medical, Cleveland Show, Family Guy, Minute to Win It, Celebrity Apprentice, Fringe, Bones, Castle, House, The Middle, Modern Family, Cougar Town, 90210, Gossip Girl, Community, Parks and Recreation, The Office, 30 Rock, V, CSI, The Simpsons, Grey's Anatomy.
Most of your usual shows are new again this week. However, these little gems may prove more captivating. So grab that remote and your snack of choice and dive in.
Men love to thump their chest, scratch whatever they feel like, drink beer, and eat meat of all kinds. We love football and fights. Whenever we see scantily clad babes we can’t help but smile. And we also love chick shows? We can’t openly admit it or we’d have to turn in our Man Cards, but some of those television shows that are wives and girlfriends make us watch are not half bad.
A lot of your favorites are new this week. Lost, V, Modern family, Castle, House, FlashForward, 24, Big Bang Theory, American Idol, NCIS, Glee, Survivor, CSI, Fringe, Bones, The Office, The Simpsons, Family Guy and countless others are new this week. But why not have a look at these other little gems you may not have noticed?
What this week lacks in popular TV programs, it makes up for in strange TV programs. A lot of your favorites are rocking the repeats this week, leaving a gaping hole in your television viewing schedule. Perhaps you should try something peculiar to satisfy your lust for new programming...you'll have plenty of options.
It's a big week, folks. There are premieres, made-for-TV treats, and more. So turn on your TV and get watching!
With so much good TV this week we've decided to give you an overview of what to watch, what to skip and what to TiVO.
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