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Burn Notice Our favorite Spy returned last week at 10PM EST on USA Network. Following the Summer mid-Season finale “Guilty as Charged,” Jeffrey Donovan‘s character Michael Westen picks up right where he left off in “Eyes Open.” Tonight’s episode “Hot Property” guest starring Callie Thorne, finds Michael himself trapped when a malicious thief returns to Miami with a plan to steal a chemical weapon away from a group of Venezuelan Revolutionaries. Read the rest of this entry »


Stargate Universe Tonight at 8PM EST, we find out the fate of Julie McNiven‘s character Ginn (Update: Click ‘Read More’ and Scroll to the bottom of this Article for Episode Spoilers). The reluctant Lucian Alliance member (and Eli‘s new girlfriend) we’ve grown to love this Season. The 8th Episode of Season 2 will no doubt be filled with gripping drama, as the Promos have shown a new side to Rush and Eli. Read the rest of this entry »


You can read Part 1 here: http://wp.me/18ODA

Note:
Check your local listings for official timeslots and channels that they air on. For multiple shows in the same timeslot, they’re listed in “Must-See” order.

For comedies that are in the ½ Hour timeslots, they’re still covered in that time-range. For example, If we’re talking 8PM EST Time-range, that includes the entire 1 hour timeslot. So a comedy at 8:30PM that’s interesting enough would still be included.

Saturday (11/13/10)

Harry Poter - Goblet of Fire (Film) 7:30PM – 11PM EST (4:30PM – 8PM PST) – Watch Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire: Potter-mania is in full swing after this weekend’s big release of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Part 1”. It’ll be a great watch for the family this weekend. This is the fourth installment in the Harry Potter film series. The story follows Harry Potter, a teen wizard in his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, as he is chosen by the Goblet of Fire to compete in the Tri-Wizard Tournament, a highly dangerous competition. Read the rest of this entry »


Note:
Check your local listings for official timeslots and channels that they air on. For multiple shows in the same timeslot, they’re listed in “Must-See” order.

For comedies that are in the ½ Hour timeslots, they’re still covered in that time-range. For example, If we’re talking 8PM EST Time-range, that includes the entire 1 hour timeslot. So a comedy at 8:30PM that’s interesting enough would still be included.

Thursday (11/11/10)

The Vampire Diaries 8:00PM EST/5:00PM PST – Watch The Vampire Diaries “Katerina”: Katherine’s past is finally revealed when Elena puts herself in a dangerous position as she searches for the truth about what her own future may hold. Jeremy teams up with Bonnie after she casts a difficult spell. Stefan and Damon both come to Elena’s assistance, and in the process, learn some information about vampires, people and events in the distant past. The brothers also come to reach a new understanding. Meanwhile, Caroline tries to make things easier for Tyler. Read the rest of this entry »


Supernatural Season 6 One of my favorite shows for Years now has been The CW’s Supernatural, starring Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester and Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester. The show’s basic premise is a family that hunts down supernatural “baddies” who have manifested themselves in our real world.

Think the male version of Charmed (another old CW/WB hit of the same genre). Over the Years they’ve made and lost friends, and have become stronger for it (much like The Charmed Ones). Read the rest of this entry »


Castle (TV Show) Logo ABC’s hit Monday night crime-drama Castle is well underway, and Season 3 does not disappoint. For those of you not familiar with the show, it features the awesome acting duo of Nathan Fillion (Firefly) & Stana Katic (multiple TV Shows & Film). Murder novelist Richard Castle (Fillion) teams up with NYPD Detective Kate Beckett (Katic) and solves Gotham’s “Real-Life” murder mysteries all while traversing the tight-rope that is their attraction for one another. Read the rest of this entry »


Private Practive CastAll I can say is wow (in a shocking way)! Last night’s Private Practice left me with chills, and it doesn’t surprise me that it was written by Shonda Rhimes, the Grey’s Anatomy extraordinaire from which this show spun-off from.

The 7th episode in Season 4 of Private Practice entitled “Did You Hear What Happened to Charlotte King” deals with Read the rest of this entry »

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