Monday, September 18, 2006

Monday's News & Notes

Here's a look at today's biggest TV news, tonight's hottest programs and last night's biggest ratings winners.


*Two USA shows are getting good news today. The network announced that is has renewed both Psych and The Dead Zone. Psych debuted this summer to successful ratings. The fake psychic detective series stars James Roday, Dule Hill and Corbin Bernsen. It will return in January with 16 new episodes. Meanwhile, The Dead Zone will be back for a 6th season. The psychological thriller will return next summer with 13 original episodes.

*And finally, it's TV on DVD Monday! Look for the first season of My Name is Earl to hit store shelves tomorrow along with Battlestar Galactica (season 2.5), Everybody Loves Raymond (season 7), Gilmore Girls (season 6), The King of Queens (season 6) and The Unit (season 1). To see a list of all of tomorrow's releases, visit

To get more of today's biggest TV news and headlines, visit the TV News section at PassTheRemote.Net.

About Last Night... (a look at last night's biggest ratings winners and losers)
BIGGEST WINNERS: 60 Minutes, the NFL, The Amazing Race and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

BIGGEST LOSERS: Fox reruns and The WB's swan song (the net aired the pilots to many of its most successful series).

For a complete breakdown of last night's ratings, visit Zap2it.

~Primetime Pass~ (a look at what PTR is watching tonight and discussing tomorrow)
Vanished (Fox 9 p.m.) - Another high-profile case is linked to the disappearance of Sara Collins as more eerie symbols and signs surface.

Premiering Tonight!!
@8 p.m. - The Class (CBS - click HERE for PTR's review), Deal or No Deal (NBC), Wife Swap (ABC), How I Met Your Mother (8:30 CBS)

@9 p.m. - Two and a Half Men (CBS), The New Adventures of Old Christine (9:30 CBS), ET Presents CW: The Launch of a Network. That's right, the new CW network finally kicks off tonight with this brand new special featuring the stars of your favorite CW shows (formally The WB and UPN). Look for Kristen Bell, Lauren Graham, Tyra Banks, Tom Welling, Sophia Bush and more.

@10 p.m. - Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (NBC), CSI: Miami (CBS)

That's all for today. Be sure to tune in tomorrow for the a special preview piece from Pass the Remote's newest staff writer Trublu. She'll be covering all things Law & Order: SVU starting with a preview of the big premiere tomorrow night. We'll also have thoughts on tonight's Vanished, more scoop on the Veronica Mars premiere and all the latest television news!

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1 comment:

suekola44 said...

Great news about Dead Zone and Psych!!