TV Junkie: Wednesday
Other than the Sarah Palin edition of "SNL" last weekend, there weren't too many bright spots for NBC in terms of viewership. FOX and ABC didn't fare much better and of all the big networks only CBS had more viewers last week than the week before. Those waves of pilots and new programming haven't paid off at all, perhaps because everyone is in the movie theater watching "Beverly Hills Chihuahua".
"Top Gear" fans, if you're still pining for the show and reruns aren't cutting it for you, a website for US fans was launched today. Lots of video clips, a "Best 25 Moments" is coming, and there's a free iTunes download available for you. Long live The Stig!
The TV Junkie Plan: "Independent Lens", "Sons of Anarchy", Kimmel. "Mythbusters" does look very funny though.
8:00pm The New Adventures of Old Christine CBS - Everyone Says I Love You
9:00pm Stylista The CW - Series Premiere.
9:00pm Independent Lens PBS/KCET - Filmmaker Brett Morgen mixes animation with archival footage to tell the story of the conspiracy trial of the Chicago Seven. This is a really cool movie!
9:00pm MythBusters Discovery - Jamie, Adam and Kari apply science to the theory that the more they drink, the more attractive they find the opposite sex. Some people conduct this experiment every weekend.
9:00pm Criminal Minds CBS - The team hunts a serial killer who stages car accidents to hide the cause of his victims' deaths.
10:00pm Dirty Sexy Money ABC - Nick learns that his estranged mother is on the witness list for the prosecution.
10:00pm Sons of Anarchy FX - With the IRA gun payment looming, SAMCRO scrambles to come up with the cash
12:05am Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC - Actress Amy Sedaris; actor Jonny Lee Miller; animal expert Kirsten McMillan.
12:35am The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson CBS - Actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse; political commentator Chris Matthews.
"Sons Of Anarchy" pic via FX