For the week of March 9-March 15: Midseason premieres continue with the debuts of Castle and Kings, plus Clooney reportedly returns to ER. Online, take a trip down memory lane with television's most lovable family.
What to watch on television:
Monday, 8:00 p.m. ABC
What's more fun than watching celebrities try their hand at something that's foreign to them? Watching them get hurt! Kidding. But a celebrity's comeback is only one twisted ankle away from being ground to a halt on ABC's top reality show. And with Steve-O and Denise Richards on hand, we're hoping for some crazy antics and a few tantrums.
Monday, 10:00 p.m. ABC
The series premiere of ABC's new romantic dramedy is a solid introduction to this promising show. And we have the charming Nathan Fillion to thank for that. Fillion plays a pompous author who gets mixed up in police business, and loves it. And loves his fetching partner, played by the gorgeous Stana Katic.
Thursday 10:00 p.m. NBC
Word on the Internet street is that this episode features the return of George Clooney as Dr. Doug Ross. But even if Dr. Stud doesn't come back this week, there's still the return of Noah Wyle, Julianna Marguiles, and Eriq LaSalle. Plus Susan Sarandon guest stars. Who needs Clooney?
8 p.m., Supernatural
, 9 p.m. CW
OMG how long has it been since new episodes of Smallville
have been on? The answer: waaaaaaay too long.
Sunday, 8:00 p.m. NBC
Oh god, please NBC let this be as awesome as I hope it is. The series premiere of this ambitious new drama is two hours long, so buckle up and check out this tale of bravery, fame, and power.
What to watch on TV.com:
Ian McShane stars in this new soap/drama about making it to the top in high society.
McDreamy discovers he’s killed far too many patients in his career and decides to quit being a doctor for good. Say it ain’t so!
Bones and Booth go to a strip club together, but it’s strictly business.
Love and marriage the Bundys' way! In these episodes, Al doesn't want to have sex with Peg, Bud is horny, and Kelly is dumb.
Old friends reunite, but this time one of the doctors is on the sharp side of the scalpel.