For the week of April 13-April 19: On television, the anticipated return of Prison Break is the week's top story, with the premiere of Sit Down, Shut Up a close second. Online, TV.com has clips of Bravo's favorite D-Lister and a young Jessica Alba playing with dolphins.
What to watch on television:
Monday, 8:00 p.m. ABC Family
Casey asks her professor (guest star Janeane Garofalo) to help her smooth things out with her ex and her new beau, and Rusty meets a new girl. But the new "it" guy (Jesse McCartney) moves in on his turf!
Tuesday, 9:00 p.m. The CW
Tori Spelling returns to Beverly Hills as Donna, and Juno
screenwriter Diablo Cody gets her wish to guest-star on one of her favorite shows. So what happens in the episode? Teen drama... lots of it!
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. Fox
Just listen to this episode's description: Brennan and Booth delve into the world of death metal music in an effort to discover who killed the bassist of an underground death metal band, whose skeleton was found being used as a stage prop by another death metal band in Norway. YESSS!
Friday, 9:00 p.m. Fox
comes back from hiatus and begins winding down its four-year run. In this episode, Michael and Sara head to Miami and Lincoln visits his mom. Hey, I thought these guys were supposed to be in prison!?
Sunday, 8:30 p.m. Fox
This new animated show takes over for the long-running King of the Hill
, but we think it may be a good job filling the hole. From Arrested Development
's Mitch Hurwitz, Sit Down
follows a group of teachers who just don't care about the students. Lovely!
What to watch on TV.com:
Join a pre-teen Jessica Alba in her adventures with Flipper--the friendliest dolphin! You can watch season one right here. Did we mention pre-teen Jessica Alba?
Whoa! 90’s sitcom stars Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence are all grown up and getting hitched in this ABC Family movie, airing Sunday April 19th at 8 p.m.
Check out clips and interviews for this new animation comedy, premiering this Sunday in the middle of new Simpsons
and Family Guy
No, really, she will. Check out a clip of her sixth comedy special, airing right before Bravo’s A-List awards--which Kathy Griffin just so happens to host.
Bob Saget is back as a daddy on a sitcom but he's no Danny Tanner.