May 20, 2010

TV TimeZ


E! opens a second season of Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami on June 13 at 10p. The new season will follow the sisters and Khloe's new husband L.A. Lakers star Lamar Odom as they add a new baby to the mix, manage their DASH boutique and discover new-found tensions between the trio


CBS introduced five new series to its 2010-2011 primetime line-up, including three dramas and two comedies.
CBS' new comedies:

  • $#*! My Dad Says - Series based on the Twitter feed by Justin Halpern, stars William Shatner as Ed Goodson, an opinionated dad who expresses himself with his unsolicited and politically incorrect observations to anyone who will listen. The plot involves a father/son relationship when Ed's son Henry moves in with him. From Warner Bros. Television.
  • Mike & Molly - Comedy from Chuck Lorre about a working-class couple who find each other at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting. Produced by Chuck Lorre Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.


Kyle MacLachlan is leaving his role on ABC's Desperate Housewives after four years. In the season finale episode last Sunday, MacLachlan's character, Orson, moved out of wife Bree's home

FOX: Bones at 8pm (finale); Fringe at 9pm (finale)
NBC: Community at 8pm; Parks and Recreation at 830pm; The Office at 9pm; 30 Rock at 930pm; The Marriage Ref at 10pm – (ALL finales)
ABC: Grey's Anatomy at 9pm (finale), Flashforward
CBS: CSI at 9pm (finale); The Mentalist at 10pm (finale)
CW: Smallville