The CW has dumped its Sunday night programming by Media Rights Capital and will replace it with various repeats including the canceled CBS fan favorite Jericho, reports Broadcasting & Cable. Beginning Nov. 30, Valentine, Easy Money, 4 Real and In Ha »»
After season one, Jericho was canceled. There were some complaining fans but at first it looked like it would be just another good show that just didn't have the ratings. But then the fans got organized and flooded CBS with 40,000 lbs. worth of nuts. Three weeks later, the series was resurrected from the dead as a mid-season replacement. CBS only gave them a seven-episode order for season two though. Would Jericho's quality suffer when forced to tell their story in a greatly compressed time frame? »»
Rarely do we get to see more then three of four title belts on the line at a single PPV unless we are experiencing the "granddaddy of them all," WrestleMania. Last year that changed as the PPV formerly known as Vengeance would begin to incorporate a trend of producing nothing but title matches for the whole wrestling card. The WWE wanted the champions to either risk everything for the belts around their waists or lose them to someone who wanted it more. This type of event could only go by one name and that's Night Of Champions. »»
Now that the strike is over, you probably want to know when your favorite "scripted" television shows will be coming back to the air with new episodes. The networks have quietly begun outlining plans to salvage what's left of the current TV season and here is what they have come up with...
***However, schedule is subject to change at any moment***
Last month another TV season ended. It was another interesting one. But who exactly came out on top? Which shows climbed to the top of the mountain and looked down at all of its fallen foes in "TV Rerun Hell"? Which shows got cut too soon and which »»