What's on TV These Days? - 17 January 2008.

January is coming to a close, and at this point, a lot of shows have already resumed airing new episodes- despite the ongoing writers' strike.

For those of you who have been keeping tabs on TV, waiting for your new shows to come back, it won't be much longer anymore- you have a few good shows already going on, such as The Sarah Connor Chronicles, the second season of Jericho, to name a few.

Grey's Anatomy is finally back- we're currently on our 11th episode for Season 4. Also, we also have new episodes of My Name Is Earl. I have to wonder, though, do they have enough episodes stocked up until the strike is resolved? Or are we going to see the new episodes come in trickles once again? Suspense kills, huh?

Grey's Anatomy, you can catch on Thursdays on ABC, while you can catch My Name Is Earl on NBC that same night. For those with a reality fix, Project Runway season 4 is ongoing (we're already on episode eight, so you may have a lot of catching up to do), as well as the seventh season of The Apprentice- Celebrity Apprentice at that, which could be interesting.

For fans of the NBC reality show, we're on our second episode so far, so you can still catch up. Check your local listings on when to catch Celebrity Apprentice. You can catch Project Runway on BravoTV.

Now as far as the late night scene is concerned, I've been a huge fan of Late Night with Conan o'Brien. Conan Christopher o'Brien is back- apparently with much more facial hair. While you're at it, check out a very entertaining feature of him on Entertainment Weekly, as well as his diary on the ongoing writers' strike.

I'm keeping my eyes peeled for new episodes from our favorite shows coming out. You'll read it here when we get something.

Later, everyone. Cheers!



Just A Regular Dude Watching TV

I might be a media guy, but my field is really more into radio and marketing more than anything else. For the most part, it means that what I know about television is pretty much stuff just about anyone can know- so don't expect me to go technical or anything.

I'm just a regular dude who just happens to appreciate me some good TV.

TV has so much to offer- a show I like might not exactly appeal to your tastes and vice versa. And that's the beauty of it all- with just so much TV going on, there's definitely something for everyone out there. We even have our own guilty pleasures- and that's just all good.

Feel free to share your thoughts on whatever TV show you like (or don't like). As long as you're all mature about it, with a genuine desire to inform, educate, or just someone with an honest opinion- come, sit and let's talk about TV.

Cheers, everyone.

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