Life (NBC) Interesting concept - once given life imprisonment for murder in a Silence Of The Lambs type of situation, man is found innocent and comes out to solve crimes with a multi-million dollar settlement in the bank. Kind of looks like Monk meets Moonlighting. Not enough to get my season long commitment.
Lost Worlds (HIST) Take a break from all the season premieres to watch a cool doc on Vikings (not the Minnesota kind).
Tonight Show w/Jay Leno (NBC) Steve Carell and Bright Eyes.
The Office (NBC) Dunder Mifflin is cursed? Season premiere is an hour long!
Smallville (CW) While you were busy with all the Thursday night comedies, Supergirl decided to make an appearance.
Numb3rs (CBS) Tony Scott directs and Val Kilmer shows up in a guest spot. It's like True Romance, Jr., right?
Moonlight (CBS) Sexy vampire show is relegated to Friday nights. Looks to be pretty derivative - even the title clues you in - it's a little Moonlighting meets Angel.
E! True Hollywood Story: John Stamos (E!) Goes good with a cold beer.
MAD TV (FOX) I know that SNL gets all the good guests, but how far has this show dropped to end up with a blogger? Perez Hilton guests.
TV-ON-DVD TO OWN: (to be released Sept. 25)
1. My Name is Earl: The Complete Second Season ($32.99 at Best Buy) The show went to a much better level with the season long story arcs.
2. The Streets of San Francisco: Season 1, Vol. 2. My review is coming soon.
3. Voltron: Defender of the Universe, Vol. 4 (Red Lion) ($19.99 at Best Buy)
4. Drawn Together: Season 2 ($19.99 at Best Buy) Uncensored for some reason.
5. Davey & Goliath: The Lost Episodes
In amazing news to ComicCon fans of "World's Worst Cartoons," Ralph Bakshi's Rocket Robin Hood will be released on October 23rd (all 52 episodes!). Volume Two of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones is due December 18, 2007 and includes 26 companion docs