Monday, June 09, 2008

Radio From Hell SumCap 6.9.08

The summary/recap of this morning's Radio From Hell TV report on X96:

Tonight 6.9
Nashville Star
(NBC) Season Premiere: Miley Cyrus' dad hosts; Murray's Charlie Jenkins is a contestant. It's American Country-Music Idol, but even worse than that sounds.

Roman Polanski: Wanted & Desired (HBO) Filmmaker Marina Zenovich examines the statutory rape case involving director Roman Polanski--more summer fun from HBO!

Tuesday 6.10
Oxygen 25-iest: Power Couples
(Oxygen) Debut: We've now reached the limit on shows with people you may have heard of spewing snarky pop-cultural references in lists.

Work Out (Bravo) Season Finale: Probably more drama than working out. Just a guess.

Wednesday 6.11
Celebrity Circus
(NBC) Antonio Sabato Jr., Blu Cantrell, Christopher Knight, Janet Evans, Jason "Wee Man" Acuna, Rachel Hunter and Stacey Dash attempt death-defying stunts in a head-to-head competition in front of a live studio audience; hosted by former N'Syncer Joey Fat One.

Men In Trees (ABC) Series Finale: Say buh-bye to Anne Heche forever.

Top Chef (Bravo) Season Finale: There can be only one!

Thursday 6.12
The Bill Engvall Show, My Boys
(TBS) Season Premieres: TBS unearthed the Sitcom Generator 1000, entered “husband, wife, three kids, wacky neighbor,” got back this formless lump of a show and cast anyone wandering near the production lot. My Boys cruises on the charm of star Jordana Spiroand sporadic flashes of Comedy Gold (usually via co-star Jim Gaffigan).
Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List (Bravo) Season Premiere: Immediately following Bravo’s A-List Awards (perhaps you’ve caught some of the 386 hourly commercials for it across the NBC/Universal cable spectrum), it’s the fourth-season premiere of Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List! Just because I find her hysterical doesn’t make me gay … right?

Friday 6.13
Battlestar Galactica
(Sci-Fi) Mid-Season Finale: The halfway point of the fourth and final season of Battlestar Galactica … take a moment, if you must … falls on Friday the 13th? That can’t be good. Even though this episode is titled “Revelations” (oh, you bastards), don’t expect The Biggies to be unveiled until the BSG homestretch run in 2009.

Saturday 6.14
Dana Carvey: Squatting Monkeys Tell No Tales
(HBO) No, he’s not dead.

Sunday 6.15
The 62nd Annual Tony Awards
(CBS) The ceremony honors excellence on Broadway; the casts of Rent and The Lion King are scheduled to perform; Whoopi Goldberg hosts. So, Hugh Jackman-free?

1 comment:

Mark said...

hello, do you or carry have another blog besides this one that mainly focuses on tv?

maybe on politics/religion/etc.?

-mark