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On TV this week, March 29-April 2

On TV this week


SEASON PREMIERE 10 Things I Hate About You, 8 p.m., ABC Family Kat and Patrick get suspended for skipping school, proving once and for all that Kat's not as big a nerd as everyone thinks.

Saving Grace, 10 p.m., TNT Holly Hunter's final nine episodes begin tonight, as Grace decides to hash things out with God after not dying in that fall. Don't you usually only talk with God if you do die in a fall?

Castle, 10 p.m., ABC Dana Delany wraps up her stint on this show while her Desperate Housewives character is in the looney bin. Spoiler alert: She doesn't become a lesbian on this show, too.


Frontline, 10 p.m., WEDU Martin Smith goes to Port-au-Prince just days after the Jan. 12 earthquake to show you what happens in a country where the government really is wasteful, inefficient and ineffective.

V, 10 p.m., ABC The reptilians are back, but will the audience return? Considering this hasn't been on for months, we're betting not. And we loved the original as kids so much, too.

The Millionaire Matchmaker, 10 p.m., Bravo Patti has to fight with a client who just wants a woman to slave away in the kitchen while he watches the big game. It's obvious he only got on the show so she could yell at him. Wait, that's every client.


Accidentally on Purpose, 8:30 p.m., CBS To celebrate a new time slot, Abby and Davis decide to let their significant others hang out with Billie and Zack. And here we thought Abby and Davis liked those two.

High Society, 9 p.m., CW Paul is all distraught because he gets name-checked on Page Six. We knew rich folks were paying attention to the New York Post!

SEASON PREMIERE In Plain Sight, 10 p.m., USA Donnie Wahlberg shows up to say hi to Mary Shannon, who is recovering from almost being shot to death last season. And by saying hi, we mean he's a witness she has to protect.


Fringe, 9 p.m., Fox New episodes start, bringing to light details that there is a neighboring world that mirrors everything. Ugh, you mean there is more than one Rush Limbaugh and Keith Olbermann?

SERIES PREMIERE The Fugitive Chronicles, 10 p.m., A&E This series follows some of the most thrilling real-life fugitive chases throughout history. Like the Ranger's eternal hunt for Yogi Bear, who was famous for stealing picnic baskets.

MINISERIES PREMIERE The Known Universe, 10 p.m., NatGeo In case you ever took Armageddon or Deep Impact a little too seriously, the first of this six-part series shows what's being done to defend the planet from asteroids threatening Earth.


Who Do You Think You Are?, 8 p.m., NBC Brooke Shields finds out she's descended from European aristocracy. As if celebrities needed any more reasons to be uppity.

Stargate Universe, 9 p.m., SyFy New episodes for all the geeks start tonight. Col. Young's consciousness is sent into some unknown being while he tries to use the communication stones. Yeah, say something about us calling you geeks.

SERIES PREMIERE Miami Medical, 10 p.m., CBS They took the medical show dartboard, threw some pins and came up with: A former military surgeon (played by a British actor) joins a trauma team in a major metro area. At least Stargate Universe sounds original.

— Joshua Gillin

On TV this week, March 29-April 2 03/26/10 [Last modified: Sunday, March 28, 2010 6:25pm]
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