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Mondays & Fridays 8/7c
The international hit game show continues on Mondays and Fridays! Join host Howie Mandel for an exhilarating game-show rush from the producers of "Fear Factor" and "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"! Plus, play online and you could win $10,000. Visit the official site click here.
New Night, Fridays 9/8c
Television's hottest destination moves to Fridays, starting March 3rd. Watch highlights, get music info and more, click here.
From Emmy Award winner Dick Wolf ("Law & Order" franchise), this new NBC drama focuses on the frenetic lives of young Manhattan assistant district attorneys and the challenging, emotional cases they confront. The complexities of the cases are matched by the personalities of those who prosecute them. Cool yet dedicated Alexandra Cabot (Stephanie March, "Law & Order") has returned to the New York City District Attorney’s office as a bureau chief after an extended stint in witness protection. Click here to visit the official site.
Series Premiere, Wednesday, March 22nd 10/9c
This fast-paced drama from acclaimed director Doug Liman ("Mr. & Mrs. Smith," "The Bourne Identity") is driven by unforgettable characters, intense action, high comedy and surprising romance. Professional thief Mickey O’Neil (Dougray Scott) assembles an expert team of career criminals to attempt one of the biggest heists in history. Their plan: simultaneously rob three of the most renowned jewelry stores on Beverly Hills’ famed Rodeo Drive during Academy Awards week. As this intricate web of deceit unfolds, we learn that there is more than mere monetary gain fueling Mickey’s actions.
Series Premiere, Tuesday March 28 following Scrubs
Modern education isn't easy. It takes everything for Filmore High School English teacher Jeff (Justin Bartha, "National Treasure") to get through a day, when he's surrounded by a school administration mired in bureaucratic red tape and apathetic teachers who adhere to absurd and antiquated rules. And that's only after he's done contending with his class of text-messaging, video-gaming, short-attention-span students who refuse to crack open a book. However, Jeff's a rule-breaker and a wise guy - and he might just be the best teacher these students will ever have.