8 pm/ET Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network launches the first part of its new "CN Real" block of reality programming tonight with the premiere of this spooky new series in which five teens armed with high-tech gear investigate creepy locations that are rumored to be haunted. Their first stop is the Lincoln Heights Jail in Los Angeles, which is said to house the spirits of dead prisoners. After each investigation, the team posts the findings on the show's Web site, and viewers can vote on whether or not they believe the place is truly haunted.
Read on for previews of The Queen and I, Top Chef Masters, Shaq & Cedric the Entertainer's All Star Comedy Jam and I Survived a Japanese Game Show.
Surviving Suburbia is barely living up to its name. After performing tepidly in its first Tuesday-at-9:30 try-out and then getting sidelined for a week with the promise of a return to that time slot, the Bob Saget series is being relocated to Fridays, starting June 12.
Joining Suburbia for the move is its Tuesday lead-in, The Goode Family. The animated series has underperformed as well, collecting critical raspberries and mustering just 2.7 million viewers in its latest outing.
Filling the Tuesday gap in the coming week will be ...
First, some good news before the bad: July is less than a week away, and a month that once upon a time signified the absolute doldrums for TV fans now looms like an oasis of bountiful pleasures, with returning shows on the horizon including The Closer, Burn Notice, the Monk-Psych combo, and the piece de resistance of Mad Men's second season. (Youll also want to add HBOs gripping Generation Kill docudrama miniseries to your calendar.) Naturally, this is all on cable, but this is still especially good news after the dismal reality circus of June, capped by the current weeks onslaught of ridiculous time-wasters.More than ever, Ive been feeling trapped in a bizarro world, as if Id bought a subscription to a season of To Each Their Own theater. I know there are people out there who get their jollies at watching elaborate and messy pratfalls accompanied by snarky commentarythe model being Spikes MXC, which I found mildly amusing until ...