Gregory Haerr, Secret Millionaire
8 pm/ET Fox
Millionaires work anonymously — and for the minimum wage — alongside folks they don't ordinarily see in their corner offices in this feel-good reality series.
Read on for previews of Million Dollar Password, Celebrity Rehab, Faith Hill, Joy to the World: A Soundstage Special Event and LA Ink.
Birds of Prey, Fastlane and Tiny Toons courtesy Warner Home Video
While June may be my birthday month thereby the best month ever July brought with it some of the greatest DVD gifts a TV addict could ask for. Including some long-awaited arrivals, as well as two takes on L.A.'s prettiest people. So if you missed any of them, get with the program. Just don't ask to borrow mine. 'Cause I'm not sharing these goodies! Damian HolbrookFastlane Finally! Fox's uber-fab cars-and-cops series parks itself on shelves, complete with Peter Facinelli in low-rider leather pants, Bill Bellamy doing drama almost better than he does comedy, and a scorchin' attitude. In fact, the only thing missing is the "Amber" from Tiffani Thiessen, who is still pretty hot as the ex-junkie in charge of the Candy Shop, a sort of sexed-up Batcave for her bad-boy employees. And yes, Pervy McPervesters... the Thiessen-Jaime Pressly hot-tub smooch is intact. Buy Fastlane on Amazon.comTiny Toon Adventures They're tiny, they're tooney, they're all a lit...
The Munsters courtesy Universal
New releases announced today, July 18:LA Ink - Season 1, Volume 2 will be coming out October 21 Munsters - The Complete Series will be coming out October 7 Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items.
L.A. Ink - Season 1 by Chris Cuffara/TLC
New releases announced today, April 5:The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet - The Best of Ricky & Dave will be coming out June 10 L.A. Ink - Season 1 will be coming out July 22 Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items.
LA Ink by Chris Cuffara/TLC
• For starters, Tuesday's premiere of L.A. Ink averaged 2.9 million viewers, making it TLC's most-watched series debut since January 2003's What Not to Wear.• Moving to Wednesday night, CBS' Power of 10 (7.8 million) suffered a bit of an outage, losing 15 percent of its premiere audience. Still, its numbers were markedly higher than what the Eye was getting this summer in the Wednesdays-at-8 slot.• So You Think You Can Dance (7.6 mil), despite drawing nearer to the finale, dipped 600K. Last Comic Standing (5.9 mil) also dropped, to the tune of 900 thou.• Don't Forget the Lyrics! (8.8 mil) earned that exclamation point, adding a mil week-to-week.• ABC's Knights of Prosperity double-header averaged 2.2 mil, or less than half of what the Alphabet was drawing with Jim repeats/American Inventor. The Nine (1.9 mil) dropped 1.3 mil from its previous week's return audience.