January 2008

Monday, January 7
10 p.m. – Medium – “And Then” – SEASON PREMIERE

In the Season 4 premiere, Allison has creepy visions of a boy being kidnapped from a toy store. Banished from her DA job because her psychic abilities were made public, Allison turns to a private investigator (guest star Anjelica Huston) to help find the child. Meanwhile, young Ariel tries to score the lead role in a school play; and a jobless Joe goes searching for employment.

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Monday, January 7

8 p.m. – Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann – SERIES PREMIERE

In this two-hour premiere, Dancing with the Stars judges and renowned choreographers Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba put their reputations on the line as they search for America’s most talented amateur performers – who can both dance and sing – in a massive nationwide hunt. They’ll create two rival teams and battle it out on the dance floor to form the ultimate performance group. The six-week series is hosted by Season 2 Dancing with the Stars winner Drew Lachey.

Sunday, January 6
10 p.m. – Law & Order: Criminal Intent – “Untethered”

Goren’s inmate nephew believes he witnessed a murder, so Goren goes undercover in a mental ward to investigate the possible crime.

Sunday, January 6
9 p.m. – Desperate Housewives – “Welcome To Kanagawa”

With Mrs. McCluskey’s house completely destroyed, Lynette faces the possibility that her family and Ida Greenberg may not have survived. Katherine finds out that someone knows the truth about her mysterious past while the residents of Wisteria Lane begin to rebuild their lives after the deadly tornado.

Saturday, January 5

4:30 p.m. – NFL Wild Card Game #1

Washington Redskins @ Seattle Seahawks

Saturday, January 5
8 p.m. – NFL Wild Card Game #2

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Sunday, January 6

1 p.m. – NFL Wild Card Game #3

New York Giants @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sunday, January 6
4:30 p.m. – NFL Wild Card Game #4

Tennessee Titans @ San Diego Chargers

Friday, January 4

10 p.m. – Without a Trace – “Two of Us”

The team searches for a teenaged girl who disappeared during her prom after she reportedly went to rest in her hotel room upstairs.

Thursday, January 3

10 p.m. – ER – “Status Quo”

Canadian Gloria Reuben (1-800-Missing) reprises her role as Jeanie Boulet. When a young woman comes in with a badly hurt ankle, Sam is shocked when she finds out how much they have in common. A familiar face to the ER, Jeanie Boulet, rushes into County General after her son Carlos takes a fall during gym class. Meanwhile, Pratt finds himself wanting to quit his job when the higher-ups at the hospital don’t take him seriously.

Wednesday, January 2
9 p.m. – Law & Order – “Called Home/Darkness” – TWO-HOUR SEASON PREMIERE

Kidnapped stars Jeremy Sisto and Linus Roache join the cast as Detective Lupo and Michael Cutter. After four years abroad, Detective Lupo returns to the United States to find that his brother has committed suicide by lethal injection. Before the case is closed, another man is found dead, having killed himself in an identical fashion. Lieutenant Van Buren permits Lupo to work the case alongside fellow Detective Ed Green. Lupo and Green are suspicious of a recent parolee formerly known as “Dr. Death,” and through further investigation believe “Dr. Death’s” daughter could be a follower of her father’s work.

Wednesday, January 2

8 p.m. – Gossip Girl – “School Lies”

Serena, Blair, Nate, Chuck and their entourage break into the school swimming pool for a night of fun, but when a member of their group nearly drowns, the school threatens to expel the person responsible for the break-in. Everyone agrees to keep a secret pact and say nothing, but that ultimately creates major tension between Serena and Dan, who isn’t sure he’s ready to take the fall for someone else. Meanwhile, Vanessa is working on a documentary project about private schools and accidentally captures Blair and Chuck discussing their affair, and Lily contemplates telling Rufus how she really feels about him.

Tuesday, January 1
10 p.m. – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit – “Streetwise”

Park Avenue socialite Shelby Crawford’s body is found in NYC’S Central Park, and Benson and Stabler initially suspect her wealthy boyfriend. But when Shelby’s priceless earrings turn up in a pawnshop, the detectives realize someone wants to cash in on her death. While questioning a former classmate of the murdered woman, Benson and Stabler are led to two leaders of a homeless community.