What's On Tonight? - Thursday, September 24

Check in with us daily to see what's new tonight on TV.

My pick for tonight: The Office. It never lets me down.


7:00 PM
CTV The Vampire Diaries
(Primetime starts at 7 in Canada, you know.)

8:00 PM
NBC Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday
FOX Bones
THE CW The Vampire Diaries
CBS / GLOBAL Survivor
ABC Flash Forward
(Series premiere.)
CTV CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
(Season premiere, an hour earlier than CBS, what-what.)
Pedal Power
(Because with all the awesome new TV on tonight, I know you want to watch a documentary about bicycles.)

8:30 PM
NBC / CITY Parks & Recreation

9:00 PM
NBC / GLOBAL The Office
FOX Fringe
THE CW Supernatural
CBS CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
(Season premiere.)
ABC Grey's Anatomy
(Two-hour season premiere.)
CBC Battle for the Arctic
(Rich reserves of oil and gas, the new Cold War, etc.)
TLC Police Women of Broward County

9:30 PM
NBC / CITY Community
GLOBAL Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday

10:00 PM
NBC / CITY The Jay Leno Show
CBS The Mentalist
(Season premiere.)
GLOBAL 90210
(Canadian airing of Tuesday's episode.)
BRAVO The Real Housewives of Atlanta
FX It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
LIFETIME Project Runway

11:00 PM
LIFETIME Models of the Runway

Original Comments Posted (3)

metal2000 says...

Just want to point out that I highly recommend checking out the Flash Forward premiere if anyone has room in their schedule/on their PVR. I really like both Survivor and Bones -- not to mention the NBC comedies -- but Flash Forward is an absolute winner. It's got some big mysteries and questions, but has a bit of a gritty and "real" feel to it (unlike the much more fantastical Lost). The premiere is great!

Sep 24, 2009 6:02pm

ariana says...

I had never heard of it until I did this post today. I still have no idea what it's about. I assume time travel?

Sep 24, 2009 6:26pm

metal2000 says...

Created by David S. Goyer (who worked on the scripts for Batman Begins and The Dark Knight), the premise is that at the exact same moment, all of humanity "blacks out" for exactly 2 minutes 17 seconds. This of course causes mass destruction worldwide, but while they're out, everyone sees/experiences the exact same 2 minutes 17 seconds, about 6 months into the future. So it's part sci-fi, part mystery, part action. It stars Joseph Fiennes, John Cho, and a host of other great actors.

Sep 25, 2009 2:26am

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