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Next month as many families across the country are beginning to gather for the big Christmas countdown, Fox will premiere a game show that will feature two contestants trying to hang onto a huge pile of cash.
In comprising such a list, the staff here at Blend Television found that it was just as easy to come up with a list of shows that went on way past their prime. Shows that started off great
The DSi killer, better known as the Apple iPod Touch, is receiving some casual-ware for its casual consumers. The latest gaming addition to Apple’s multi-purpose devices is Deal or No Deal: Million Dollar Mission, based on the hit show on NBC. The game is currently available on iTunes’ store.
I still find myself completely engrossed with this show whenever I stumble across it. I’d be lying if I said that learning someone will finally win the million didn’t cause me to feel a lot more excited than I should be given we’re talking about the season premiere of a game show but whatever.
Fall’s not that far away and as the summer shows are beginning to wrap up, I’ve been finding myself wondering when to expect some of my favorite shows to return from the summer hiatus. So I figure now’s as good a time as any to get started on the big premiere schedule. We’ll be posting previews for all of the new and returning shows this season and as always, the schedule is a work in progress.
I know there’s no real skill involved with the show but I think it’s the simplicity of it (and that crazy way they build up the tension as the cases are opened) that makes it entertaining for me. Plus, who doesn’t love Howie Mandel? Anyway, my game show preferences are hardly relevant here. The real news is that at the end of the month, Deal or No Deal will be airing a special Star Wars themed episode.
It’s network upfront season, which means the networks will be unveiling their upcoming primetime lineups. NBC recently released their new schedule for fall 2008 through summer 2009. While it’s a little too early to start setting your DVRs, the schedule looks promising and there are quite a few new series included on the schedule.
NBC had its upfront presentation today, where it unveiled its schedule for next season. In addition to new shows such as The Office spinoff we previously reported on, many fan favorites will be returning next season. Chief among those is Friday Night Lights, the low-rated, but beloved high school football series. FNL will be returning for a 3rd season, but won’t premiere until the winter.
Strike or no strike, NBC wont be entirely without new programming come this January. Sure, Heroes may be off the air for the rest of the season, having wrapped up “Volume 2” earlier this week but the Peacock has a few series (some new, some returning) up its sleeve to fill the airwaves come this January.
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