Wednesday’s Prime Time Buzz

Here’s tonight’s prime time buzz:

Tonight at 8:00: Christine begins seeing a therapist who shares office space with Matthew, although it’s unclear to both whether to pursue therapy or romance, on THE NEW ADVENTURES OF OLD CHRISTINE.

Tonight at 8:30: Abby and Nick have their respective significant others spend time with Billie and Zack to prevent them from finding out about the surprise shower they are planning.  However, their plan backfires when both Billie and Zack dislike their new buddies, on ACCIDENTALLY ON PURPOSE.

Tonight at 9:00: While tracking a family annihilator, the BAU must seek advice from “The Fox,” one of the most horrific killers from the team’s past who has an ominous message for Agent Hotchner, on CRIMINAL MINDS.

Tonight at 10:00: In the culmination of a multi-episode mystery, Mac and his team uncover the dark lair of a murderous madman, the Compass Killer.  But as they race to save his fourth victim, the sunrise presents one final surprise that no one ever expected, on CSI: NY.

Tonight at 11:35 on THE LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN: Actor Ricky Gervais; turkey callers; musical guests The Whigs

Tuesday’s Prime Time Buzz

Here’s tonight’s prime time buzz:

Tonight at 8:00: With the team’s help, Vance faces his demons while uncovering a complex relationship with a killer that puts his whole family in danger, on NCIS.

Tonight at 9:00: As the courtyard is being transformed with holiday decorations, the NCIS team races to solve the murder of a Marine by an exploding cell phone and to find the remaining men of his former EOD (explosive ordnance disposal) unit before another deadly explosion kills someone else, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES.

Tonight at 10:00: Alicia gleans a bit more information about Peter’s fall from grace when she represents Glenn Childs’ wife, Marie Browning, in their divorce.  Meanwhile,  Will gets cozy with his opposing counsel, Emily, during a wrongful death suit against caustic TV commentator Duke Rosco, on THE GOOD WIFE.

Tonight at 11:35 on THE LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN: Actor Luke Wilson; Pam Stout, president of the Sandpoint Idaho Tea Party Patriots; musical guest Alan Jackson

Monday’s Prime Time Buzz

Here’s tonight’s prime time buzz:

Tonight at 8:00pm: When Robin and Barney break up, Barney pulls out all of his greatest tricks to get himself back into the dating scene, on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER.

Tonight at 8:30pm: To make Audrey happy, Jeff begrudgingly agrees to see a couple’s therapist. Meanwhile, Russell develops a crush on Timmy’s fiancé, on RULES OF ENGAGEMENT.

Tonight at 9:00pm: Chelsea invites her beautiful college roommate to stay at the house while she gets over a bad breakup, on TWO AND A HALF MEN.

Tonight at 9:30pm: With Leonard, Howard and Raj away camping in the desert, an injured Penny has only Sheldon to rely on, on THE BIG BANG THEORY.

And at 10:00pm: The CSIs recreate a night of bachelor party debauchery in order to solve a murder and find a missing groom, on CSI: MIAMI.

Tonight at 11:35pm on THE LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN: Actor Robin Williams; Paige Miles, the latest contestant voted off “American Idol”; musical guest Usher.

March Madness: Thursday & Friday

Okay, sports fans: get ready for more basketball on LIVE 5 NEWS.

Tonight at 7:00pm, Butler and Syracuse battle it out. At 9:57pm, Cornell takes on Kentucky. Both games will be carried on LIVE 5 WCSC, which means that LIVE 5 NEWS AT 7 and LIVE 5 NEWS AT 11 will move over to our second channel, LIVE 5+.

Then on Friday night, Tennessee and Ohio State go at it at 7:00pm, followed by the Purdue – Duke game at 9:57pm. Our 7pm and 11pm newscasts are also airing on Live 5+ this night as well.

Tuesday’s Prime Time Buzz

Here’s a quick look at tonight’s prime time lineup:

Tonight at 8:00pm: A murder investigation prompts Gibbs and the team to play family counselor to his former mentor, Mike Franks, in the hopes of preventing a bloody international conflict, on NCIS.

Tonight at 9:00pm: Forensic scientist Abby Sciuto joins the Los Angeles NCIS team when a murder case resembles the pattern for a serial killer she has been tracking, on a NCIS: LOS ANGELES.

Tonight at 10:00pm: When a judge overturns a simple plea deal that Alicia arranged, she looks into his motivation, and Diane is made an offer she can’t refuse (to Will’s delight), on THE GOOD WIFE.

Then at 11:35pm on THE LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN: Actor Ben Stiller; chef Jamie Oliver; musical guest Justin Bieber

Monday’s Prime Time Buzz

Here’s a quick look at tonight’s prime time lineup:

Tonight at 8:00pm: When Ted ruins Lily’s birthday dinner celebration by bringing a date, Lily goes to great lengths to keep her out of the traditional photo she takes every year of the gang, on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER.

Tonight at 8:30pm: Audrey is upset when Jeff reveals to her that he doesn’t believe she saw her dead grandmother’s ghost. Meanwhile, Russell tries to persuade Timmy not to go through with his arranged marriage, on RULES OF ENGAGEMENT.

Tonight at 9:00pm: Charlie has a return engagement with Chelsea’s best friend, while Alan has an unexpected effect on a new female patient, on TWO AND A HALF MEN.

Tonight at 9:30pm: Sheldon’s friends come to his aid when his fear of public speaking stands between him and a coveted award, on THE BIG BANG THEORY.

Tonight at 10:00pm: When Horatio’s son Kyle returns from war, he seeks his father’s help to solve a murder, on CSI: MIAMI.

Then at 11:35pm on THE LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN: Actor Greg Kinnear; Lacey Brown, the latest contestant voted off “American Idol”; musical guest Michael Buble; a Top Ten List presented by CBS News’ “The Early Show” Anchor Harry Smith.

Brady Welcomes Special Guest to Deal

He was television’s original big trader, the man who turned deal-making into daytime art. Now, Monty Hall is returning to the show that put him on the map: LET’S MAKE A DEAL.

Hall will appear on the show each day this week to host one special game with a contestant.

With producing partner Stefan Hatos, Hall brought LET’S MAKE A DEAL to television in 1963. It stayed on the air until 1977, spending part of that time on NBC, ABC and in syndication. An updated syndicated version aired from 1984 to 1986. In 1990, Hall returned for another cycle of the show. Another remake appeared in 2003, hosted by ACCESS HOLLYWOOD‘s Billy Bush, and Hall appeared as a guest on that edition.

So if you count up the decades the show was on the air — the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s, and now into the 10s — this week’s appearances mark the sixth decade the 88-year-old TV icon will have hosted the program.

Not many of us can say we’ve done the same job in six decades. Those special episodes of LET’S MAKE A DEAL air this week at 3:00pm on LIVE 5 WCSC.

March Madness: Saturday and Sunday

The Madness continues this weekend on LIVE 5 WCSC with NCAA Tournament basketball.

Here’s the lineup for Saturday’s games:

  • 1:05PM – St. Mary’s – Villanova
  • 3:35PM – Ohio U – Tennessee
  • 5:40PM – N. Iowa – Kansas
  • 8:15PM – Wake Forest – Kentucky

Then, on Sunday:

  • 12:10 Gonzaga – Syracuse
  • 2:20 Georgia Tech – Ohio State
  • 5:15 California – Duke

We hope your team is doing well, and we want to remind you to check out Hoops Frenzy!

March Madness: Friday & Saturday

March Madness continues Friday on LIVE 5 WCSC. Daytime soaps will not be shown, but they will pick up where they left off on Monday. LIVE 5 NEWS AT NOON, LIVE 5 NEWS AT 7 and LIVE 5 NEWS AT 11 will all be shown live on Live5+ at their normal times.

Here’s the lineup for Friday’s games:

  • 12:25pm Minnesota- Xavier
  • 2:35pm Missouri – Clemson
  • 7:25pm Arkansas Pine Bluff – Duke
  • 9:40pm Houston – Maryland

Then, on Saturday:

  • 1:05PM – St. Mary’s – Villanova
  • 3:35PM – Ohio U – Tennessee
  • 5:40PM – N. Iowa – Kansas
  • 8:15PM – Wake Forest – Kentucky

As soon as we get Sunday’s lineup of games, we’ll post them here as well, so be sure to visit this blog on Saturday after lunch!