Weekly TV Tips

2010-01-14 15:38
Monday 1 March
Catch: About Schmidt – SABC 2 22h00
The great Jack Nicholson plays Warren Schmidt, a man in his 60s with a wasted life behind him and an uncertain future before him.

Can: Grey's Anatomy – M-Net 19h30
I know, we were all over the moon when Grey's returned in January, but the season so far has turned out to be a big disappointment. The drama and suspense must have gone to the grave with George. 

Tuesday 2 March
Catch:  Dexter – M-Net 21h30
Everyone's favourite serial killer is back with his family in tow in the fourth season. Brush up on your facts with our Dexter Quiz.

Can: Medical Detectives – e tv 17h30
25 minutes spent recounting the facts of an unsolved murder and then five minutes explaining how they got away with it. It's just too heartbreaking to see TV time abused in this heinous way...

Wednesday 3 March
Catch: Without A Trace – SABC 2 22h00
If you aren't 'into' this show yet, give it a go. Starring Anthony LaPaglia and Roselyn Sanchez as part of an FBI unit solving missing persons cases.

Can: Underworld: Rise of The Lycans – M-Net 21h30
Sure, vampires are all the craze right now, but ZZZ-lister Rhona Mitra trying to be Kate Beckinsale is just insulting .  

Thursday 4 March
Catch: Win A Date with Tad Hamilton!   – e tv 20h00
Kate Bosworth and That 70s Show's Topher Grace star in this cute romcom about a waitress who wins a date with her celebrity crush. Wish that'd happen to us! 

Can: State of Mind – SABC 2 19h30
A mediocre drama about a psychiatrist with a cheating husband. It didn't even last one season in the US.  

Friday 5 March
Catch: Lie To Me - M-Net 20h00
A super-smart guy helps catch bad guys with his freaky ability to tell when people are lying. It's fascinating.

Can: Project Runway  – M-Net Series 20h00
Heidi Klum's pet project where she thinks she helps turn ordinary people into famous fashion designers.

Tired of channel hopping? Is your info button looking a bit worse for wear? We tell you what to catch and what to skip on the small screen this week.

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