Why do they say all that stuff at weddings about "sickness and health, richer or poorer, 'til death do you part?" They say it because at some point, you'll both get sick, you very well might be poor, and you'll never sleep with anyone else ever again . . . because you're going to be with each other until you die. Doesn't marriage sound fun?
Kitchen Nightmares, Peter's
Gordon Ramsay, famed chef and star of Hell's Kitchen, is taking off his apron and stepping out of his own kitchen to rescue restaurant owners in crisis. You haven't seen a nightmare quite like this one: In this sizzling new unscripted series, Chef Ramsay hits the road, exposing restaurants that are barely staying afloat. Whether it's due to lazy chefs, temperamental wait staff or unsanitary kitchens, the owners of these restaurants are losing business . . . and their minds. Each week, Chef Ramsay will try to turn one uninviting, deserted eatery into the hippest, most sought-after venue in town.
Back to You Pilot
In the '90s, the local TV news scene in Pittsburgh was dominated by anchors Chuck Darling and Kelly Carr. Off-screen, Chuck was a bit of a womanizer; Kelly, a bit uptight. As years went on, Chuck was promoted from city to city, but when an embarrassing newscast tirade ends up on the Internet, Chuck finds himself looking for work. When he gets the call to again co-anchor with Kelly, it's an offer he can't refuse. Back in Pittsburgh, Chuck is introduced to some new co-workers: Montana Stevens, the sexy, somewhat inept weather anchor, and Ryan Church, the overstressed news director. There are also familiar faces such as Marsh McGinley, the inappropriate sports anchor, and field reporter Gary Crezyzewski. But, mostly, there's Kelly, now a single mom to 10-year-old Gracie who, unbeknownst to Chuck, is the result of his drunken one-night rendezvous with Kelly when they worked together years ago.
Two years after Hurricane Katrina, an unlikely and heroic partnership between two police officers, Marlin Boulet and Trevor Cobb, is born. Battling an upsurge of violence, understaffing of police forces, and a lack of crime labs and other facilities, the cops who remain in the New Orleans Police Department have courage to burn and a passion to reclaim and rebuild their city. Through its no-holds-barred crime stories and dramatic personal stories, this intriguing story takes viewers from the Victorian mansions of the Garden District to the rubble of the Lower Ninth Ward.
Prison Break. Season premiere.
Just when they thought they were out, they are pulled back in - for the most dangerous escape ever. Entering its dramatic and action-packed third season, Prison Break finds Michael Scofield wrongly incarcerated in Sona, a hellish Panamanian prison where there are no rules, no guards, and no escape.