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Monday Night

FOX American Embassy - Arija Bareikis stars as Emma Brody, a young woman from Toledo, Ohio who accepts a job at the U.S. embassy in London. [Debuts in February at 9 p.m.] Formerly titled "Emma Brody
TNT Witchblade - Encore of the first season of the hit drama series, on Mondays at 9 p.m. (ET/PT). Beginning January 21, the two-hour series pilot will air. Series episodes 1-11 will also air Mondays at 9 p.m. beginning with the first episode on Monday, January 28.

Tuesday Night

NBC

Imagine That - Hank Azaria stars as self-effacing TV writer Josh Miller, who mines his own rich fantasy life for comic inspiration. Other characters include Wendy (Jayne Brook), Josh's power lawyer wife; Josh's self-absorbed boss, Barb (Katey Sagal);  Josh's partner, Kenny (Joshua Malina); and Tabitha (Julia Schultz),  a sexy new assistant. Suzy Nakamura and David Pressman also star. 

Wednesday Night
WB

Glory Days -Eddie Cahill as author Mike Dolan who returns his hometown Lake Glory to write a second novel. Unfortunately, the town's residents give him a cold welcome because of the way he portrayed the them in his first novel. 

Thursday Night

FOX

That 80's Show - Half-hour comedy focusing on a group of twenty-somethings finding their way through the '80s in San Diego. The cast of characters include Corey  (Glenn Howerton) and ssiter, Katie  (Tinsley Grimes) who live with their Dad RT  (Geoff Pierson); Corey's friend Roger (Eddie Shin); Corey's ex Sophia (Britanny Daniel) who hangs at the Club Piranha; Margaret, Corey's boss who owns  Permanent Record, the music store where he works; and the new girl, Tuesday (Chyler Leigh), a punk rocker who sports a Mohawk and attitude to match. 

Friday Night

   
CBS

First Monday - Revolves around the U.S. Supreme Court's nine justices, whose momentous decisions make history - and headlines. Associate Justice Joe Novelli, (Joe Mantegna) a new addition to the bench, will have a pivotal role in an evenly split court of four conservatives and four liberals. Also starring is James Garner (The Rockford Files) as Chief Justice Thomas Brankin, a staunch conservative, and Charles Durning (O Brother, Where Art Thou?) as Justice Henry Hoskins, one of Brankin's closest allies. 

Saturday Night

SCI

Legend of the Rangers - Sequel to the sci-fi series BABYLON 5 premiering on the Sci Fi Channel on January 19, 2002. The action adventure series follow the exploits of Dylan Neal as Captain Martel, the pilot of the starship Liandra who brings galactic law and order in the aftermath the Shadow Wars. His crew consists of  Rangers, a specially trained police force composed of both humans and aliens. "The Live for the One. They Die for the One."

Sunday Night

 

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