Monday, January 31
8/7c | Chuck (NBC) | Series bosses Chris Fedak and Josh Schwartz told HitFix.com that the final scenes of this midseason finale “are the best 10 minutes of Chuck ever.” Add that to what Zach teased in hit TVLine Q&A, and color us intrigued!
8 pm | Human Target (Fox) | Briefly sidelined by Idol, Chance & Co. swing back into action on this special night, then again on Wednesday.
9 pm | Lie To Me (Fox) | Cal takes
Ha! Unlikely. We are talking about Troy and Abed, for goodness sake. But it does make for a sweet storyline in Community‘s second annual Valentine’s Day installment.
“There’s [a Valentine's] episode where Troy and Abed fight over a girl,” Donald Glover tells us. Add Danny Pudi, “It’s a fight that really tests our friendship — but in true Troy and Abed fashion,
The series was conceived by Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick, the creative team behind shows like thirtysomething, Once and Again, and My So-Called Life. The show follows the life of online writer Dylan Krieger (Bitsie Tulloch) and her friends. The rest of the cast includes Kevin Christy, Scott Michael Foster, Michelle Lombardo, Maite Schwartz, Barrett Swatek, and David Walton.
The quarterlife series began as a group of eight-minute episodes that debuted online via MySpace.com. During the writers strike, NBC made a deal to group several segments together and run them in primetime as hour-long episodes.
The series kicked off on NBC with a special preview episode on Tuesday night. Unfortunately, few cared or watched -- quarterlife attracted a dismal 3.1 million viewers and a 1.3 rating/4 share with the 18-49 demographic. This represents a 17-year
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