“Clubhouse,” a new drama series starring Jeremy Sumpter
airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. Sumpter plays Pete Young, a 16-year-old
without a father who lands a batboy job with his favorite baseball
“CSI: NY” airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. This fast-paced
crime drama stars Gary Sinise and Melinda Kanakaredes as detectives
scrambling to solve the most complicated crimes in New York.
NBC teamed up with the producers of “Shrek” to make the
computer-generated comedy “Father of the Pride,”
starring white lions who perform for Siegfried and Roy in Las
Vegas. Voices talents include John Goodman, Cheryl Hines and Dave
Herman. This series premiered Tuesday, Aug. 31, at 9 p.m.
“Joey” premieres Thursday, Sept. 9, at 8 p.m. starring
Matt LeBlanc, who flees to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career.
Joey moves in with his nephew and reunites with his sister, hoping
to succeed in Hollywood with his charming people skills.
A reality series, “The Benefactor,” starring
billionaire businessman Mike Cuban premieres Monday, Sept. 13, at 8
p.m. Sixteen candidates will compete for a million dollars. Cuban,
who is giving away the money, will test the candidates emotionally
and intellectually before selecting who deserves the million the
“Desperate Housewives” will premiere Sunday, Sept. 26,
at 9 p.m. and takes a somewhat dark look at the secrets that are
kept behind the closed doors of five suburban housewives. All close
friends, a divorced single mom (Teri Hatcher), an ex-career woman
(Felicity Huffman), an ex-model (Gabrielle Solis), a perfectionist
(Marcia Cross) and the romantic (Nicollette Sheridan) attempt to
balance their lifestyle of their kids, hunky next door neighbors
and secret love affairs.
From the creator of “Family Guy,” FOX’s new
cartoon series “American Dad” tells the story of Stan
Smith, a regular father/CIA agent constantly on the lookout for
terrorist threats. Along with Stan’s wife and teenage kids,
the family also lives with an alien from Area 51 and Klaus, a
German-speaking goldfish. The new series airs Sundays at 9:30
“Renovate My Family” premiered Wednesday, Sept. 1, at 8
p.m. Dr. Phil hosts and mentors families, targeting specific
problems they face on a daily basis.