What To Watch On TV: Friday Edition

August 1, 2008 By:
What To Watch On TV: Friday Edition

Swingtown @ 10pm

Looks like the 60's studio 54-esque show is moving from Mondays to Fridays! Good some new entertainment is needed to liven up Fridays evenings. Or is this a sign that the ratings are down and they are being shunned to the side to make room for newer shows on Monday night calls? Hmm, only time will tell. Watch tonight as Tom and Trina turn the tables and decide to go monogamous. This won't last long!

Doctor Who? @ 8:30pm

Hail, hail, the gang's all here! Thank goodness the TARDIS is bigger on the inside, as this episode puts the Doctor's modern-day sidekicks at the controls of the space-time vessel that masquerades as an old phone booth. While fans will no doubt relish the sight of so many heroes in a tight spot, this is the fourth-season finale — and season finales are historically bittersweet things for our favorite Time Lord.

FNMTV Premieres...@ 9pm

Remember when you wanted your music television? You're not alone. The net's introduction of MTV2 somehow didn't stem the tide of rumored malaise and longing for truly youthful rawness — and MTV apparently got the message. Their answer? F'NMTV.Hosted by newlywed and soon-to-be dad Pete Wentz, the visually spastic, weekly show unveils artists' brand-new videos and encourages multi-platform audience participation.

Dog Whisperer @ 9pm

Months ago, viewers were given the opportunity to audition their problem pooches in an open casting call with the show's producers in Orange County, California. Thousands of people showed up in hopes of getting a session with Cesar. Tonight's show follows two dogs that were discovered that day, including one Rottweiler who was just one day away from being euthanized. The pup's aggression is so severe that Cesar enlists his 13-year-old Rottie-loving son, Andre, to aid in the rehabilitation process.