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Tarzan - Resisting captivity, Tarzan escapes into the concrete jungle of New York City where he encounters the strong-willed NYPD detective Jane Porter (stage actress Sarah Wayne Callies). Jane's perfectly ordered life is turned upside-down by her attraction to Tarzan and his dangerous yet profoundly untainted morality. more info

Alias
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Sydney Bristow, a vivacious, athletic grad student, discovers that her not-so-typical after-school job as an agent for SD-6, a top-secret division of the CIA, holds some deadly secrets that not only put her life in danger but also threaten the security of the free world. more info

The O.C. -
We meet our main characters. Ryan Atwood (Benjamin McKenzie), an intelligent kid living in Chino, California, with his mom Dawn (Daphne Ashbrook), her boyfriend A.J. (Ron Del Barrio), and his older brother Trey (Bradley Stryker), seems to have trouble follow him. more info

Friends -
Monica Geller is a chef who lives in an apartment with her friend from high school, Rachel Green, a pampered girl starting her life over independently. Across the hall live Chandler Bing, a computer programmer with a dry wit and Joey Tribbiani, a not-so-intelligent actor. more info

American Idol -
Beginning as the television phenomenon Pop Idol over in the UK, American Idol came to these shores last summer and became an overnight success, much like the eventual winner, Kelly Clarkson. With two shows each week, American Idol's audience grew every time out, culminating when over 30 million viewers tuned in for the finale. more info

The Simpsons -
Can life get any better for Homer J. Simpson? He juggles the roles of husband, father, safety inspector at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, bowler, beer drinker, astronaut, small business owner and dreamer, and makes it all look easy. Bart Simpson is misunderstood. Wrongly pegged as an underachiever and troublemake. more info

Late Night with Conan O'Brien -
With “a comic identity as distinctive as his name,” according to The New York Times, Conan O’Brien has firmly established himself in the late night universe. Hailed by The Washington Post as “modest, wry, self-effacing and demonstrably the most intelligent of the late-night comics,” O’Brien is “one of TV’s hottest properties” according to People magazine’s “25 Most Intriguing People” issue. more info

CSI -
CSI's success goes beyond ratings. It won a Golden Globe nomination for Best TV Drama. Entertainment Weekly named it one of the 10 best shows of 2000. CBS handed the program the cushy timeslot behind Survivor, where it regularly trounces one-time critical darling Will & Grace. more info

Chappelle's Show -
David Chappelle is one of those comedians who has never had the spotlight. He has played mainly supporting roles in movies like Half Baked and The Nutty Professor, along with appearances on “The Howard Stern Show” and “Crank Yankers.” Like his predecessor in getting his own show, Cedric the Entertainer, he went down the variety show path. more info

24 -
The Bauer clan has kept us glued to our seats and cursing the time clock all season. The white knuckle, real-time pace has created a show viewers absolutely refuse to miss weekly. 24 has earned rave reviews in America, where it's won the Golden Satellite Award for Best TV Drama, and Kiefer Sutherland picked up a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a TV Drama. more info

Jerry Springer -
Jerry Springer will mark his 14th season as host of one of America's most popular talk shows when the program that bears his name launches for a new season Sept. 17, 2004.
Considered a cultural icon, he is a regular guest on The Tonight Show, Late Night with David Letterman, Politically Incorrect and The Conan O'Brien Show. more info

The Simple Life 2
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Hilton and fellow celebutante Nicole Richie return to slumming it with the little people in The Simple Life 2, one of six series the network has lined up for a summer run.
This time, (along with another dose of the unscripted antics of Paris and Nicole) they will travel cross the country in an RV. more info
 

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