Monday TV: The Pyramid, Switched at Birth, Coma, American Chopper, No Reservations
Sep 03 2012 11:19 am ET
The Fall TV season is approaching and cable is getting a head start on this Labor Day. GSN is rebooting the Pyramid, A&E has a new mini-series, and cable favorites Switched at Birth, American Chopper and No Reservations are back. Here's what's on TV Monday.
First up, GSN has revived the best game show ever: The Pyramid. Based on the promo videos GSN has released, it looks like they went back to the show's roots in terms of color schemes and gameplay – a vast improvement over the industrialized reboot from…10 years ago?! The show begins at 6pm.
A&E has a new mini-series based on the Robin Cook novel Coma. Lauren Ambrose plays a doctor who begins investigating her hospital when her patients, who were healthy, become comatose. The two-part event begins tonight at 9pm and concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Three big shows return to cable tonight. First, ABC Family's Switched at Birth is back for its sophomore season at 8pm. Over on Discovery, American Chopper has a series retrospective at 7pm followed by the season premiere at 9pm. Finally, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations begins its final season on the Travel Channel at the South by Southwest festival at 9pm.
Mike McComb – TVLatest.com
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