Saturday's Olympics include the United States Men's Basketball team trying to continue its quest for a medal, and viewers will also have a chance to watch a tape delay of the U.S. Baseball game against Canada at 12:30 p.m. on MSNBC.
Tennis, Men's Soccer and Track & Field are all also on the agenda for Saturday.
Michael Phelps wiill also swim Saturday in the 400 IM Relay, which will be broadcast on NBC at 10:58 p.m.
Michael Phelps has won his sixth gold medal of this summer's Olympic games, and he will swim for his seventh gold on Friday. His swim is scheduled to be televised on NBC at 10:10 p.m.
Track & Field is heating up, as is Men's Volleyball as the Americans take on Switzerland while they try to advance to the quarterfinals.
Also on Friday, the U.S. Women's Soccer team faces Canada in the quarterfinals.
Reality television star Jade Goody will appear in the Indian version of Celebrity Big Brother, a program known as "Bigg Boss."
According to the BBC, Goody landing on the show comes 18 months after the 27-year-old reality TV star was accused of racism towards Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty in the U.K. show. Shetty is host of "Bigg Boss."
Goody is expected to join the Indian house this weekend.
Swimmer Michael Phelps may have gold medals on the brain as part of his quest to bring home more golds at one Olympics than any other athlete, but what else does the phenomenal swimmer do while waiting to jump in the pool?
We already know that he eats: and eats and eats and eats. NBC, which is airing the Olympics, has documented the amount of food the boy can put away in one day. Let's just say if his swimming career doesn't work out, he could certainly become a professional eater.
Celebrity News Service was thrilled to find out that even though the 23-year-old is made of gold, in his spare time he likes to watch television. Not just anything, but the documentary "Planet Earth," an 11-part series by the Discovery Channel and the BBC which captures life on earth like never before.
From talk shows to game shows to television shows, Regis Philbin is everywhere.
Celebrity News Service has just learned from CBS that Philbin, who hosts the long-running talk show "Live With Regis and Kelly," will guest star on "How I Met Your Mother."
Philbin isn't the only star to guest on the show. Pop star Britney Spears revived her career by appearing on the show last season, giving the show a ratings boost also.
There may be thousands of athletes at the 2008 Summer Olympics, but all eyes seem to be on one: Michael Phelps. The swimmer will continue his quest to win the most golds at one Olympic on Thursday night.
NBC will broadcast Phelps swimming the 200 IM at 10:48 p.m. (All times listed are Eastern Standard Time).
Other Olympic events to watch on Thursday, according to Celebrity News Service, include:
J.R., Bobby, Sue Ellen and other members of the Ewing clan are headed back to Dallas. It isn't a reunion show, but rather a real reunion that will take place at the Southfork Ranch north of Dallas.
According to The Associated Press, several cast members of the popular prime-time soap opera, that ran from 1978-91, will return to Southfork Ranch on November 8 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the show. Those confirming they will attend include Larry Hagman, Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy.
Hagman, now 76, played scheming oil baron and cattle rancher J.R. Ewing. "I may not be able to do the 40th," said Hagman, in an interview with The Dallas Morning News. "Thirty years is pretty good, and the show is still very popular."
Talk show host Craig Ferguson has a new show Thursday night featuring Ben Kingsley and Idina Menzel. The Beijing Olympics are being broadcast on NBC, which means no late night talk shows Thursday night for the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" or "Late Night With Conan O'Brien."
For those of you not familiar with Idina Menzel, she came to fame in the Broadway show "Rent" and also by playing Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, in "Wicked."
Jimmy Kimmel and David Letterman both offer up repeats, with Paul Giamatti and Meryl Streep.
Another houseguest will be evicted from the house Thursday night on CBS's "Big Brother 10."
Olympic coverage will continue on NBC, and Discovery will offer two new episodes of "Some Assembly Required."
Fox will air "NFL Football" with Carolina at Philadelphia playing an exhibition game. The following is a list of Thursday's primetime shows, according to Celebrity News Service (All times listed are Eastern Standard Time):
"The Hills" star Audrina Patridge is expanding her theatrical horizons. She will have a guest role on an episode of Fox's new sitcom "Do Not Disturb" this fall.
Partridge, who is a reality TV personality, will play a guest at the hotel where the comedy series is set. "Do Not Disturb" stars Jerry O'Connell and Niecy Nash and will debut in the fall.
Partridge took to her blog to write about her appearance on the show. "It takes place in New York City at a swanky hotel," writes Patridge, 23. "I will be playing a guest checking into the hotel and I am going to film my scenes sometime next week! I think Jerry O'Connell is hysterical (have you guys seen his video on that Web site FunnyorDie!?) and I can't wait to meet Niecy!"
It may only be five months until the premiere of the fifth season of ABC's "Lost," but that doesn't mean it's too early to start obsessing about the show.
Celebrity News Service was excited to learn that "Lost's" main go-to guys, Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof," gave away a few secrets about the show during Comic-Con.
The main secret, courtesy of EW's Jeff Jensen, is the title of the first episode of the season - "Because You Left."
Craig Ferguson has a new late night talk show Wednesday featuring Craig Robinson and Ron Irizarry. The Beijing Olympics are being broadcast on NBC, which means no late night talk shows Wednesday night for the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" or "Late Night With Conan O'Brien."
Jimmy Kimmel and David Letterman both offer up repeats, with Charlize Theron, Richard Belzer and Gillian Anderson.
Fans of Bryan Adams can catch his repeat performance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Olympic coverage continues Wednesday on primetime television. Other viewing options include a new episode of "Greatest American Dog" on CBS and a new episode of "Click & Clack's As the Wrench Turns" on PBS.
Bravo will offer a repeat "Project Runway" at 8 p.m. followed by a new episode at 9 p.m. On the new "Project Runway," the contestants will design outfits for working women. Discovery will also air a new "Next World," which will explore android helpers in the home and virtual entertainment systems.
A listing of Wednesday's primetime shows, according to Celebrity News Service, includes: CBS will air a new "Greatest American Dog" at 8 p.m. (All times listed are Eastern Standard Time).
Wednesday's Olympic television viewing schedule won't see swimmer Michael Phelps breaking any gold medals as his next competition isn't until Thursday. There's still plenty to watch, however, including the men's individual gymnastics, women's swimming, and equestrian sports.
The United States baseball team also takes to the field for the first time. Baseball fans need to catch the baseball coverage now, the U.S. takes on South Korea on Wednesday, as the International Olympic Committee has announced it will drop baseball from the schedule beginning in 2012.
Television highlights of the Wednesday Olympics, according to Celebrity News Service, include:
Victoria Justice, who starred on "Zoey 101," has reached an agreement with Nickelodeon for an overall talent and music deal.
The announcement was made today concerning the 15-year-old star, by Paula Kaplan, Executive Vice President, Talent and West Coast General Manager, Nickelodeon. As part of the new pact, Nickelodeon, in partnership with Sony BMG Music Entertainment, is developing a comedy series as a starring vehicle for Justice.
The new project will be created by tween hitmaker Dan Schneider ("iCarly," "Zoey 101," "Drake & Josh") and will be set in a modern day school for the performing arts. It will also feature original music.
The Beijing Olympics are being broadcast on NBC, which means no late night talk shows Tuesday night for "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" or "Late Night With Conan O'Brien." Craig Ferguson will have a new show, however, with guests Kiefer Sutherland and Kate Mara.
Jimmy Kimmel and David Letterman both offer up repeats, with David Duchovny, Katherine McPhee, Maggie Gyllenhall and Neil Young.
Fans of the musical group The Hold Steady can catch them on "Late Show With David Letterman."
The third season of NBC's "Heroes" doesn't premiere until September 22, but that hasn't kept Heroesmania from shifting into high gear.
It has now been announced that real-life friends Seth Green and Breckin Meyer are going to join the cast. The guys, who play the best geeks in the world, will hopefully bring their geek squad capabilities to the show - a fact that thrills Celebrity News Service.
Green, who starred as Oz on "Buffy The Vampire Slayer," has the ability to charm, even with a goofy look on his face. And Meyer is another cutie who deserves the attention "Heroes" will bring him.
If you are a softball fan, then Tuesday would be the day to watch the U.S. ladies hit the field to play against Australia. Catch softball now, in fact, because the International Olympic Committee has decreed the sport will be absent from the London Games in 2012.
Other sports to watch during Tuesday's Beijing Olympics include Michael Phelps, of course. Now 3-for-3 in his gold medal quest, the swimmer will try for two more golds Tuesday, in the 200-meter butterfly and in the 800 freestyle relay. Phelps has now tied Mark Spitz's record for the most career swimming golds with nine.
Also on Tuesday, Men's Basketball and Women's Gymnastics.
The Jonas Brothers rocked the house on "Live with Regis and Kelly" Tuesday. Scores of screaming girls filled the studio to get a chance to see Kevin, Joe and Nick, and lines of girls were left standing outside the studio due to lack of room.
The brothers, whose new album A Little Bit Longer comes out today (August 12), were on the show to promote the new album.
Dressed in coordinating grey suits, with Nick wearing a skinny dark tie, Joe in a lime green shirt and Kevin with his trademark scarf, the boys sang two songs. Nick sat at the piano and sang the emotionally charged song "A Little Bit Longer" that he wrote about being diagnosed with diabetes.
Tuesday's primetime schedule continues to be dominated by the 2008 Beijing Olympics. There are other television options, however, including a new episode of "Wipeout" on ABC and a new episode of "Big Brother" on CBS.
ABC Family will also air a new episode of "The Secret Life of the American Teenager." In this episode Amy's living arrangements may change.
A listing of primetime television for Tuesday, according to Celebrity News Service, includes: