The CW 2006 Fall Season
The CW Fall 2006 Grid
New Show Descriptions
"Runaway" (Mondays at 8 PM)
Premise: (From The CW's press release) The Raders look like a normal middle-class American family, with a dad, Paul Rader (Donnie Wahlberg), his lovely wife Lily (Leslie Hope), teenagers Henry (Dustin Milligan) and Hannah (Sarah Ramos), and 8-year-old Tommy (Nathan Gamble.) Those are their real names, but
as they struggle to blend into a new life in Bridgewater, Iowa, they are all using secret identities. This family is on the run, hiding from the legal system that unjustly accused Paul Radar of a terrible and violent crime. Adding to the danger, the real killer is now threatening the lives of the Rader children. As Paul works to protect his loved ones and uncover the
evidence that will clear him, he lives with the daily fear that someone will accidentally reveal the family's dark secret.
"The Game" (Sundays at 7:30 PM)
Premise: (From The CW's press release) Being the wife or girlfriend of a pro-football player might sound like a glamorous and stress-free existence, but Melanie Barnett (Tia Mowry) is about to discover the truth. Melanies boyfriend, Derwin (Aldis Hodge), is the new third-string wide receiver for the San
Diego Sabers. While Derwin worries about the plays on the field, Melanie learns about the power plays that NFL wives use to get their men the best agents, managers, endorsements, merchandising deals, and even the in charity. As she deals with egos, groupies, and image consultants, Melanie is finding out how "the game" is played among the women behind the athletes.
"Hidden Palms" (Drama)
Premise: (From The CW's press release) Johnny Miller (Taylor Handley) was a happy, well-adjusted 15-year-old with good grades and a roomful of sports trophies until the terrible night a year ago that his father committed suicide. Now, Johnny lives in the surreal, sun-drenched city of Palm Springs with his
mother and her new husband. On the outside, Palm Springs is a shimmering paradise of resorts, swimming pools, golf courses, and country clubs. But as Johnny learns the secrets that lie just beneath the surface of this seemingly typical neighborhood, he and his family are forced to ask the question: how well do you really know the people who live right next door?
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