WEEK AHEAD: Newlywed Kenny Chesney at the ACMs
SUNDAY, MAY 15: Now that civil-rights attorney Caryn got booted by her female alliance on Survivor: Palau, it's down to just four contestants. Twenty-three-year-old dolphin trainer Ian, 32-year-old nanny Jennifer, 29-year-old advertising exec Katie and 41-year-old New York City firefighter Tom will duke it out for the $1 million prize in a two-hour finale at 8 p.m. ET, followed by a reunion special live from New York City.
MONDAY, MAY 16: It's been nine years of dysfunctional family comedy and now Everybody Loves Raymond is coming to a close with its final (and 210th) episode, on CBS at 9 p.m. ET. But don't expect any teary goodbyes or neatly tied-up endings from the Barone clan, headed by star Ray Romano. "The biggest compliment is that you would have no idea that it's a finale," Brad Garrett, who plays Ray's neurotic older brother Robert, tells PEOPLE. "There's no closure, no one moves away, no one dies."
TUESDAY, MAY 17: Pop star Britney Spears and her husband Kevin Federline give audiences a behind-the-scenes look at the early days of their romance on Britney and Kevin: Chaotic, which premieres on UPN at 9 p.m. ET. The six-episode reality show, a compilation of the couple's home videos, begins when they meet at a Hollywood club in 2004 and ends with their wedding in September of the same year. "So much happened last year much too fast and I really wanted to take advantage of this opportunity to reflect on all of it," writes Spears on her Web site. "It's like my own therapy."
He's scored himself an Oscar-winning wife and now surprise newlywed Kenny Chesney – who calls himself "the luckiest man alive" for marrying actress Renée Zellweger – may just walk home several awards richer at the Academy of Country Music Awards, airing live from Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. Chesney is up for five ACMs, including entertainer of the year and top male vocalist. But the new groom will have plenty of competition from another country hunk – Tim McGraw, who's nominated for the same honors, as well as song of the year for his hit "Live Like You Were Dying."
THURSDAY, MAY 19: What will The Donald do? Will The Apprentice head honcho hire street-smart Tana Goertz, a 37-year-old former Mary Kay consultant, or will he opt to take on book-smart Kendra Todd, a 26-year-old real-estate broker? To help Trump along, their former teammates will aid in the final decision by judging Tana and Kendra's performance on their final tasks. (Oops, maybe Tana should've been a little nicer to her crew.) See who he crowns on the one-hour live finale, on NBC at 9 p.m. ET.
NEW THIS WEEK:
Movies (now in theaters): Monster-in-Law, starring Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda; Kicking & Screaming, Will Ferrell and Robert Duvall; Unleashed, Jet Li and Morgan Freeman
Music (in stores Tuesday): American Idol: Season 4 – The Showstoppers soundtrack; Van Morrison, Magic Time; System of a Down, Mezmerize; Toby Keith, Honkytonk University
DVDs (in stores Tuesday): Kinsey, Team America: World Police, Six Feet Under: The Complete Third Season, Scrubs: The Complete First Season
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