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Monday's TV Highlights: 'Revolution' on NBC

November 25, 2012|By Matt Cooper
  • It's hands up and lights out as the action-drama "Revolution" offers its last new episode, until March of next year, at 10:01 p.m. on NBC; with Tracy Spiridakos.
It's hands up and lights out as the action-drama "Revolution"… (Brownie Harris / NBC )

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This week's TV Movies  


Untold History of the United States: Oliver Stone examines the geopolitical aftermath of the development and deployment of the atomic bomb in this new installment (8 p.m. Showtime).

RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race: "SNL's" Cheri Oteri coaches the contestants on the art of stand-up comedy in this new episode of the reality competition (9 p.m. Logo).

Cake Boss: Next Great Baker: The culinary competition returns (9 p.m. TLC).

The Layover With Anthony Bourdain: Paris is the destination in this new installment (9 p.m. Travel).

Hawaii Five-0: Vanessa Marcil guest stars as a therapist suspected of murdering a patient (10 p.m. CBS).


Nick News With Linda Ellerbee: A new edition of the newsmagazine for kids looks at children living with HIV/AIDS (8 p.m. Nickelodeon).

The Cast of 'A Christmas Story': Where Are They Now: This new special catches up with some of the stars of classic 1983 holiday fable (9 p.m. TV Guide).


Pride and Prejudice: Turner Classic Movies' slate of literary adaptations commences with this romantic 1940 drama based on Jane Austen's beloved novel; Greer Garson and Laurence Olivier star (5 p.m. TCM).

Idiocracy: Luke Wilson, Maya Rudolph and Terry Crews star in this futuristic 2006 satire directed by "Office Space's" Mike Judge (8 p.m. IFC).

Chronicle: Three high-school buddies acquire superpowers in this 2012 thriller (8:30 p.m. Cinemax).


Basketball: The New York Knicks battle the Brooklyn Nets (4 p.m. TNT) and the Clippers host the New Orleans Hornets (7:30 p.m. FS Prime).

Football: The Carolina Panthers play the Philadelphia Eagles (5:30 p.m. ESPN).

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