January 19, 2011
SERIES Live to Dance: The semifinals continue (8 p.m. CBS). American Idol: The series returns with a new season and a new panel of judges: Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson (8 p.m. Fox). Better With You: Mia and Casey (JoAnna Garcia, Jake Lacy) adopt a cat only to be told by their doctor that they shouldn't have it around the baby in this new episode (8:30 p.m. ABC). Nova: In the new three-part series "Making Stuff," technology reporter David Pogue investigates how scientists are creating revolutionary new materials.
December 25, 2012 |
Click here to download TV listings for the week Dec. 23 - 29 in PDF format This week's TV Movies SERIES Toddlers & Tiaras: A pageant in Lexington, Ky., is the setting for this new episode (9 p.m. TLC). Cheer Perfection: Alisha brings in a super tough coach to whip the team into shape in this new episode of the reality series (10 p.m. TLC). Fast Foods Gone Global: This new installment looks at how American-based restaurant chains alter their menus to please European palates (10 p.m. Travel)
March 4, 1998 |
MOVIES Taylor Remaining Hospitalized: Doctors discovered a slight compression fracture in Elizabeth Taylor's lower back on Tuesday, so the actress will be staying in the hospital for a few more days. "She's a little disappointed, but her spirits are fine," Taylor's publicist said. The actress has been receiving treatment at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for bruises to her back and hip suffered in a fall at her Bel-Air home on Friday--her 66th birthday.
March 4, 1990
Re "Disney in TV Land/The Gamble," Feb 25: All that talk about the trucks, the sets, newscaster Jerry Dunphy's $5 million--no, not from Disney, from Steve Weinstein's article. Heck, Calendar covered a "news" show in the entertainment section. That sort of says it all. Nary a word about what will fill up those three hours of air time. TV news' excuse for shallowness has always been "not enough time." That excuse is evaporating. TV news organizations have done well covering events or developments that come to them.
March 2, 2010
No TLC for pageant TLC has chosen not to renew its television contract with the Miss America pageant, ending the event's run on the cable network after three years. TLC declined to say Monday why it was cutting ties with the show, which attracted 4.5 million viewers in January. That was the best showing for the pageant ever on cable but less than half the audience it drew the last time it was on one of the major broadcast networks, in 2004. Sam Haskell, chairman of the Miss America Organization, said he was in discussions with other outlets about airing the pageant.