News & Notes
On cable tonight, Hallmark Channel has the TV movie premiere of Accidental Friendship, HBO has a Ricky Gervais: Out of England comedy special, History has a The Greatest Tunnel Ever Built special, Lifetime has the TV movie premiere of The Two Mr. Kissels, and TBS has two new episodes of The Bill Engvall Show.
Saturday Night College Football (ABC): Oklahoma State (9) at Colorado or Boston College at Florida State (19) depending on your region. The broadcast is scheduled to start around 8:00 p.m. ET.
Knight Rider (NBC): Repeat. This past Wednesday’s episode, “I Want to Rock and Roll All Knight” replays. If you’re not into football and have cable, then in this time period you should really skip this and watch The Bill Engvall Show on TBS, cause it is really sad when this is the second best option on the networks.
The Office (NBC): Repeat. The Halloween episode from this season, “Employee Transfer,” replays. The opening with Pam as the only one at corporate in a costume is hilarious. Runs 30 minutes.
Saturday Night Live (NBC): Repeat. Anna Faris was the host and the musical guest was Duffy. Runs 90 minutes.
The Bill Engvall Show (TBS): New. Bill is trying to get the family in the Christmas spirit. Plays again late night Monday. I got a chance to watch both of these episodes and if you like the show, you will enjoy them. Even if you haven’t watched before, at least they are new and will give you a few laughs.
The Bill Engvall Show (TBS): New. Susan starts doing some of Bill’s home repair projects and he starts feeling like less than the man of the house. Plays again late night Monday.
Thanksgiving Unwrapped (Food Network): Repeat. Find out how some of your favorite holiday foods are made. Plays again later.
Trading Spaces (TLC): New. Two firefighters go at it to see who is the hardest worker. Plays again later.
- The Andromeda Strain (A&E): Repeat. Based on the Michael Crichton about a deadly pathogen that starts spreading in Utah after a satellite falls and stars Benjamin Bratt (The Cleaner) and Eric McCormack (Will & Grace). Runs four hours. Plays twice.
- The Two Mr. Kissels (A&E): Premiere. Stars John Stamos (ER) and Robin Tunney (The Mentalist). It is the story of the murders of the Kissel brothers and the events surrounding them. Runs two hours.
- ABC has regional college football action followed by Saturday Night College Football, see Prime Pick above for more info.
- CBS has college football with South Carolina (25) at Florida (4).
- ESPN has three college football games with Mississippi State at Alabama (1) capping off the day.
- ESPN2 has two college football games with NASCAR racing in the middle.
- FOX Sports regional networks have college football games.
- NBA TV has the New Orleans Hornets at the Houston Rockets.
- Versus has two college football games.
- MADtv (FOX): New. Tennis player Serena Williams joins in some sketches. This will be the final season of MADtv on FOX, as they have cancelled it.
- Saturday Night Live (NBC): New. Paul Rudd hosts with musical guest Beyonce.
- The Shield (FX): Repeat. This past Tuesday’s episode, “Petty Cash,” replays. Runs 62 minutes.
- Talkshow With Spike Feresten (FOX): New. Former American Idol contestant David Archuleta is the guest.
ABC Family has four Dr. Dolittle movies.
Bravo has six episodes of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
E! has the five-part 101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments.
MTV has six episodes of True Life tonight.
truTV has 12 episodes of Body of Evidence: From the Case Files of Dayle Hinman.
VH1 has the five-part 100 Greatest Hip Hop Songs.