News & Notes
On cable tonight, BBC America has the fourth season premiere of Primeval and HGTV has the series premiere of Candace Tells All and the fourth season premiere of Dear Genevieve.
V (ABC): Repeats. The “Pilot” episode replays followed by the last two episodes of season one, “Fruition” and “Red Sky.”
Primeval (BBC America): Season Premiere. Abby and Rory finally make it back from the Cretaceous period only to find a new ARC team and the jobs in jeopardy. Plays again later.
V (ABC): Repeat. The first season finale episode, “Red Sky,” replays. The second season premieres on Tuesday, January 4th with a very good episode.
- ABC has the Outback Bowl with Penn State vs. Florida.
- EPSN has tripleheader college bowl action consisting of the Capital One Bowl with Alabama vs. Michigan State, the Rose Bowl with Wisconsin vs. TCU, and the Fiesta Bowl with Connecticut vs. Oklahoma.
- EPSN2 has college basketball action with Virginia at Marquette followed by the Gator Bowl with Michigan vs. Mississippi State.
- NBC has outdoor NHL action with the Washington Capitals at the Pittsburgh Penguins. Looks like this game has been moved to primetime and will now start at 8ET/5PT.
- NHL Network has the New York Rangers at the Tampa Bay Lightning.
- Glory Daze (TBS): Repeat. This past Tuesday’s episode, “What’s Love Got to Nude With It,” replays.
New Year’s Day TV Marathons
A&E has 22 episodes of Dog the Bounty Hunter.
ABC Family has 15 episodes of America’s Funniest Home Videos.
AMC has episodes of The Three Stooges all day and tomorrow.
Animal Planet has 14 episodes of Pit Bulls & Parolees.
BBC America has episodes of Doctor Who the first half of the day.
BET has 40 episodes of The Game.
Bravo has eight episodes of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Centric has 20 episodes of The A-Team.
Chiller TV has episodes of Fear Factor all day.
CMT has 13 episodes of Dallas.
Cooking Channel has 12 episodes of Two Fat Ladies and later another six.
Discovery Channel has 14 episodes of MythBusters.
DIY has 11 episodes of The Vanilla Ice Project that play two times today.
Encore Western has 24 episodes of Wagon Train.
Food Network has six episodes of Worst Cooks in America tonight.
Golf Channel has 13 episodes of Top 10 early followed by 16 episodes of Golf Channel Academy.
gmc has 28 episodes of 227.
Green Channel has 12 episodes of Perfect Disaster.
GSN has 18 episodes of Baggage followed by seven episodes of High Stakes Poker.
Hallmark Channel has six Christmas themed TV movies.
IFC has 47 episodes of The Larry Sanders Show.
ID has seven episodes of Wicked Attraction followed by 17 episodes of Deadly Women.
Logo has Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes all day and tomorrow.
MSNBC has 15 episodes of Lockup…
MTV has Jersey Shore episodes all day and tomorrow.
MTV2 has 15 episodes of Rob & Big followed by episodes of Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory the rest of the day and into tomorrow.
Nat Geo Wild has five episodes of Expedition Wild early followed by 14 episodes of Animal Extractors.
National Geographic has 21 episodes of Locked Up Abroad.
Oxygen has 10 episodes of Snapped.
Science has six episodes of Through the Worm Hole With Morgan Freeman early and later has 12 episodes of Oddities.
SoapNET has eight episodes of One Tree Hill.
Speed has the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction all day.
style has 21 episodes of Jerseylicious.
Syfy has episodes of The Twilight Zone all day and well into tomorrow.
TCM has 13 episodes of The March of Time.
TeenNick has 20 episodes of Degrassi: The Next Generation and later another four.
TLC has nine episodes of Sister Wives tonight.
TNT has six episodes of Law & Order early.
Travel Channel has seven episodes of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations followed by 10 episodes of Bert the Conqueror.
TV Land has 10 episodes of The Nanny early.
TV One has episodes of Martin all day.
Universal HD has 11 episodes of Winter Dew Tour: 2009 early.
USA has 20 episodes of NCIS.
VH1 has five-part 100 Greatest Artists early.
WE has five episodes of Ghost Whisperer followed by 14 episodes of The Golden Girls.
What are your New Year’s TV/movie viewing traditions?