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On The Air Tonight Saturday Night Network Prime-Time Programming Options (All shows are in HD) (Reminder: If you are recording these programs, check your network listings for precise start/end times. For PBS, please double check your local listings.) ABC: 8 Wipeout R, February 3) 9 Movie: Hairspray CBS: 8 NCIS: Los Angeles (R, January 26) 9 CSI: Miami (R, October 24, 2010) 10 48 Hours Mystery NBC: 8 Harry’s Law (R,...
“Hot Off The Press” (I & II) Notes Milestone Posts Post numbers, time and member posting 1 August 27, 2004, 1024p ET fredfa 1,000 Dec. 9, 2004, 717p fredfa 2,000 March 16, 2005, 330p keenan 3,000 May 18, 2005, 753a Paul Bigelow 4,000 July 23, 2005, 517p fredfa 5,000 Sept. 15, 2005, 1029a fredfa 6,000 Oct. 25, 2005, 734a fredfa 7,000 Nov. 28, 2005, 649p fredfa 8,000 Dec. 24, 2005, 220p fredfa 9,000 Jan. 26, 2006, 618p fredfa 10,000 March 27, 2006, 253p keenan (2) 11,000...
By the way, nothing scooped the broadcast show. "Oprah" aired today (as it does M-F) on WLS in Chicago at 9 a.m. CT, 10 a.m. ET.
On the other hand, thanks for the Jack LaLanne post, dad. Sad news. He was as charming and magnetic off camera as on. RIP. And we will have to disagree on the Oprah story. This thread has, from day one, been about what is on TV -- not the personal lives of those on it. And not about the salacious details eagerly thrown out by a few publicity-hungry stars or networks who totally ignore all boundaries of taste and class.
Detailed discussions about whether an MTV show is/was child pornography, a bid to draft Keith Olbermann for the Senate and a breathless report that Oprah has a half-sister are now items for "Hot Off The Press"? It seems to me that there are more than enough web sites and blogs for that kind of off-topic trash. For shame.
As many of the news stories, especially those of Carter and Stelter of the NY Times have noted, a long negotiation preceded Keith's MSNBC exit. Previously he DID have a deal through the 2012 election. Typically these exit deals call for less (sometimes far less) money than the original contract.
6.3 Million Page Views ! ! ! Shortly after 9 p.m. ET today, January 21, 2011, “Hot Off The Press” (including both its first and second incarnations) hit 6,300,000 page views. Although this year is down a bit so far compared to January of 2010, last year saw an unprecedented increase in the number of page views 47.7% from 2009. So keep stopping by, and tell your friends about us, too. Thanks again to all of you for continuing to visit, comment and - as well...
What foolishness. Olbermann would add to O'Reilly's ratings? Only in Tim Goodman's mind. The snarkfest would get very, very stale within days. Much like Keith himself has at every one of his career stops. You might notice few -- if any -- at KCBS, ESPN, Fox Sports Net, CNBC or now MSNBC was upset at his departure. Aside from that, it is unclear to me why someone who is a "star" at a minor cable network is worth all this time and angst. Cash Cab gets about as many viewers;...
From the major broadcast nets, here are just a few more: 20/20 (debut 1978) Frazier (1993) Cops (1989) America’s Funniest Home Videos (1989) Murder She Wrote (1984) Dateline NBC (1992) King of the Hill (1997) Knots Landing (1979) Law & Order: SVU (1999) CSI Crime Scene Investigation (2000)
Overnight Nielsen Notes 'Hot in Cleveland' sizzles in season premiere and as 'Retired at 35' lead-in By Rick Rojas, Los Angeles Times staff writer, in the “Show Tracker” blog, January 20, 2011 “Hot in Cleveland,” TV Land's first original sitcom that features a cast of prime-time veterans, scored nearly 3 million viewers in the premiere of its second season on Wednesday night. “Hot in Cleveland,” which airs at 10 p.m. Wednesdays, did best among viewers ages...
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