'New Girl' lending Max Greenfield to 'The Mindy Project' TV Land renews "The Exes" "Big Bang" is bringing back Bob Newhart
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Jimmy Fallon, Paul Rudd and John Goodman will host "SNL" in December Jimmy Kimmel vandalizes John Krasinski & Emily Blunt's home The Situation under federal investigation
Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 8, 2009
David Alan Basche (Carry Me Home, crazylove) stars in I'll Believe You, as Dale Sweeney, the radio host of an immensely unpopular late-night talk program on the AM dial. The only listeners whom Sweeney ever manages to drum up are nutty, half-zonked small-town denizens who want to discuss UFO sightings on the airwaves. Just prior to the final broadcast, with the program in arm's length of cancellation, Sweeney receives a strange phone call from an individual who speaks anxiously in an unintelligible language. The next morning, two federal agents turn up to question Sweeney, demonstrating heightened interest in one of the latest UFO sightings. Dale thus concludes that the caller was in fact an extraterrestrial, lost in his small town. He decides to report on the happenings during his broadcasts (which quadruples his audience size) and then bandies the locals into a collective search for the alien. Paul Francis Sullivan directs. ~ Nathan Southern, All Movie Guide
Type: Event | Date: Wednesday, Sep 5, 2012
Season two ends tonight.
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Season one airs its finale tonight.
Type: Event | Date: Wednesday, Dec 28, 2011
TV Land continues its evening of original comedies.
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Tom Cruise has to protect his children against alien invaders in this science fiction thriller
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"Today" began critiquing Paula Deen's exclusive interview as soon as she left, Kristen Bell reacted to Supreme Court rulings by proposing to Dax Shepard, TLC to air UK documentary "The Man with the 10-Stone Testicles"
Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Nov 30, 2011
Donald Faison, Kristen Johnston and company go for deliberately retro laughs