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TV: Friday Hot List

Tonighth’s Olympics are all about speed skating, alpine skiing and bobsledding, oh my! Apolo Ohno makes the U.S. proud yet again as he goes for gold in the live 500m and leads his team in the 5000m relay in short track. And, Lindsay Vonn takes center stage for the last time these Olympic Games in the finals of the women’s slalom in Alpine skiing.

And, the NAACP Image Awards honors the contributions of people of color to the arts. Tonight, Tyler Perry is slated to receive the Chairman’s Award for outstanding achievement and distinguished public service. Other nominees include an impressive roster-Jay-Z, Whitney Houston, Mo’Nique, Zoe Saldana, Jamie Foxx, Sandra Bullock, Mariah Carey, Denzel Washington, Tracey Morgan are just the tip of the iceberg. So, it’s worth tuning in to pay homage to these admirable stars!

8pm
Winter Olympics (NBC)
NAACP Image Awards (FOX)
Smallville (CW)

9pm
Ricky Gervais Show (HBO)
Famous Crime Scene (VH1)
What Not To Wear (TLC)

10pm
20/20 (ABC)
The Soup (E!)
The Best Thing I Ever Ate (Food)
Four Weddings (TLC)
Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO)

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TV: Friday Hot List

With the devastating earthquake in Haiti leaving so many homeless and helpless, all we can do is provide any sort of aid and relief we can offer. Tonight the live telethon, Hope for Haiti airs on multiple networks including CBS and MTV. Hosted by George Clooney, Anderson Cooper and Wyclef Jean in New York and LA—they’re expected to welcome major stars and musical guests to drum up the support the earthquake victims so desperately need.

And tonight also marks the end of The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien. His last show airs this evening before Jay Leno resumes hosting duties next month. We’re sure that Conan will handle his last show with as much grace and decorum as he’s shown throughout this whole late night mess. In case you’ve been living under a rock—Jay Leno’s 10pm show has been canceled and Conan has rejected an offer from NBC to move The Tonight Show to 12:05am ET so Jay can have a half hour program at 11:35pm ET. We hope Conan finds his rightful place back on late-night TV very soon!

8pm
Supernanny (ABC)
Hope for Haiti (CBS, CW, MTV)
Law and Order (NBC)

9pm
Shark Tank (ABC)
Dollhouse (FOX)
Dateline NBC (NBC)
I Shouldn’t Be Alive (Animal)

10pm
20/20 (ABC)
Medium (CBS)
The Jay Leno Show (NBC)
The Soup (E!)
The Haunted (Animal)
Dogtown (National Geographic)

11:30pm

Letterman—guest Catherine Zeta-Jones (CBS)
Conan (NBC)

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TV: Friday Hot List

Merry Christmas! If Santa didn’t give you what you asked for, then we hope that you can take your mind of it with the little bit of new TV.

FOX is airing four brand-new episodes of their comedy Til Death (starring Brad Garrett as Eddie). In the first, Eddie gets in the Christmas spirit after meeting a cheerful, disabled man.

And E! counts down the hottest and the richest on two specials. First is Maxim Hometown Hotties 2009 where the most attractive, local girls from around the country get featured in the magazine. And then Forbes Most Bankable Stars takes a look at which stars rake in the most money—with no signs of slowing down!

8pm
Til Death (FOX)
Maxim Hometown Hotties 2009 (E!)

8:30pm
Til Death (FOX)
Forbes Most Bankable Stars (E!)

9pm
Til Death (FOX)

9:30pm
Til Death (FOX)

10pm
The Soup  (E!)

11:30pm
Letterman (CBS)

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TV: Friday Hot List

Brides-to-be take note! Tonight’s Say Yes To The Dress: Nightmares and Dreams gives you an all-access look at the inner workings of Kleinfeld Bridal with their fashion director Randy Fenoli and director of sales Nicole Sacco. Also go down memory lane with some of the highlights of brides finding the dresses of their dreams—and nightmares—on the show.

Bring out your hankie for our new TLC fave, Happily Ever Faster. Tonight, the staff plans a dream wedding for a young cancer survivor that is almost $800,000 in debt.

And Guy Fieri returns to some of his favorite spots on tonight’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives including a pizzeria in Chicago, an old-fashioned cafeteria down South and a legendary spot in Baltimore that’s 80-years-old!

8pm
Supernanny (ABC)
The 40-Year-Old Virgin (NBC)
Ice Age 2: The Meltdown (FOX)

9pm
Ugly Betty (ABC)
I’m Alive (Animal Planet)
Say Yes To The Dress: Nightmares and Dreams (TLC)
Ghost Adventures (Travel)

10pm
20/20 (ABC)
The Soup (E!)
Diners, Drive-ins and Dives (Food)
Happily Ever Faster (TLC)

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TV: Friday Hot List

It’s Halloween weekend so it’s the last time to really soak up all the spookiness of the season! Tonight, the Travel Channel takes their show Ghost Adventures LIVE. The crew spends seven hours locked inside one of the country’s most haunted sites—the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia.

On The Ghost Whisperer, things get pretty frightening when the headless horseman from Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” comes to haunt Melinda!

And, on Ugly Betty there’s a different kind of scary happening when Marc is assigned to be Betty’s assistant while she works on a piece about New York’s worst jobs.

8pm
Supernanny (ABC)
Ghost Whisperer (CBS)
Law and Order (NBC)
Smallville (CW)
DietTribe (Lifetime)
Ghost Adventures LIVE (Travel)

9pm
Ugly Betty (ABC)
Medium (CBS)
I’m Alive (Animal Planet)
Say Yes To The Dress (TLC)

10pm
20/20 (ABC)
NUMB3RS (CBS)
Jay Leno Show (NBC)
The Soup (E!)

11:30pm
Letterman—guest Regis Philbin (CBS)
Conan—guest Susie Essman (NBC)

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TV: Friday Hot List

It’s mini awards season (the Emmys are airing on Sunday night) so get ready with the 2009 American Latino Media Arts Awards (ALMA) hosted by Eva Longoria Parker and George Lopez. Honorees include Salma Hayek, Oscar De La Hoya and a tribute to Ricardo Montalban.

There are back-to-back episodes of Say Yes To The Dress tonight too for you wedding aficionados out there. On the first episode, the shop consultants feel the effects of the failing economy and must work harder to make sales. And on episode two, the consultants meet a bride who wants to wear a pink gown with leopard print! Hey, it’s her day!

And Jay Leno ends his first week in primetime with Drew Barrymore taking a spin on his new racetrack and a brand new edition of “Jay Walking.”

8pm
Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader? (FOX)
2009 ALMA Awards (ABC)
Making Over America With Trinny and Susannah (TLC)

9pm
Jockeys (Animal Planet)
Dog Whisperer (National Geographic)
Eureka (SyFy)
Say Yes To The Dress (TLC)
Monk (USA)

9:30pm
Say Yes To The Dress (TLC)

10pm
20/20 (ABC)
Jay Leno Show (NBC)
The Soup (E!)
Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO)
Masters of Reception (TLC)
Chefs vs City (Food)

11:30
Conan—guest Courteney Cox (NBC)

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TV: Friday Hot List

A new medical drama joins the line-up on CBS tonight. Get ready for Miami Medical which focuses on a team of surgeons that work trauma cases in yes, Miami. In the opener, the chief surgeon shocks the staff when he suddenly quits and is replaced by a military surgeon from Baltimore. And, a gas explosion at an ice cream shop seriously injures a pregnant woman and her husband. We’re curious to see if this show can win us over the way medical dramas like Grey’s Anatomy and ER have in the past!

And, we’re really digging Jaime Oliver’s Food Revolution. Jaime is really an inspiration to this generation of overeaters to get fit and healthy. Tonight, Jaime heads to Huntington High School and joins forces with a motivated group of students that help him prepare a gourmet meal for a state senator, local legislators and community leaders with the hope that they can convince them to raise the funds needed to train the school staff to cook fresh food.

8pm
Who Do You Think You Are? (NBC)
Wife Swap (ABC)
Ghost Whisperer (CBS)
Smallville (CW)

9pm
Medium (CBS)
Jaime Oliver’s Food Revolution (ABC)
Dateline NBC (NBC)
What Not To Wear (TLC)

10pm
20/20 (ABC)
Miami Medical (CBS)
American Loggers (Discovery)
The Soup (E!)

11:30pm
The Late Show With David Letterman (CBS)

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TV: Friday Hot List

You wouldn’t expect such drama to come out of the world of horse racing, but Animal Planet’s Jockeys certainly proves otherwise. The second season kicks off tonight as the jockeys all fight for a spot in the prestigious Kentucky Derby. This sets the stage for plenty of fighting, back-stabbing and high stakes emotion that you would sooner expect to see on a Bravo reality series!

On the other side of the reality show spectrum is an all-new episode of What Not To Wear. Tonight, Stacy and Clinton help a middle-aged woman dress slightly more appropriate for her age since she has a tendency to borrow clothes from her tween daughter’s closet!

And on the Food Networks newest hit Chefs vs City, Greg and Joey head to Chicago for their latest food off!

8pm
Sexiest: Celebrity Body Parts (E!)

9pm
Whale Wars  (Animal Planet)
Invitation Only: Reba (CMTV)
Eurerka (SyFy)
What Not To Wear (TLC)
Hard Rock Calling ’09 (VH1)

10pm
The Soup  (E!)
Jockeys (Animal Planet)
Making Over America With Trinny and Susannah (TLC)
Chefs vs City (Food)

11:30pm
Letterman – guest Christina Applegate (CBS)

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