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    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Real Time With Bill Maher

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    HBO
    "Real Time with Bill Maher" is a weekly HBO talk show series hosted by comedian and political satirist Bill Maher. Episodes include an opening political sketch, a monologue, a panel of three well educated celebrities, two guests (live or via satellite), and at the end, "New Rules."

    The panel members normally represent a wide spectrum of American politics, which results in an interesting discussion and a fair presentation of the current events. While Bill Maher acts as the panel's head, he doesn't hide his ideological viewpoints. He'll end up agreeing with and attacking both sides of the political spectrum.

    The last segment, "New Rules," is political satire and covers Bill Maher's personal peeves of the week.

    The fore-runner of this series is the series Politically Incorrect (shown first on Comedy Central and then later on ABC).moreless
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    I Want That!

    I Want That!

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    Welcome to the I Want That! home page. I Want That! has all the newest, neatest innovations for your home and beyond! HGTV's I Want That! gives you the lastest information of the coolest products for your lifestyle and home. Most products are suitable for you and your price rage. I Want That! is the best show to watch if you're looking for great innovations for your home. Some innovations protect your family in a cool, high tech way, while other innovations help you when you need to clean, cook, or hang out. I Want That is on often, and is 30 minutes long. I Want That! also gives you the prices for some innovations, making it easier for you to purchase the innovation that you want. HGTV's I Want That! is the best show to watch if you are looking for the coolest innovations for your home! I Want That! shows you how to live a better, high tech life. All the innovations are useful, some are even helpful to the environment! Every innovation is cool and unique, and has the style you're looking for. Also HGTV's I Want That! has other cool shows called I Want That! Baths, I Want That! Kichtens, I Want That! Gardening, and I Want That! Tech Toys. These shows help you purchase kitchen, innovations, your bath innovations, your gardening innovations, and your tech innovations for you and your home.moreless
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    Dual Survival

    Dual Survival

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    Discovery Channel
    Imagine being thrown into the wilderness, do you think you could survive? Experts think that having basic survival skills such as finding food, shelter, water and finding help are important. Dave Canterbury and Cody Lundin take on surviving through some of the hardest conditions, proving that having the right skills and thinking out of the box can save you.moreless
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    SportsCenter

    SportsCenter

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    Welcome to the SportsCenter guide on TV.com. SportsCenter debuted September 7, 1979 to launch ESPN. It shows highlights of sporting events from around the United States everyday. "This is SportsCenter!" "Booyah!" "Back, Back, Back, Back, Gone!" "All The Way - Touchdown!" are some popular catch phrases from the cast at ESPN and SportsCenter. SportsCenter airs weeknights at 9AM, 12 PM, 6PM, 11 PM and 1 AM ET on ESPN. (Presented in HDTV on ESPNHD)moreless
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    NOVA

    NOVA

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    Seen in more than 100 countries, NOVA is the most watched science television series in the world and the most watched documentary series on PBS. It is also one of television's most acclaimed series, having won every major television award, most of them many times over. Each week NOVA takes an in depth look at a particular topic or individual in the science field. NOVA's topics cover all branches of science and engineering. NOVA's unique way of presenting each topic can be interesting to both those with no prior knowledge or those whose life's work is being covered.moreless
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    The O'Reilly Factor

    The O'Reilly Factor

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    FOX News Channel
    Known for its direct, confrontational approach, Bill O'Reilly tells it like it is and never fails to report things that are important to the people. Guests and viewers alike, can agree that that he's determined, be that good or bad in some cases. As soon as guests enter the no-spin zone, they better buckle up and get ready, because he takes no prisoners in looking out for us. Sometimes using the word "pinhead" is even neccesary. Mix all these elements, and you come up with The O'Reilly Factor. The show was previously known as the O'Reilly Report.moreless
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    ESPN First Take

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    Start your day with ESPN First Take every morning at 10 AM. Cari Champion moderates the debate between Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith. ESPN analysts and big name guests will also stop by to join in on the basketball and football discussion.moreless
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    Red Eye

    Red Eye

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    The New York Times said of "Red Eye" that, "Dark Humor Meets the Camera Lights." The show is officially titled "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld" and is set up as a discussion group akin to "The McLaughlin Group." The similarity ends there. On this late night show, the outrageous and outspoken gather with Greg Gutfeld to discuss the news and the hottest topics of the day. Among the regular panelists are recurring guests Bill Shultz, Kevin Godlington, Will Durst, and Rachel Marsden. Greg Gutfeld's mother 82 year-old serves as "Senior Correspondent" and phones in her reviews from California with the senior citizen perspective. Andrew Levy serves as Ombudsman and Futurist. In the former role, Levy critiques the reviewers at the half hour; in the latter role, he predicts tomorrow's big stories.

    Fox News Channel host choice, Greg Gutfeld, was a veteran of Dennis Publishing, edited the U.K. edition of Maxim from 2004-2006, and edited Stuff magazine before hosting "Red Eye." Gutfeld has been a blogger on the Huffington Post, and has his own blog, "The Daily Gut," which he runs with former Dennis Publishing editorial director, Andy Clerkson. The New York Times described Greg as "a compact but enormously animated man ... 'a drugged-up turtle' ... known for injecting his dark, absurdest humor into a series of magazines he edited. ..." and "... stood out like a drunk who crashes a cocktail party." He leads a full-time staff of eight. There are no writers on a this show stated to be not "incredibly well financed."

    In addition to his role as host, Gutfeld adds a bizarre sense of humor with his drawings of unicorns and a cat that represent the days stories. The drawings are forwarded to the viewer with the best comment for the episode.

    Rachel Marsden is a columnist for The Toronto Sun.

    Fox News contributor Bill Schulz is a friend of Mr. Gutfeld's from their days at Stuff Magazine.

    Andrew Levy is former publicist for the Directors Guild of America.

    As for the cast, John Moody, an executive vice president at Fox News, said, "It's sort of like making a sandwich late at night. You just grab what's in the fridge and put it all together."

    Fox stated early on that "Red Eye" will "react to the news of the moment with lively discussion in an unscripted fashion." It has. "Red Eye" was one of two recent initiatives "to broaden the definition of a news channel." "24" writer-producer, Joel Surnow's, "The Half-Hour News Hour" was the other. Both were picked up after successful initial pilot runs. In March 2007, "Red Eye" averaged 309,000 viewers for the time slot. These numbers beat MSNBC's crime programing and CNN's reruns of "Anderson Cooper 360" in that time slot. Thus "Red Eye" successfully replaced a repeat of "The Fox Report" with Shepard Smith.

    The show was envisioned in the summer of 2006 by Mr. Moody and Roger Ailes, the chairman of Fox News. It was designed "to fill that unexploited time slot with something aimed at 20- and 30-somethings. Scott Norvell, the network's London bureau chief, suggested Greg Gutfeld, who was living in London at the time and working on a book, as a possible host."

    "Red Eye" gives a wacky view of the news that "Slate," the on-line magazine, "called it the most bizarre hour of programming on any major news channel."moreless
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    Crime 360

    Crime 360

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    A&E
    Crime 360 is a show utilizing high-tech CGI graphics to examine non-fiction, real-time crime drama. Viewers are brought along for the ride as the theories, forensics and evidence of a case are brought to life through incredible CGI visualizations and state-of-the-art 3D photography. Viewers experience the investigation as if they were there right from the moment detectives are called to the scene. Experience real-life criminal investigations as they unfold.moreless
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    NBC Nightly News

    NBC Nightly News

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    NBC
    Currently anchored by Brian Williams, NBC Nightly News is NBC's evening news program, watched by millions of Americans every night. NBC Nightly News originated from the Huntley-Brinkley Report, but when David Huntley retired, they changed the name and format. You can catch the show every evening at 6:30 PM ET / 5:30 PM CT.moreless
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    The Insider

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    Welcome! The Insider is a big staple of American celebrity news and gossip. Hosted by Lara Spencer, The Insider takes a light look at things such as celebrity gossip, baby rumors and secret weddings. When something big is happening in the glamorous life of celebrities you'll be the first to know when watching The Insider.moreless
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    SportsNation

    SportsNation

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    ESPN2
    Michelle Beadle, Marcellus Wiley, and Max Kellerman host the show which features a more light-hearted look at the day in sports. Previous co-hosts include: Colin Cowherd and Charissa Thompson.
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    CBS This Morning

    CBS This Morning

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    CBS
    Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell host "CBS This Morning," a morning show with a brand new format, look and state-of-the-art studio. The style, tone, and content of the new morning program extends CBS News' commitment to original reporting and journalistic integrity. The broadcast presents a mix of daily news, coverage of developing stories of national and global significance, and interviews with leading figures in politics, business and entertainment.moreless
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    Popcorn

    Popcorn

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    Popcorn is a weekly television entertainment program which showcases celebrated Rolling Stone magazine film critic Peter Travers. Want to know what's going on at the movies? Who the hottest actors in Hollywood are? All the funny stories behind making the movie? Then check out Popcorn! Peter Travers talks with Tinseltown's premiere actors and actresses vis a vis their current high profile projects. Travers interviews the biggest and the best at the box office, from Tracy Morgan to Hugh Grant to Sarah Jessica Parker. Travers also has feature shows on fall, holiday and other seasonal movie previews. Popcorn airs at 2:35p/ET on Wednesdays and Thursdays on ABC News Now the 24-hour digital cable channel by ABC News. ABC News Now is available in over 34 million homes on digital cable TV, broadband internet and cell phones. The show also waxes on the latest and greatest at the cinema, plus recommendations on the latest DVD releases.moreless
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    GameTrailers TV with Geoff Keighley

    GameTrailers TV with Geoff Keighley

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    Get access to the world of videogaming as Geoff Keighley, Amanda MacKay and Daniel Kayser report on the latest in game reviews and previews.
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    NOVA scienceNOW

    NOVA scienceNOW

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    "NOVA scienceNOW" is a magazine-style offshoot of the popular NOVA series. Airing five times a year, NOVA scienceNOW covers the latest news in the most controversial and headline-making fields of science such as the origins of life, artificial life, hurricane tracking, hydrogen fuel cells, and stem cell research.moreless
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    Biography

    Biography

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    This show provides an in-depth profile of the lives of people throughout history who have captured our imagination.
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    Aerial America

    Aerial America

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    Shot completely in HD, this captivating journey shows some of the rarest views of some of the nation's most popular landmarks in a whole new light.
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    20/20

    20/20

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    Among the most recognized and revered television newsmagazines, 20/20 was ABC's answer to CBS's 60 Minutes. Though some stories were humorous, light-hearted and sometimes frivolous features, the meat of "20/20's" programming was investigative reporting many times exposing corporate, medical, educational and governmental wrongdoing, incompetence and criminal negligence and reports on news events of the week from (often) different angles than was seen on the nightly news. Though most of the reports proved to be factual, some were heralded as sensationalist; others led to allegations of libel while at least one story later proved to be an embarrassing hoax. The show's current co-anchors are John Stossel and Elizabeth Vargas.moreless
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    Sunday Morning

    Sunday Morning

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    90-minute news program devoted to the latest news, weather, television reviews, and more.
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