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Late Night Lineup: Eva Mendes on Conan, Alec Baldwin on Fallon & More

by Maggie Furlong, posted May 4th 2011 8:00PM
Eva MendesI've always been a Conan O'Brien fan, and I can't wait to hear Jon Stewart's take on big news stories, but is it just me or are all the late night talk shows getting better?

Lately I've been finding myself watching full episodes of talk shows and replaying funny clips the next day -- like this cute one of Mindy Kaling talking about slaves and the 'Real Housewives' on Ferguson. (Yes, I said "cute" and "slaves" in the same sentence. Watch it before you judge!)

It got me thinking: While a lot of the late night shows don't need our ratings help, would more people tune in if they knew who the guests would be on any given night?

So, without further ado, I give you our new (if you like it) Late Night Lineup List -- a handy daily guide of who's on everything from 'The Tonight Show' to 'Chelsea Lately.'

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May 2011 Calendar of Premieres, Specials and Finales

by Jason Hughes, posted May 1st 2011 1:00PM
'So You Think You Can Dance' / 'The Looney Tunes Show' / 'America's Got Talent'

It's May again, and while that mostly means finales for most of our network fall and spring favorites, there's plenty to get excited about in the month as well. Saying goodbye to the regular season means saying hello to summer favorites like 'So You Think You Can Dance' on FOX and 'America's Got Talent' on NBC. ABC offers up a new healthy addition to a popular franchise with 'Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition,' along with a new season of 'The Bachelorette.'

If reality isn't your thing, USA kicks off new seasons of 'In Plain Sight' and 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' (because a season without 'L&O' is unthinkable!). CBS also premieres the new season of summer favorite 'Flashpoint.'

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May 2011 Finale Dates: When Will My Favorite Show End?

by Rich Keller, posted May 1st 2011 9:00AM
SmallvilleHow the logical movement of seconds and minutes soars! Doesn't it seem like only days ago when we all perched in front of our flat screens to watch the season premieres of our favorite shows?

The May Sweeps period is upon us and thus the month is chock full of finales for those same favorite programs. Like many seasons prior, most of the shows will say goodbye toward the middle of the month. There are also a few shows who will not be returning to the airwaves after the season ends, either due to their logical end or the fall of the figurative axe by network executives.

Here's a comprehensive list of every May season and series finale for the 2010-2011 television season.

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May Sweeps 2011: Guest Stars, Special Events and Other Fun Stuff

by Rich Keller, posted Apr 28th 2011 2:00PM
Glee, New York, NationalsMay is a bittersweet time for television fans. On the one hand, May Sweeps means special events and guest stars galore for your favorite shows -- plenty of fun things to keep you glued to the set even when you really have to go to the bathroom. On the other hand, it's a month for your shows to say goodbye for the summer; sometimes forever.

So much goes on during the Sweeps period, it can be hard to keep track. Luckily, we've got a handy list to help you plan your viewing evenings and coordinate your DVR recordings. After the jump, check out the guest stars, special events, births and deaths you'll be seeing over the next month.

Warning: Spoilers ahead.

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The Royal Wedding: A Viewing Guide

by Kim Potts, posted Apr 24th 2011 9:00AM
William and KateMore than two billion (billion!) people from around the globe are expected to tune in for at least part of Friday's wedding of the century between Prince William and college sweetheart Kate Middleton.

There's certainly no lack of TV outlets offering coverage of everything Royal Wedding-related, from William and Kate's courtship to the big day to a post-wedding review. Here, a rundown of when and where to catch all the royal wedding happenings:

MONDAY, APRIL 25

'The Newlywed Game' Royal Week (Monday-Friday, 6:30PM, GSN) -- The Sherri Shepherd-hosted game show will have a different "monarchy" theme for each episode next week, including couples who were married in castles (Mon.), couples married in Queens (New York) on Weds., and couples named William and Kate on Friday.

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What's On Tonight: 'American Idol,' 'Modern Family' and 'Extreme Couponing'

by Elena Cox, posted Apr 13th 2011 12:30PM
'Modern Family'Here's what's on TV tonight (all times Eastern). Check your local TV listings for the full schedule.

8PM

CBS: 'Survivor'
ABC: 'The Middle'
NBC: 'Minute to Win It'
FOX: 'American Idol'
The CW: 'America's Next Top Model'

8:30

ABC: 'Better With You'
FOOD: 'Throwdown With Bobby Flay'

After the jump, the rest of the schedule and the late-night talk shows.

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USA Network Announces Summer 2011 Schedule

by Chris Harnick, posted Apr 11th 2011 2:45PM
White CollarBreak out that popcorn -- USA Network is bringing back its classic summer-fun programming with new episodes of hits such as 'Covert Affairs,' 'White Collar' and new shows including 'Suits' and 'Necessary Roughness.'

'Suits,' formerly known as 'A Legal Mind,' stars Gabriel Macht as a top corporate lawyer and Patrick J. Adams as Mike Ross, a brilliant college dropout. Gina Torres also stars.

USA's other new series, 'Necessary Roughness,' follows Callie Thorne as a therapist for a football team. She soon becomes the go-to therapist for big names in music and politics. Mehcad Brooks, Marc Blucas and Scott Cohen also star.

Check out USA's full schedule below.

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April 2011 Calendar of Premieres, Specials and Finales

by Jason Hughes, posted Apr 1st 2011 5:30PM
'Camelot' / 'Doctor Who' / 'Game of Thrones'
The big story for April 2011 is the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. It absolutely dominates the back half of the month, with specials across the dial leading up to the special event, airing live on TLC starting at 5:00AM ET in the United States. If wedding fatigue has you frazzled by then, check out the last listing of the month. Animal Planet has got you covered with a 'Too Cute! Kittens' special the day after the wedding. Awww!

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CBS Announces Spring 2011 Finale Dates

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 28th 2011 5:45PM
The MentalistLike all good things, the 2010–2011 TV season must come to an end. However, rest assured that your favorite shows will pull out all the stops when it comes to season-ending episodes.

CBS released its finale schedule today, which includes two-hour editions of 'The Mentalist,' 'Survivor: Redemption Island' and 'The Amazing Race.'

For a complete list of the finales, check out the schedule after the jump.

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March 2011 Calendar of Premieres, Specials and Finales

by Jason Hughes, posted Mar 1st 2011 10:05AM
Blair Underwood, 'The Event' / Donald Trump, 'Celebrity Apprentice' / Wendy Williams, 'Dancing With the Stars'
February sweeps may be over, but that doesn't mean it's all reruns on television. March is a month of transitions as several shows say goodbye, and just as many say hello.

Some goodbyes are permanent like the final episodes of 'Greek,' 'Supernanny' and 'Big Love.' Others face more uncertain futures like 'V,' 'Detroit 1-8-7,' 'The Defenders' and 'Skins.'

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February 2011 TV Calendar of Premieres, Specials and Finales

by Jason Hughes, posted Feb 1st 2011 6:00AM
'Mr. Sunshine' / 'The 83rd Annual Academy Awards' / 'The Chicago Code'While everyone's expecting this year's Super Bowl to set new television viewing records, as the NFL has been doing all season, that doesn't mean there's nothing else going on this month. Fox brings you not only the big game, but that special super-sized episode of 'Glee' airing right after it, as well as new series 'The Chicago Code' and 'Traffic Light.'

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January 2011 TV Calendar of Premieres, Specials & Finales

by Jason Hughes, posted Jan 3rd 2011 8:00AM
'Parks & Recreation' / Oprah Winfrey ' /American Idol'
A new year means new television, as well as the returns of most of our fall favorites from their holiday breaks. This year brings a whole new network to the television landscape as well, as Oprah Winfrey wrapped production on her syndicated talk show to bring us OWN. The network premieres with previews of most of its new shows throughout the day on Jan. 1, before rolling out its full schedule the first week of the month.

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What's On Tonight Extra: When Your Favorite Shows Are Coming Back

by Rich Keller, posted Dec 29th 2010 2:00PM
'Parks and Recreation' returns to the NBC schedule this January.January is coming, which means two things: a new year for you to start fresh and the return of new episodes of your favorite shows. Well, at least those that weren't canceled already during the first three months of the 2010-11 campaign.

In fact, the first month of 2011 will be pretty busy as shows that premiered in September are joined by a slew of new programs, meaning some changes in the schedule. This is especially true for FOX, whose grid will be thrown into disarray now that 'Glee' is the big dog and 'American Idol' is being shifted to Wednesday and Thursday nights.

To keep track of it all, we've compiled a list of return dates and times that you can refer back to when you get totally confused. Just remember that the networks can change these plans at a moment's notice. We'll try to keep the list updated as these decisions happen.

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December 2010 Calendar of Premieres, Specials & Finales

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 1st 2010 10:00AM
'Little People Big World' / 'Doctor Who' / 'A Charlie Brown Christmas'
It's that time of year again, and while many of your favorite shows are headed into holiday hiatuses, there's still plenty of good television to catch as winter settles in. 'Robot Chicken' offers up its third 'Star Wars' send-up, while 'The Hasselhoffs' takes us perhaps closer than any of us want into the life of David Hasselhoff and his family (Please no more cheeseburgers).

On top of the usual suspects of holiday specials, this year we're treated to holiday-themed sci-fi specials for 'Eureka,' 'Warehouse 13' and 'Doctor Who.' Gordon Ramsay has two holiday specials, the season finale of 'Hell's Kitchen' and the premiere of yet another new series, 'Ramsay's Best Restaurant' this month, in case you were concerned he wouldn't continue to be all over television.

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NBC Could Move '30 Rock' to 10PM for a Six-Comedy Thursday Night

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 15th 2010 1:10PM
'30 Rock'Another season, another 10PM scheduling shakeup for NBC. Don't worry, though -- this has nothing to do with Jay Leno.

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that NBC might move '30 Rock' to 10PM as part of a "six sitcom" strategy for Thursday nights. When 'Parks and Recreation' returns in 2011, the network would also debut another sitcom that has been waiting in the wings, 'Perfect Couples.'

The line-up for Thursday night could then look something like this:

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