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What's On Tonight: 'Party Down,' 'Clone Wars,' 'Ben 10,' 'NFL Draft'

by Rich Keller, posted Apr 23rd 2010 1:07PM
'Party Down' returns for a new season at 10 p.m. on Starz
Here's tonight's lineup of new shows and events (all times Eastern). Check your local
TV listings for additional information.

Starts at 7:00
ESPN: '2010 NFL Draft' -- Rounds 2 and 3

8:00 to 9:00
ABC: 'Wife Swap'
The CW: 'Smallville'
NBC: 'Who Do You Think You Are?' -- Two Hours
Cartoon Network: 'Ben 10: Ultimate Alien' and 'Generator Rex'
Disney: 'The Suite Life on Deck'
Nick: 'Big Time Rush' and 'Victorious'

9:00 to 10:00
ABC: 'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution' -- Season (series?) finale
Animal Planet: 'I Shouldn't Be Alive'
Cartoon Network: 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars'
CMT: 'Gator 911' and 'Danger Coast'
Discovery: 'Swamp Loggers'
HBO: 'The Ricky Gervais Show' and 'The Life & Times of Tim'
National Geographic: 'Dog Whisperer'
TeenNick: 'Degrassi: The Next Generation'
TLC: 'Say Yes to the Dress' -- Season premiere. Two 30-minute episodes
SyFy: 'Stargate Universe'

10:00 to 11:00
ABC: '20/20' -- Stories on false accusations
CBS: 'Miami Medical'
BBC America: 'Friday Night With Jonathan Ross' -- Idris Elba; Kiefer Sutherland; Gemma Arterton; performance by Alphabeat
CMT: 'Smoke Jumpers'
HBO: 'Real Time With Bill Maher' -- Journalist Matthew Continetti; security expert Susan Eisenhower; Rep. Alan Grayson; counter-terrorism expert Richard Clarke; activist Dr. Jack Kevorkian
Discovery: 'American Loggers' -- Season finale
E! 'The Soup'
Food Network: 'Private Chefs of Beverly Hills'
SyFy: 'Merlin'
Starz: 'Party Down' and 'Gravity' -- Season and series premieres, respectively
TLC: 'Four Weddings'

After the jump, the late night talk shows.

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Jonathan Ross says bye-bye to the BBC

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jan 7th 2010 6:02PM
While Americans were wondering whether or not they are about to lose their familiar late night face, Great Britain said goodbye to theirs.

Jonathan Ross, the host of the BBC's and BBC America's late night chat show Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, has announced he won't renew his contract with the broadcasting giant.

The talker released a statemen
t that said his decision to leave was not motivated by money and contained "other considerations." He reiterated his kind sentiments towards the network met with reporters at his home as he brought them some tea.

Any idea who might make for a good replacement once his contract runs out?

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Christopher Walken Performs Lady Gaga's 'Poker Face' on 'Jonathan Ross' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Nov 9th 2009 11:52AM
Sure, Christopher Walken sometimes plays a tad creepy and more than a little menacing, but as shown by his memorable footwork in Fatboy Slim's 'Weapon of Choice' video, his seven turns as host of 'Saturday Night Live,' and now this clip from BBC America's 'Friday Night With Jonathan Ross,' he also does funny.

Walken gives a spoken-word performance of Lady Gaga's monster hit 'Poker Face' using his trademark unique speech pattern and bizarre inflection. Once again he proves he could read the ingredients off a frozen package of vegetables and make it hilarious.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Streisand Tonight: On Jonathan Ross's BBC America Show

by Allison Waldman, posted Oct 9th 2009 4:20PM
It's been a good week for Barbra Streisand. Her new CD, Love Is the Answer, debuted at number one on the Billboard Top 200 chart, beating out Mariah Carey, Madonna and Paramore. Not bad for a lady who had her first chart-topper in 1964 with People. Well, tonight on BBC America, you'll have a chance to hear Streisand talk about the CD and sing two songs from it as well. Friday Night With Streisand & Ross airs on tonight at 9 p.m. on BBC America, a special edition of the UK talk show starring Jonathan Ross.

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Doctor Who 'Christmas Invasion' countdown part seven

by Martin Conaghan, posted Dec 24th 2005 10:48AM

Speaking on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross on BBC ONE ahead of the Doctor Who Christmas Day special, The Christmas Invasion, the new Doctor, David Tennant said that he will be hanging around for the foreseeable future -- certainly, he'll be staying in the title role for a second series.

"It's a bit of a gamble.," said Tennant. "The danger is that you get stuck with it, but the other option is you don't do it. I didn't want to be that guy. As long as I don't get the sack, I'll do another series."

He also admitted that he's apprehensive about taking over from Christopher Eccleston: "It's almost too exciting, all a bit daunting. It was the most successful TV show of the year; if it all goes wrong it's my fault."

Viewers in the U.K. will find out how much of a Doctor Tennant is on Christmas Day, when The Christmas Invasion is broadcast at 1900GMT (60mins) on BBC ONE.

Via: Digital Spy.

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