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donderdag 31 januari 2013

ABC Orders Comedies 'Bad Management,' Untitled Andrea Abbate Project to Pilot

ABC has ordered single-camera comedies "Bad Management" and an untitled Andrea Abbate project to pilot, the network said on Wednesday.

20th Century Fox's Andrea Abbate-written half-hour comedy is being executive-produced by Shawn Levy, Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements of 21 Laps/Adelstein Productions.

The series will follow the mother of an adopted African-American boy who takes on the responsibility of raising her brother's kids after he is sent to prison.

ABC Studio's "Bad Management," written by Sharon Horgan and Holly Walsh, will be executive-produced by Aaron Kaplan, whose producing credits include "You, Me and Dupree," "Made of Honor" and "Knowing."

Horgan will star as a self-centered boss at a high-end department store whose authority is challenged by her own boss' son, who makes youth and sex the new focus of the company.

'Katie' Renewed for Second Season

Katie Couric's daytime career looks secure: Her show "Katie" has been renewed for a second season.

“‘Katie’ is the number one new syndicated talk show of the 2012-2013 season and we are thrilled to announce a green light for season two,” said Janice Marinelli, president of Disney-ABC Domestic Television.

"Hosting, producing and launching a show from scratch has been challenging but very rewarding," said Couric.

The series has led other freshman and sophomore daytime talk shows since its premiere in September, and Couric recently scored a coup with the first on-camera interview with Manti Te’o after the college football star addressed the faked death of a fake Internet girlfriend.

Comedy Central Picks Up Second Season of 'Kroll Show'

Comedy Central renewed Nick Kroll's pop culture series "Kroll Show" for a second season, the network announced Wednesday.

The show's premiere episode on Jan. 16 drew 1.4 million total viewers, Comedy Central said.

Written and executive produced by Kroll, a former "Best Week Ever" co-star and comedian, the show is a sketch-comedy series starring its eponymous creator playing various roles.

“All of me are very excited,” Kroll said.

Jessie J to shave head live on TV for Comic Relief on Red Nose Day

Jessie J has announced that she will be shaving her head on live TV as part of Comic Relief's Red Nose Day fundraising extravaganza.

The popstar and Voice judge will have her locks cut down to 0.5mm for a 'Big Dare' to raise money for the charity.

"Shaving my head for charity is something I've promised to do for a long time and Comic Relief has given me the opportunity to try and raise as much money as possible for good causes by doing it," said the 'Price Tag' popstar.

"I've loved watching Red Nose Day since I was a kid and I'm so excited to join this year's team of celebrity 'fun raisers' and help support the campaign.

"So this Red Nose Day I'll be shaving my head live on the night of TV! I won't deny that I'm nervous but I am also honoured to be part of this year's campaign.

"Together with help from the UK public, we are on a mission to raise more money than ever before for Red Nose Day. So come on, let's do it!"

Red Nose Day is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and the TV celebrations will take place on Friday, March 15.

Michael McIntyre, Rob Brydon, John Bishop, Zoe Ball, Lenny Henry, Davina McCall, Nick Grimshaw, Jonathan Ross and Claudia Winkleman will be among the presenters across the evening

Comedy across the evening will include sketches from Call the Midwife, Rowan Atkinson, Fresh Meat and Russell Howard's Good News.

Stella McCartney has designed Red Nose Day T-shirts, which have been modelled by Caroline Flack, Stephen Fry, Miranda Hart, David Walliams, Jack Whitehall and Claudia Winkleman. They are available to buy from TK Maxx nationwide, and

One Direction are releasing this year's official Red Nose Day single, a cover of Blondie's 'One Way Or Another', and Melanie C, Jack Dee, Chelsee Healey, Phillips Idowu, Greg James and Dara Ó Briain are currently taking part in this year's BT Red Nose Day Challenge - a trip down the Zambezi River to Victoria Falls.

Broadcast Awards 2013 winners list

The list of winners from the Broadcast Awards 2013 below:

Best Children's Programme
The Gruffalo's Child
Horrible Histories
Incredible Edibles
Lost Christmas
Newsround - Autism and Me - WINNER!

Best Comedy Programme
Cardinal Burns - WINNER!
Fresh Meat
Mrs Brown's Boys
Twenty Twelve

Best Daytime Programme
Antiques Roadtrip
The Chase - WINNER!
Loose Women
Moving On
Phil Spencer: Secret Agent
Secret Dealers

Best Documentary Programme
7/7 One Day in London - WINNER!
Elizabeth Taylor - Auction of a Lifetime
Mummifying Alan: Egypt's Last Secret
Nina Conti - A Ventriloquist's Story: Her Master's Voice
Proud and Prejudiced

Best Documentary Series
24 Hours in A&E
Educating Essex - WINNER!
Frozen Planet
Our War
The Secret History of Our Streets
The Tube

Best Drama Series or Serial
Call the Midwife
Line of Duty
Parade's End
Scott and Bailey
This Is England '88
Top Boy - WINNER!

Best Entertainment Programme
Britain's Got Talent
Celebrity Juice
Derren Brown The Experiments: The Assassin
Dynamo: Magician Impossible - WINNER!
The Revolution Will Be Televised
Take Me Out

Best Multichannel Programme
Cardinal Burns - WINNER!
Celebrity Juice
Dynamo: Magician Impossible
Him & Her

Best Music Programme
Hackney Weekend 2012
House Party
Michael Bublé: Home for Christmas
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert - WINNER!
The Ronnie Wood Show
Titanic: A Commemoration in Music and Film

Best News/Current Affairs Programme
Britain's Gay Footballers
Dispatches - Britain's Sex Gangs
ITV News - The Forgotten Fallen?
Panorama - Homs: Journey into Hell
Sri Lanka's Killing Fields: War Crimes Unpunished - WINNER!
Syria's Torture Machine

Best Original Programme
All in the Best Possible Taste with Grayson Perry
Hit & Miss
Holy Flying Circus - WINNER!
Mummifying Alan: Egypt's Last Secret
My Transsexual Summer
The Undateables

Best Popular Factual Programme
Bank of Dave
Britain's Secret Treasures
The Choir: Military Wives
Hippo: Nature's Wild Feast
Make Bradford British - WINNER!
The Undateables

Best Single Drama
A Mother's Son
Black Mirror - The National Anthem
Holy Flying Circus
Murder: Joint Enterprise
My Murder - WINNER!

Best Soap/Continuing Drama
Coronation Street - WINNER!
Holby City

Best Sports Programme
Isle of Man TT Races 2012
London 2012 Paralympics
The Olympics - WINNER!
Trans World Sport
Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12
Wimbledon - Men's Final
BBC Sport for BBC One

Channel of the Year
BBC Four
Channel 4
Channel 5
Sky1 HD

'How I Met Your Mother' Gets Final Season - and Reveals the Mother

"How I Met Your Mother" will be back for a ninth and final season that will reveal -- finally -- who the mother is.

CBS and 20th Century Fox Television announced Wednesday that the series would be back for one final go-round with series regulars Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris and Alyson Hannigan, as well as series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas.

For eight years, viewers have wondered about the identity of the titular mother -- and she will finally be revealed in the final season.

"Through eight years, 'How I Met Your Mother' has mastered the art of leading-edge comedy, emotional water-cooler moments and pop culture catch phrases,” said Nina Tassler, president of CBS Entertainment.  “We are excited for Carter, Craig, Pam Fryman and this amazing cast to tell the final chapter and reveal television’s most mysterious mother to some of TV’s most passionate fans.”

Fox Orders Graham Yost Navy Pilot

Fox has ordered a Navy-themed pilot from "Justified" creator Graham Yost and another drama about a gangbanger who infiltrates the San Francisco Police Department from former "The Shield" producer Scott Rosenbaum.

"Wild Blue," from Sony Pictures Television, is executive produced by Yost (pictured), Mark Johnson and director Michael Dinner. Taylor Elmore is writing and co-executive producing, and Melissa Bernstein is also co-executive producing. The show is described as an "upstairs/downstairs look at pressure-cooker lives of the US Navy" on board an aircraft carrier.

"Gang Related," from Imagine Entertainment in association with Twentieth Century Fox Television, is written and executive produced by Chris Morgan. It follows a gang member who, in "The Departed" tradition, is sent to infiltrate a police force. But he begins to feel more loyal to the San Francisco Police Department's Gang Task Force.

'Dancing on Ice': Jason Gardiner sorry for 'locked-in syndrome' remark

Jason Gardiner has apologised for a comment he made on a recent episode of Dancing on Ice.

The TV show judge compared Shayne Ward's performance to somebody suffering from locked-in syndrome, a condition that leaves people paralysed except for their eye muscles.

He said: "It started well for me and I thought you were in your stride but it kind of ended up livin' la vida locked-in syndrome because you were throwing everything away."

Ofcom has received 24 official complaints about Gardiner's remark on Sunday night (January 27), reports The Sun.

Jason Gardiner initially defended his comments, tweeting: "I think it's good to bring taboo topics into the open."

However, he later said sorry for his remark, saying: "I sincerely apologise for any offence caused. That was never my intention."

Viewers also took to Twitter to ask ITV to remove Gardiner from the show.

One user wrote: "Jason Gardiner is disgusting and should be sacked", while others described it as "sickening" and "deeply upsetting".

Anthea Turner - who was voted out of the show on Sunday - said: "That's the worst. I don't think he thought that one through."

'Downton Abbey' Brendan Coyle tells Twitter user to "go f**k yourself"

Brendan Coyle reportedly had a Twitter spat with a fan in which he told her to "go f**k yourself".

The actor - who plays John Bates in Downton Abbey - got into an argument with the fan over his disapproval of Margaret Thatcher.

NHS consultant Roberta Knighton told him that his Twitter comments about the former prime minister were "beneath" him.

However, the actor replied: "Hard to know how to respond to that... but go f**k yourself feels about right."

He added: "You have no idea what is beneath me... p.s. go f**k yourself x". He then blocked her from viewing his account, according to The Sun.

Knighton said: "He comes across as utterly sweet and gentle then speaks to people like that. I was shocked."

Brendan Coyle said last year that the cast of Downton Abbey know when the show will come to an end.

David Tennant to star in 'Spooks' creator's new drama 'Escape Artist'

David Tennant has been confirmed to star in new BBC One drama The Escape Artist.

The three-part legal thriller has been written by Spooks creator David Wolstencroft.

Former Doctor Who star Tennant will play Will Burton, a talented junior barrister who has earned the nickname 'The Escape Artist' for his skill in getting his clients out of tight legal corners.

But when Burton acquits the prime suspect in a horrific murder trial, he finds that his brilliance comes back to bite him with unexpected and chilling results.

Toby Kebbell (RocknRolla), Sophie Okonedo (The Slap) and Ashley Jensen (Extras) will also star in the new drama, directed by Brian Welsh (Black Mirror).

Producer Hilary Bevan Jones said: "The outstanding cast we have assembled, which is headed by David Tennant, Toby Kebbell, Sophie Okonedo and Ashley Jensen, is a testament to David's breathtaking and original script.

"Directed by Brian Welsh and produced by Paul Frift, I believe The Escape Artist will be one of the most anticipated TV drama events of 2013."

Wolstencroft added that The Escape Artist will get into the "blood and guts" of the legal system.

"I wanted to write a thriller set in the legal world that's as much about those primal feelings as it is about the twists and turns of the case," he explained.

"David Tennant is one of the most accomplished and iconic actors of his generation. I cannot wait to see him in Will's shoes."

Clare Balding joins BT Sport presenting team

Clare Balding is the latest big name presenter to sign a deal with BT Vision and will host her own BT Sport chat show.

Balding, who was one of the main anchors of the BBC's London 2012 Olympic coverage, has landed a weekly magazine series that will feature interviews, debates and chat about the latest hot topics in the world of sport.

The latest project is on top of Balding's commitments as the face of Channel 4 racing and the host of new BBC Saturday night series Britain's Brightest.

"I'd like to thank BT for giving me the opportunity to present my own magazine show," said Balding.

"I'm enthused by BT's vision for sports coverage in the future and particularly their support of women's sport, an issue about which I feel very strongly. This is an exciting new venture for me and I can't wait to get started."

BT Sport launches this summer and will be centred around the acquisition of Premier League football rights. The channel will show 38 live games and gets 'first pick' on 18 of the matches, for the next three seasons. It also has rights for rugby union and women's tennis.

Jake Humphrey quit his role as the BBC's F1 anchor last year to head up BT Sport's football coverage.

BT Sport boss Simon Green said: "We're thrilled to have signed Clare for BT Sport. She excels at presenting a variety of different sports and she showed last summer what an accomplished live performer she is, so we wanted to give her an opportunity to anchor her own weekly flagship show for BT Sport."

Gabrielle Giffords to Congress: 'Too Many Children Are Dying'

Gabrielle Giffords, the former congresswoman shot in the head in a mass shooting two years ago, called on her former colleagues Wednesday to pass laws to reduce gun violence.

Giffords spoke at a painstakingly slow pace, saying she has not fully recovered since Jared L. Loughner nearly killed her in a rampage in Arizona in January 2011. She did not take questions from the panel after her remarks.

"Thank you for inviting me here today. This is an important conversation for our children, for our communities, for Democrats and Republicans," she said. "Speaking is difficult, but I need to say something important."

She said "violence is a big problem," then pointed to the number of child deaths, a flashpoint of the gun control debate since a gunman killed 20 kindergarten students at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., last month.

"Too many children are dying. Too many children," Giffords said. "We must do something. It will be hard but the time is now. You must act. Be bold. Be courageous. Americans are counting on you. Thank you."

National Rifle Association executive Wayne LaPierre addressed Congress soon after Giffords, and urged lawmakers to place armed guards in schools rather than put restrictions on firearms. Last month, he said violent films and video games contribute to a culture of violence.

'The Americans' Review: A Cold War Drama That's Getting Warm

Everything that's right and wrong about FX's "The Americans" can be summed up in its musical choices.

Fleetwood Mac's jittery 1979 anthem "Tusk" represents what's good about the new series, which premieres Wednesday and follows a KGB couple living in Reagan's America. The song is paranoid, mysterious, scary and just weird – everything "The Americans" is at its best.

But then there's the odd choice of Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight," a 1981 hit that accompanies an out-of-nowhere sex scene. Yes: The show tries to wring passion from a song that's already been worked over by "Miami Vice" and even played for laughs in "The Hangover." It's too obvious, like the lesser parts of "The Americans."

But the series, created by ex-CIA agent Joe Weisberg and starring a very capable Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys, has more good than bad. It also has plenty of potential, thanks to one of the best concepts in recent memory.

Russell and Rhys play two Russian agents living as Phillip and Elizabeth Jennings, two Washington suburbanites. Phillip, a bit of a mercenary, would probably defect to the U.S. if his wife would go along. Elizabeth, meanwhile, is still loyal to the U.S.S.R. – even though she has good reason not to be.

As they raise their children as unsuspecting Americans, they remember their own upbringings behind the Iron Curtain – which was particularly rough for Elizabeth. Still, she doesn't want her kids to grow up as profligate as she believes Americans to be.

The premiere's best line comes from the couple's teenage daughter, Paige (Holly Taylor), as she defends her clothes.

"Things are different than they were when you grew up," she tells her mom, unaware that Elizabeth began training for the KGB when she was her age. "People are… freer."

The family tension -- especially between Phillip and Elizabeth -- is the most captivating part of the show. It's hard to imagine a trickier bit of spycraft than concealing your nationality from your children. Or persuading your wife to switch sides in the Cold War.

The homefront drama picks up when an FBI agent (an excellent Noah Emmerich) moves into the neighborhood. He's smart enough to be suspicious of his seemingly all-American neighbors.

All of this means the show is packed with intrigue -- even before the Jennings leave home. Somehow, the show gets less convincing when they do.

Both the first and second episodes contain ticking-clock elements that feel like artificial attempts to ratchet up the tension. In the first episode, they capture a turncoat who's been bribed into helping the U.S. government – and have to hold him captive in the trunk of their Oldsmobile.

In the second episode, Phillip finds a way to blackmail Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger's maid that feels like a kitschy contrivance for a lesser Bond movie.

"The Americans" is too smart for these kinds of police-procedural-style plot maneuvers, which feel designed to keep us tuned in through the next commercial rather than hooked for good.

There's just no need for the narrative tricks when I'd tune in just to watch Phillip talk about the Miracle on Ice with his FBI neighbor, trying not to betray his fondness for the Russian team.

But "The Americans" isn't confident in its viewers to let too many small moments develop. Besides the ticking-clock devices, it also tries to hook us with plenty of not-entirely-necessary sex scenes, including the one that features that played-out Phil Collins song.

Unlike its Soviet protagonists, the show can afford to relax: Even without bribes, it's fundamentally sound enough to keep us from defecting.

Stephen Merchant on 'Derek': 'The knives are out for Ricky Gervais'

Stephen Merchant has defended Ricky Gervais's Channel 4 comedy Derek, claiming that there are people in the industry who are determined to take down the comedian.

Merchant, who worked with Gervais on The Office and Extras, said that any "outrage" about the care home sitcom was an inevitable result of his friend's huge success.

"I feel like the knives are out for Ricky whatever he does," Merchant told Shortlist.

"It's happened to every successful performer in this country. Stephen Fry was targeted a while back - he was much loved in the days of Fry & Laurie, then he became 'Mr Know-It-All' and now he's a national treasure. It seems to be standard practice.

"People assume Ricky's agenda is how to shock people, but it's not. He explores areas that are uncomfortable, but never with the intention of just giggling in the corner like a schoolboy."

Merchant is currently promoting the British comedy film I Give It A Year. He is also working on HBO comedy Hello Ladies.

Inspired by his stand-up material, the show will feature Merchant playing a web designer in LA who spends a lot of his time "failing to seduce attractive women".

'Pet Hoarders' show coming to Channel 5

Channel 5 has confirmed details of a one-off documentary about obsessive animal lovers titled Pet Hoarders.

The show will explore households where animals have truly taken over and where owners are struggling to maintain their expanding pet populations.

"We are a nation of pet lovers but the Pet Hoarders have taken this to another level. You know the animals have taken over when your home becomes one big food bowl come dog basket," said Channel 5 commissioner Michelle Chappell.

The documentary will feature Ann, who lives with 40 cats, 50 dogs and 5 alpacas; Marlene, who spends £200 a week on her 43 cats; and Deborah, who houses 33 battery hens in her kitchen.

Emma Lambent from Lambent Productions added: "It's a fascinating subject to explore and a rich world to open up.

"Lambent is well known for our ability to tell hidden stories with care and sensitivity and we are thrilled to be making this for Channel 5."

TV Tonight 31st of January 2013

The daily list in alphabetical order, of all the new episodes airing.

30 Rock S07E13: "Last Lunch"
30 Rock S07E12: "Hogcock!"
American Idol S12E06: "Auditions #6"
Anderson Live S02E97: "Co-Host Stacy London"
Anger Management S02E04: "Charlie’s Dad Breaks Bad"
Antiques Road Trip S06E19: "Series 6, Episode 19"
Archer (2009) S04E03: "Legs"
Beauty and the Beast (2012) S01E11: "On Thin Ice"
Bellator MMA Live S01E03: "TBA"
Beyond Scared Straight S03E16: "Suffolk County, MA (Boys)"
Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai S02E04: "TBA"
Buck Wild S01E10: "TBA"
Buck Wild S01E09: "TBA"
Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe S01E01: "Episode 1"
Chef Wanted with Anne Burrell S02E01: "TBA"
Chelsea Lately S07E16:
Come Dine With Me S20E100: "Series 20, Episode 79"
Conan S03E39: "Occupy Conan: When Outsourcing Goes Too Far"
Dag (NO) S03E03: "Season 3, Episode 3"
Dangerous Drivers' School S02E01: "Series 2, Episode 1"
Daybreak S03E102: "January 31, 2013"
Days of our Lives S48E57: "Ep. #12013"
Deadliest Space Weather S01E05
Deal Or No Deal (UK) S08E148: "Episode 2141"
Do No Harm S01E01: "Pilot"
Doctors S14E181: "Monster"
EastEnders S29E19: "January 31, 2013"
El Barco S03E13: "El gato y el ratón"
Elementary S01E13: "The Red Team"
Emmerdale S42E27: "January 31, 2013 [Episode 2]"
Emmerdale S42E26: "January 31, 2013"
Face the Clock S01E19: "Episode 19"
Four In A Bed S04E19: "Series 4, Episode 19"
Four Weddings (2010) S04E36: "TBA"
General Hospital (US) S50E208: "#12736"
GJ-bu S01E04: "After School Cultural Festival Party"
Glee S04E12: "Naked"
Golden Goal S14E01: "Season 14, Episode 1"
Got to Dance S04E27: "Series 4, Episode 27"
Great British Menu S08E04: "Series 8, Episode 4"
Great British Railway Journeys S04E19
Grey's Anatomy S09E13: "Bad Blood"
Hollyoaks S19E22: "January 31, 2013"
Home and Away (AU) S26E09: "Episode 5669"
Hotel cæsar S29E116: "Season 29, Episode 116"
House Hunters S51E23: "Midwest House for Portland Prices"
House Hunters International S35E15
House of Anubis S03E09: "House of Trickery"
House of Anubis S03E10: "House of Unity"
Impact Wrestling S08E122: "Season 8, Epixsode 122"
Jimmy Kimmel Live S11E19
Judge Judy S17E124
Judge Judy S17E123: "Online Whirlwind Romance | No Good Deed!"
Junior Doctors – Your Life In Their Hands S03E03
Kathy S02E04: "TBA"
King of the Nerds S01E03: "Games without Frontiers"
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness S02E24
Last Call with Carson Daly S10E104
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon S04E17
Late Show with David Letterman S20E76
Legit S01E03: "Love"
Location Location Location S16E05: "Series 16, Episode 5"
Loose Women S17E92: "Series 17, Show 92"
Mary Mary S02E09: "TBA"
Moving On S04E04: "Blood Ties"
Naruto: Shippuuden S11E56: "Finally They Meet!! Naruto vs. Itachi"
Nattpatruljen S01E16: "Season 1, Episode 16"
Neighbours S29E19: "Episode 6569"
Person of Interest S02E13: "Dead Reckoning"
Pointless S08E22: "Series 8, Episode 22"
Project Runway S11E02: "Spin Out"
Property Wars S02E07: "TBA"
Property Wars S02E08: "TBA"
Question Time S33E16: "Lancaster"
Rehab Addict S03E04: "A Mantle to Remember"
Salatut elämät S15E98: "Joonatan ottaa osaa"
Scandal S02E12: "Truth or Consequences"
Scheire en de Schepping S02E01: "Season 2, Episode 1"
Selling New York S06E07: "TBA"
Silent Witness S16E07: "Legacy (1)"
Suits S02E13: "Zane Vs. Zane"
Tamako Market S01E04: "Small Love, Blooms..."
Tegen de Sterren op S03E08: "Season 3, Episode 8"
The Big Bang Theory S06E14: "The Cooper/Kripke Inversion"
The Bold and the Beautiful S26E216: "Ep. #6500"
The Chase (2009) S06E62: "Series 6, Episode 62"
The Chew S02E102: "Episode 340"
The Colbert Report S09E16: "Matthew Guerrieri"
The Daily Show S18E54: "Jason Bateman"
The Ellen DeGeneres Show S10E94: "Ryan Seacrest"
The First 48 S12E35: "TBA"
The Genius of Invention S01E02: "Speed"
The Jeremy Kyle Show (UK) S08E97: "January 31, 2013"
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson S09E14
The Millionaire Matchmaker S06E04: "TBA"
The Office (US) S09E13: "Junior Salesman"
The Project S05E23: "Season 5, Episode 23"
The Restoration Man S03E01: "Water Tower, Settle - Revisit"
The Sheriffs are Coming S02E14: "Series 2, Episode 14"
The Talk S03E96: "Vanessa Williams, Jamie Deen, Train"
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno S21E32
The Vampire Diaries S04E12: "A View to a Kill"
The View S16E95: "Tim Allen, guest co-host KaDee Strickland"
The Young and the Restless S40E217: "Ep. #10086"
This Week (2003) S11E17: "January 31, 2013"
Thuis S18E114: "Season 18, Episode 114"
Tipping Point S02E22: "Series 2, Episode 22"
Tonight S15E05: "How Much Could You Save?"
Totally Biased with W Kamau Bell S02E03: "Season 2, Episode 3"
Two and a Half Men S10E14: "Run, Steven Staven! Run!"
Undercover Boss (CA) S02E13: "Clark Builders"
Wanted Down Under S07E22: "Wanted Down Under Revisited 2"
Watch What Happens: Live S09E20: "KHLOE KARDASHIAN"
Waterloo Road S08E15: "Series 8, Episode 15"
Way To Go S01E03: "The Be-All and End-All"
Wereld draait door, De S08E89: "Season 8, Episode 89"
What Not To Wear (US) S10E05: "TBA"
Wie is... de Mol? S13E05: "Season 13, Episode 5"
Winter Road Rescue S02E01: "Series 2, Episode 1"
Универ. Новая общага S04E08: "Season 4, Episode 8"