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maandag 4 februari 2013

Celebrity Big Brother Heidi & Spencer land one-off Channel 5 show

Celebrity Big Brother stars Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag have landed a one-off TV show on Channel 5.

The couple, who finished second to Rylan Clark in last month's final, will appear in one-hour special The Speidi Story, which will document their time on US reality show The Hills and their stint in the Big Brother house.

Virgin Media quotes a spokesman for the show as saying: ''Speidi have gone from being America's most loathed couple to a new UK phenomenon, thanks to Celeb Big Brother. This is their story.''

Some 15 security guards were reportedly on hand to protect the couple as they appeared at a meet and greet with fans in London this morning (February 2).

They previously tweeted: ''Come and meet the King and Queen of Reality TV. See you there... To all the lovers and haters in Britain, come and see the real Speidi before we head back to the USA.

''We've been reading all yours Tweets about us. So now come and tell us in the flesh. Ha ha ha!''

Heidi and Spencer recently urged Ofcom not to continue with an official investigation into their behaviour in the house, telling the media regulator to "put on your big girl knickers and stop whining".

They wrote in an open letter to the Daily Star: "What would Star Wars be if there were no Empire to defeat? Villains are essential to our culture, both our art and our real lives. We don't condone violence and we don't condone bullying. We do, however, get paid to be on television."

The Speidi Story will air later this month on Channel 5.

CBS's Statement on Super Bowl Delay

Here is CBS's statement on the Superdome power outage that delayed Super Bowl XLVII by 35 minutes:

"Immediately after the power failure in the Superdome, we lost numerous cameras and some audio powered by sources in the Superdome.  We utilized CBS’s back-up power and at no time did we leave the air.

During the interruption, CBS Sports’ Steve Tasker, Solomon Wilcots and our studio team reported on the situation as a breaking news story, providing updates and reports while full power was being restored to the dome including our sets and broadcast booth.  All commercial commitments during the broadcast are being honored.”

Shayne Ward leaves 'Dancing on Ice'

The 28-year-old singer, who won The X Factor in 2005, received the lowest number of votes from the public alongside EastEnders actor Matt Lapinskas. Both had to perform again for the chance to be saved from elimination.

Before performing again in the 'Save Me Skate', Ward said: "I got my best mark tonight, but I'm devastated to be in the bottom two."

After skating to The Temper Trap's hit 'Sweet Disposition', Ward and partner Maria Filippov were eliminated from the competition by judges Robin Cousins, Karen Barber and Ashley Roberts.

Only Jason Gardiner voted to save Ward, after Lapinskas stumbled and fell during his performance, citing that in his opinion, the 'Save Me Skate' had to be "performed perfectly".

Lapinskas was visibly upset after the mistake during his routine, breaking down in tears when asked by presenter Phillip Schofield how he believed his performance went.

After discovering that he would be leaving the competition, Shayne was also seen with tears in his eyes.

Dancing on Ice continues next Sunday (February 10) on ITV.

'Thunderbirds' to return with new CGI series in 2015

Thunderbirds is to be revamped for a new 2015 series.

Thunderbirds are Go! will update the classic '60s series using a combination of CGI animation and live-action model sets.

An order has been made for 26 half-hour episodes to air on ITV and the CITV channel, marking 50 years since the Gerry Anderson original debuted in 1965.

Anderson - who created the 'Supermarionation' series as a follow-up to his previous children's hit Stingray - passed away late last year.

The revamped Thunderbirds is being produced by ITV Studios and New Zealand-based Pukeko Pictures, in collaboration with the world-famous Weta Workshop (Avatar, The Lord of the Rings).

ITV Studios' Denise O'Donoghue said: "Thunderbirds is a highly respected brand that continues to hold recognition around the world. This cult series is often credited as changing the history of animation and action-adventure, and we look forward to taking the show to another level while retaining the much-loved heritage that has endured over the past 50 years."

Ben 10's Rob Hoegee is head writer on the series, which is currently in pre-production.

Another Anderson series, Captain Scarlet, was previously revamped with new CGI animation - Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet aired for 26 episodes in 2005.

Clive Owen BBC drama 'Second Sight' to be remade for US TV

CBS is to remake BBC series Second Sight.

The crime drama - which aired for two series between January 2000 and February 2001 - starred Clive Owen as Ross Tanner, a maverick cop who develops a rare disease and starts going blind.

A US adaptation, written by Homeland's Michael Cuesta, has now been picked up to pilot by CBS, according to TVLine.

Cuesta will also direct the pilot, while CSI's Carol Mendelsohn and the original show's creator Paula Milne will executive produce.

US remakes of UK shows are proving popular this pilot season - ABC is adapting BBC One's The Syndicate, Sky1's Spy and BBC Three's Pulling, while Fox has ordered pilots based on BBC shows Gavin & Stacey and Linda Green.

NBC is also remaking Sky Living comedy Gates, while The CW has ordered a remake of classic UK sci-fi series The Tomorrow People.

CBS Orders Detective Drama Pilot From 'Homeland' EP Michael Cuesta

CBS has ordered a drama pilot from "Homeland" executive producer Michael Cuesta.

The pilot, "Second Sight," is based on the British series of the same name by Paula Milne. Described as a gothic psychological thriller, the pilot centers on a detective who is suddenly afflicted with an autoimmune virus that causes hallucinations reflective of his subconscious. He discovers that catching the killer depends as much on insight as eyesight.

and will follow a homicide detective who is going blind and turns his affliction into an advantage, using his heightened senses and intuition to solve crimes.

Cuesta will write, direct and executive produce the pilot, with Gerald Questa ("L.I.E") also writing and executive producing. Milne will also executive produce the pilot, which comes from CBS Studios.

Julie Weitz and Carol Mendelsohn ("CSI") are also on board as executive producers, with Nick Reed and Phil Goldfine serving as non-writing executive producers.

Development Update: The 4th of February

BLINK (The CW) - The David Marshall Grant-produced drama - about "a family whose lives are forever changed when the patriarch has a car accident resulting in a coma-like syndrome where he cannot speak or move, but can see and hear all" - is the latest to receive a pilot order at the netlet. Vera Herbert penned the hour and will serve as a supervising producer for CBS Television Studios. Carl Beverly and Sarah Timberman of the studio-based Timberman-Beverly Productions are executive producing alongside Grant. (

HOW THE HELL AM I NORMAL? (ABC) - Jeff Garlin ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") has scored a role on the comedy pilot, about growing up in the 1980s with a highly screwed up but loving family. He'll play patriarch Murray ("hot-tempered, gruff") who "struggles to stay calm after his last heart attack upon a stern warning by his doctor." Wendi McLendon-Covey also stars as his wife in the single-camera project, from writer Adam F. Goldberg, director Seth Gordon and producer Sony Pictures Television. (

JOE & JOE & JANE (NBC) - Larry Wilmore has boarded the comedy pilot, about "a conflict-avoidant children's book author caught in an ongoing tug-of-war between his wife (Sally Pressman) and his co-author/best friend." He'll play Walter, Jane's (Pressman) "overly nurturing, recently divorced therapist stepfather." 20th Century Fox Television is behind the multi-camera project, from co-creators Joe Port & Joe Wiseman. (

MJF (NBC) - Ana Nogueira has booked a role on the upcoming comedy, which stars Michael J. Fox as Mike Burnaby, a husband and father of three in New York City juggling the challenges of family and career while dealing with Parkinson's disease. She'll play Kay, "Mike's very young, very sweet, hard-working but very emotional segment producer." Betsy Brandt, Conor Romero, Jack Gore, Juliette Goglia, Katie Finneran and Wendell Pierce also star in the Sony Pictures Television-based half-hour, from co-creators Sam Laybourne and Will Gluck. (

MOM (CBS) - Allison Janney ("Mr. Sunshine") has boarded the comedy pilot, about Christy (Anna Faris), a newly sober single mom who tries to pull her life together in Napa Valley. She'll play Christy's own mom Bonnie, "who is the source of a lot of Christy's previous problems, most likely because she wasn't the best mother." Chuck Lorre, Eddie Gorodetsky and Gemma Baker are all behind the multi-camera project, which is set up at Warner Bros. Television. (

SPY (ABC) - Rob Corddry ("Childrens Hospital") has booked the lead role on the comedy pilot, about a hapless single father who, trying to impress his horribly precocious nine-year-old son, quits his job and goes to work for the CIA. He'll play said dad, Tim Elliot, in the ABC Studios-based half-hour, which is based on Simeon Goulden's U.K. effort of the same name. Hat Trick Productions' Jimmy Mulville also serves as an executive producer. (

SURGEON GENERAL, THE (A.K.A. UNTITLED SAMUEL BAUM PROJECT) (CBS) - Samuel Baum's drama - about a fictional Surgeon General of the United States and the Public Health Service Commissioned Corps - has been ordered to pilot by the Eye. Said effort is set up at CBS Television Studios with writer Baum executive producing. (

TOMORROW PEOPLE, THE (The CW) - The netlet's import of Roger Price's 1970s British series - about "several young people from around the world who represent the next stage in human evolution, possessing special powers, including the ability to teleport and communicate with each other telepathically" - has snagged a pilot commitment. Phil Klemmer penned the teleplay to the hour and is executive producing alongside Julie Plec, FremantleMedia's Tony Optican and Berlanti Productions' Greg Berlanti and Melissa Kellner Berman for Warner Bros. Television. (

UNDER THE DOME (CBS) - Jolene Purdy and Nicholas Strong are the latest additions to the upcoming drama, about a small town that is suddenly and inexplicably sealed off from the rest of the world by an enormous transparent dome. Purdy will play Dodee, "a brilliant, eccentric engineer at the local radio station who will draw on her unique skills in an effort to make contact with the world outside the dome"; while Strong is set as Phil, "a popular radio DJ and indie rock fanatic, a charismatic figure with a dark secret." Alex Koch, Britt Robertson, Colin Ford and Natalie Martinez also star in the project, based on Stephen King's best-selling novel and produced by Amblin Television and CBS Television Studios. (

UNTITLED HATFIELDS & MCCOYS PROJECT (NBC) - John Glenn's present day take on the Hatfields and McCoys - set in Pittsburgh, where "a startling death re-ignites the feud between these two legendary families, unleashing decades of resentment" - has received a pilot order from the Peacock. Beau Flynn, Charlize Theron and Dawn Parouse Olmstead also serve as executive producers on the hour, which is set up at ABC Studios. (

BIG THUNDER (ABC) - Jason Fuchs's small screen take on Disney's famed roller-coaster ride - about "a brilliant, late 19th century New York doctor who relocates his family to a frontier mining town run by a powerful, but mysterious tycoon" - has received a pilot order from the network. Chris Morgan also serves as an executive producer on the hour, from ABC Studios. (

BRENDA FORVER (NBC, New!) - Andrew Leeds and David Lampson have snagged a pilot order from the Peacock for a new high-concept comedy which follows the title role both as a 31-year-old woman and a 13-year-old girl. Sony Pictures Television-based Fedora Entertainment is behind the half-hour with Peter Tolan and Michael Wimer executive producing alongside said duo. Ellie Kemper ("The Office") is reportedly in early discussions to topline the project. (

GOTHICA (ABC) - Matt Lopez's drama - "a sexy gothic soap set in present day that weaves together a mythology that incorporates the legends of Dracula, Jekyll and Hyde, Frankenstein and Dorian Gray among others" - is moving forward to pilot at the Alphabet. Said hour is set up at ABC Studios with Mark Gordon and Nicholas Pepper of The Mark Gordon Company also on board as executive producers. (

HAVES AND THE HAVE NOTS, THE (OWN) - John Schneider ("Smallville") is the first to be cast in Tyler Perry's upcoming drama, about the dynamics of the affluent Cryer family and the impoverished family of Hanna, their housekeeper, and the obstacles and secrets that exist within both families. He'll play Jim Cryer, the Cryer family patriarch. The one-hour series launches Wednesday, May 29 on the cable channel. (

LOVE THY NEIGHBOR (OWN) - Jonathan Chase, Palmer Williams, Patrice Lovely, Kendra C. Johnson, Andre Hall and Darmirra Brunson have all been cast in the upcoming series, a half-hour comedy set at Love's Diner, where every day the menu serves up good food, great laughs, valuable life lessons and a whole lot of love for its zany neighbors. Lovely will play Hattie, the diner's owner, with Johnson and Hall as her daughter Linda and grandson Danny, respectively. Rounding out the cast are Chase as Danny's co-worker/best friend Sam; Brunson as Amber, Sam's neighbor; and Williams as Floyd. Tyler Perry Studios is behind the project, which launches Wednesday, May 29. (

MURDER IN MANHATTAN (A.K.A. PARK & LEX) (ABC) - The Maria Maggenti-penned hour - about a mother and daughter who team up as amateur sleuths in New York City - is the latest to receive a pilot commitment at the Alphabet. DarkFire Television's Ryan Reynolds, Allan Loeb, Jonathon Komack Martin and Steven Pearl also serve as executive producers on the project, which is set up at ABC Studios. (

RECKLESS (A.K.A. COUP) (ABC) - Chris Black's drama - about "a resourceful problem solver who, when his wife is unjustly imprisoned during a political uprising overseas, resorts to entering a world of political intrigue, dangerous alliances and high emotional stakes in order to get her out" - has been given a pilot order by the Alphabet. ABC Studios is behind the hour with Martin Campbell executive producing alongside Black. (

WONDERLAND (NBC) - The Anthony E. Zuiker-produced drama - a sequel to Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" centering on a new character, Clara, who must wage war against Wonderland's reigning Queen, the woman we once knew as Alice - has scored a pilot commitment at the Peacock. Whit Anderson penned the hour, which is now set up at Universal Television after originally being shepherded by ABC Studios. Dare to Pass's Matt Weinberg as well as JoAnn Alfano and Margaret Riley of Brillstein Entertainment Partners are executive producing alongside Zuiker and Anderson. (

BAD MANAGEMENT (ABC, New!) - Sharon Horgan is set to topline a new single-camera comedy at the Alphabet about "a slightly self-centered female boss (Horgan) at a high-end luxury goods department store who finds her ways challenged when the boss' son comes to town and makes youth and sex the new company focus." ABC Studios is behind the half-hour, which has a pilot commitment. Horgan and Holly Walsh co-wrote the script and will executive produce alongside Kapital Entertainment's Aaron Kaplan for ABC Studios. (

CRAZY GENE (ABC) - Andrea Abbate's single-camera comedy - about "the clean-nosed black sheep in a family of petty thieves, drug addicts and narcissists who decides to raise her prison-bound brother's kids along with her adopted black son and give them the normal lives they deserve" - has been ordered to pilot by the Alphabet. 20th Century Fox Television-based 21 Laps-Adelstein Productions is behind the half-hour with Marty Adelstein, Shawn Levy and Becky Clements executive producing alongside Abbate. (

DRACULA (NBC) - Katie McGrath and Nonso Anozie have both boarded the upcoming drama, which stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the title role, who poses as Alan Grayson, an American entrepreneur who maintains that he wants to bring modern science to Victorian society but in reality hopes to wreak revenge on the people who ruined his life centuries earlier. The former will play Lucy Westenra, "London's sexy, social butterfly and Mina's best friend who has a penchant for gossip, flirting and all things glamorous"; while Anozie is set as R.M. Renfield, Alan's fiercely loyal confidante. Jessica de Gouw also stars in the hour, from Carnival Films & Television, Flame Ventures, Playground and Universal Television. (

GANG RELATED (FOX, New!) - Chris Morgan has scored a pilot order from the network for a new drama about "a gang member who is sent in to infiltrate the San Francisco Police Department and rises through its ranks but must balance his obligations to his crime family with an increasing sense of loyalty to his new 'family.'" Said effort is set up at the 20th Century Fox Television-based Imagine Television with Brian Grazer, Francie Calfo and showrunner Scott Rosenbaum likewise serving as executive producers. (

MIDDLE AGE RAGE (ABC) - The Cheryl Holliday-penned comedy - about "what happens when a middle-aged wife and mother is fed up with feeling invisible and begins to speak up and demand the respect she feels she's earned" - has received a pilot order from the Alphabet. Amblin Television's Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey also serve as executive producers on the single-camera project, which is set up at ABC Studios. (

SILICON VALLEY (HBO) - T.J. Miller ("The Goodwin Games") and Thomas Middleditch (NBC's "The Farm") are the first to be cast in the comedy pilot, "set in the high tech gold rush of modern Silicon Valley, where the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success." Miller will play Erlich, the owner of the Hacker House. whose "intelligence is sometimes eclipsed by his imperious self-satisfaction"; with Middleditch as Thomas, "who is focused, idealistic, and brilliant when writing code for software, and awkward and none too confident when dealing with life." Mike Judge, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky are all behind the single-camera project, with Judge directing. (

TRUE DETECTIVE (HBO) - Lili Simmons, Jay O. Sanders and Brad Carter have all been cast in the upcoming drama, about a pair of cops - played by Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson - whose lives intersect during a 17-year serial killer investigation in Louisiana. Simmons will play "an underage prostitute who was friends with one of the victims" with Sanders as "a televangelist with an enormous reach in the state of Louisiana" and Carter as "the ex-husband of a victim who is currently in prison and may have a connection to the murder." Writer Nic Pizzolatto and director Cary Fukunaga are behind the eight-episode project. (

UNTITLED 50 CENT PROJECT (FOX, New!) - Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is developing a semi-autobiographical animated comedy at the network about "a mischievous but well-meaning boy who often tangles with his eccentric family and neighborhood." Carl Jones is penning the half-hour, which is expected to receive a pilot or presentation order. Jackson, Jones, Cheetah Vision's Randall Emmett, Andrew Jameson and Imagine Television's Brian Grazer and Francie Calfo then will executive produce for presumably 20th Century Fox Television. (

WILD BLUE (A.K.A. THE BRIDGE) (FOX) - Taylor Elmore's drama - a "young ensemble about the working men and women on board an aircraft carrier equipped with a 500-foot landing strip, a nuclear reactor and 6000 souls on board" - has likewise scored a green light from the network to produce a pilot. Sony Pictures Television is behind the hour with Graham Yost, Mark Johnson and director Michael Dinner executive producing and Elmore and Melissa Bernstain serving as co-executive producers. (

Simon Cowell misses five hours at 'Britain's Got Talent' with migraine

Simon Cowell missed five hours at yesterday's Britain's Got Talent auditions due to illness (February 3).

The TV show judge was forced to miss most of the day's filmed auditions as he was suffering from a migraine.

He later joined David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden at 8pm at the Manchester auditions.

Walliams joked that it was his fault that Cowell was ill, telling the audience: "I wasn't feeling well yesterday and he kept saying, 'Don't come near me' - but I couldn't help myself."

Amanda Holden added: "It's ace when he isn't here. We can have our say and relax and drink lots of champagne at his expense."

Simon Cowell is said to have put through The Voice UK singer Bill Downs to the next round of Britain's Got Talent.

He will reportedly film a one-off sketch for Comic Relief involving a pretend wedding to a unknown bride.

'Good Cop' not returning for second series, says Warren Brown

Warren Brown has revealed that his BBC One drama Good Cop will not return for a second series.

The crime thriller premiered in August 2012, but its four-part run was interrupted following a real-life tragedy involving two female police officers.

The final episode - which featured scenes of a violent attack on a female police officer - was delayed by three weeks, attracting 1.9m viewers - considerably down from the previous episode's 4.39m.

Brown, who played tortured cop John Paul Rocksavage, revealed on Twitter that a second run is "not happening".

Good Cop followed Rocksavage as he pursued a violent quest for revenge following the brutal murder of his partner (Tom Hopper) by a gang of criminals.

Brown will next be seen reprising his role as Justin Ripley in the third series of Luther, which is currently filming and will air on BBC One later this year.

Super Bowl 'Under the Dome' Ad Leads to Insane Online Trick

CBS seized on the Super Bowl to unveil one of the cooler -- and scarier -- online promotions we've ever seen.

A brief ad for the upcoming summer miniseries "Under the Dome," from Stephen King and Steven Spielberg, directs users to a website where they are then asked to enter their address.

In seconds, their home -- or whatever address they enter, so be nice -- is pictured trapped under a force field. Just like the entire Maine small town in the series, based on King's bestseller.

Don't worry. Entering your address won't actually cause a dome to enclose your home.

We don't think.

ITV's Lorraine criticised for letting Dannii Minogue promote milk product

ITV's Lorraine has been criticised by Ofcom for allowing Dannii Minogue to promote a new milk product she was associated with on the magazine programme.

The reality TV judge appeared on Lorraine on November 8 last year, discussing her role in the show's forthcoming feature, The Little Black Dress Diet.

However, this also coincided with the UK launch of A2 milk, an Australian product containing only A2 protein, which Minogue was backing.

Ofcom received a complaint that the five-minute-long interview involved excessive promotion of the milk, including host Lorraine Kelly allowing Minogue to discuss when it was available, the difference between A2 and regular milk, and where the product could be purchased.

The interview included the following sequence:

DM: "As a kid I was never able to drink milk, I didn't even eat ice creams, or do any of that because I just felt..."
LK: "You just didn't like it, a lot of people are like that, just don't like the taste.
DM: "I know, so it's... ah... so it's a new thing that's come here. It only has one protein in it. It's one protein that's not GM-modified or anything. They're just special cows."
LK: "[Laughing] Special cows. Happy cows."
DM: "I like to think that they're in a field with a red rope around them, and sunglasses, and possibly are right divas. Divas! It's out in the supermarket now."
LK: "Well that's great, it obviously works."

ITV told Ofcom that neither it, the programme producer, nor any person connected with Lorraine had received any payment for the references to A2 milk. Nor was there any product placement deal in place on the show.

But the broadcaster admitted that Minogue was "motivated to talk about A2 milk in the interview because of her commercial relationship with the product".

ITV noted that the nature of this commercial relationship was not stated clearly on the show, and instead Minogue discussed the milk as though she had just 'discovered it in Australia'.

In its latest Broadcast Bulletin, Ofcom said even though the mention of A2 milk was brief, the overall effect of the mentions and information portrayed was "to promote and endorse A2 milk".

"The manner and language was promotional and Ofcom considered that the information included in the discussion went beyond what would be justified for editorial reasons, even taking into account Dannii Minogue's own health issues with conventional milk," said Ofcom.

"In addition we were concerned that while ITV had submitted that it had been agreed prior to broadcast that 'a passing reference to Dannii's commercial relationship with A2 could be made', there was no indication given to viewers that Dannii Minogue was paid to promote A2 Milk. Ofcom therefore concluded that the references to A2 milk were promotional and unduly prominent."

ITV was guilty of a similar breach recently when Amanda Holden was allowed to make promotional and unduly prominent references to a group of law firms on This Morning.

Ofcom therefore said that it expects the broadcaster to "take further steps to ensure compliance in this area".

TV Tonight 4th of February 2013

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

19-2 S02E02: "Season 2, Episode 2"
2 Broke Girls S02E15: "And The Psychic Shakedown"
90210 S05E12: "Here Comes Honey Bye Bye"
Adventure Time S05E10: "Little Dude"
Alaska State Troopers S04E17: "Deep Woods Standoff"
American Pickers S05E11: "Ladies Know Best"
Amnesia S01E05: "V"
Anderson Live S02E99: "Co-Host Jill Martin | 'New Girl' Star Max Greenfield"
Antiques Road Trip S06E21: "Series 6, Episode 21"
Antiques Roadshow (US) S17E05: "Boston (Hour Two)"
Australian Story S18E01: "The Light Of Day"
Being Human (US) S03E04: "I'm So Lonesome I Could Die"
Belle's S01E03: "The Intervention"
Bloopers! S01E24: "Episode 24"
Bloopers! S01E23: "Episode 23"
Bones S08E14: "The Doll In The Derby"
Britain On Film S01E08: "Animal Magic"
Built S01E02: "This Is Not the Goddess of Harlem"
Bunheads S01E15: "Take the Vicuna"
Cake Boss S05E27: "Crane Cake and Puppy Love"
Cake Boss: Next Great Baker S03E10: "TBA"
Castle (2009) S05E13: "Recoil"
Catfish: The TV Show S01E11: "TBA"
Chelsea Lately S07E17
Come Dine With Me S20E103: "Series 20, Episode 81"
Conan S03E40: "Vintage Trouble"
Cornwall with Caroline Quentin S02E05: "Series 2, Episode 5"
Coronation Street S54E25: "Mon Feb 4, 2013 [Episode 2]"
Coronation Street S54E24: "Mon Feb 4, 2013 [Episode 1]"
Crème de la Crème S01E05: "Season 1, Episode 5"
Dallas (2012) S02E03: "Sins of the Father"
Dancing On The Edge S01E01: "Episode 1"
Danni Lowinski S04E03: "Gutes tun"
Daybreak S03E104: "February 4, 2013"
Days of our Lives S48E59: "Ep. #12015"
Deal Or No Deal (UK) S08E151: "Episode 2144"
Deception S01E05: "Why Wait"
Der Letzte Bulle S04E03: "Der Sinn des Lebens"
Disappeared S05E11: "A Diamond Is Forever"
Dispatches S27E06: "Series 27, Episode 6"
Doctors S14E183: "The Wrong Man"
EastEnders S29E21: "February 4, 2013"
Emmerdale S42E29: "February 4, 2013"
Epic S01E04: "TBA"
Extreme Smuggling S01E04: "Weapons"
Face the Clock S01E21: "Episode 21"
Four In A Bed S04E21: "Series 4, Episode 21"
General Hospital (US) S50E210: "#12738"
Got to Dance S04E30: "Series 4, Episode 30"
Great British Menu S08E06: "Series 8, Episode 6"
Great British Railway Journeys S04E21
Hawaii Five-0 (2010) S03E15: "Hookman"
Het Spiegelpaleis S01E20: "Season 1, Episode 20"
Hoarders S06E13: "Fuzzie, Fred & Nancy"
Hollyoaks S19E24: "February 4, 2013"
Home and Away (AU) S26E11: "Episode 5671"
Hotel cæsar S29E117: "Season 29, Episode 117"
House Crashers S07E17: "TBA"
House Hunters S51E25
House Hunters International S35E17
How I Met Your Mother S08E15: "P.S. I Love You"
Intervention S13E20: "Andrew"
Ixion Saga DT S01E17: "BS (Bridal Service)"
Jerseylicious S05E02: "The Naked Truth"
Jimmy Kimmel Live S11E21: "Melissa McCarthy, Mark Duplass, Anita Baker"
Judge Judy S17E128: "TBA"
Judge Judy S17E127: "TBA"
Jungle Junction S02E50: "Zooter Slips Up"
Kommissar Rex S15E11: "The Dark Side"
Last Call with Carson Daly S10E105
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon S04E19
Late Show with David Letterman S20E78
Lewis S07E05: "Intelligent Design (1)"
Loose Women S17E94: "Series 17, Show 94"
Love & Hip Hop S03E05: "Can't Take the Heat"
M.I. High S06E05: "Old School"
Maison Close S02E02: "Season 2, Episode 2"
Maison Close S02E01: "Season 2, Episode 1"
MasterChef: The Professionals (AU) S01E08: "Quick Fire Skills Test"
Met man en macht S01E02: "Season 1, Episode 2"
Mike & Molly S03E13: "Carl Gets a Roommate"
Monday Mornings S01E01: "Pilot"
Mrs Brown's Boys S03E06: "Mammy Swings!"
My Kitchen Rules S04E04: "Season 4, Episode 4"
My Mad Fat Diary S01E04: "Chapter 4: Don't Ever Tell Anyone Anything"
Neighbours S29E21: "Episode 6571"
Pair of Kings S03E19: "Mysteries of Kinkow"
Panorama S61E03: "The Great Abortion Divide"
Pointless S08E24: "Series 8, Episode 24"
Police Interceptors S05E02: "Series 5, Episode 2"
Rules of Engagement S07E01: "Liz Moves In"
RuPaul's Drag Race S05E02: "Lip Synch Extravaganza Eleganza"
RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked S04E02: "TBA"
Salatut elämät S15E100: "Joonatanin apu lähtee lanteista"
Shipwreck Men S01E04: "A Mess in the Marquesas"
Sirkus Northug S01E05: "Season 1, Episode 5"
Storyville S20E14: "Death on the Staircase: The Last Chance"
Switched at Birth S02E05: "The Acquired Inability to Escape"
Teen Mom 2 S03E12: "A Means To An End"
The Bachelor S17E05: "Week 5 (S17)"
The Biggest Loser S14E06: "Lead By Example"
The Block S06E01: "Season 6, Episode 1"
The Bold and the Beautiful S26E218: "Ep. #6502"
The Carrie Diaries S01E04: "Fright Night"
The Chase (2009) S06E64: "Series 6, Episode 64"
The Chew S02E104: "Episode 342"
The Colbert Report S09E17: "Justice Sonia Sotomayor"
The Daily Show S18E55: "Michelle Rhee"
The Ellen DeGeneres Show S10E96: "Kiefer Sutherland"
The Following S01E03: "The Poet's Fire"
The Jeremy Kyle Show (UK) S08E99: "February 4, 2013"
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson S09E17
The Layover S02E10: "Seattle"
The Murdoch Mysteries (2008) S06E05: "Murdoch au Naturel"
The Project S05E25: "Season 5, Episode 25"
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The Tonight Show with Jay Leno S21E34
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The Young and the Restless S40E219: "Ep. #10088"
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Tipping Point S02E24: "Series 2, Episode 24"
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