2014-15 college football bowl game TV schedule

2014-15 college football bowl game tv schedule

2014-15 college football bowl game TV schedule begins Saturday, Dec. 20 and runs through the College Football Playoff National Championship Game Jan. 12. 2014-15 college football bowl game TV schedule All Times Eastern. SATURDAY, DEC. 20         R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Nevada vs. Louisiana-Lafayette New Orleans 11am ESPN Gildan New Mexico Bowl Utah State vs. UTEP Albuquerque, N.M. 2:20pm ESPN Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl Utah vs. Colorado State Las Vegas 3:30pm ABC Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Western Michigan vs. Air Force Boise, Idaho 5:45pm ESPN Raycom Media Camellia Bowl South Alabama vs. Bowling Green Montgomery, … Continue reading

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“People Magazine Awards” airs tonight on NBC

"People Magazine Awards" airs tonight on NBC

Not getting enough award shows this season? Check out The People Magazine Awards, airing Dec. 18 live at 9pm ET on NBC. Billed as a “snapshot of the year in pop culture,” the two-hour special People Magazine Awards celebrates the best of 2014 and includes a fan-voted event, Best People Magazine Cover of the Year. Of course, plenty of celebrities will be on hand, including Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Hart, Kate Hudson, Michael Keaton, Jennifer Lopez, Jeff Bridges, Billy Eichner, Josh Gad, Jon Hamm, Diane Guerrero, Chloë Grace Moretz, Josh Groban, Ryan Guzman, Mindy Kaling, Chris Messina, Kate Upton, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, … Continue reading

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The CW To Air Star-Studded Jingle Ball 2014 on Dec. 18

Jingle Ball 2014

The Z100 Jingle Ball is an annual holiday concert that features the year’s hottest pop stars in a sassy, sexy concert. Everybody who is anybody is there performing or presenting. Musicians who perform during the annual Jingle Ball know they’re what’s hot right now. This year’s Jingle Ball airs Dec. 18 on The CW and features mega-watt musical performances and incredible guest presenters. This is a much buzzed-about concert and one of the larger, non-award show music events of the year. What Jingle Ball 2014 moment will everyone be talking about the next day? (My guess is the absolutely scandalous … Continue reading

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After 6 Seasons, White Collar Comes To A Close

White Collar

I sat in on a conference call with Tim DeKay and recent Golden Globe nominee for his work on the HBO movie, The Normal Heart, Matt Bomer and both gents opened up about the exciting and emotional series finale of White Collar, airing Thursday, Dec. 18 at 9pm ET. Related: Mark Ruffalo talks HBO’s The Normal Heart DeKay promises that the entire finale is jaw-dropping, “Do not walk away — and I know you wouldn’t anyway — but do not walk away until the final second of the episode. We’ve got some great twists and turns, some wonderful moments.” The … Continue reading

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WWE Tribute to the Troops 2014

WWE Tribute to the Troops 2014

Once again, NBC and USA Network will be airing the WWE “Tribute to the Troops” holiday special, which features WWE Superstars and Divas, celebrity appearances and performances for servicemen and women to celebrate their dedication and commitment to our country. The 2014 installment first airs Dec. 17 from 8-10pm ET on USA Network, and it will be re-aired as a one-hour special on NBC Dec. 27 from 8-9pm ET. Florida Georgia Line will join WWE Superstars and Divas to honor the U.S. Armed Forces in this 12th annual holiday special. NBCUniversal joins WWE in saluting our troops with special messages … Continue reading

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The Sisterhood episode 5 recap: Too pretty to be nuns

The Sisterhood episode 5 recap: Too pretty to be nuns

Recap of Lifetime’s The Sisterhood episode 5: Too Pretty To Be Nuns (original air date Dec. 16, 2014) Once upon a time, when Katy was 25 … wearing jeans and a T-shirt, I would go have a drink with close friends, we would talk about grad school, weddings, gossip a little, hash out some problems and then go dancing.  Once upon a time, 10(ish) years later, Katy was 35 (almost): wearing jeans and a T-shirt, I go and have a drink with close friends, we talk about husbands, kids, I’m still talking about school, hashing out some problems and then … Continue reading

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Jane the Virgin Episode 9 Recap: Never Ending Drama

Jane the Virgin Episode 9 Recap: Never Ending Drama

On “Chapter Nine” of Jane the Virgin, Jane and Rafael are back to a healthy start as they head to Jane’s baby ultrasound appointment together. Jane is lucky to have Rafael by her side as she continues to worry that everything with the baby will be okay. She really should’ve listened to Rafael when he told her to not listen to what she read on WebMD. The doctor comes in to let Jane and Rafael know that everything seems to be going great with the pregnancy and the baby is very healthy. Looks like the couple can finally be happy … Continue reading

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VOD Spotlight: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

VOD Spotlight: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes traces the path of the apes’ evolution from the mostly mute — though intelligent — animals of Rise of the Planet of the Apes to the articulate, civilized beings that have become the Earth’s dominant species shown in the Planet of the Apes franchise. Director Matt Reeves explains: “In Rise of the Planet of the Apes, the apes said only a few words. With this film, we show the apes at the dawn of their society, learning to truly speak.” Co-screenwriter Mark Bomback says that one of the script’s biggest challenges was how to … Continue reading

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Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Nominations

Critics' Choice Movie Awards Nominations

And so it goes – the latest Hollywood awards season news is out, the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Nominations are in for the 20th annual show, and there are some interesting selections. For the sake of full disclosure, I am a voting member of the group that annually hosts the awards, the BFCA (Broadcast Film Critics Association). Hosted by Michael Strahan (the Super Bowl champion, Fox NFL Sunday analyst, and Live! with Kelly and Michael host) the awards will air LIVE on A&E on Jan. 15th at 9pm ET / 6pm PT. As a personal aside … my mom loves … Continue reading

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HBO’s “Saving My Tomorrow” special is an insightful, impactful family treat

Saving My Tomorrow HBO Xiuhtezcatl

If you ever need to have yourself a stern lecture about a very important subject, let me suggest that you get it from 8-year-old Hippocrates Polemis, one of the young stars of HBO’s spectacular, song-filled family special Saving My Tomorrow which premieres tonight. Like his ancient namesake, the dark-eyed little fellow has a fine grasp on what is — and isn’t — good for us. Sporting a “ICARE For The World” t-shirt and a smudge of lunch on his face, Hippocrates reminds us — with all the gravitas of your high-school principal — that we can’t just travel through galaxies … Continue reading

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