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TV Land December 2005 --


Regular schedule changes:

None. Remains same as Nov. 7 sked.





TV Land Originals Saturday Morning Encores:
Saturdays 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM ET/PT AND Tuesday nights 3:00 AM to 6:00AM ET/PT

Saturday, December 3
9:00AM TV Land Top 10: TV Dads
9:30AM TV Land Top 10: Andy Griffith Show
10:00AM TV Land Legends - The 60 Minutes Interviews: George Burns
10:30AM TV Land Legends - The 60 Minutes Interviews: Larry King
11:00AM TV Land Moguls: The '80s

Saturday, December 10
pre-empted - Miami Vice marathon
Tues. Dec. 13
3:00AM The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited
4:00AM TV Guide and TV Land Present - The 100 Most Unexpected Television Moments: #1
5:00AM TV Land Moguls: The '90s

Saturday, December 17
9:00AM TV Land Moguls: The '60s
10:00AM TV Guide and TV Land Present - The 100 Most Unexpected Television Moments: #2
11:00AM Sitdown Comedy with David Steinberg: #5 Mike Myers (one-hour premiere)

Saturday, December 24
9:00AM Chasing Farrah: #1
9:30AM Chasing Farrah: #2
10:00AM TV Guide and TV Land Present - The 100 Most Unexpected Television Moments: #3
11:00AM Sitdown Comedy with David Steinberg: #3 Larry David (1-hr)

Saturday, December 31
9:00AM Chasing Farrah: #3
9:30AM Chasing Farrah: #4
10:00AM TV Land Top 10: Characters You Love to Hate
11:00AM TV Land Legends - The 60 Minutes Interviews: Norman Lear
11:30AM Sitdown Comedy with David Steinberg: #6 Bob Newhart













Specials & Marathons






- TV Guide and TV Land Present - The 100 Most Unexpected Television Moments
Monday, December 5 thru Friday, December 9
10 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET/PT
Encores: 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. same night
Building on the success of 2004's "The 100 Most Memorable TV Moments," this five-part special looks at some of the unexpected milestones in television history, such as the death of Henry Blake on "M*A*S*H*."
MARATHON: Saturday, December 31 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. ET/PT

Episode #1 Unexpected TV Moments 100-81 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
First of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #100 and ending with moment #81, including clips from Roseanne, South Park, Steambath, Match Game, and The Family Guy and several others. This installment also features commentary from Carl Reiner, Melissa Rivers, Tommy Smothers, Penn & Teller, Jenna Fisher and several Hollywood notables.

Episode #2 Unexpected TV Moments 80-61 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Second of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #80 and ending with moment #61, including clips from Saturday Night Live, Mary Hartman Mary Hartman, Get Christie Love, The 2005 Masters Tournament, The Mike Douglas Show and several others. This installment also features commentary from John Stossel, William Shatner, Doris Roberts, Greg Gumbel, Jim Nantz and several others.

Episode #3 Unexpected TV Moments 60-41 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Third of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #60 and ending with moment #41, including clips from The Larry Sanders Show, Cop Rock, Password, I Married Dora, the 1968 Democratic National Convention, Late Night with David Letterman and several others. This installment also features commentary from Norman Lear, Michael Imperioli, Ted Koppel, Chris Matthews and several others.

Episode #4 Unexpected TV Moments 40-21 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Fourth of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #40 and ending with moment #21, including clips from The Steve Allen Show, The West Wing, the 1984 Summer Olympics, Thirtysomething and CBS Evening News. This installment also features commentary from Ed McMahon, Sheryl Crow, Louie Anderson, Walter Cronkite and several others.

Episode # 5 Unexpected TV Moments 20-1 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Fifth and final show, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #20 and ending with moment #1, including clips from Six Feet Under, Seinfeld, The Smothers Brothers, Dallas, Newhart, Nightline and several others. This installment also features commentary from Darren Star, Patrick Duffy, Mo’Nique, Pete Townshend, Bob Newhart and several others.











- 24 Hour Miami Vice Marathon
Saturday, December 10
6:00 a.m. to 6:000 a.m. ET/PT
In anticipation of the second season DVD release for Miami Vice on Dec. 13, TV Land presents a 24 episode marathon of the fun 80s action series on Saturday, December 10 all day long.
6:00AM Miami Vice #004
7:00AM Miami Vice #005
8:00AM Miami Vice #006
9:00AM Miami Vice #009
10:00AM Miami Vice #016
11:00AM Miami Vice #027
12:00PM Miami Vice #036
1:00PM Miami Vice #040
2:00PM Miami Vice #041
3:00PM Miami Vice #042
4:00PM Miami Vice #047
5:00PM Miami Vice #065
6:00PM Miami Vice #001
7:00PM Miami Vice #002
8:00PM Miami Vice #008
9:00PM Miami Vice #035
10:00PM Miami Vice #066
11:00PM Miami Vice #069
12:00AM Miami Vice #072
1:00AM Miami Vice #077
2:00AM Miami Vice #091
3:00AM Miami Vice #092
4:00AM Miami Vice #093
5:00AM Miami Vice #094








- TV Land's 6th Annual Merry-thon
Sunday, December 11
6:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. ET/PT
Encores: Sunday, December 25 from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.
Could the holidays be as merry without TV Land’s annual Merry-thon. Christmas spirit, eggnog and your favorite TV friends means a jolly good time all around! Tune in to TV Land’s 6th Annual Merrython featuring classic Christmas episodes of shows like Dick Van Dyke, Good Times, Bewitched and Gunsmoke.
Also, tune in on Dec 11 at 10 p.m. for the premiere of TV Land Top 10: Holiday Moments. What will be the top moment for holiday episode history? Find out on TV Land Top 10! From Thanksgiving to Christmas, spend the holidays with your favorite people - the TV stars and characters you love! This episode, airing as part of TV Land’s 6th Annual
Merrython, highlights the best holiday moments from your favorite holiday specials, animated classics and special holiday sitcom episodes.

6:00AM Gunsmoke #146
7:00AM Highway to Heaven #13
8:00AM MacGyver #94
9:00AM Happy Days #27
9:30AM The Brady Bunch #12
10:00AM Green Acres #46
10:30AM The Addams Family #49
11:00AM Bewtiched #15
11:30AM The Dick Van Dyke Show #76
12:00PM MacGyver #94
1:00PM Cheers #133
1:30PM Night Court #2
2:00PM Good Times #97
2:30PM The Andy Griffith Show #11
3:00PM Gunsmoke #146
4:00PM Happy Days #131
4:30PM The Brady Bunch #12
5:00PM All in the Family #26
5:30PM All in the Family #76
6:00PM Sanford and Son #104
6:30PM What's Happening!! #9
7:00PM Good Times #26
7:30PM The Andy Griffith Show #11
8:00PM Little House On The Prairie #15
9:00PM The Andy Griffith Show #11
9:30PM Sanford and Son #104
Dec 11: 10:00PM TV Land Top 10: Holiday Moments
Dec 25: 10:00PM Good Times #97
Dec 25: 10:30PM Good Times #121
Dec 11: 11:00PM Three's Company #20
Dec 11: 11:30PM Night Court #90
Dec 25: 11:00PM TV Land Top Ten Holiday Moments
Dec 11: 12:00AM Cheers #133
Dec 25: 12:00AM Three's Company #20
Dec 11: 12:30AM Good Times #97
Dec 25: 12:30AM Night Court #90
Dec 11: 1:00AM TV Land Top 10: Holiday Moments
Dec 25: 1:00AM Cheers #133
Dec 25: 1:30AM Wings #60
2:00AM Three's Company #20
2:30AM Night Court #110
3:00AM All in the Family #76
3:30AM All in the Family #149
4:00AM What's Happening!! #9
4:30AM Good Times #121
5:00AM Little House On the Prairie #174









- Sitdown Comedy with David Steinberg
Premieres Wednesday, December 14
Wednesdays 10:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. ET/PT
Legendary comedian, producer and director David Steinberg engages classic and contemporary comedians -- who got their starts in television - for uproarious conversations in which the celebrated performers share anecdotes from their careers in entertainment. Guests scheduled to appear include Larry David, Martin Short, Jon Lovitz, Mike Myers, and George Lopez.
ENCORES: Thursdays 9:00 a.m., Saturdays 11:30 a.m., Saturdays 8:00 p.m., Sundays 11 p.m., Tuesdays 11:59 p.m; Tuesdays 5:00 a.m.; Wednesdays 5 p.m.

Wednesday, December 14; 10-11 pm (ET/PT)
#5 - Mike Myers and David Steinberg speculate about what people mean when they call Canadians nice ("are people really trying to say that we are wussies or asexual?"), how Monty Python is a form of birth control and how Mike met his wife and how "far" they went on their first two dates.

Wednesday, December 21; 10-11 pm (ET/PT)
#3 - Larry David talks with David Steinberg about the jobs he had to take as a struggling comic including one as a private chauffeur for an elderly woman who insisted he wear a uniform, his views on the sexual revolution and his unsuccessful attempts to get involved in it and how he loves the scenes in which he gets cursed out in Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Wednesday, December 28; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)
#6 - Bob Newhart sits down with David and tells how he started his professional career as an accountant, his pride in being a Vegas headliner while Don Rickles was performing in the lounge. Newhart also shares his insights on the trust between comedians. "As opposed to the rest of show business, when two comedians meet they talk about the worst audiences they've ever had and their worst shows"

Wednesday, January 4; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)
During his discussion with David Steinberg, Martin Short recalls his early days growing up as a stage-struck kid in a small Canadian town, his start as a singer and dancer and his move to New York. Short also displays his talent as a master impressionist doing everyone from Robin Williams to Liza Minelli ... and even David Steinberg.

Wednesday, January 11; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)
In this episode, David Steinberg talks to Jon Lovitz about his early years as a suburban kid with a funny dad, his time with the improve group "The Groundlings," and his big break on Saturday Night Live and creating such memorable characters as the Master Thespian and The Pathological Liar.

Wednesday, January 18; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)
George Lopez reveals his difficult upbringing in East Los Angeles and how his life story eventually became the material for his stand-up act, the challenges faced in creating a career in comedy and how he incorporates everything in his life into his TV series.








Coming in January ... January 1st First Episodes Marathon; more TBD.
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yeah they used to have stuff not usualy on there schedule like The New Dick Van Dyke show and Chico and the Man even if it was just for one airing.
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- 24 Hour Miami Vice Marathon
Saturday, December 10
6:00 a.m. to 6:000 a.m. ET/PT
In anticipation of the second season DVD release for Miami Vice on Dec. 13, TV Land presents a 24 episode marathon of the fun 80s action series on Saturday, December 10 all day long.
6:00AM Miami Vice #004
7:00AM Miami Vice #005
8:00AM Miami Vice #006
9:00AM Miami Vice #009
10:00AM Miami Vice #016
11:00AM Miami Vice #027
12:00PM Miami Vice #036
1:00PM Miami Vice #040
2:00PM Miami Vice #041
3:00PM Miami Vice #042
4:00PM Miami Vice #047
5:00PM Miami Vice #065
6:00PM Miami Vice #001
7:00PM Miami Vice #002
8:00PM Miami Vice #008
9:00PM Miami Vice #035
10:00PM Miami Vice #066
11:00PM Miami Vice #069
12:00AM Miami Vice #072
1:00AM Miami Vice #077
2:00AM Miami Vice #091
3:00AM Miami Vice #092
4:00AM Miami Vice #093
5:00AM Miami Vice #094
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Sitting Down Offers a New Perspective On Stand-Up Comedy When TV Land Premieres New Original Series Sit Down Comedy With David Steinberg

Legendary Comedian/Director/Producer Hosts Series Filled with Today's Biggest Stars

NEW YORK, Nov. 10 -- Viewers get more than just laughs when TV Land premieres the new original series Sit Down Comedy With David Steinberg on Wednesday, December 14 at 10pm (ET/PT). Hosted by legendary comedian, producer and director David Steinberg, this six-episode series -- filmed live in front of an audience -- is a one-on-one comedy forum in which celebrated performers including Mike Myers, Larry David, Martin Short, Bob Newhart, Jon Lovitz and George Lopez open up about their personal lives and careers in entertainment.

Sit Down Comedy With David Steinberg engages these classic and contemporary comedians -- who all got their starts in television - for uproarious conversations in which they share anecdotes and famous comedy bits. From Mike Myers' description of how his expatriate British parents and his early adulthood spent in England were the inspiration for Austin Powers to Larry David's explanation of why he can't handle the pressure of packing a suitcase, the series has a unique newness to it as these performers take the stage to discuss their lives and careers, rather than to promote an upcoming project. The result is simply two comedians in conversation -- an honest look at the personal lives and career paths of some of the most renowned comedic performers of our time in a clean "no-spin" zone.

"We're thrilled to work with David on this show and extremely proud of the way the series turned out," states Sal Maniaci, Vice President, Development and Original Production, TV Land and Nick at Nite. "David provides an atmosphere for talent to feel comfortable which leads to free flowing conversations that aren't normally captured for TV cameras. Since the celebrities aren't participating on the show to promote their latest works, Sit Down Comedy With David Steinberg truly allows our viewers to get a funny and real look at these stars when they are unrehearsed. Bob Newhart described the rapport between comedians when he said 'We're like jazz musicians. There's a trust that you have with another comedian in front of an audience so that no matter how far out you go, he can follow and bring you right back."

The six episode series rollout is as follows:

Wednesday, December 14; 10 - 11 pm (ET/PT)

Mike Myers and David Steinberg speculate about what people mean when they call Canadians nice ("are people really trying to say that we are wussies or asexual?"), how Monty Python is a form of birth control and how Mike met his wife and how "far" they went on their first two dates.

Wednesday, December 21; 10-11 pm (ET/PT)

Larry David talks with David Steinberg about the jobs he had to take as a struggling comic including one as a private chauffeur for an elderly woman who insisted he wear a uniform, his views on the sexual revolution and his unsuccessful attempts to get involved in it and how he loves the scenes in which he gets cursed out in Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Wednesday, December 28; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)

Bob Newhart sits down with David and tells how he started his professional career as an accountant, his pride in being a Vegas headliner while Don Rickles was performing in the lounge. Newhart also shares his insights on the trust between comedians. "As opposed to the rest of show business, when two comedians meet they talk about the worst audiences they've ever had and their worst shows"

Wednesday, January 4; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)

During his discussion with David Steinberg, Martin Short recalls his early days growing up as a stage-struck kid in a small Canadian town, his start as a singer and dancer and his move to New York. Short also displays his talent as a master impressionist doing everyone from Robin Williams to Liza Minelli ... and even David Steinberg.

Wednesday, January 11; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)

In this episode, David Steinberg talks to Jon Lovitz about his early years as a suburban kid with a funny dad, his time with the improve group "The Groundlings," and his big break on Saturday Night Live and creating such memorable characters as the Master Thespian and The Pathological Liar.

Wednesday, January 18; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)

George Lopez reveals his difficult upbringing in East Los Angeles and how his life story eventually became the material for his stand-up act, the challenges faced in creating a career in comedy and how he incorporates everything in his life into his TV series.

The New York Times has called David Steinberg one of the most original comedians in years, "a cross between Woody Allen and Lenny Bruce". Second only to Bob Hope in appearances on Carson's The Tonight Show, he began his comedy career with Second City and influenced the careers of John Belushi, Bill Murray, John Candy and others who followed him there. Steinberg capped a prolific career as a stand up comedian with four comedy albums and two Grammy nominations. He has also won two Emmys as a writer. Famous for being funny on both sides of the camera, he has directed many critically acclaimed shows, including Friends, Newhart, Seinfeld, Mad About You, and most recently Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm for HBO. His work on Seinfeld, Mad About You and Curb Your Enthusiasm earned him several DGA and Emmy awards and nominations.

An accomplished director of over 300 commercials, David has also won virtually every award in advertising, including two Clio Awards and the prestigious Silver Lion Award at the Cannes International Film Festival.

Among the shows he is currently producing or directing are his fifth season on Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Comeback with Lisa Kudrow for HBO, Sons and Daughters, a comedy improvisational show and Emily's Reasons Why Not starring Heather Graham for ABC. He is executive producer of Go Kinky, a show chronicling the Texas gubernatorial ambitions of Kinky Friedman.

Sit Down Comedy With David Steinberg is executive produced by David Steinberg, Vince Arcaro and Robyn Todd.

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watched a preview of that 100 Unexpected moments...seems like the same old stuff that Bravo and E!channel dish out every so often. Even VH1 has their list of things. It's gonna be the same stuff, but in a different order.
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Why did TV LAND debut when I was in college? That's when it showed very GOOD programming now they just show well you know-lol THe Merrython has been CRAP every year since 2002
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Yes, my freind, you're absolutely right!

I mean what happened to some hsows that they used to air during this time?Chico and the Man, Just the Ten of Us, Perfect Strangers, etc.

This is just plain lazy and cheap!

So the best TV Land can do is air the Christmas eps. of what they have on their sched, now? Lazy-ass TV Land!

That's why I'm glad I live in Chicago and Me-TV is a haven for me to get away from TV land's bad butchering of shows and lazy programming decisions!
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Yeah I think it's very lazy to just air Christmas eps of the Shows on the schedule. Makes no sense. LAZY-THON
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TV Guide & TV Land Present: The 100 Most Unexpected Moments in Television

Episode #1 Unexpected TV Moments 100-81 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
First of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #100 and ending with moment #81, including clips from Roseanne, South Park, Steambath, Match Game, and The Family Guy and several others. This installment also features commentary from Carl Reiner, Melissa Rivers, Tommy Smothers, Penn & Teller, Jenna Fisher and several Hollywood notables.

Episode #2 Unexpected TV Moments 80-61 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Second of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #80 and ending with moment #61, including clips from Saturday Night Live, Mary Hartman Mary Hartman, Get Christie Love, The 2005 Masters Tournament, The Mike Douglas Show and several others. This installment also features commentary from John Stossel, William Shatner, Doris Roberts, Greg Gumbel, Jim Nantz and several others.

Episode #3 Unexpected TV Moments 60-41 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Third of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #60 and ending with moment #41, including clips from The Larry Sanders Show, Cop Rock, Password, I Married Dora, the 1968 Democratic National Convention, Late Night with David Letterman and several others. This installment also features commentary from Norman Lear, Michael Imperioli, Ted Koppel, Chris Matthews and several others.

Episode #4 Unexpected TV Moments 40-21 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Fourth of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #40 and ending with moment #21, including clips from The Steve Allen Show, The West Wing, the 1984 Summer Olympics, Thirtysomething and CBS Evening News. This installment also features commentary from Ed McMahon, Sheryl Crow, Louie Anderson, Walter Cronkite and several others.

Episode # 5 Unexpected TV Moments 20-1 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Fifth and final show, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #20 and ending with moment #1, including clips from Six Feet Under, Seinfeld, The Smothers Brothers, Dallas, Newhart, Nightline and several others. This installment also features commentary from Darren Star, Patrick Duffy, Mo’Nique, Pete Townshend, Bob Newhart and several others.
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TV Guide & TV Land Present: The 100 Most Unexpected Moments in Television

Episode #1 Unexpected TV Moments 100-81 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
First of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #100 and ending with moment #81, including clips from Roseanne, South Park, Steambath, Match Game, and The Family Guy and several others. This installment also features commentary from Carl Reiner, Melissa Rivers, Tommy Smothers, Penn & Teller, Jenna Fisher and several Hollywood notables.

Episode #2 Unexpected TV Moments 80-61 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Second of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #80 and ending with moment #61, including clips from Saturday Night Live, Mary Hartman Mary Hartman, Get Christie Love, The 2005 Masters Tournament, The Mike Douglas Show and several others. This installment also features commentary from John Stossel, William Shatner, Doris Roberts, Greg Gumbel, Jim Nantz and several others.

Episode #3 Unexpected TV Moments 60-41 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Third of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #60 and ending with moment #41, including clips from The Larry Sanders Show, Cop Rock, Password, I Married Dora, the 1968 Democratic National Convention, Late Night with David Letterman and several others. This installment also features commentary from Norman Lear, Michael Imperioli, Ted Koppel, Chris Matthews and several others.

Episode #4 Unexpected TV Moments 40-21 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Fourth of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #40 and ending with moment #21, including clips from The Steve Allen Show, The West Wing, the 1984 Summer Olympics, Thirtysomething and CBS Evening News. This installment also features commentary from Ed McMahon, Sheryl Crow, Louie Anderson, Walter Cronkite and several others.

Episode # 5 Unexpected TV Moments 20-1 (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
Fifth and final show, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented, beginning with moment #20 and ending with moment #1, including clips from Six Feet Under, Seinfeld, The Smothers Brothers, Dallas, Newhart, Nightline and several others. This installment also features commentary from Darren Star, Patrick Duffy, Mo’Nique, Pete Townshend, Bob Newhart and several others.


Haven't we aleady seen this?
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These are interesting, but come on! So many other cable channels have shows like this, it's not that original. TV Land is going overboard on original programing.

Of course, I'm a little bitter that most of my favorite shows never get recognized on shows like this.

As for the Merry-thon, it's not a great lineup. Although I am pleased to see "Wings" listed. For me, I'll be watching my DVD christmas episodes.
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