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TV Land February 2007 --


Regular schedule changes:

None, same schedule in effect Jan. 17.




TV Land Originals Encores:
Weekdays at 1:30pm ET/PT and Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00 pm ET/PT
Saturday schedule:

Saturday, February 3
10:00AM TV Quotes and Catchphrases #4
11:00AM Myths & Legends – Film Frights & Red Scares
11:30AM Myths & Legends – Munchkins & Misbehavior

Saturday, February 10
10:00AM TV Quotes and Catchphrases #5
11:00AM Myths & Legends – Super Stars & Sudden Deaths
11:30AM Myths and Legends – Film Frights & Red Scares

Saturday, February 17
10:00AM TV Land Top Ten – Brady Bunch Episodes
11:00AM Myths & Legends – Graves, Gilligan, and Groucho
11:30AM Myths & Legends – Super Stars & Sudden Deaths

Saturday, February 24
10:00AM TV Land Confidential #7
10:30AM TV Land Confidential #1
11:00AM Sit Down Comedy – Jerry Seinfeld
11:30AM Myths & Legends – Graves, Gilligan, and Groucho







Specials & Marathons







- That's What I'm Talking About Marathon
Saturday, February 3, 2007
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET/PT
This three-part series features celebrities from all fields discussing and debating who made the greatest contributions to American pop culture in a free-wheeling, fast-paced, quick-witted show.
What was more influential – The Cosby Show, Roots, or In Living Color?
Which black comic book character is the coolest? What’s the worst characterization of a black person in film or TV? In each episode, guest panelists will discuss such pop culture topics as: relationships, divas, athletes, trendsetters, movers & shakers, politicos, and much more!
Notable guest panelists include: Harry Belafonte, Al Sharpton, Diahann Carroll, Paul Mooney, Spike Lee, and many more…







- Myths & Legends
Premiered Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Wednesdays 10:00 p.m. through 10:30 p.m. ET/PT
Encore schedule: Monday 10p; Tuesday 10:30a; Wednesday & Thursday 1:30p; Friday 5a; Saturday 11a & 8p; Sunday 11:59p
Mikey from the Life cereal commercials overdosed on Pop Rocks and soda, causing an explosion in his belly! Paul McCartney is dead! Julia Child dropped a chicken while taping her show, picked it up and continued to dress it, saying, "Remember, you're alone in the kitchen." Did any of this really happen? Urban Myths and Legends sets the record straight about some of the most confused and confounding moments in entertainment history.

Episode info for Feb TBD
Feb. 7:
Feb 14:






- Cosby Show Valentine's Day Marathon
Thursday, February 8, 2007
9:00pm to 11:00pm
Encores: Wednesday, February 14, 2007 6pm-8pm
9:00pm/6:00pm Happy Anniversary
9:30pm/6:30pm A Touch of Wonder
10:00pm/7:00pm Golden Anniversary
10:30pm/7:30pm Cliff’s Birthday






- Good Times Mini-Marathon
Saturday, February 17, 2007
11:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. ET/PT
Encores: Sunday, February 18, 2007 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Each month TV Land will air a mini-marathon of a show for one weekend (Sat. 11p-2am and Sun 10a-1p). This month spend it with the Evans Family!
11:00pm/10:00am Too Old Blues
11:30pm/10:30am Michael’s Big Fall
12:00am/11:00am The Boarder
12:35am/11:30am Write On, Thelma
1:10am/12:00pm J.J. and the Plumber’s Helper
1:45am/12:30pm House Hunting






- Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg Season 2
Season Premiere Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
Wednesdays a 10 p.m. ET/PT for 6 weeks
This year David sits down with legendary comedians such as Roseanne, Robin Williams, Jon Stewart, Jerry Seinfeld, Ray Romano, and Garry Shandling. These celebrated performers offer hilarious stories about their personal lives and careers in the entertainment field. Don’t miss this change to get up, close, and personal with some of comedies favorite stars!

Wednesday, February 21; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)
Jerry Seinfeld and David discuss fatherhood, the greatest thing about being a comedian and his first Tonight Show appearance. Among other topics discussed include how he and Larry David conceived the premise of Seinfeld and the importance of playing the "straight man" in comedy.
Encores: 1:30pm Thurs; 12:35am Fri; 11am Sat; 2:20a Sun; 10pm Mon; 6pm Tues; 1:30pm Wed.



COMING IN MARCH: RETURN OF MUNSTERS & ADDAMS FAMILY.
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Hollywood's Brightest Stars Bring the Laughs When Sit Down Comedy With David Steinberg Returns on Wednesday, February 21

Legendary Comedian/Director/Producer Hosts Original Series Filled with Today's Biggest Comedy Stars Including Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams, Roseanne Barr, Jon Stewart, Garry Shandling and Ray Romano

NEW YORK, Jan. 18 -- Today's most celebrated and proven comedians sit down with comic icon, director and producer David Steinberg as TV Land kicks off the second season of Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg on Wednesday, February 21 at 10pm (ET/PT). This six-episode series -- filmed in front of a live studio audience -- premieres with an animated and hilarious conversation with Jerry Seinfeld. Subsequent guests in this one-on-one comedy forum include Robin Williams, Roseanne Barr, Jon Stewart, Garry Shandling and Ray Romano, who entertain with funny stories about their personal lives and careers in entertainment.

Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg engages classic and contemporary comedians for uproarious conversations in which they reveal personal anecdotes and recount famous comedy bits. From Jerry Seinfeld recalling how his hit series Seinfeld was created in a New York deli to how an appearance on Late Night with David Letterman changed Ray Romano's life forever, to Garry Shandling boxing a rabbi, the series offers a unique freshness as these performers take to the stage to discuss their lives and careers, rather than simply drop by to promote an upcoming project. The result is two comedians in conversation -- an honest look at some of the most renowned comedic performers of our time in a clean "no-spin" zone."

David's ability to provide a comfortable, spontaneous atmosphere allows TV Land the opportunity to bring such amazing talent to the table," states Sal Maniaci, Senior Vice President, Development and Original Production, TV Land. "These comedians are all Hollywood heavyweights whose trust and respect for David shines through in their honest and refreshing conversations."

The six episode series rollout is as follows:

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

Jerry Seinfeld and David discuss fatherhood, the greatest thing about being a comedian and his first Tonight Show appearance. Among other topics discussed include how he and Larry David conceived the premise of Seinfeld and the importance of playing the "straight man" in comedy.

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

Robin Williams goes one-on-one with David Steinberg and speculates on what Condoleeza Rice is like behind closed doors. Williams recounts how he broke Robert DeNiro's nose and his favorite moment during Comic Relief. Williams also opens up about what he was like in school and talks about his first stand-up experience.

Wednesday, March 7; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)

Roseanne Barr sits down with David and discusses the awkward experience of what it is like to have your show bomb and then be stuck in an elevator with angry audience members. Roseanne also discusses what she believes the line is between being mentally ill and Jewish, and shares her spiritual awakening.

Wednesday, March 14: 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)

Jon Stewart and David Steinberg reminisce about the first time they worked together and compare what clothes they like to wear to work. Jon discusses his inspiration behind The Daily Show and recalls what his earliest memory is. He also shares how he learned not to fall in love with the audience, how he deals with his fans' criticisms and recounts his experience hosting The Academy Awards.

Wednesday, March 21; 10-10:30 pm (ET/PT)

In this episode, Garry Shandling opens up to David about how he started his comedy writing at UCLA and eventually sold his first script to Sanford and Son. Garry also shares what it was like to host The Tonight Show for the very first time. He recounts how he defended Whoopi Goldberg at a celebrity basketball tournament and the experience of accidentally boxing a rabbi.

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

Ray Romano and David talk about his job as a futon delivery man in Manhattan -- delivering to Cher and Robert DeNiro -- as well as picking up a return from Larry David. Among other topics discussed include his experience living in his parents' basement until he was 29 and why "vacation sex" is better than "home sex." Romano also explains how Everybody Loves Raymond came about after an appearance on Late Night with David Letterman.

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 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 seventh season on Curb Your Enthusiasm, Campus Ladies and The Dane Cook pilot. His first book, a biblical version of his life entitled "The Book of David," will be published by Simon and Schuster and will be out in June 2007. For more information on David Steinberg and his work go to http://THEDAVIDSTEINBERG.COM.

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

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Cupid Sets His Sights on the Huxtables When TV Land Celebrates Valentine's Day With The Cosby Show on February 8

NEW YORK, Jan. 25 -- TV Land celebrates Valentine's Day with four romantically funny episodes of The Cosby Show featuring a showcase of tender moments and sweet ballads when the network presents "Huxtable Love Songs: The Greatest Hits." Beginning Thursday, February 8, from 9:00pm - 11:00pm (all times ET/PT), sparks fly and hearts beat when legendary recording artists Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Lena Horne and The Count Basie Orchestra join the Huxtables for an evening filled with laughter and song. TV Land's "Huxtable's Love Songs: The Greatest Hits" will also air on February 14 from 6:00pm - 8:00pm (all times ET/PT).

The schedule for "Huxtable's Love Songs: The Greatest Hits" is as follows (all times listed are ET/PT):

9p #027 - Happy Anniversary Cliff arranges a surprise European cruise for his parents, along with an oil painting of their newlywed photo. But Grandma and Grandpa are most impressed with the children's home-cooked dinner, followed by a rousing lip-sync rendition of Ray Charles' classic, "Night Time Is The Right Time," featuring the whole Huxtable family.

9:30p #042 - A Touch Of Wonder Denise and Theo are thrilled when they are involved in a minor car accident with a limousine whose only passenger is superstar singer/songwriter Stevie Wonder. Wonder feels so bad about the accident that he invites the whole Huxtable family to a recording session.

10p #052 - Golden Anniversary The Huxtable family joins together to make Grandma and Grandpa's 50th wedding anniversary a special evening. Cliff arranges for The Count Basie Orchestra to perform. The Huxtables perform another spirited lip-sync, as they did for their grandparents' 49th, this time to James Brown's "I Got the Feelin'."

10:30p #24 - Cliff's Birthday While Cliff snoops around trying to discover his special birthday surprise, a clever Clair has arranged for the Huxtable family to see legendary performer Lena Horne. Cliff is beside himself when Lena Horne dedicates a song to him and invites the family to her dressing room after the show.
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Sit Down Comedy With David Steinberg to Premiere Exclusively on TVLand.com

Each Episode to Air Online Every Monday Beginning February 19, Two Days Before Network Premiere

Episodes Available for Purchase on iTunes Beginning February 27

NEW YORK, Feb. 1 -- TV Land announced today that for the first time ever, it will air the season premiere of a series exclusively on TVLand.com when the second season of Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg premieres online on Monday, February 19. The episode will then premiere on the network two days later on Wednesday, February 21 in its regularly scheduled timeslot of 10 p.m. ET/PT. In addition, throughout the series' six- week run, ensuing episodes will all premiere first on tvland.com every Monday and then air on the network two days later. The series -- filmed in front of a live studio audience -- launches with an animated and hilarious conversation with Jerry Seinfeld. Subsequent guests in this one-on-one comedy forum include Robin Williams, Roseanne Barr, Jon Stewart, Garry Shandling and Ray Romano, who entertain with funny stories about their personal lives and careers in entertainment.

Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg's multi-platform viewing experience includes:

TVLand.com: Beginning February 19, each episode from the series will premiere on the site two days before its on-air premiere. Other TVLand.com content for Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg includes clips from the series' in which Steinberg's guests have starred such as Everybody Loves Raymond (Ray Romano), Roseanne (Roseanne Barr), The Larry Sanders Show (Garry Shandling), Jon Stewart (The Daily Show) and more. In addition, timed to each Wednesday on-air premiere, TV Land asks viewers to watch the on-air episode of the series to answer a trivia question. Viewers can then go to TVLand.com with their answer and enter for a chance to win a video ipod.

iTunes: Beginning February 27, episodes of the series will be available for purchase on iTunes music store. After the launch of the series, episodes of the series will be available for purchase on a weekly basis.

Podcasts: Kicking off with highlights from Steinberg's one-on-one with Jon Stewart, sneak peeks of the series will be available as free podcasts on iTunes beginning February 1. New podcasts from future episodes will be made available throughout the life of the series.

Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg engages classic and contemporary comedians for uproarious conversations in which they reveal personal anecdotes and recount famous comedy bits. From Jerry Seinfeld recalling how his how being fired from Benson led to creative control of Seinfeld to how an appearance on Late Night with David Letterman changed Ray Romano's life forever, to Garry Shandling boxing a rabbi, the series offers a unique freshness as these performers take to the stage to discuss their lives and careers, rather than simply drop by to promote an upcoming project. The result is two comedians in conversation -- an honest look at some of the most renowned comedic performers of our time in a clean "no-spin" zone.

"TV Land's studies have shown that Baby Boomers love to access and view content online," states Larry W. Jones, President, TV Land. "Boomers have embraced new media technology, so premiering Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg in this way helps to satisfy their digital cravings."

The six episode series rollout is as follows:

Online Premiere: Monday, February 19

On-Air Premiere: Wednesday, February 21

Jerry Seinfeld and David discuss fatherhood, the greatest thing about being a comedian and his first Tonight Show appearance. Among other topics discussed include how he and Larry David conceived the premise of Seinfeld and the importance of playing the "straight man" in comedy.

Online Premiere: Monday, February 26

On-Air Premiere: Wednesday, February 28

Robin Williams goes one-on-one with David Steinberg and speculates on what Condoleeza Rice is like behind closed doors. Williams recounts how he broke Robert DeNiro's nose and his favorite moment during Comic Relief. Williams also opens up about what he was like in school and talks about his first stand-up experience.

Online Premiere: Monday, March 5

On-Air Premiere: Wednesday, March 7

Roseanne Barr sits down with David and discusses the awkward experience of what it is like to have your show bomb and then be stuck in an elevator with angry audience members. Roseanne also discusses what she believes the line is between being mentally ill and Jewish, and shares her spiritual awakening.

Online Premiere: Monday, March 12

On-Air Premiere: Wednesday, March 14

Jon Stewart and David Steinberg reminisce about the first time they worked together and compare what clothes they like to wear to work. Jon discusses his inspiration behind The Daily Show and recalls what his earliest memory is. He also shares how he learned not to fall in love with the audience, how he deals with his fans' criticisms and recounts his experience hosting The Academy Awards.

Online Premiere: Monday, March 19

On-Air Premiere: Wednesday, March 21

In this episode, Garry Shandling opens up to David about how he started his comedy writing at UCLA and eventually sold his first script to Sanford and Son. Garry also shares what it was like to host The Tonight Show for the very first time. He recounts how he defended Whoopi Goldberg at a celebrity basketball tournament and the experience of accidentally boxing a rabbi.

Online Premiere: Monday, March 26

On-Air Premiere: Wednesday, March 28

Ray Romano and David talk about his job as a futon delivery man in Manhattan -- delivering to Cher and Robert DeNiro -- as well as picking up a return from Larry David. Among other topics discussed include his experience living in his parents' basement until he was 29 and why "vacation sex" is better than "home sex." Romano also explains how Everybody Loves Raymond came about after an appearance on Late Night with David Letterman.

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 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 seventh season on Curb Your Enthusiasm, Campus Ladies and The Dane Cook pilot. His first book, a biblical version of his life entitled "The Book of David," will be published by Simon and Schuster and will be out in June 2007. For more information on David Steinberg and his work go to THEDAVIDSTEINBERG.COM.

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

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TV Land Myths and Legends Scores With Viewers

Network Garners Double-Digit Gains in Rating, Delivery and Total Viewers for Series' Six-Week Run

NEW YORK, Feb. 20 -- TV Land's newest original series, TV Land Myths and Legends, was a huge hit with viewers, scoring double-digit gains in demo rating, delivery and total viewers for its debut season. Over the last six weeks, the series, which premiered on Wednesday, January 10 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, took a look at the most compelling and intriguing stories in Hollywood. From delving into the secret of which of Carly Simon's former lovers inspired her hit song "You're So Vain", to the munchkin mystery in The Wizard of Oz, to whether Barry Williams was really high during an episode of The Brady Bunch -- this six-part series went behind-the-scenes to investigate Hollywood's most fabled myths and legends.

According to Nielsen Media Research, over the series' six week run (1/10-2/14/07), it averaged 819,000 total viewers, up +54% over last year. It posted a 0.4/445,000 among its core A25-54 demo over last year, an increase of +33% in rating and +76% in delivery. Among Boomers (Adults 40-54), TV Land Myths and Legends scored triple digit increases, posting a 0.6/319,000, up +100% in rating and +102% in delivery over last year. TV Land Myths and Legends features original interviews, archival clips and appearances by celebrities -- many of whom had a direct connection to these legendary stories. Each episode explores extraordinary tales about Hollywood's most memorable stars, TV shows, films and music. The series examines the origin of these myths and rumors -- shedding light on some of pop culture's darkest mysteries. Produced by Gay Rosenthal Productions (Behind the Music and Little People, Big World), the series' Executive Producers are Gay Rosenthal, Paul Barrosse and Sal Maniaci and Co-Executive Producer is Nicholas Caprio.
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