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Old 01-13-2006, 01:12 AM   #1
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TV Land March 2006 --


Regular schedule changes:
Effective Monday, March 13
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7 days a week
6:00AM Highway to Heaven (replaces Gunsmoke)

Weekdays
8:00AM Gunsmoke (replaces MacGyver)
1:00PM The A-Team (Mon), Miami Vice (Tues), Simon & Simon (Wed), Knight Rider (Thurs), MacGyver (Fri) - all replaces Hunter
2:00PM The A-Team (Mon), Miami Vice (Tues), Simon & Simon (Wed), Knight Rider (Thurs), MacGyver (Fri) - all replaces Gunsmoke
4:00PM Gunsmoke (replaces Hunter)

Weekends
12:00PM MacGyver (replaces Miami Vice Sat, The A-Team Sun)
1:00PM Hunter (replaces Miami Vice Sat, The A-Team Sun)








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

Tuesday, Feb. 28
3:00AM TV Land Top 10: Small Screen, Big Stars
4:00AM Unexpected Moments #1
5:00AM Still Brady After All These Years

Saturday, March 4
pre-empted, Don Knotts Tribute weekend marathon

Tuesday, March 7
3:00AM TV Land Top 10: Greatest TV Romances
4:00AM TV Guide Unexpected Moments #2
5:00AM TV Land Top 10: Loveable Losers - Geeks & Nerds

Saturday, March 11 (re-airs Tues. March 14 3-6a)
9:00AM TV Land Top 10: Wacky Neighbors
10:00AM TV Guide Unexpected Moments #3
11:00AM Sitdown Comedy: Larry David

Saturday, March 18
pre-empted Sanford & Son marathon

Tues. March 21
3:00AM TV Land Top 10: TV Cars
4:00AM TV Guide Unexpected Moments #4
5:00AM Sitdown Comedy: George Lopez
5:30AM Sitdown Comedy: Jon Lovitz

Saturday, March 25 (re-airs Tues. March 28 3-6a)
9:00AM TV Land Top 10: TV Dads
9:30AM TV Land Top 10: Andy Griffith
10:00AM TV Land Awards 2006

Saturday, April 1
9:00AM TV Land Confidential #2
9:30AM TV Land Confidential #5
10:00AM TV Land Top 10: All in the Family Moments
11:00AM Living in TV Land: #5 William Shatner in Concert





Specials & Marathons


- Wednesdays at 10 p.m. and 1 a.m. encores

Wednesday, March 1: Sitdown Comedy: Mike Myers 10-11p, 1a-2a
Wednesday, March 8: Sitdown Comedy: Larry David 10-11p, 1a-2a
Wednesday, March 15: Sitdown Comedy: Bob Newhart 10-10:30p, 1a-1:30a



- Sanford and Son 48 Hour Viewer’s Choice Marathon
Saturday, March 18 and Sunday, March 19, 2006
6:00 a.m. March 18 thru 6:00 a.m. March 20
Fred, Lamont, Aunt Esther, Grady and all the junk and laughs your heart desires are on this weekend as TV Land showcases a 48 hour marathon of episodes chosen by the viewers! Is Lamont really a “big dummy”? Will Fred ever really have a heart attack? Tune in this weekend to find out which episodes are our viewers’ favorites--or you'll get one across the lip you big dummy!!!








- 4th Annual TV Land Awards
Wednesday, March 22, 2006
9:00pm – 11:00pm
(Encore at 12:30am)
(sponsored by Masterfoods, Nestle, Capital One, Johnson & Johnson, and Nexium)*
The 4th annual TV Land Awards honors the best and brightest stars and shows in all of television! Past star-studded celebrations have been hosted by John Ritter and Brad Garrett, with guest presenters such as Halle Berry, Mira Sorvino, Ben Stiller, and Billy Bob Thornton.
This classic TV extravaganza celebrates all things television, from TV's Legends, Innovators and Pop Culture icons to Wacky Neighbors, Unsung Heroes and Fashion Plates. The show includes Viewers’ Choice Awards as well as those nominated by the TV experts at TV Land, and even a special award for a new show that's sure to be Future Classic. TV icons like Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore and Rob Reiner share the stage with current TV celebrities, movie stars and musical guests. It's over 50 years of unforgettable television celebrated in one amazing evening!
A simulcast will air on Nick@Nite during the premiere only.

Encore schedule is as follows:
Thursday, 3/23, 7am
Friday, 3/24, 4p
Saturday, 3/25, 10a and 8p
Sunday, 3/26, 11:59p
Monday, 3/27, 5p
Tuesday, 3/28, 9a
Wednesday, 3/29, 3a (early Thurs)
Friday, 3/31, 11:59p





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Wednesday, March 22, 2006: William Shatner
11:00pm-12:00am (Sneak peek following 2006 TV Land Awards)
Wednesdays 10 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. weeks after
(Encores at 1am)

Wednesday, March 29, 10pm – encore of Shatner episode

TV Land continues to roll out its slate of originals this quarter and invites viewers to “spend a day in the life” with some of television’s most recognizable stars when it premieres Living in TV Land with a special sneak peak episode featuring William Shatner, immediately following the 2006 TV Land Awards show.
Watch as Living in TV Land follows Classic TV stars away from the sound stages and studios, outside the roles that made them famous and into the roles of their daily lives when they are not acting and are being themselves.
Upcoming stars featured in April are Barry Williams, Fred Willard, Sherman Hemsley, and on May 3 Davy Jones.
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the Sanford and Son marathon will be nice.
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EMMY AWARD-WINNING ACTRESS MEGAN MULLALLY

TO HOST FOURTH ANNUAL

TV LAND AWARDS: A CELEBRATION OF CLASSIC TV



Two-hour Special from Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar Honors the Best and

Brightest from the History of Television

Santa Monica, CA, January 23, 2006 – TV Land today announced that Emmy Award-winning actress and star of NBC’s Will & Grace will serve as host at the fourth annual TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV, which will tape on Sunday, March 19, 2006 at the Barker Hanger in Santa Monica, CA before premiering on TV Land on Wednesday, March 22 at 9PM (ET/PT). The announcement was made today by Larry W. Jones, President, TV Land and Nick at Nite.

The TV Land Awards is the network’s fourth annual salute to Classic TV stars, shows and the individuals whose work has endured the test of time. Several awards will be bestowed upon some of television’s legendary series’ and stars, which the network will announce in the coming weeks. Throughout the two-hour telecast, TV Land will feature dozens of celebrated past and present TV performers as well as musical tributes, show parodies and reunions of some of the most iconic casts from televisions’ most beloved shows.

“TV Land is thrilled to have Megan Mullally bring her many talents to our awards show,” states Larry W. Jones. “Megan’s proven talents have made her a success on television, on Broadway and in concert halls and her passion for Classic TV are sure to resonate with fans of the TV Land Awards.”

Megan Mullally is seen weekly in her Emmy and 3-time SAG Award-winning role of “Karen Walker” on NBC’s Will & Grace. This fall, she will host her own daytime syndicated talk show, The Megan Mullally Show on NBC Universal. Mullally made her Broadway debut in the 1994 revival of Grease with Rosie O’Donnell before going on to win the Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for her portrayal of “Rosemary” opposite Matthew Broderick in Broadway’s How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Additionally, she has appeared in numerous stage productions in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Her singing career has brought her to such venues as Lincoln Center and The Kennedy Center, where she has performed with her band, Supreme Music Program (SMP) as well as The Disney Concert Hall, where she appeared as a soloist. Upcoming performances from California to New York are also slated. Megan has made two records with SMP, including the recently released Big as a Berry, available on CD.

Michael Levitt (TV Land Awards 2003 and 2004, Billboard Music Awards) serves as Executive Producer, Emmy-award winning Glenn Weiss as Director (2003 Tony Awards, Christmas in Washington, Star Search), Greg Sills as Supervising Producer (VH1 Divas, Billboard Music Awards), Michael Dempsey as Producer (Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration, mtvICON), and Sal Maniaci and Larry W. Jones also serve as Executive Producers.
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No offense to Megan Mullally, but they could of gotten a better host. She's funny and a current comedienne, but they should of continued the John Ritter trend of CLASSIC tv stars hosting.

The Sanford & Son marathon sounds nice.

I honestly can say I rarely watch TVL anymore. I used to avidly watch from 2002 to 2004 but I just lost interest. Maybe it's because I can get most of the shows on DVD and know they will always be around now. I'm not sure. LOL. I watch Night Court and Good Times sometimes. All in the Family too, but not very much.
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I'm gonna tape all of the SAS marathon
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I all the eps selectedfor the Sanford and Son Marathon is from seasons 2 to seasons 5
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Effective Monday, March 13
***Changes Listed Only***
7 days a week
6:00AM Highway to Heaven (replaces Gunsmoke)

Weekdays
8:00AM Gunsmoke (replaces MacGyver)
1:00PM The A-Team (Mon), Miami Vice (Tues), Simon & Simon (Wed), Knight Rider (Thurs), MacGyver (Fri) - all replaces Hunter
2:00PM The A-Team (Mon), Miami Vice (Tues), Simon & Simon (Wed), Knight Rider (Thurs), MacGyver (Fri) - all replaces Gunsmoke
4:00PM Gunsmoke (replaces Hunter)

Weekends
12:00PM MacGyver (replaces Miami Vice Sat, The A-Team Sun)
1:00PM Hunter (replaces Miami Vice Sat, The A-Team Sun)
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I am glad that Knight Rider and Simon and Simon is coming to TV Land that is good News.
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wow omg that sounds great omg i love tv land all my favorite shows on 1 channell all we need is incredible Hulk on there and it be like Heaven all my favorite shows on one.
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Originally Posted by barwars
I wonder what will be this year's Future Classic.

The Office?
My Name Is Earl?
How I Met Your Mother?
or Everybody Hates Chris?

If it's something besides those 4, I'll be shocked.

Not announced, but...

DALLAS, CHEERS, GOOD TIMES AND BATMAN HEADLINE HONOREES AT THE FOURTH ANNUAL TV LAND AWARDS: A CELEBRATION OF CLASSIC TV

Megan Mullally Hosts Awards Show Honoring the Best of Television at Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar on Sunday, March 19

Taped Special Premieres on Wednesday, March 22

New York, NY, February 22, 2006 – TV Land announced today that Cheers, Batman, Good Times and Dallas are among the shows that will be honored at the fourth annual TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV, being taped at The Barker Hangar on Sunday, March 19. The two-hour special will premiere with a special simulcast on TV Land and Nick at Nite on Wednesday, March 22 beginning at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The annual celebration recognizes shows and stars from television’s rich history, is hosted by Will and Grace’s Megan Mullally and is sponsored by M&M'S(r) Brand Chocolate Candies.

Several awards will be bestowed upon some of television’s legendary series’ and stars. The cast and crew of Cheers will be recognized with the Legend Award, Batman will be honored in celebration of its 40th Anniversary, Good Times will receive the Impact Award and Dallas will receive the Pop Culture Award. TV Land will also present awards in several other categories, including the 2005 Future Classic Award – which TV Land unveiled in 1998 and is presented annually to the one new show from the past calendar year which best exemplifies the qualities of an emerging television classic. Last year’s recipient was ABC’s hit series, Desperate Housewives.

Slated to appear at the show include: cast members from Cheers – Ted Danson, Kelsey Grammer, Shelley Long, John Ratzenberger, George Wendt and Rhea Perlman; Batman’s Adam West and Burt Ward; John Amos, Jimmy “JJ” Walker, Ja’net Dubois, BernNadette Stanis, Johnny Brown and Ralph Carter from Good Times and Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Charlene Tilton, Steve Kanaly, Susan Howard, Ken Kercheval and Mary Crosby from Dallas.

LEGEND AWARD

This award is presented to a television series which has stood the test of time and ranks among the most memorable and celebrated shows in TV history. TV Land will honor Cheers as this year’s recipient.

The most nominated series in history, Cheers garnered a total of: 27 Emmy Awards; 6 Golden Globe Awards and several awards from the Writers Guild of America and the Directors Guild of America. The staff at the Cheers bar in Boston, MA include: Sam Malone (Ted Danson), the owner and bartender and an ex-pitcher for the Boston Red Sox; Diane Chambers (Shelley Long), the waitress attending graduate school and Carla Tortelli LeBec (Rhea Pearlman), the wise-cracking waitress who had several kids and ex-husbands. Ernie “Coach” Pantusso (Nicholas Colasanto), an ex-baseball coach, helped Sam behind the bar until 1985 when the actor who portrayed him passed away and was replaced by Woody Boyd (Woody Harrelson), a naive and innocent bartender. Diane left in 1987 to write a novel and was replaced by Rebecca Howe (Kirstie Alley), a barmaid. The regular patrons include: accountant, Norm Peterson (George Wendt), local mailman with a knack for trivia, Cliff Clavin, (John Ratzenberger); psychologist, Dr. Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammar) and his wife, psychologist, Dr. Lillith Sternin (Bebe Neuwirth).

IMPACT AWARD

This award is given to a show that offered both entertainment and enlightenment, always striving for both humor and humanity, with comedy that reflected reality. This year’s recipient is Good Times.

The series, directed by Norman Lear, premiered on CBS on February 1, 1974 and was set in the projects on the South Side of Chicago. It follows the lives of the Evans family as they tackle such hardships as financial problems and discrimination. Florida Evans (Esther Rolle) is the quick witted matriarch of the household, while her loving husband, James (John Amos) is the breadwinner and proud father. Together, their successful parenting skills instill value, pride and morality in their three children who are often bickering. J.J., the eldest son, is an aspiring artist who became an instant hit with his catchphrase “Dyn-O-Mite.” Thelma, the teenage daughter grapples with school, dating and her two overly protective brothers while the youngest, Michael (Ralph Evans), delves into politics and education to become the family’s scholastic success. Willona Woods (Ja’net DuBois), family friend and next door neighbor, appears frequently in the Evans household and is always adding her wisdom and sarcasm.

POP CULTURE AWARD

This award is presented to a show that has crossed the line from television series to pop culture phenomenon. This year’s honoree is Dallas.

One of the most popular prime-time dramas in the history of television, Dallas began as a five part mini-series in 1978 but ended up lasting thirteen years, until 1991. Centered on the Ewing Family -- wealthy Texas oil millionaires -- the soap opera follows their lives on their sprawling South Fork ranch just outside of Dallas. Much of the show’s storylines revolve around money, power, intrigue, dysfunctional family dynamics and their love lives. Patriarch Jock Ewing created Ewing Oil, which was the family corporation. His wife, Miss Ellie, managed their home, Southfork Ranch, and they had three sons: - J.R. (Larry Hagman), the ruthless CEO of Ewing Oil, married to former Miss Texas Sue Ellen Shepard (Linda Gray); Bobby (Patrick Duffy), the nice guy, who marries Pamela Barnes (Victoria Principal), daughter of the Ewing's chief business rival; and Gary (played by David Ackroyd and then Ted Shackleford), considered an outcast by his father, who eventually moves to California with his wife Valene (Joan Van Ark). J.R. is almost always a scoundrel, and Bobby is the more honest of the two. The entire Ewing clan lives under one roof, causing more strife than family harmony. By the early 1980's, Dallas was one of the most popular shows in TV history and is often remembered as the show that began the nighttime drama trend that is so popular today.

40th ANNIVERSARY

One of the most memorable series of all times, Batman, celebrates its 40th Anniversary this year and will be honored at The TV Land Awards.

Adam West utilized a tongue-and-cheek portrayal of mysterious millionaire Bruce Wayne with his secret identity as the crime-fighting, bat-watusing Batman. Teamed with the effusively-tongued Robin played by Burt Ward, this crime-fighting duo seeks to keep the peace in Gotham City against an array of super-villains. Each one of these famous foes gains fame for their schemes. Each episode also features the unforgettable fight scenes against the super-villains punctuated by the now famous “Pow,” “Bang,” and “Thud,” that became trademarks of the series. Assisting Batman was his loyal butler, Alfred (Alan Napier), the embattled Police Commissioner Gordon (Neil Hamilton), Chief O’Hara (Stafford Repp), and in the latter episodes, the innocent librarian/crime-fighting Batgirl (Yvonne Craig).

TV Land has also asked viewers to log on to the network's Emmy-winning website, tvland.com to vote for a variety of fun categories including “Favorite Singing Sibling,” “Coolest Crime Fighting Team” and “Favorite Dream Sequence” with the winners to be announced and presented at the show. The voting is taking place on tvland.com, and will end on March 12. To date, traffic to tvland.com has increased 13% since the voting began.

In addition to M&M'S(r) Brand Chocolate Candies, other major sponsors include Capital One and Nestlé's HOT POCKETS® Brand SUBS.

Michael Levitt (Knots Landing Reunion: Together Again, TV Land Awards 2003, 2004 and 2005, Happy Days: 30th Anniversary Reunion) serves as Executive Producer, Emmy-award winning Glenn Weiss as Director (The Miss Teen USA Pageant 2005, BET Awards 2005, The 59th Annual Tony Awards 2005), Greg Sills as Supervising Producer (Knots Landing Reunion: Together Again, The Teen Choice Awards 2005, Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2005) and Sal Maniaci and Larry W. Jones also serve as Executive Producers.
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TV Land will pay tribute to dear friend Don Knotts with a Primetime Tribute Marathon of The Andy Griffith Show on Tuesday, February 28 starting at 8 p.m. (ET/PT) and a 48-Hour Don Knotts Tribute Marathon featuring The Andy Griffith Show and Three's Company this coming weekend, March 4-5.

See Feb TVL thread for the Andy Griffith Feb. 28 event.

Here are the details for March 4-5:

- Don Knotts 48 Hour Weekend Tribute
Saturday, March 4 and Sunday, March 5, 2006
6:00 a.m. March 4 thru 6:00 a.m. March 6
Tune in for Andy Griffith Show and Three's Company episodes featuring Don Knotts. See image below for episode info:
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hey wait this coming weekend is the sanford n son marathon i been waiting for over a week or so to see.now i feel bad about mr don knotts dying and all but can they hold off the marathon til like Friday night.so we dont miss the sanford n son marathon that is originally scheduled
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