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Old 06-04-2007, 10:56 PM   #16
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It's pretty bad when TV Land Confidential is the best thing on that network.
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TV Land is becoming a boomer lifestyle channel, much like MTV changed from a music channel to a youth lifestyle channel.
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We need another classic tv network. I waited so long to get TV Land and it was already starting to go downhill when I got it . It's gone into the toilet now. lol
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This network is insane. The programming is all over the road, and I feel these crazy, abrupt programming moves and acquisitions won't be able to save it no matter how hard they try. They're just making it worse. The network absolutely has ZERO coherence!

Not to mention those movies.
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I would honestly love to see MeTV from Chicago or AmericanLife.

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We need another classic tv network. I waited so long to get TV Land and it was already starting to go downhill when I got it . It's gone into the toilet now. lol
I got it in 2003. For me there was Mary Tyler Moore, Bob Newhart Show, Barney Miller, and Soap to enjoy. I didn't get to enjoy these series for very long though. They were all gone in a manner of months.
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When you start adding reality series instead of the classic shows that TV Land used to have and that people of all ages loved to watch, that's pretty sad. Instead of "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition", they should try putting on something called "Extreme Makeover: TV CHANNEL Edition". Watch as TV Land changes its schedule right before your eyes to try and please you, the viewers. Now that's a dose of reality that I wouldn't mind seeing every week.
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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition? Is this for real? Come on now... what happened to TV Land being a classics network, as in shows that are at least 10 years(and I'd say 15 years) old. and to top it off... this is a reality show. Blah.
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TV LAND REVEALS THE UNTOLD STORIES BEHIND FAVORITE TV SHOWS, MUSIC, MOVIES AND MORE WHEN TV LAND CONFIDENTIAL RETURNS ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 11 AT 10 PM ET/PT

Original Series Premieres with Two Back-to-Back Episodes

Los Angeles, CA, June 11, 2007 Why was Ray Romano so reluctant to go to Italy to shoot Everybody Loves Raymond? What did Michael Jackson confess to Donny Osmond? What made the dance scenes in Saturday Night Fever so hot? TV Land, the network dedicated to building the ultimate Baby Boomer entertainment brand, answers these questions and reveals the untold stories behind viewers' favorite TV guest stars, finales, blockbuster movies and hit songs when the original series, TV Land Confidential, returns on Wednesday, July 11 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. This six-episode series, premiering with back-to-back episodes -- "Oddballs" and "Movies" -- airs every Wednesday at 10 p.m. through August 8. The series is executive produced by David P. Levin of BrainStorm Inc.

Each 30-minute episode of TV Land Confidential is filled with anecdotes, interviews and clips, bringing viewers the tales behind their favorites in entertainment. Told by the people who were there the stars, producers, network executives and others in the know viewers will laugh alongside these insiders as they share their stories, from love blooming on the set between a guest star and the star of a popular sitcom to what inspired the pop hits "Jessie's Girl" and "I Will Survive," to the secrets behind filming some of pop culture's most memorable movie scenes.

"This series is back by popular demand because our viewers love hearing candid, behind-the-scenes stories about the entertainment industry," states Sal Maniaci, Senior Vice President, Development and Production, TV Land. "TV Land is thrilled to continue to create originals like these that explore topics which appeal to our Baby Boomer audience."

Celebrities slated to appear in the series include: John Amos, Danny Bonaduce, Todd Bridges, Kirk Cameron, David Cassidy, Tony Danza, Fran Drescher, Josh Duhamel, Marla Gibbs, Jorge Garcia, Louis Gossett Jr., Pat Harrington, Melissa Joan Hart, Judd Hirsch, Shirley Jones, Jane Kaczmarek, Christopher Knight, Cheryl Ladd, Robert Loggia, Christopher Lloyd, Mary Wilson, Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, John Ratzenberger, Phil Rosenthal, Rick Springfield, Alan Thicke, Marlo Thomas, Frankie Valli, Jon Voight and Billy Dee Williams.

The rollout for TV Land Confidential is as follows (all times ET/PT):

Wednesday, July 11, 10 p.m.

ODDBALLS: They are the oddball characters you rarely meet in real life, but find all over the TV dial. The things they do and say are unforgettable. This episode of TV Land Confidential tells the inside story of some of the most original TV characters of all time. How did the Sweathogs narrowly escape permanent expulsion their first season? Is it possible that Lenny and Squiggy were based on real people? What about Taxi's Reverend Jim? And how did Balki come up with that crazy accent? Wacky characters created on a whim -- some quirky, some crazy and all of them completely original.

Wednesday, July 11, 10:30 p.m.

MOVIES: The silver screen is a goldmine of untold stories. From script to screen and everything in between, this installment of TV Land Confidential takes on Hollywood with tales of your favorite movies. How did Tom Hanks and Robert Loggia get motivated for their Big dance scene? What made the dance scenes in Saturday Night Fever so hot? Why did Christopher Lloyd nearly turn down a ride Back To The Future? Why did Cloris Leachman stop filming during Mel Brooks' High Anxiety? How did the producers of Animal House find their perfect school? Get some popcorn, sit back and enjoy!

Wednesday, July 18, 10 p.m.

FINALES: Even in the world of television all good things must come to an end from the hit shows that go out with a bang, to the series that are quietly canceled there's always a story behind the send-off. This episode looks at the shows that got to say good-bye, some that didn't and some that said good-bye, and then unexpectedly got stays of "cancellation" and returned from the dead. What finale was originally planned for The Mary Tyler Moore Show? How did Bob Newhart kept the secret of his final Newhart episode? Viewers will also get an exclusive set visit to the finale of Malcolm In The Middle.

Wednesday, July 25, 10 p.m.

GUEST STARS: They show up, do their bit and then they're off to the next show. They're the guest stars who spice up your favorite shows. And they have stories too! From walk-on parts to recurring characters, this episode of TV Land Confidential tells the untold tales of the sometimes celebrated, sometimes unsung guests stars of series television.

How did Tony Danza persuade his old friend Marilu Henner to guest star Who's The Boss? Why did A Mary Tyler Moore Show audience boo one guest star just for kissing Murray? And which guest star set the record for most cruises on The Love Boat? Here's a clue: "Coochi Coochi Coo!!" and we've got the other answers too!

Wednesday, August 1, 10 p.m.

LOCATIONS: What happens when your favorite TV shows leave the safety of the studio and go out on location? From the Beaches of Hawaii to the glitz of the Vegas Strip or the concrete jungles of New York City, every location brings with it new challenges for cast and crew. How did the Brady kids like shooting in Hawaii? Why did producers have to cordon off a beach when Charlie's Angels showed up? From an evacuation on the set of Lost, to vacationers becoming part of a scene on the hit show Las Vegas, when a television shows goes on location you can bet the unexpected happens and the untold stories are plentiful.

Wednesday, August 8, 10 p.m.

MUSIC: What does it take to make a song a number one hit? Featuring # 1 songs and stars from the 60's, 70's, and 80's, this episode looks at the world of pop music. What happened when the Monkees met the Beatles? How did Motown turn out so many hits? Which Woodstock performer wrote a song in front of the half million people in attendance and why? Viewers will hear inside stories about song-writing and get the real story behind songs like: "December 1963 (Oh What A Night)", "Jessie's Girl" and "I Will Survive."
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TV Icons Are Put to Work in TV Land's Back to the Grind Premiering Wednesday, July 18

Original Series Features Loni Anderson, Erik Estrada, Marla Gibbs, Sherman Hemsley, Betty White, Mark Curry, Jimmie Walker, Harry Anderson, Bea Arthur and Ed Begley Jr. Performing the Jobs Their Characters Held

NEW YORK, June 11 -- What happens when Sherman Hemsley spends the day sweating it out at a real dry cleaning establishment? Can Loni Anderson really hack it as a receptionist at a top radio station? And does the courtroom listen when Harry Anderson starts hitting the gavel? Viewers will find out when TV Land airs Back to the Grind, a new original series premiering Wednesday, July 18 at 10:30 p.m. This half-hour series challenges iconic TV performers to actually work in the jobs their TV characters held on shows like The Jeffersons, Night Court and WKRP in Cincinnati. Other performers featured in the series include Erik Estrada, Marla Gibbs, Betty White, Mark Curry, Bea Arthur, Ed Begley Jr. and Jimmie Walker. The series is executive produced by Michael Levitt and Eugene Pack.

"Back to the Grind blends popular TV personalities with fun, real life situations inspired by the plotlines of some of the best loved TV shows ever made," states Sal Maniaci, Senior Vice President of Development and Production, TV Land. "This is a light-hearted, entertaining look at performers that our audience knows and loves."

The series gives celebrated actors a fresh opportunity to reminisce, while taking on some real "work" challenges. From Betty White reliving her "Sue Ann Nivens" character's job as a cooking show host on The Mary Tyler Moore Show to Erik Estrada trying to fight crime with the real CHIPS Academy and more, the stars interact with the "real people" who do their TV jobs for a living.

The episode rollout is as follows (all times are ET/PT):

LONI ANDERSON AND ERIK ESTRADA

July 18, 2007, 10:30 p.m.

In the premiere episode of Back to the Grind, Loni Anderson (WKRP In Cincinnati) spends a day and a night working in live radio. She starts as a receptionist at a top radio station, then tries her hand at being a traffic reporter, a "hip hop" DJ, and she finally ends her day by screening calls at "Loveline," where she ends up on air with sex/love expert Dr. Drew Pinsky. Also in this episode, Erik Estrada (CHIPS) attempts to work the streets with the actual California Highway Patrol, but first, he has to get his motorcycle license -- and attend the CHIPS Academy which proves not to be an easy task for the star.

MARLA GIBBS & SHERMAN HEMSLEY

July 25, 2007, 10:30 p.m.

In this "Jefferson" themed episode, two stars from that classic sitcom attempt to do the jobs they did on the show for real -- Marla Gibbs finds herself working with the Merry Maids and eventually tries her hand as housekeeping supervisor at one of LA's swankiest boutique hotel. Meanwhile, Sherman Hemsley spends a day sweating it out at a real dry cleaners -- taking orders, ironing, pressing and eventually delivering the clothes in the company van.

BETTY WHITE & MARK CURRY

August 1, 2007, 10:30 p.m.

Betty White attempts to host her very own cooking show for real -- like she did in her Emmy-Award winning role as "Sue Ann Nivens" on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. The only problem is that she hates spending time in the kitchen. Plus, Hanging With Mr. Cooper star Mark Curry is given the challenge of coaching an actual high school basketball team to a game day victory or defeat.

JIMMIE WALKER & HARRY ANDERSON

August 8, 2007, 10:30 p.m.

Like his character "JJ" on Good Times, Jimmie Walker tries his hand as a painter and takes real art classes -- painting nude models -- eventually displaying his self-portrait at an art gallery showing. He's in for a surprise when a special guest star shows up to buy his "artwork." Then, Night Court's Harry Anderson punches in at a New Orleans courthouse for a day -- attempting to learn what it takes to really be a judge. Only Harry Anderson would somehow manage to officiate a real life wedding during his tenure as a judge.

BEA ARTHUR & ED BEGLEY, JR.

August 15, 2007, 10:30 p.m.

She played a tutor on the Golden Girls, but now Bea Arthur takes on one of the greatest roles of her illustrious career -- teaching and tutoring college SAT prep classes to a group of feisty teenagers! Then, St. Elsewhere's Ed Begley, Jr. recreates his TV job by working at St. Joseph's hospital for a day -- with tasks ranging from manning the information booth to serving lunches to patients and even conquers his biggest fear -- taking blood.

Beginning July 5, TVLand.com will feature sneak peeks of the series and classic scenes from Good Times and The Jeffersons. When the show premieres on July 18, fans can log on to watch interviews with TV icons Erik Estrada, Betty White and more, exclusive footage from the series and full episodes.

Michael Levitt is a veteran television producer whose recent projects include network specials reuniting the casts of three long running series: Knots Landing Reunion: Together Again (CBS), The Happy Days' 30th Anniversary Reunion (ABC) and Dallas Reunion: The Return To Southfork (CBS). Among his other projects, in 2003, Levitt co-created and served as executive producer for The TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV. Now in its fifth installment, Levitt presides as executive producer over the show. Over the past ten years,

Levitt has also served as Executive Producer on the Billboard Music Awards as well as producer of the Teen Choice Awards (Fox) and Scream Awards (SpikeTV). Most recently, Levitt Executive Produced Simon Cowell's Celebrity Duets for Fox and Cr The Mother of All Pageants for CW.

Eugene Pack is the executive producer and creator of Bravo's critically acclaimed comedy special Celebrity Autobiography: In Their Own Words based on his long-running comedy stage hit and the executive producer of the CMT series Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders: Making The Team, now in its second season. He is an Emmy-Award nominated writer (America: A Tribute to Heroes) for Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music, or Comedy Program. In addition, he is the writer and performer of the one man comedy show Undisputed: My Night With the Queen of Soul. Producing credits include Countdown to the Emmys (NBC), The Food Network Awards, and the VH1 comedy pilot Signs of Life. His other recent writing credits include A Home For The Holidays (CBS), Fashion Rocks (CBS), Academy of Country Music Awards (CBS) and The NFL Opening Kickoff (ABC).
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Original Series Features Loni Anderson, Erik Estrada, Marla Gibbs, Sherman Hemsley, Betty White, Mark Curry, Jimmie Walker, Harry Anderson, Bea Arthur and Ed Begley Jr. Performing the Jobs Their Characters Held

NEW YORK, June 11 -- What happens when Sherman Hemsley spends the day sweating it out at a real dry cleaning establishment? Can Loni Anderson really hack it as a receptionist at a top radio station? And does the courtroom listen when Harry Anderson starts hitting the gavel? Viewers will find out when TV Land airs Back to the Grind, a new original series premiering Wednesday, July 18 at 10:30 p.m. This half-hour series challenges iconic TV performers to actually work in the jobs their TV characters held on shows like The Jeffersons, Night Court and WKRP in Cincinnati. Other performers featured in the series include Erik Estrada, Marla Gibbs, Betty White, Mark Curry, Bea Arthur, Ed Begley Jr. and Jimmie Walker. The series is executive produced by Michael Levitt and Eugene Pack.

"Back to the Grind blends popular TV personalities with fun, real life situations inspired by the plotlines of some of the best loved TV shows ever made," states Sal Maniaci, Senior Vice President of Development and Production, TV Land. "This is a light-hearted, entertaining look at performers that our audience knows and loves."

The series gives celebrated actors a fresh opportunity to reminisce, while taking on some real "work" challenges. From Betty White reliving her "Sue Ann Nivens" character's job as a cooking show host on The Mary Tyler Moore Show to Erik Estrada trying to fight crime with the real CHIPS Academy and more, the stars interact with the "real people" who do their TV jobs for a living.

The episode rollout is as follows (all times are ET/PT):

LONI ANDERSON AND ERIK ESTRADA

July 18, 2007, 10:30 p.m.

In the premiere episode of Back to the Grind, Loni Anderson (WKRP In Cincinnati) spends a day and a night working in live radio. She starts as a receptionist at a top radio station, then tries her hand at being a traffic reporter, a "hip hop" DJ, and she finally ends her day by screening calls at "Loveline," where she ends up on air with sex/love expert Dr. Drew Pinsky. Also in this episode, Erik Estrada (CHIPS) attempts to work the streets with the actual California Highway Patrol, but first, he has to get his motorcycle license -- and attend the CHIPS Academy which proves not to be an easy task for the star.

MARLA GIBBS & SHERMAN HEMSLEY

July 25, 2007, 10:30 p.m.

In this "Jefferson" themed episode, two stars from that classic sitcom attempt to do the jobs they did on the show for real -- Marla Gibbs finds herself working with the Merry Maids and eventually tries her hand as housekeeping supervisor at one of LA's swankiest boutique hotel. Meanwhile, Sherman Hemsley spends a day sweating it out at a real dry cleaners -- taking orders, ironing, pressing and eventually delivering the clothes in the company van.

BETTY WHITE & MARK CURRY

August 1, 2007, 10:30 p.m.

Betty White attempts to host her very own cooking show for real -- like she did in her Emmy-Award winning role as "Sue Ann Nivens" on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. The only problem is that she hates spending time in the kitchen. Plus, Hanging With Mr. Cooper star Mark Curry is given the challenge of coaching an actual high school basketball team to a game day victory or defeat.

JIMMIE WALKER & HARRY ANDERSON

August 8, 2007, 10:30 p.m.

Like his character "JJ" on Good Times, Jimmie Walker tries his hand as a painter and takes real art classes -- painting nude models -- eventually displaying his self-portrait at an art gallery showing. He's in for a surprise when a special guest star shows up to buy his "artwork." Then, Night Court's Harry Anderson punches in at a New Orleans courthouse for a day -- attempting to learn what it takes to really be a judge. Only Harry Anderson would somehow manage to officiate a real life wedding during his tenure as a judge.

BEA ARTHUR & ED BEGLEY, JR.

August 15, 2007, 10:30 p.m.

She played a tutor on the Golden Girls, but now Bea Arthur takes on one of the greatest roles of her illustrious career -- teaching and tutoring college SAT prep classes to a group of feisty teenagers! Then, St. Elsewhere's Ed Begley, Jr. recreates his TV job by working at St. Joseph's hospital for a day -- with tasks ranging from manning the information booth to serving lunches to patients and even conquers his biggest fear -- taking blood.

Beginning July 5, TVLand.com will feature sneak peeks of the series and classic scenes from Good Times and The Jeffersons. When the show premieres on July 18, fans can log on to watch interviews with TV icons Erik Estrada, Betty White and more, exclusive footage from the series and full episodes.

Michael Levitt is a veteran television producer whose recent projects include network specials reuniting the casts of three long running series: Knots Landing Reunion: Together Again (CBS), The Happy Days' 30th Anniversary Reunion (ABC) and Dallas Reunion: The Return To Southfork (CBS). Among his other projects, in 2003, Levitt co-created and served as executive producer for The TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV. Now in its fifth installment, Levitt presides as executive producer over the show. Over the past ten years,

Levitt has also served as Executive Producer on the Billboard Music Awards as well as producer of the Teen Choice Awards (Fox) and Scream Awards (SpikeTV). Most recently, Levitt Executive Produced Simon Cowell's Celebrity Duets for Fox and Cr The Mother of All Pageants for CW.

Eugene Pack is the executive producer and creator of Bravo's critically acclaimed comedy special Celebrity Autobiography: In Their Own Words based on his long-running comedy stage hit and the executive producer of the CMT series Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders: Making The Team, now in its second season. He is an Emmy-Award nominated writer (America: A Tribute to Heroes) for Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music, or Comedy Program. In addition, he is the writer and performer of the one man comedy show Undisputed: My Night With the Queen of Soul. Producing credits include Countdown to the Emmys (NBC), The Food Network Awards, and the VH1 comedy pilot Signs of Life. His other recent writing credits include A Home For The Holidays (CBS), Fashion Rocks (CBS), Academy of Country Music Awards (CBS) and The NFL Opening Kickoff (ABC).
middle to end july look kinda fun i think i will watch tv land in those couple of weeks.
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Changes Week of July 23:

Mon-Fri Until Further Notice
7:30AM All in the Family (replaces Sanford & Son)
9:00PM The Jeffersons (replaces Sanford & Son)
9:30PM The Jeffersons (replaces Sanford & Son)
10:00PM Sanford & Son
10:30PM Sanford & Son
11:00PM M*A*S*H
11:30PM M*A*S*H
12:05AM Sanford & Son
12:35AM Good Times
1:10AM Three's Company
1:45AM The Cosby Show
2:20AM The Cosby Show
2:55AM Good Times
3:30AM Three's Company
4:00AM Sanford & Son
4:30AM All in the Family
5:00AM M*A*S*H (Mon-Thurs); Andy Griffith (Fri)
5:30AM M*A*S*H (Mon-Thurs); Andy Griffith (Fri)

More changes coming in August. See Aug thread.
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