December 7, 2010

TV TimeZ – December 7

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ABC:  Charlie Brown Christmas, No Ordinary Family, Detroit 1-8-7
CBS:  The Good Wife
CW:  One Tree Hill, Life Unexpected
FOX: Glee, Raising Hope, Running Wilde
Tonight's Premieres:
NBC: Minute to Win It at 8p
Food Network: Cupcake Wars at 9p
Sundance Channel: Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys at 10p & 1030p
Tonight's Finales:
HBO: In Treatment at 9p
Oxygen: Running Russell Simmons at 10p
TLC: Little Couple at 10p

ABC announced the upcoming Wednesday series premiere dates of its new comedies Mr. Sunshine and Happy Endings. Mr. Sunshine, starring Matthew Perry and Allison Janney will open February 9 at 930p, taking the place of Cougar Town which returns to the lineup on April 13. Happy Endings, the new ensemble comedy helmed by Elisha Cuthbert will bow April 13 at 10p once the frosh drama Off the Map ends its run.
ABC's Wednesday schedule for February 9 through April 6 (new series in bold):

The Middle at 8p
Better Together at 830p
Modern Family at 9p
Mr. Sunshine at 930p
Off the Map at 10p
ABC's Wednesday schedule starting April 13:
The Middle at 8p
Better Together at 830p
Modern Family at 9p
Cougar Town at 930p
Happy Endings at 10p
Modern Family (Fan Favorites) at 1030p

This Saturday, Neil Patrick Harris will host Spike TV's annual Video Game Awards which also includes appearances by a slew of celebrities such as Nathan Fillion, Nick Swardson, Denise Richards and cast members from It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia among others. The awards show begins at 8p.