TUESDAY TV PREVIEW

Tuesday, March 10 by

So it’s come to this. Another Tuesday of pretty random selections; Snoop Dogg talking ‘heart’ (as in the kind Rudy Ruettiger had) with some NFL superstars, the beginning and end of New York City as we know it, and Dave Mordal shooting fruitcakes into the air. Tomorrow, randomness gives way for one of the (if not the) best show on TV to return. Your preview after the break.

Dogg After Dark 9/8c on MTV

Snoop compares the size and amount of heart with football playas ‘Pac Man’ Jones, Priest Holmes, and DeShaun Jackson, while also discussing the secrets of hip hop success with Soulja Boy.

 

How the Earth Was Made 9/8c on History Channel

Take a lesson on how New York City was formed…or watch it get totally destroyed by a comet!

Wreckreation Nation with Dave Mordal 10/9c on Discovery

Dave tries soapbox racing in L.A., shoots fruitcakes into the air in Colorado, and trains falcons to hunt small game.

 

Late Show Round-Up (From Best to Worst)

Letterman 1130/1030c CBS 

Stupid Pet Tricks Paul Rudd, Razorlight

Craig Ferguson 1235/1135c CBS

Rosario Dawson, Gordon Ramsay

Jimmy Kimmel 1205/1105c ABC

Heidi Klum, Bryan Cranston, Chris Cornell

Jimmy Fallon 1235/1135c NBC

Emily Blunt, Michael Stipe, Pussycat Dolls

Leno 1135/1035c NBC

Whoopi Goldberg, Ella Fanning, Keisha Cole

 

 

—no new Conan until June 1st :(

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While Barack, AGAIN, takes over the TV waves to talk to Congress about stimulation, Animal Planet strikes gold with the premiere of Dark Days in Monkey City. Seriously, watch the preview–CGI and real monkeys starring in a fictional story with blood spraying everywhere and monkey rebellions against monkey empires. (!) Check out Stanky Snoop too, you know he’s chayyyllllll. Your preview after the break. Seriously,  I bet the NY Post is loving this line-up. Because they are racist jerks.

Presidential Address to Congress on all major Networks 9/8c

Jerry Springer style politics–probably not going to happen tonight (but still crossing our fingers!)

Dark Days in Monkey City on Animal Planet 10/9c

This is probably the best thing to come around in a long time-A blend of live action and CGI monkeys, apparently battling eachother in some post apocalyptic monkey-universe, all in graphic novel form. Bravo, Animal Planet. Bravo!

Dogg After Dark on MTV 9/8c

Gotta love Snoop.

Late Show Round-Up (From Best to Worst)

Letterman 1130/1030c CBS

Ben Roethlisberger, Steve Martin

Conan 1235/1135c NBC 

Charles Barkley, Justing Long, Annuals

Craig Ferguson 1235/1135c CBS

(REPEAT) Michael Clarke Duncan, Richard Zoglin, Adele

Leno 1135/1035c NBC

Drew Barrymore, Serena Williams, will.i.am

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Unfortunately, TV is taking a longer than expected President’s Day hiatus, leaving few good viewings for tonight’s lineup. Scrubs has reruns for an hour,  and at the time of this post, Fringe isn’t back until for another 50 days, 2 hours, 31 minutes and 28 seconds. That’s alright, just skee-daddle over to your local movie rental establishment and scope out some hot new releases. Your TV-less preview after the jump.

Body of Lies


Body of Lies – We Have Valuable Intel – Watch more

An overweight Russel Crowe orders around Leonardo DiCaprio to do some sketchy spy-work in the Middle-East.

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Religulous


RELIGULOUS trailer — in theaters October 3rd! – Watch more

Bill Maher and Larry Charles explore the world of religious fundamentalism. Plus, Maher is on Craig Ferguson tonight.

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Quarantine


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Kind like Cloverfield, but with Zombies.

Midnight Meat Train


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Brooke Shields + Clive Barker + Japanese Director + Hunting Dowing a Serial Killer + Strong Bloody Gruesome Violence and Nudity = A horror movie better than most trash that comes out in theatres.

 

Late Show Round-Up (From Best to Worst)

Leno 1135/1035c NBC

Jennifer Love Hewitt, Travis Pastrana, Andrew Bird

Letterman 1130/1030c CBS

Bonnie Hunt, M. Ward

Craig Ferguson 1235/1135c CBS

Bill Maher, Chris Klein

Conan 1235/1135c NBC 

Jason Sudeikis

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