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Elephant in the Room (Comedy Central) -- Patrice O'Neal's stand-up special will air at 8 p.
I was away from the blog on Friday, and I'm afraid I have to apologize for a couple oversights.
Last month, I nearly lost my mind with happiness when I heard that TNT had ordered a pilot about a crime-solving golden retriever.
In an effort to try to stem the tide of people cutting ties with cable and satellite providers to watch TV programming online, Time Warner will tonight start heavily promoting TV Everywhere -- a long in development system that would basically allow cable subscribers to watch everything they do at home on their computers and mobile devices -- on TBS and TNT, according to a report by the New York Times' Brian Stelter.
Hello, and welcome to a watershed day in television history.
TNT announced a little while back that they were getting into the TV movie game, and now they've settled on the first installment: "Hide," a crime drama based on a book by Lisa Gardner, starring Carla Gugino as Boston detective D.
TNT has renewed the bro-riffic "Franklin & Bash" for a second season, thus ensuring that Warming Glow's fratty recaps of the show will continue next summer, assuming Danger Guerrero doesn't get a job in a law office (which, let's face it, he probably won't).
Below is the first trailer for TNT's continuation of "Dallas," which won't air until next summer.
"Falling Skies" had the strongest cable debut of 2011, and TNT rewarded the show's performance last week with a renewal order after only three episodes.
TNT's "Rizzoli & Isles" was the inexplicable hit of the summer last year: the series debut pulled in 9 million viewers, and the show averaged 8.
As expected, TNT's "Falling Skies" debuted to big numbers last night, pulling in more viewers than any other cable premiere this year.