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TV Junkie: Obama on '60 Minutes'; 'Robot Chicken - Star Wars II' on Sunday
Looks like "60 Minutes" scored the first post-election interview with President-elect Barack Obama - it will air on Sunday at 7:00pm on CBS.
As we know, Rob Lowe and family had to flee the fire in Montecito, any idea on how many other TV/film celebs will become "homeless" from the seemingly out-of-control blaze?
Don't forget Sunday at 11:30pm-ish is the premiere of "Robot Chicken: Star Wars - Episode Two". Check out our interview with series writer and voice actor (voice of Boba Fett!!!) Breckin Meyer.
The TV Junkie Plan: Tonight - "Bill Moyers' Journal", "Crash", "Realtime with Bill Maher", Letterman (Cosby!), Ferguson (Ray Davies!); Saturday - "Kiss Me Deadly", "Ricky Gervais' HBO Special", "SNL"; Sunday - "60 Minutes", "Should I Smoke Dope?", "True Blood", "Californication"
8:00pm Long Day's Journey Into Night TCM - (1962) Alcohol, morphine, illness and stinginess doom the Tyrone family (Katharine Hepburn, Ralph Richardson, Jason Robards) in 1912 Connecticut.
8:00pm Bill Moyers Journal PBS/KCET - How President-elect Barack Obama's promise of change may affect the Middle East;
9:00pm Survivorman Discovery - Les Stroud takes two horses into the Colorado Rockies and discovers the challenges of surviving.
10:00pm Crash Starz - Peter's development is threatened by a wild fire; Kenny deals with the repercussions of having Gustav deported; Cesar saves a young woman; The Doctor dies.
10:00pm NUMB3RS CBS - While investigating the death of a former pro-surfer, the team uncovers a startling connection to another crime
10:00pm Newsnight BBC America - Season Finale
11:00pm Real Time With Bill Maher HBO - Season Finale. Actor Ashton Kutcher; author Jon Meacham; Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.)
11:35pm The Late Show With David Letterman CBS - Comic Bill Cosby; The Answer performs.
12:35am The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson CBS - Actor Jim Parsons; Ray Davies performs.
8:30pm Kiss Me Deadly TCM - (1955) Mickey Spillane's private eye Mike Hammer follows bad guys and blondes to a smoking box in a Los Angeles beach house.
9:00pm Accidental Friendship Hallmark - Premiere. A LA police officer befriends a homeless woman who takes care of two dogs - based on a true story.
10:00pm Ricky Gervais: Out of England - The Stand-Up Special HBO - The comic performs at Madison Square Garden in New York.
11:25pm Saturday Night Live NBC - Host Paul Rudd; Beyonce performs.
5:30pm 4Real The CW - Season Finale. With Joaquin Phoenix going the Brazilian rain forest.
7:00pm 60 Minutes CBS - Interview with President-elect Barack Obama
8:00pm Should I Smoke Dope? BBC America - Journalist Nicky Taylor travels to Amsterdam to investigate the growing debate about the legalization of marijuana. For Anti
8:00pm Total Finale Live MTV - Original host Carson Daly and current host Damien Fahey reminisce about 10 years of 'TRL.'
9:00pm True Blood HBO - Sookie and Sam investigate her most recent vision; Jason helps clean up Amy's mess
9:00pm Dexter Showtime - Dexter tries to teach Miguel the "code"; Debra is closer to finding the skinner.
10:00pm Jeff Dunham's Very Special Christmas Special Comedy Central - If ventriloquists are your thing, this is the show to watch tonight.
10:00pm Entourage HBO - Vince receives contradictory direction; Ari and Dana Gordon try to put out the flames
10:00pm Californication Showtime - Hank tries to get the truth about Ashby; Karen confronts the record producer; Marcy detoxes at her mother's house; Charlie succumbs to temptation.
Photo of Barack and Michelle Obama on Election Night via AP Photo/Jae C. Hong
Donald Trump was a fading TV presence when the WGA strike put a dent in network schedules.
Pickets are being held outside at movie and TV studios across the city
For some critics, this feels less like a momentous departure and more like a footnote.
Disneyland's famous "Fantasmic!" show came to a sudden end when its 45-foot animatronic dragon — Maleficent — burst into flames.
Leads Ali Wong and Steven Yeun issue a joint statement along with show creator Lee Sung Jin.
Every two years, Desert X presents site-specific outdoor installations throughout the Coachella Valley. Two Los Angeles artists have new work on display.