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TV Junkie: People's Choice Voting Started

Voting for the People's Choice Awards has begun!
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Opinionated know-it-alls like ourselves are thrilled to see that the People's Choice Awards have begun accepting nominations and voting has started. The awards, hosted by Queen Latifah, will be broadcast on January 6th and between now and October 26th you can even vote on which Waterford Crystal design the winners' trophies will be based upon. The ballot casting process begins here.
Marc Graboff, Chairman of NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios waxed poetical about the "collapsing TV window" earlier this week and among other things suggested that putting their content for free on Hulu may have been a "hasty" decision. Is there a decision that NBC hasn't second-guessed lately? Putting their content on Hulu was one of the best moves they have done in years.
Set your Tivo: Michelle Obama will appear via satellite on "The Jay Leno Show"
Syndication News: IFC will be rebroadcasting back to back episodes of "Arrested Development" on Sundays at 10pm and Tuesdays at 9pm starting on October 25th. Comedy Central will be rebroadcasting "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" starting in the Summer of 2010.The TV Junkie Plan: "Web Soup", "Monty Python: Almost the Truth (The Lawyer's Cut)", "Sons of Anarchy", Kimmel

8:00pm Shark Tank ABC - Season Finale

8:00pm 90210 The CW - Adrianna tries to deal with the end of her relationship with Navid; Silver and Kelly disagree about caring for Jackie

8:00pm Nova: Lizard Kings PBS/KCET - Dr. Eric Pianka tracks monitor lizards, a species successful at adapting to all kinds of settings

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8:00pm Web Soup G4 - The internets, regurgitated

8:30pm The Tingler TCM - (1959) A mad pathologist (Vincent Price) discovers that people die of fright because of an organism on their spinal cord.

9:00pm Monty Python: Almost the Truth (The Lawyer's Cut) IFC - Part 3 of 6. And Now, the Sordid Personal Bits Monty Python members discuss BBC censorship, unwanted celebrity status

9:00pm NCIS: Los Angeles CBS - Following a murder, the secrets to classified software are thought to be lost until NCIS uncovers a suspect

9:00pm Frontline: The Warning PBS/KCET - Early warnings of the economic meltdown are traced back to the 1990s

9:00pm Dirty Jobs Discovery - Mike performs tests on endangered snapping turtles, then travels to San Francisco where he removes and recycles toilets.

10:00pm Sons of Anarchy FX - Since The League has SAMCRO members behind bars, the club must make new alliances in prison to survive.

10:00pm Monty Python's Life of Brian IFC - (1979) During biblical times, a man is mistakenly proclaimed a Messiah and finds himself leader of a new religion

10:00pm Flipping Out Bravo - Season Finale

10:00pm 13 Ghosts TCM - (1960) A couple and their children (Charles Herbert, Jo Morrow) occupy a house haunted by 12 ghosts who are seeking a 13th.

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12:05am Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC - Actor Edward Norton; the latest celebrity eliminated from "Dancing With the Stars"; musician Paul Shaffer; the Sounds perform.