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Hallmark Salutes Betty White, Civil Rights Documentary About TCM, NFL Wild Card, ‘NCIS’ and Terrorists

Betty White should be 100 years old today and the Hallmark Channel honors it golden girls marathon and a Hallmark of Fame movie. honored Martin Luther King Jr Day, Classic movies about Turner presents an evening of civil rights documentaries from Chicago-based The Film Group. Arizona drama LA in the finals of the NFL Wild card game. NCIS Confront the terrorists at sea.

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Valentine’s gone

honored Betty White, who passed away New Year’s Eve just fearing his 100th birthday on January 17, Hallmark celebrated its centenary with an epic 40-episode marathon of Golden girls begins at 12 a.m./ET and continues until 5 a.m./ET on Tuesdays. The laughter will pause in the evening to shed tears, courtesy of Valentine’s gone, a 2011 Hallmark Hall of Fame film starring White as a World War II widow featuring an interview with a television journalist (Jennifer loves Hewitt) led to news of the fate of her long-lost war hero husband in the 1940s. Also honoring Betty White for her lifelong animal advocate: Nat Geo WILD, with part Special presentation of the year 2013 Betty White Goes Wild at 9/8c, 6/PT, in which she shares her love of big cats by visiting zoos in Los Angeles and San Diego.

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Martin Luther King Jr.

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Martin Luther King Jr.

In honor of the late civil rights leader, TCM presents an evening of documentaries produced by The Film Group, a Chicago-based unit that has transitioned from industrial and commercial films to documentaries. socially conscious after witnessing the tumultuous events of the 1968 Democratic Convention. Highlights include 1969 American Revolution 2 (8/7c), including footage of the Chicago protests and riots, and the 1971 Fred Hampton’s Murder (10/9c), was intended to be a profile of Hampton and his leadership in the Black Panther Party of Illnois until his assassination was in production. (These events also inspired the 2021 movie Judas and the Black Messiah.)

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Monday Night Football

It seems old for Monday Night FootballI will broadcast ABC as well as ESPN (and ESPN 2, ESPN Deportes and related live streaming services), when the NFC of #5 The Arizona Cardinals take on number 4 Rams in Los Angeles to cap off a wild Wild Card weekend.

Katrina Law as Jessica Knight in NCIS

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NCIS

Have high action at sea when NCIS crew headed to the North Atlantic to board a civilian research vessel intercepting wounded Navy officers on a small boat. Once on board, they were forced to hide and hide when they realized the terrorists were moving. Maybe it wasn’t the best idea for an Agent Knight (Katrina’s Law) to bring a paper doll on board for a photo shoot for her niece’s middle school class. Although depending on its condition after the dust settles, it can be perfect for show and tell.

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Inside TV Monday:

  • Bounce Trumpet 30th Anniversary Award (8/7c, Bounce): Among those honored for their contributions to the African-American community: This is us star Courtney B. Vance, R&B Star Tyrese Gibson, producer Stan Lathan (Def Comedy Jam) and winner of Scripps National Spelling Bee Zaila Avant-garde.
  • Urban One Honors (8/7c, TV One and Cleo TV): Under the theme “Black America’s Soundtrack,” the Grammy Award-winner Ne-Yo (host) and Grammy Award winner HER (opening) helps honor Jennifer Hudson (Entertainment icon), Jimmy James and Terry Lewis (Lifetime Achievement), Gamble and Huff (Live legend), Timbaland (Music Improvements) and Tasha Cobbs-Leonard (Inspirational impact).
  • Next site (8/7c, CBS): Midlife Crisis Warning: With Dave (Max Greenfield) near his 40th birthday, neighbor Dave (Cedric the Entertainer) offered to help train him for an amateur boxing tournament. Will there be a training montage?
  • A challenge in Boston (10/9c, PBS, check local listings at pbs.org): Independent lens achieved its title with this poignant documentary on racial and economic inequality. When the filmmaker is white James Rutenbeck Visiting a night school in Boston, he realized that the story was better told by his subjects, who became production partners for insight into political and social barriers. society that low-income people of color face.

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Caroline Bleakley

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