Roger Ebert's new movie review TV show will premiere Jan. 21, the film critic announced.
Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies will air in 192 markets across the United States and worldwide in 175 countries via the Armed Forces Network, Ebert wrote in his Chicago Sun-Times journal.
Ebert, who lost his ability to speak after a battle with thyroid cancer, announced his TV return in September. The new show will feature contributors who will use Ebert's trademark "thumbs up/thumbs down" rating system he made famous on At the Movies, which ended earlier this year. Ebert, who communicates with post-it notes and a computer program that turns text into speech, will contribute regular segments as well.
Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory
Any one of Penny's dates — Leonard expected — would be the last person with whom the guys would have anything in common, let alone befriend. However, they do find a perfect reason when they ask her latest buff boyfriend to help them by joining them in a costume contest in which they're entering as members of the Justice League. — Bill Ecklund
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Hulk Hogan and Jennifer McDaniel
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