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Tonight's TV Hot List: Friday, Feb. 12, 2010

Winter Olympics
7:30/6:30c NBC
The Winter Olympics get underway with the Opening Ceremonies, and an estimated three billion viewers will be anxiously waiting to see what Vancouver can come up with following Beijing's ceremona-palooza in 2008. Executive producer David Atkins, who also handled the opening of the Sydney Games, will only reveal that "it's not a traditional ceremony," so perhaps waving banners and native dancers will not be included: But don't count on it. It's also unlikely to include any lip-synching or fake fireworks, faux pas that put a bit of a damper on China's otherwise magnificent effort. It will be the first Opening Ceremony held in an indoor venue; the 55,000 capacity BC Place has a roof, so there could be additional opportunities for visual effects. And as usual, the Olympic community is abuzz about the lighting of the Olympic cauldron, with Wayne Gretzky seen as a popular choice among potential igniters.

Read on for previews of the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, Friday Night Alright, Famous Crime Scene and John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show.  Read Full Article

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Free | VH1 Aired: 3/26/2010

Season 1, Episode 7
Get an inside look of the final moments of Notorious B.I.G.'s life. Watch Famous Crime Scene for the full story.

Free | VH1 Aired: 3/12/2010

Season 1, Episode 5
Learn the real story of Selena's shocking murder at the hands of the former president of her fan club.

Free | VH1 Aired: 3/5/2010

Season 1, Episode 4
Watch the reenactment of John Lennon's death.

Free | VH1 Aired: 3/5/2010

Season 1, Episode 4
Chapman's confess to the crime...

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Tonight's TV Hot List: Friday, Feb. 12, 2010

Winter Olympics
7:30/6:30c NBC
The Winter Olympics get underway with the Opening Ceremonies, and an estimated three billion viewers will be anxiously waiting to see what Vancouver can come up with following Beijing's ceremona-palooza in 2008. Executive producer David Atkins, who also handled the opening of the Sydney Games, will only reveal that "it's not a traditional ceremony," so perhaps waving banners and native dancers will not be included: But don't count on it. It's also unlikely to include any lip-synching or fake fireworks, faux pas that put a bit of a damper on China's otherwise magnificent effort. It will be the first Opening Ceremony held in an indoor venue; the 55,000 capacity BC Place has a roof, so there could be additional opportunities for visual effects. And as usual, the Olympic community is abuzz about the lighting of the Olympic cauldron, with Wayne Gretzky seen as a popular choice among potential igniters.

Read on for previews of the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, Friday Night Alright, Famous Crime Scene and John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show. read more

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Premise: Investigations of celebrity deaths, 'CSI'-style, featuring reenactments, computer graphics and interviews with experts and witnesses.

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