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Hot off the heels of last week's host, Scarlett Johansson, comes another solid film actress taking on hosting duties. Anne Hathaway, a player in 2005's Brokeback Mountain, 2006's The Devil Wears Prada and the upcoming Love and Other Drugs, presides over tonight's lampooning bits and skits. She welcomes musical guest Florence and the Machine, Brit-based alt-rock practitioners headed by vocalist Florence Welch and orchestrators of the 2009 CD Lungs. — Dean Maurer
Read on for previews of College Football, The Night Before the Night Before Christmas, America's Most Wanted, Great Migrations, Suze Orman Show and Crossroads.
We know that Paul Young has been keeping secrets from Beth, and that Beth hasn't been entirely open with Paul. Their marital difficulties were Topic A last week, and there'll be more developments tonight. Meanwhile, Lynette's looking for a new nanny and Susan's looking for a new job. Expect a convergence. But Lynette gets a job offer as well — from old friend Renee. Here's a flash — a hot one — from the suddenly menopausal Bree. And is Carlos gay? Honestly, that's one of the story lines: Gaby's worried that he and Bob might become an item. — Paul Droesch
Read on for previews of Hannah Montana Forever, Undercover Boss, Sunday Night Football, The Simpsons, Great Migrations and Eastbound & Down.
To produce Great Migrations, a seven-hour documentary about animals in transit, filmmakers spent two and a half years in the field on 83 different shoots, covering 420,000 miles in 20 countries, on all seven continents...
TV is a wildlife lover's Garden of Eden. Networks like Animal Planet, Discovery, National Geographic, NAT GEO Wild and PBS fill their schedules with documentaries and critter reality programs. These shows promise a real glimpse into the behavior of wild animals. But just how authentic are they?
"There's a degree of audience deception that goes on," says veteran wildlife producer Chris Palmer, whose recent book, Shooting in the Wild, reveals some of the trickery.