Merle Haggard, Jerry Herman, Bill T. Jones, Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney
Since 1978, the enduring wonder of the Kennedy Center Honors — which pays respects to performing arts masters for their lifetime contributions — has been the diversity of the group it assembles each year in Washington, D.C. And this year's ...
People sell the craziest things...as evidenced by the items brought into Detroit's American Jewelry and Loan. This pawn shop, featured in TruTV's popular series, opens its second season with a man trying to sell a DVD player that he says is actually an alien communication device, and a former porn star comes in with some of his old movies. The value of these items may be questionable, but for reality TV, this stuff is priceless! — Rhoda Charles
Read on for previews of Champs Sports Bowl, Rudolph's Shiny New Year, Kennedy Center Honors, Cupcake Wars, Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys and America's Septuplets Turn 13.
Blake Edwards Tribute (Monday, 8/7c, TCM)
Turner Classic Movies pays homage to the late filmmaker, who died earlier this month, with a five-film festival featuring several of his most iconic movies: Breakfast at Tiffany's, starring the divine Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly; Days of Wine and Roses, starring Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick as an alcholic couple; The Pink Panther, the comedy that introduced the world to Peter Sellers' bumbling Inspector Clouseau; and Victor/Victoria, Edwards' last great success, starring his wife Julie Andrews in a comedy about gender and sexual confusion and Le Jazz Hot. Andrews, Robert Preston and Lesley Ann Warren were all nominated for Oscars.