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Tonight's TV Hot List: Sunday, Jan. 18, 2009

Big Love
9 pm/ET HBO
The 16-month layoff between seasons is practically Soprano-esque, but the payoff for another show about a redefined family is well worth the wait.

Read on for previews of Desperate Housewives, United States of Tara, Another Cinderella Story, We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial and the NFC and AFC Championships.  Read Full Article

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Tonight's TV Hot List: Sunday, Jan. 18, 2009

Big Love
9 pm/ET HBO
The 16-month layoff between seasons is practically Soprano-esque, but the payoff for another show about a redefined family is well worth the wait.

Read on for previews of Desperate Housewives, United States of Tara, Another Cinderella Story, We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial and the NFC and AFC Championships. read more

Live from D.C.! Obama's Inauguration Coverage Kicks Off with Party-Palooza

If you're not among the 2 million people expected to attend the inauguration of Barack Obama as the first African-American president on Tuesday, there's plenty of television coverage available. While an unprecedented audience is expected to watch the swearing in, major networks and cable news channels also will broadcast concerts, speeches and balls leading up to the historic event.

Plus, look out for our special presidential inauguration coverage on Tuesday: Watch a live video stream of Obama's swearing in on TVGuide.com, follow us on Twitter and submit your favorites for inclusion in our special edition of Top TV Moments. Check out the highlights of the "A New Birth of Freedom" inaugural programming:


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Premise: Barack Obama is sworn in as the 44th president outside the U.S. Capitol amid pomp and ceremony, plus music from Aretha Franklin, cellist Yo-Yo Ma and violinist Itzhak Perlman. The inaugural parade along Pennsylvania Avenue follows, and commentary is interspersed throughout the day. Before Joseph Biden takes his oath as vice president and Obama as president, Rev. Rick Warren gives the invocation. Rev. Joseph Lowery, a founder of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, offers a benediction.

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