Friday, December 31, 2010

Netflix Watch Instant: IMDB's Top 250 Movies

The website 100 Things I Learned has compiled a list of IMDB's Top 250 films available on Netflix. Here are the great films that are available on Netflix Watch Instantly:

#1 The Shawshank Redemption
#9 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
#13 Seven Samurai
#19 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
#33 Forrest Gump
#37 Apocalypse Now
#42 Terminator 2: Judgment Day
#45 Amelie
#50 The Shining
#54 The Pianist
#59 M
#61 Aliens
#62 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
#65 The Third Man
#81 Rashomon
#82 All About Eve
#83 Amadeus
#86 Full Metal Jacket
#89 Bicycle Thieves
#93 Up
#98 The Sting
#101 The Elephant Man
#104 Oldboy
#105 On the Waterfront
#109 Die Hard
#114 Jaws
#120 The General
#121 Heat
#125 Yojimbo
#128 Wild Strawberries
#130 The Sixth Sense
#131 District 9
#134 Donnie Darko
#136 Cool Hand Luke
#139 The Big Lebowski
#140 It Happened One Night
#151 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
#161 The Big Sleep
#162 Groundhog Day
#172 Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
#175 Ikiru
#176 Casino
#179 The Wages of Fear
#183 Diabolique
#185 Star Trek
#186 8 ½
#193 The Killing
#194 Good Will Hunting
#195 La Strada
#197 The 400 Blows
#200 A Streetcar Named Desire
#201 The Battle of Algiers
#204 The Exorcist
#205 Persona
#206 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
#208 The Passion of Joan of Arc
#212 Fanny and Alexander
#213 Let the Right One In
#215 Rocky
#218 Mary and Max
#219 Manhattan
#221 Barry Lyndon
#224 Rosemary's Baby
#227 Duck Soup
#229 His Girl Friday
#234 In the Mood for Love
#238 Harvey

There are quite a few on this list that I still need to see! Maybe I'll start going through this list in order? Next movie night: The Shining.

[Thanks for the tip KT!]

Thursday, December 30, 2010

MIdseason Preview: Mr. Sunshine

Here's the official plot synopsis from ABC:
Matthew Perry stars as Ben Donovan, the self-involved manager of a second-rate San Diego sports arena who begins to re-evaluate his life on his 40th birthday. Working alongside him is his boss and arena owner, Crystal—attractive, powerful and highly erratic; Alice—the cute, tomboyish marketing director and Ben's friend with benefits; Alonzo—a former basketball player, handsome and unbelievably happy; Ben's assistant, Heather—pretty, sweet, but terrifying because she once lit a boyfriend on fire; Crystal's son, Roman—sweet-faced, clueless and Ben's newest employee; and a hapless operations crew whom Ben refers to collectively as the "Steves."
I'm hoping that this show will end up better than Matthew Perry's last show, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. I'm also glad to see Allison Janney (The West Wing) and James Lesure (Las Vegas) back on TV!

Mr. Sunshine premieres on ABC Wednesday, February 9 at 9:30pm, after Modern Family. It's bumping Cougar Town off the schedule, but it will be back on April 13.

My Top 15 Movies of 2010

This list was tough to narrow down. There may be a few surprises and some that might have made the cut if I could have seen them, but I hope you enjoy. Here are my Top 15 Movies of 2010, descending order to build the suspense! For more, you can check out what my fellow Gordon and the Whale news writers included in their Top 10 lists.

While many films this year, like SHUTTER ISLAND, were called “Hitchcockian” this is the only one that truly lived up the term.

A sharp look into the failing public school system in NYC, it’s just so heartbreaking. While I haven’t seen WAITING FOR SUPERMAN, which made more money and had more buzz than this similarly themed doc, I hear this is a more even handed look at the system.

As most of my generation, I only know of Joan Rivers as the plastic surgery joke and red carpet staple. This was eye opening as to why she’s a star and what she’s done for the female comedy world.

If you followed my blog leading up to the release, you know how excited I was for this movie. It did not disappoint! Fun, action packed, and filled with violence it was just what I hoped it would be and more. Nicolas Cage finally got to play a superhero and he did his best Adam West/Batman impression for a pitch perfect performance that didn’t sound like it would work on paper. Chloe Moretz is going to be a star, her Hit Girl stood out above the rest and not just for the profanity that came out her 11 year old mouth.

This may be my favorite DreamWorks animated film yet. The animation was beautiful, plus Toothless was so adorable! A great coming of age story about believing in yourself and going your own way, filled with laughs. I saw it in 3D, and while it was a great experience, watching it on Blu-Ray was just as fun to watch. The animation is beautiful no matter what dimension you watch it in.

10. STEP UP 3D
This is honestly the best use of 3D I’ve seen since Avatar. Shot on the same type of cameras, it made the show stopping dance routines come alive. While the story and acting aren’t exactly high caliber, this was one of the most entertaining movies I watched this year.

It has layers and history that I am not at all familiar with, but I enjoyed it regardless. You can enjoy its simple, concise story with beautiful imagery and animation without knowing the Irish symbolism and history that this movie is steeped in. A mark of a good film is how long it stays with you, and I was researching celtic mythology and folklore long after viewing.

This tightly written, claustrophobic piece rests solely on Ryan Reynolds shoulders and he does a fantastic job. My heart was racing, I was laughing, I was crying – I was completely invested in this character’s plight in his small coffin. I wish this film had been distributed wider, I feel like it went completely under the radar.

Starkly original, it was a fantastic blend of a big idea and big budget. While some have knocked it for clunky exposition, I feel the unique idea needed that extra bit of explanation. Christopher Nolan has become a brand name director, with his previous critically acclaimed hits like MEMENTO, THE DARK KNIGHT, and INCEPTION just further solidified him as the director of the 21st century.

Disney movies will always have a special place in my heart, and this was the best non-Pixar Disney film in years. Last year’s THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG was a return to form, but this was them at the top of their game since the golden age of the early 90s. Lovable characters on a quest filled with heart, laugher, and good songs. It brought me right back to my childhood.

It was a strong year for documentaries, but it was easy for me to pick which one would land on this list. As a fan of Banksy’s street art, I’d been looking forward to this for a while and it did not disappoint. It gave us a look into the fascinating world of street art and then flipped in the middle to focus on a different beast entirely. Thoroughly entertaining, I recommend everyone add this to their Netflix Instant Queues now if you haven’t seen it.

As the most recently seen film on my list, I’m still trying to properly put my feelings on it into words. An entirely visceral film, it had my heart racing while I was tensed in my seat. Blending high art like ballet with the more low brow genre of horror/suspense makes for an art house flick that should make some big money.

It's sharp writing, giving us an excellent look at Facebook and the internet start up age, with fascinating characters and top notch acting from Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, and Justin Timberlake move this to near the top of my list. It’s currently sweeping all the critics awards leading up the Oscars, deservedly so, and I hope it can keep it up throughout the award season.

I've loved these characters for 10 years and to see them in a new adventure - with suspense, laughs, and heart - was amazing. Further proving that animation isn’t only for children, Pixar may just have crafted their masterpiece with this one. Could this be the year an animated feature takes home Best Picture at the Oscars?

I loved this movie the first time I saw it, and my love has only grown with every repeat viewing. Edgar Wright seamlessly blends film and video game tropes to create a thoroughly modern romantic comedy. Michael Cera has experienced some backlash recently, but this seems like the role he was born to play. I have no doubt that this will just become more popular on Blu-Ray/DVD, because there’s no where to go but up from its disappointing box office performance.

This list isn’t quite complete since I didn’t get a chance to see THE KING’S SPEECH, THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT, I LOVE YOU, PHILIP MORRIS and BLUE VALENTINE.

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

DJ Earworm's Pop Music of 2010 Mix

To download the mp3, just visit DJ Earworm's website here.

The Mashup includes the Top 25 Hits of 2010, according to Billboard Magazine.

Here's the complete track listing:

Ke$ha - Tik Tok
Lady Antebellum - Need You Now
Train - Hey, Soul Sister
Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg - California Gurls
Usher Featuring - OMG
B.O.B. Featuring Hayley Williams - Airplanes
Eminem Featuring Rihanna - Love the Way You Lie
Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
Taio Cruz - Dynamite
Taio Cruz Featuring Ludacris - Break Your Heart
B.O.B. Featuring Bruno Mars - Nothin' On You
Enrique Iglesias Featuring Pitbull - I Like It
Young Money Featuring Lloyd - Bedrock
Jason Derulo - In My Head
Rihanna - Rude Boy
Lady Gaga Featuring Beyonce - Telephone
Katy Perry - Teenage Dream
Bruno Mars - Just the Way You Are
Mike Posner - Cooler Than Me
The Black Eyed Peas - Imma Be
Jay-Z + Alicia Keys - Empire State of Mind
Usher Featuring Pitbull - DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love
Travie McCoy Featuring Bruno Mars - Billionaire
Eminem - Not Afraid
Iyaz - Replay

For more DJ Earworm, find him on Facebook, Twitter, or his official website.

Midseason Preview: The Killing

AMC likely has another critical hit on their hands. Here's more information on the show, from the official website:

AMC has begun production on the network’s next original series, The Killing. From writer, executive producer and series showrunner Veena Sud (Cold Case)The Killing is based on the wildly successful Danish television series Forbrydelsen and tells the story of the murder of a young girl in Seattle and the subsequent police investigation. Season one will consist of thirteen one-hour episodes and is slated to premiere in March 2011.
"The Killing marks the first foray into a crime mystery genre for AMC. We were drawn to the project immediately after viewing the original format. Veena's adaptation has everything we loved about the original and more -- it is compelling and addictive storytelling,” said Susie Fitzgerald, AMC’s SVP of scripted development and current programming. “We could also not be more impressed with the level of talent that we have working on it from our amazing cast and crew to our dedicated partners at FTVS and Fuse."

Mad Men and The Walking Dead are a couple of my favorite shows, and along with Breaking Bad are among the best shows on television. I have high hopes this will be joining their ranks come March.

Will you be tuning in?

The Beauty of Pixar

The Beauty of Pixar from Leandro Copperfield on Vimeo.


Tuesday, December 28, 2010

First Look: Falling Skies

This looks very promising! Debuting in June on TNT, Falling Skies is Steven Spielberg's latest foray into sci fi television. As a fan of his previous work on Taken and Amazing Stories, I will definitely be checking this out.

Could this be what V promised to be but never lived up to? Following Earth after an alien invasion that turns violent, they even share the same tagline, "Join the Resistance."

I know I'll be watching, will you?

[TV Squad]

Grease Dilemma

One of my favorite songs from the film Grease gets the College Humor treatment.

Monday, December 27, 2010

Music Monday: Marry You by Bruno Mars

I was going to post another song, but then I figured this was appropriate given my recent life development. :)

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Don Draper: Undone

In this two minute trailer, Mad Men is recut to show a Don Draper/Pete Campbell feud that is causing Don to unravel. Using some Inception style shots and music, it's really well done. Check it out:

[The Wrap]

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Jed Whedon wishes you a Merry Christmas

I'm a huge fan of the Joss Whedon crew, especially Jed Whedon and his wife Mo Tancharoen. You probably don't recognize their names, but if you've seen Dr. Horrible's Sing a Long Blog then you've loved their work. That was their first major writing project and have since done some amazing work on Dollhouse. With Dollhouse over, I can't wait to see what their next project is. Maybe they've moved with Joss to the Marvel Universe?

Now that you know who they are, watch their holiday greeting. Merry Christmas everyone!

Merry Christmas with Zombies!

Merry Christmas to my readers who celebrate! I'm spending the day with family and my new fiance (!! getting used to saying that :)), eating way too much and swapping presents. I hope you all have a great day, whether you're celebrating or not.

In honor of the holiday, enjoy this mash up of Home Alone and I Am Legend:


Friday, December 24, 2010

A Look Back at 2010

The year is almost over and everybody is doing Top 10 lists or looking back through the year. Since my blog actually existed throughout the whole year, here's a look at some of the best and most popular posts of 2010!

As a huge dance fan, the first half of the year was dominated by America's Best Dance Crew and So You Think You Can Dance posts and reviews. Some of the most popular posts were videos of my favorite routines.
The Top 5 SYTYCD posts are:
1. If I Were a Boy by Lauren and Dominic
2. Collide
3. A short playlist I drew up from Season 6 continued to be popular in the new year
4. Fix You
5. Mad World

The Top 5 ABDC posts are:
1. ABDC: Illusion Challenge
2. ABDC: Season 5 Finale
3. ABDC: Champions for Charity
4. ABDC: South Regional Crews
5. ABDC: Hip Hop Nation and Last Chance Challenge

And of course, my most popular blog post is the write up I did about the Jabbawockeez Vegas show, winners of the first season and the biggest success to come out of ABDC. They're still in Vegas over half a year later and if you can, go watch it!

While a lot of my most popular posts are about those two dance shows, I also posted a lot about movies and TV.
Here are the Top 8 Movie/TV posts:
1. Dreamworks Face 
2. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World Soundtrack
3. Jimmy Fallon's Gummi Bear Song 
4. Antoine Dodson at Hogwarts
5. I'm cheating on this one, but San Diego Comic Con posts were really popular and a whole lot of fun!
6. While the post is from last year, the Harry Potter vs. Twilight debate rages on.
7. Chuck is still one of my favorite shows, here are 10 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching
8. We take for granted just how much work goes into television. This video revealing just how much is green screen shows that a simple shot of people walking outside is more than meets the eye.

This year I also started a one off blog for the month long road trip I took with my boyfriend (now fiancĂ©!!!), started a tumblr or two, wrote for a few awesome websites, and overall just continued to be addicted to the internet.

Here's to a fantastic 2010 and an even more promising 2011! 

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

My Birthday Wish: Donate to The Children's Heart Foundation

I normally don't post about my personal life here, but it's my birthday on December 23rd and I have a birthday wish from my readers. Please donate to The Children's Heart Foundation.

I was born with a pretty serious heart murmur, which lead to me having open heart surgery as a child. It's through organizations like The Children's Heart Foundation that I'm able to lead a normal life today and be as physically active and healthy as any other soon-to-be-24-year-old.

I know the economy isn't great (recovering supposedly, but still not great), so asking for donations around the holidays is hard. But it would mean so much to me if you would donate in honor of my birthday, or for Christmas.

Feeling generous this holiday season? Donate to The Children's Heart Foundation!

Merry Christmas and Happy Hannukah!

New Christmas Jam: Chimney Intruder by Antoine Dodson

You gotta give this guy credit for taking his 15 minutes of internet fame and actually making money off while keeping it fun.

2010 Fall TV Wrap Up

This season of TV flew by! When I started the season, I had too many shows to keep up with. Luckily (but really unforetunately) my viewing habits thinned out due to waning quality and cancellations. Let's see how my 2010 Fall TV schedule shaked out in the end.

Dancing With the Stars - While I wasn't a fan of the show going in, there were definitely some entertaining moments and I was rooting for Jennifer Grey early on. While I'm glad Bristol didn't win, it certainly kept things interesting to have her around. I enjoyed the season, but I don't think I'll be tuning in again unless I'm assigned it for Reality Wanted next season. I'll stick to So You Think You Can Dance and America's Best Dance Crew for talented and fantastic dance.
Chuck - While this definitely hasn't been the strongest season (veering too close to territory that Alias did much better), it's still one of my favorite shows on air. Each episode does a great job of balancing the comedy, the spy work, and the new relationship between Chuck and Sarah. While every season has felt like it could be their last, this season it's actually the anchor on their Monday night schedule. With NBC, you never know if it'll order more episodes or just cancel it at the end. Here's to hoping this show comes back for a 5th season!
How I Met Your Mother - I feel like this show needs to do what LOST did: pick an end date and plot out everything according to that timeline. I WANT TO MEET THE MOTHER ALREADY! There have been a few solid episodes (Blitzgiving, Subway Wars), which is more than I can say about last season.

Glee - What can I say? This is the most erratic, inconsistent show and yet I can't give it up. Once every episode or two there will be a scene, a moment, or a musical number that pulls me back in.

Modern Family - Last season, this show broke out to become my favorite show on TV. Consistently hilarious, rooted in character moments that have a heart at its core, this is a great family comedy. While this season has been solid, so far no single episodes have stuck out to me as much as last season (Fizbo, Run for your Wife).
Cougar Town - While Modern Family is in the shadow of it's excellent freshman season, Cougar Town has been improving week in and week out to the point where some weeks I find this show to be funnier and sharper than its lead in. Maybe my favorite half hour of television this season was the Cougar Town episode, Fooled Again: I Don't Like It, where Andy turns out to be Kaiser Sozy.
South Park - This show mainly stays on my list because my boyfriend is such a big fan, but I do find it funny and enjoy watching. This season's best contribution was the Snooki monster in It's a Jersey Thing. Truly a horrifying image.
Psych - While some grow tired of this show, I just loved this season the most. If you love this show, it rests solely on how much you enjoy Dule Hill and James Roday, and I can't get enough of their schtick. This season also finally brought Jules and Sean together and had the great Dual Spires episode. As a Twin Peaks fan, it was a fantastic hour of television. And even if you never saw Twin Peaks (like my boyfriend KT), you still enjoyed it.

The Vampire Diaries - If you follow my blog, which I'm assuming you do since you're reading this, you already know how much I love this show. Never a dull moment, let alone a dull episode, this show keeps you guessing! The breakneck pace, the love triangles, and the growing mythology are all brought together to create this fantastic show that not enough people even give a chance. Just because it's vampires doesn't mean it's Twilight.
Nikita - A pleasant surprise this season, this is quickly becoming a new favorite. Definitely my favorite of the new series this fall, Nikita takes a story that has been told time and time again and still makes it interesting. I love Maggie Q and can't wait to see where it goes during the second half of its season.
The Big Bang Theory - While this season hasn't been great, it's still an entertaining half hour. With Amy becoming a regular character though, her quirky personality, and therefore the show,  could begin to grate really soon.
Bones - This season got off to a shaky start with the introduction of Hannah. I thought for sure that Booth and Brennan would finally, FINALLY, get together. But with a new roadblock, I was a little annoyed. However, I've grown to like Hannah as a character who's worthy of Booth. Plus, the fall finale The Doctor in the Photo was one of the best episodes of the series. Here's hoping this is the beginning of an upswing for the season!

Mad Men - This season was an exquisite look at the beautiful disaster that became of Don Draper after his split with Betty. He was trying to figure out who he was and who he wanted to be. For a show that some people say "nothing happens" so much happened this season between Don, Peggy, Sally, and Joan. Not to mention the business as they grew as a startup and then faced the challenge of losing their biggest client. I can't wait to see where things are when we go back to the 60s next summer.
The Walking Dead - The biggest hit for AMC didn't involve drugs or drinking, just people trying to survive. While this has been compared to LOST, I don't see that as a bad thing at all. I want to care about characters! I want their struggle to become personal. If it didn't, this show would be just like FlashForward or The Event, aka boring and a flop. It'll be interesting to see what the show looks like when it returns Halloween 2011. We'll have to see how the whole writers' room situation shakes out.

These are all the shows that I either stopped watching or that were cancelled this season. Either way, they didn't make the cut and I won't be tuning in again. Well, most likely. Never say never in the world of TV!
Running Wilde - Cancelled, but all around just not funny. Definitely didn't live up to the expecations that were set for a show by Mitch Hurwitz and starring Will Arnett.
America's Next Top Model - This season was just so boring compared to previous ones. I guess the girls were too nice? It also felt pretty obvious who was going to win from like the 3rd week, so where's the fun in watching a competition show when there's no real competition? 
No Ordinary Family - I was so excited for this show, but it just couldn't hold my interest. The first 3 episodes all felt the same and they didn't find the right balance between the super powers and the responsibility that goes with that, and the family dynamic. I hear it hit a better stride in the latest 3 episodes, so maybe I'll give it another shot. 
Sh%t My Dad Says - Just not funny, despite my love for The Shat and my appreciation for the twitter feed it was based on. 
Family Guy - Last season was so bad, I have just given up on this show. 
Caprica - I loved it before it went on hiatus, but after it's return they decided to focus more on the religious aspect. I preferred the AI and New Caprica angles, so my interest waned. Shortly after, it was cancelled. I'll definitely be giving the other BSG off shoot a shot once that airs, though. I'm not done with this universe. 
Undercovers - Who would have thought that a spy show by JJ Abrahms would be so boring? I loved the idea and really wanted it to succeed, but the characters were lacking and the missions just didn't convey the urgency or excitement as they should. Something wasn't clicking so I dropped it and it was cancelled. 

Whew! That's all my thoughts on the 2010 Fall season! I'm excited to see what goes down in the 2011 Spring season! What shows have you been watching? Let me know your Fall TV thoughts in the comments!

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

We Need A Little Christmas by Daffy Duck

Time for some Christmas cheer! We're only 4 days away, which means only 3 days of shopping left. Good luck you procrastinators :)

Complete list of Midseason TV debuts and returns

Everything is on hiatus thanks to the holidays and family time, but soon TV will be back in action! Here's a complete list of all the premieres and returns for midseason TV. 

What new midseason show are you most looking forward to? I was looking forward to The Cape, but it's been getting some pretty terrible reviews from critics. Maybe my genre loving heart will belong to Syfy's Being Human

Sat., Jan. 1
Primeval (BBC America), 9 p.m. 

Sun., Jan. 2
Brothers & Sisters (ABC), 10 p.m. 
Desperate Housewives (ABC), 9 p.m. 

Mon., Jan. 3
The Bachelor (ABC), 8 p.m. 
Castle (ABC), 10 p.m. 
Greek (ABC Family), 9 p.m. 
Hawaii Five-0 (CBS), 10 p.m. 
How I Met Your Mother (CBS), 8 p.m. 
Mike & Molly (CBS), 9:30 p.m. 
Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family), 8 p.m. 
Rules of Engagement (CBS), 8:30 p.m. 
Two and a Half Men (CBS), 9 p.m.

Tue., Jan. 4
The Biggest Loser: Couples (NBC), 8 p.m. 
Detroit 1-8-7 (ABC), 10 p.m. 
Parenthood (NBC), 10 p.m. 
Southland (TNT), 10 p.m. V (ABC), 9 p.m.

Wed., Jan. 5
Better With You (ABC), 8:30 p.m. 
Cougar Town (ABC), 9:30 p.m. 
Friday Night Lights (DirecTV 101), 9 p.m. 
Human Target (Fox), 8 p.m. 
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC), 9 p.m. 
The Middle (ABC), 8 p.m. 
Modern Family (ABC), 9 p.m.

Thur., Jan. 6
$#*! My Dad Says (CBS), 8:30 p.m. 
The Big Bang Theory (CBS), 8 p.m. 
CSI (CBS), 9 p.m. 
Grey's Anatomy (ABC), 9 p.m. 
The Mentalist (CBS), 10 p.m. 
Private Practice (ABC), 10 p.m. 
Wipeout (ABC), 8 p.m.

Fri., Jan. 7
Blue Bloods
 (CBS), 10 p.m. 

CSI: NY (CBS), 9 p.m.
(CBS), 8 p.m. 

Merlin (Syfy), 10 p.m.

Sun., Jan. 9
Bob's Burgers (Fox), 8:30 p.m. 
Californication (Showtime), 9:30 p.m. 
The Cape (NBC), 9 p.m. 
The Cleveland Show (Fox), 8:30 p.m. 
Episodes (Showtime), 9 p.m. 
Family Guy (Fox), 9 p.m. 
Shameless (Showtime), 10 p.m. 
The Simpsons (Fox), 8 p.m.

Mon., Jan. 10
Lie To Me (Fox), 9 p.m.

Tue., Jan. 11
The Good Wife (CBS), 10 p.m.
Lights Out (FX), 10 p.m. 

NCIS (CBS), 8 p.m. 
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS), 9 p.m. 
Teen Mom 2 (MTV), 10 p.m. 

Wed., Jan. 12
Chase (NBC), 9 p.m. 
Criminal Minds (CBS), 9 p.m. 
Off the Map (ABC), 10 p.m.

Sun., Jan. 16
Big Love (HBO), 9 p.m.

Mon., Jan. 17
Being Human (Syfy), 9 p.m. 
Chuck (NBC), 8 p.m. 
Harry's Law (NBC), 10 p.m. 
House (Fox), 8 p.m. 
Skins (MTV), 10 p.m.

Tue., Jan. 18
Life Unexpected (CW), 8 p.m. (series finale) 
White Collar (USA), 10 p.m.

Wed., Jan. 19
American Idol (Fox), 8 p.m.
Paula Abdul's Live to Dance (CBS), 8 p.m. 

Thur., Jan. 20
30 Rock (NBC), 8:30 p.m. 
Bones (Fox), 8 p.m. 
Community (NBC), 8 p.m. 
Fairly Legal (USA), 10 p.m. 
The Office (NBC), 9 p.m. 
Outsourced (NBC), 10:30 p.m. 
Parks & Recreation (NBC), 9:30 p.m. 
Perfect Couples (NBC), 10 p.m. 
Royal Pains (USA), 9 p.m.

Fri., Jan. 21
Fringe (Fox), 9 p.m. 
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (Starz), 10 p.m.

Sun., Jan. 23
Kourtney and Kim Take New York (E!), 10 p.m.

Mon., Jan. 24
90210 (CW), 8 p.m.
Gossip Girl (CW), 9 p.m.

Tue., Jan. 25
Hellcats (CW), 9 p.m. 
One Tree Hill (CW), 8 p.m.

Thur., Jan. 27
Archer (FX), 10 p.m. 
Nikita (CW), 9 p.m. 
The Vampire Diaries (CW), 8 p.m.

Fri., Jan. 28
Smallville (CW), 8 p.m. 
Supernatural (CW), 9 p.m.

Sun., Feb. 6
Glee (Fox), following the Super Bowl 

Mon., Feb. 7
The Chicago Code (Fox), 10 p.m.

Tue., Feb. 8
Law & Order: Los Angeles (NBC), 10 p.m. 

Raising Hope (Fox), 9 p.m.

Wed., Feb. 9
Justified (FX), 10 p.m.
Mr. Sunshine (ABC), 9:30 p.m.

Wed., Feb. 23
America's Next Top Model (CW), 8 p.m. 
Shedding for the Wedding (CW), 9 p.m.

Mon., Feb. 28
The Event (NBC), 9 p.m.

Sunday, March 6
Celebrity Apprentice (NBC), 9 p.m.

Wed., March 16
America's Next Great Restaurant (NBC), 9 p.m. 
The Marriage Ref (NBC), 10 p.m.

Tue., March 29
Body of Proof (ABC), 10 p.m.

Wed., April 6
Breaking In (Fox), 9 p.m.

Wed., April 13
Happy Endings (ABC), 10 p.m.

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