Week in Sloth
The Week in Sloth
American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards (Hallmark 6 p.m.) Who’s a good dog? You are! You are!
“Bada Bling Brides” (TLC 8 p.m.) Well, they’ve stereotyped gypsy brides, why not Italian brides?
Teenage Bank Heist (Lifetime Movie Network 6 p.m.) Sounds like a Roger Corman film from the ’50s. Since it’s on Lifetime, though, it won’t be nearly as much fun.
The Christmas Consultant (Lifetime 6 p.m.) This is your first official warning, Lifetime: No matter how many you show, you only get one Christmas-themed, made-for-TV movie listing per week out of this Week in Sloth. I’m including this one because it stars David Hasselhoff.
The Wishing Tree (Hallmark 6 p.m.) Same goes for you, Hallmark. I’m including this one because Jason Gedrick plays a character called Professor Farnsworth. Somebody’s a “Futurama” fan.
“Chris Hardwicke: Mandroid” (Comedy Central 12 a.m.) Speaking of “Futurama” fans. TV’s funniest nerd discusses Captain Picard, Comic-Con and the Atari 2600. Some of us laugh knowingly.
“Finding Bigfoot: Untold Stories” (Animal Planet 7 p.m.) I wonder if one of the untold stories in this one-hour special is, “We found Bigfoot.”
“Breaking Magic” (Discovery 8 p.m.) If we can have “Breaking Bad” and “Breaking Amish,” why can’t we have “Breaking Magic”? I have no idea what any of it means, but it sure sounds cool.
“Building Alaska” (DIY 8 p.m.) Oh, DIY, you blew it. Should have been “Breaking Alaska.”
“Firefly 10th Anniversary: Browncoats Unite” (Science 8 p.m.) Captain Mal and the crew reunite to discuss Joss Whedon’s cult sci-fi series, which has found a new home (in reruns anyway) on Science Channel.
“Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s The Ghosts of Christmas Eve” (Hallmark 5 p.m.) Jewel and Michael Crawford help the new age symphony perform some Christmas tunes.
“Oliver Stone’s Untold History of the United States” (Showtime 6 p.m.) Filmmaker Oliver Stone (Platoon, JFK) looks back at the controversial, underreported and occasionally top secret events that shaped our country.
“Adventure Time” (Cartoon Network 8:30 p.m.) Cartoon Network thankfully races into season 5 after last month’s mind-bending, “Lost”-worthy, season 4 cliffhanger.
“I Love the 1880s” (History 9:00 p.m.) History Channel puts an educational spin on VH1’s nostalgic series.
“Catfish: The TV Show” (MTV 12 a.m.) The controversial, exploitative (and possibly fake) documentary by Nev Schulman and Max Joseph gets a weekly, docu-reality spinoff. Like the film, it chronicles people who have formed online relationships but have never met in person.
“Mankind: The Story of All of Us” (History 7 p.m.) Could you be a little more broad, History Channel?
“Eddie Murphy: One Night Only” (Spike TV 8 p.m.) Chris Rock, Adam Sandler, Samuel L. Jackson, Martin Lawrence, Stevie Wonder, Russell Brand and Jamie Foxx remember when Eddie Murphy was funny.
Third Annual Jewish Film Festival at Jewish Community Center
The Midnight Orchestra, the story of the son of a once famous Jewish musician, Marcel Botbol. Directed by Jérôme Cohen Olivar.
Chaos on the Bridge: William Shatner Looks At Star Trek: The Next Generation at Jean Cocteau Cinema
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