In “Four Holiday Tech Mistakes to Avoid,” radio host and USA Today contributor Kim Komando offers a few timely reminders to minimize tech-related stress. The number one no-no? Using unsecured Wi-Fi.
The two-night miniseries “Bonnie & Clyde” will bow simultaneously on Lifetime, A&E and History, Sunday and Monday at 8 p.m. CT.
The new onscreen incarnation of the real-life Bonnie Parker-Clyde Barrow romantic crime spree legend stars Holliday Grainger and Emile Hirsch.
While the pair has not yet achieved household name status, TV and film buffs may recognize them from their extensive filmographies, which include Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia on Showtime’s “The Borgias,” and Hirsch in a multi-award winning performance as Christopher “Alexander Super-Tramp” McCandless in 2007’s “Into the Wild.”
Better known cast members include Holly Hunter and William Hurt, who play Bonnie’s mother and retired Texas Ranger Frank Hamer.
Read a review of “Bonnie & Clyde” from Variety’s Brian Lowry.
NBC is going out on a two huge limbs tonight by remaking the beloved classic “The Sound of Music” and doing so live. “The Sound of Music Live,” starring Carrie Underwood as Maria, airs at 7 p.m. CT.
Like the 1965 Julie Andrews movie, the revamp is based on the original Broadway musical by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein.
ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas kicked off Sunday and includes original and classic holiday programming every evening through Dec. 25. Tonight’s line-up includes four longtime standards.
At 5 p.m. CT, Bill Murray stars as a cynical TV executive who is visited on Christmas Eve by otherworldly beings in the 1988 film “Scrooged.”
Chevy Chase stars as the lovable Clark Griswold in 1989’s “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” which follows at 7 p.m.
Next, at 9 p.m., Matthew Broderick and Danny DeVito star as neighbors bickering over one’s obsession with Christmas lights in 2006’s “Deck the Halls.”
Late-nighters can catch America’s favorite blended family in “A Very Brady Christmas” (1988) at 11 p.m.
ABC Family is available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service