On “Rush,” a renegade physician privately caters to the elite of Los Angeles for a hefty price tag. Tonight’s show starts at 8 p.m. CT.
Provocative drama “Satisfaction” explores modern marriage through the lens of one couple. The series delves into their shocking and unconventional choices, asking the question, “What do you do when having it all is not enough?” The show begins at 9 p.m. CT.
“Married” is a comedy about being miserably in love. One couple navigates their life of kids and debt in suburbia, hoping to rekindle their once-fiery romance. It airs at 9 p.m. CT.
Original series “You’re the Worst” puts a dark twist on the romantic comedy genre. When a self-destructive narcissist and a cynical people-pleaser meet at a wedding, they begin to fall for one another, despite their best judgment. Showtime is 9:30 p.m. CT.
Among the participating cable networks are USA, History Channel, AMC, A&E, TLC, FX, Animal Planet, Food Network, TNT, TBS, TV Land, HGTV, MTV, Nickelodeon and Spike TV. They are available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.
For those who can’t get enough play-by-play election night coverage, cable has it covered on C-SPAN, CNBC, CNN and FOX News. For a little break in the political action, here are a few new episodes of original cable programming available tonight:
On FX’s “Sons of Anarchy,” Jax continues running into obstacles, but is getting closer to the truth.
On MTV’s new series “Underemployed,” Lou and Reviva have money disagreements, and Sophia’s parents visit.
On USA’s “Covert Affairs,” Annie and Eyal go after an asset who has disappeared from protective custody.
NBCU announced yesterday that its networks – NBC, Bravo, CNBC, E!, G4, MSNBC, Style, Syfy and USA – will join forces to air “Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together,” a one-hour live telethon tonight. Proceeds will aid American Red Cross efforts to assist those affected by Hurricane Sandy. HBO and The Weather Channel also have signed on to broadcast the telethon.
Matt Lauer will host the show, which begins at 7 p.m. CT. Scheduled performers include Christina Aguilera, Mary J. Blige, Jon Bon Jovi, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen and Sting. Also scheduled to appear are Kevin Bacon, Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey, James Gandolfini, Al Roker, Jon Stewart and Brian Williams.
Donations can be made on the Red Cross website or by phone at 1-800-RED-CROSS. To make a $10 donation, text the word REDCROSS to 90999.
There are plenty of reasons to watch TV this summer, writes The Wrap’s Kimberly Potts. Among the 56 shows that she details are TNT’s new “Dallas” series, the return of AMC drama “Breaking Bad,” the third season of A&E’s “Storage Wars,” and ABC Family’s new original drama series “Bunheads.” She also recommends summer fare from MTV (“MTV Movie Awards”), The Weather Channel (“Hurricane Hunters”), TLC (“Craft Wars”), FX (“Anger Management”), USA (“Suits”) and Discovery Channel (“Shark Week”).
The networks mentioned above are available to all or virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.
Though most Americans will be watching Sunday’s Super Bowl extravaganza, there are many others who just don’t care about it. For them, there are plenty of viewing alternatives, as detailed by The Hollywood Reporter. They range from Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl to TBS’s lineup of six “movies women want.”
Among others counter-programming are MTV, TNT, USA, A&E, Lifetime Television, TLC and Discovery Channel. They are available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.
TNT, USA, FX and AMC are generally available to Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.