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TV Week Spokesman-Review NOVEMBER 9 - NOVEMBER 15,2014 Page 5 The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon (Oct 30,2014) Apple CEO Tim Cook officially came out as gay.But knowing Apple,a new Tim Cook will probably come out next week. Yeah,Apple CEO Tim Cook came out as gay. Then the CEO of Samsung came out as being even gayer.Those guys are always competing. Halloween is tomorrow.A group of wine experts has actually come up with a list of the best wines to pair with Halloween candy.They say,“White wine goes great with Skittles,red wine goes great with Twix,and ...we’re alcoholics,aren’t we?” Late Show with David Letterman (Oct 30,2014) Did you watch that World Series Game 7? Normally the winning team sprays each other with champagne.But because of recent disease and medical scares,last night the San Francisco Giants slathered each other with Purell. The San Francisco Giants had a celebration after they defeated the Kansas City Royals last night in Kansas City.After that, they had another tribute to Derek Jeter. If you get a doughnut and a croissant together,it’s called a cronut.The Hello Deli next door has its own hybrid called the Eboli.It’s half Ebola,half E.coli. The CEO of Apple,Tim Cook,announced he is gay.Rival Samsung responded by saying their CEO is 50 percent more gay. Jimmy Kimmel Live! (Oct 30,2014) Congratulations to the San Francisco Giants! Last night the Giants beat the Kansas City Royals in Game 7 to win the World Series.Finally,an excuse for the city of San Francisco to have a parade. Ebola is still in the news.Today Kaci Hickox,the nurse who was kept in an isolation tent in New Jersey earlier this week,defied a quarantine order and went for a bike ride with her boyfriend.So it’s official: There is NOTHING that will get you out of a bike ride with your girlfriend. Kellogg’s has reported a 31 percent drop in profits this quarter after sales of breakfast foods and snacks fell in the U.S.When asked how he’s doing,Tony the Tiger replied,“Not great.” late nite laughs 1. She stars as Nurse Jackson on the FOX series “Red Band Society”? (A.) Katey Sagal (B.) Christina Applegate (C.) Octavia Spencer (D.) Amanda Bearse. 2. This network debuted on October 9,1986? (A.) ABC (B.) CBS (C.) NBC (D.) FOX. 3. The first program to air ever on FOX was “The Late Show”with this host? (A.) Joan Rivers (B.) Jay Leno (C.) Conan O’Brien (D.) Arsenio Hall. 4. How many seasons did “Married...with Children”run? (A.) 10 (B.) 11 (C.) 12 (D.) 15. 5. This FOX show is based on characters appearing in and published by DC Comics Batman franchise? (A.) Sleepy Hollow (B.) Gracepoint (C.) Almost Human (D.) Gotham. 6. Hugh Laurie is the main star on this series? (A.) 24 (B.) House (C.) Dads (D.) Raising Hope. 7. This show features unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena? (A.) Fringe (B.) The X-Files (C.) Hotel Hell (D.) Wayward Pines. 1.Octavia Spencer. 2.FOX. 3.Joan Rivers. 4.11-seasons,259- episodes. 5.Gotham. 6.House. 7.The X-Files. ANSWERS tv trivia © PMC™ Features newswire services ‘Doctor Who’Gets Supersized Finale - The BBC has rolled out plans for a special extended episode for the finale of the current “Doctor Who”season,according to The Hollywood Re- porter.The finale will have a running time of 60 minutes, and will air Nov.8 in the U.K., the story says.The title of the episode is “Death in Heaven,” and it’s written by showrunner Steven Moffat.The finale will also air on Nov.8 in the U.S.,according to BBC America.The finale will mark the end of Peter Capaldi’s first season portraying the iconic time traveler. AMC Pulls the Plug on Two Original Projects - AMC has opted not to go forward with two original drama projects that have been in the pipeline at the cable channel.The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the channel is taking a pass on the pilots “Knifeman”and “Galyntine.” In a statement,a spokesman for AMC said:“We have enormous admiration and appreciation for everyone associated with these projects.We are grateful to have ongoing relationships with several of these talented creators and look forward to working together again.” Both projects were owned and produced by AMC,the report notes. FX Developing Science-Fiction Comedy - A science-fiction comedy is in development at reports that the new project is being developed by Dan Hernandez and Benji Samit of ABC’s “Super Fun Night.”The pair are working with Michael Showalter,who also worked on “Super Fun Night,”on the project,called “Daedalus 6.” The story doesn’t provide details about the comedy’s focus or characters.Hernandez and Samit are currently working on a remake of “Gilligan’s Island”from Warner Bros.,with the movie starring Josh Gad. Daytime Talk Show Gets a Second Season - Less than two months after its debut,a syndicated daytime talk show has been picked up for a second season.The Los Angeles Times’Show Tracker reports that NBCUniversal Television Distribution’s “The Meredith Vieira Show” was renewed.The series currently airs in 98% of the country,including NBC-owned television stations,the story notes.Variety notes that the show most recently delivered a 0.7 average rating for the week ending Oct. 19 in the key demo of women 25-54.“Warner Bros.’new roundtable show ‘The Real’has narrowly outpaced ‘Meredith Vieira’ among freshman talk show strips for the season to date,”the report adds. ‘The Colbert Report’Slates Final Airdate - Stephen Colbert,who is taking over the reins of CBS’s “Late Show”from David Letterman,has scheduled his last airing of Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report,” according to TheWrap.The show’s last episode will air Thursday,Dec.18.Before that final installment was announced,the show had been showing what TheWrap calls “a sporadic countdown during opening credits,”but it was- n’t entirely clear when the show had been slated to sign off.“Colbert will retire his fictional ‘Colbert Report’persona as well, hosting ‘Late Show’as himself,”the report notes. tv buzz © PMC™ Features newswire services X-Men:Days of Future Past (2014) Hugh Jackman,Jennifer Lawrence.Directed By:Matthew Vaughn,Bryan Singer (PG-13) (Widescreen) (Blu-ray) Captain America:The Winter Soldier (2014) Chris Evans,Scarlett Johansson.Directed By:Anthony Russo,Joe Russo (PG-13) (Widescreen) (Blu-ray) Transformers:Age of Extinction (2014) Mark Wahlberg,Nicola Peltz. Directed By:Michael Bay,Ben Procter (PG-13) (Widescreen) (Blu-ray) Godzilla (2014) Aaron Paul,Imogen Poots.Directed By:Scott Waugh (PG-13) (Widescreen) (Blu-ray) Live Die Repeat:Edge of Tomorrow (2014) Tom Cruise,Emily Blunt.Directed By:Doug Liman ,Julianne Jordan (PG- 13)(Widescreen) (Blu-ray) Neighbors (2014) Seth Rogen,Rose Byrne.Directed By:Nicholas Stoller ®(Widescreen) (Blu-ray) The Fault In Our Stars (2014) Shailene Woodley,Willem Dafoe. Directed By:Josh Boone (PG-13) (Widescreen) (Blu-ray) Mr.Peabody & Sherman (2014) Laurie Fraser,Guillaume Are- tos.Directed By:Timothy J.Lamb,Rob Minkoff (PG) (Widescreen) (Blu-ray) The Purge:Anarchy (2014) Frank Grillo,Kiele Sanchez.Direct- ed By:James DeMonaco ® (Widescreen) (Blu-ray) A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) Amanda Seyfried, Charlize Theron.Directed By:Seth MacFarlane ®(Widescreen) (Blu-ray) dvdvideo toprentals © PMC™ Features newswire services

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