Hopefully, your TiVo® DVR is ready for this week’s TV show lineup! There’s a ton to watch and record this week including some season premieres. TV Land is proud to announce the Season 3 Premiere of Hot in Cleveland! Find out if Elka gets married and if Will Joy and Victoria get a divorce. If that’s not enough TV Land is also excited to introduce a new show to its lineup, The Exes! It’s a sitcom about three divorced men sharing an apartment that happens to be across from their divorce attorney. The irony continues as the guys begin to realize that the issues they have with each other are the same ones they had with their ex-wives. Both shows premiere on Wednesday, November 30th, 2011. For more information on these and other TV Land offerings visit tvland.com. Looking for even more great shows to catch this week? Check out the suggestions below…
Cake Boss: Next Great Baker: In this competitive series, which starts a new season tonight, 13 top bakers — make that “cake artists” — vie under the watchful eye of Cake Boss Buddy Valastro for the opportunity to work alongside him at the now-famous Carlo’s Bakery in New Jersey. The winner also gets a spread in Brides magazine and a $100,000 cash prize.
America’s Supernanny: Jo Frost has left the building, but parents on this side of the pond can now call on a new Supernanny, Deborah Tillman. In each episode, she works with a family being terrorized by unruly children and shows the parents how to set limits and restore harmony.
I Hate My Teenage Daughter: Annie and Nikki (Jaime Pressly, Katie Finneran) are best friends and single moms of two spoiled teenage girls (Kristi Lauren, Aisha Dee) in this new sitcom. Annie and Nikki were both outcasts in high school, and neither one knows how to relate to or rein in her popular, manipulative daughter. In the series premiere, when the girls play a cruel joke on a classmate, the moms realize it’s time to crack the whip.
CMA Country Christmas: Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland returns as host of this tuneful two-hour tribute to the holiday season, taped at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn., in November. Country stars including Kellie Pickler, Amy Grant, Faith Hill, Martina McBride, Brad Paisley and Darius Rucker share their favorite holiday traditions, memories and, of course, songs.
Surviving Christmas: This 2004 “comedy” is educational in a way. It taught moviegoers that Ben Affleck could do worse than “Gigli” — and without J.Lo. Here, he’s a lonely millionaire who apparently missed the lesson of the Grinch: Money can’t buy Christmas. He returns to his old hometown and offers the new occupants of his childhood home a nice chunk of change to let him share their holiday. But not everyone is in the giving spirit.
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