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LOCAL TV LISTINGS



Wednesday

10 p.m. on TVLAND

Hot in Cleveland:
The nostalgia based channel launches its first original scripted comedy with this delightful series, which stars a trio of TV comedy veterans — Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves — as three friends who, somewhat improbably, rediscover themselves after their Paris-bound flight is grounded in Cleveland, where they impulsively move into a new home that comes with a cantankerous caretaker.

Thursday

9:30 p.m. on WCYB WLEX

30 Rock:
Liz (Tina Fey) gets a new perspective on what life is like for Jenna (Jane Krakowski) as production begins on “Dealbreakers.” Under pressure from Devin (guest star Will Arnett), Jack tries to make the talk show a hit. Everyone pitches in to help Tracy (Tracy Morgan) as he tries to prove his commitment to his wife (guest star Sherri Shepherd) in “Dealbreakers Talk Show No. 0001.”

Friday

10 p.m. on WJHL WKYT

WYMT

Miami Medical:
The personal lives of several victims of a boating accident cause chaos for the team, while Dr. Zambrano (Lana Parrilla) winds up in a tight spot after Dr. Deleo’s brother, Rick, arrives at the hospital.

Saturday
8 p.m. on WJHL WKYT WYMT

Three Rivers:
A firefighter is confronted with a complicated choice when she must decide whether to be a living donor to her captain, who treated her badly. And she’s not the only one having to make a tough judgment call; Andy’s (Alex O’Loughlin) uncle turns up with a stab wound and asks his nephew not to report the incident, fearing it will violate his parole.

Sunday

9 p.m. on WKPT WTVQ

Scoundrels:
After her husband (David James Elliott) is sentenced to a lengthy stretch in prison, Cheryl West (Virginia Madsen) resolves that it’s time for her family of small-time criminals to become law-abiding citizens. Unfortunately, not all family members are on the same page in “And Jill Came Tumbling After,” the premiere of this new comedy-drama series. Patrick Flueger, Leven Rambin and Carlos Bernard also star.

Monday

10:02 p.m. on WKPT WTVQ

True Beauty:
The remaining seven contenders are challenged to create an appealing ad campaign for the Planet Hollywood buffet featuring their own nearly nude bodies and some strategically placed food, but one campaign is so tasteless the judges find it hard to swallow. The real test, however, is who will dig through a messy garbage can to help someone find a lost engagement ring in the new episode “Finding the Ring.”

Tuesday

9 p.m. on TNT

HawthoRNe:
As the second season of the medical drama opens, Richmond Trinity has closed, but several of its doctors and nurses have been transferred to James River, a failing hospital, where Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) immediately finds herself at odds with Gail Strummer (Vanessa Bell Calloway), the head ER nurse. She takes a liking to British doctor Steve Shaw (Adam Rayner) and ER clerk Marcus Leeds (Collins Curtis Pennie), however, in “No Excuses.”


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