If you’re looking for the best television shows and movies to watch this week on that new TV you bought last Wednesday because you forgot about Black Friday (and now you’re upset because you spent hundreds of dollars extra when you could have just waited a few days for a big fat discount) so you
Are you ready for Week 12, fantasy football owners? Probably not, but it’s coming one way or another and the Fantasy Alarm fantasy football experts are here to help get you through the week. Howard Bender and Jen Piacenti will be live from 11 a.m. ET until kickoff providing you with all the latest updates, lineup advice, stats, trends, and more.
When the Bears (5-5) travel to face the NFC North-leading arch rival Packers (7-3) in Green Bay on “Sunday Night Football” (8:20 p.m. ET, NBC) in the third-to-last game of Week 12, they will be trying to revive their fading division title chances. The Bears are coming off a bye with another QB change, with
I honestly think that just about anyone would agree with Chris Pratt’s sentiments. Even when people are going through hard times, it’s not easy for some to speak out when they’re in need of support. There is a stigma that surrounds the concept of asking for help and, hopefully, the public, along with organizations like
7. The Langoliers (“The Langoliers” from Four Past Midnight) Okay, maybe I’m cheating a little here since The Langoliers was technically a TV miniseries, but people are always talking about the original It “movie” with Tim Curry even though that was a miniseries, too, so there. Plus, I just love The Langoliers. The story concerns
Patrick Mahomes vs. Tom Brady will be broadcast to the whole country in the late-afternoon window of Week 12 … that is, unless you live in Denver. A complicated contract situation means that the Mile High City is grayed out on the Week 12 coverage maps for the late CBS window. Otherwise, though, everyone gets to
It’s been a while, but New England is playing a game in late November without high hopes for making the playoffs as the Cardinals come to Gillette Stadium. The Patriots (4-6) are in third place of the AFC East and reeling off a disappointing loss to Houston in Week 11 in which New England beat