miércoles, 19 de enero de 2011

Mary Tyler Moore and Betty White reunite

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/37/Mary_Tyler_Moore_1988.jpgThe Season 2 opener of "Hot in Cleveland" is sure to rekindle some warm memories. It starts with Betty White sharing a jail cell with her 1970s co-star Mary Tyler Moore. Immediately following is the debut of the sitcom, "Retired at 35." 8 p.m. Wednesday, TV Land.Other bets

* Coping with adulthood is tough enough, but what if you're a ghost, a vampire and a werewolf? That's the premise of "Being Human," a drama based on a British hit about young supernatural roommates just trying to lead "normal" lives. 7 p.m. Monday, Syfy.

* Producer David E. Kelley is back with another legal series. "Harry's Law" stars Oscar-winner Kathy Bates as a patent attorney who gets fired from her blue-chip firm and starts her own practice in a defunct women's shoe store. 9 p.m. Monday, KSL Channel 5.

* And you thought "Gossip Girls" was crammed with promiscuous teens. Brace yourself for "Skins," an edgy series imported from Britain that follows a group of hard-partying high schoolers and features frank scenes with drugs and sex. 8 p.m. Monday, MTV.

* The sweet blast from the past that is "Pioneers of Television" returns for another season. The opener is devoted to science fiction with recollections of iconic shows such as "Star Trek," "The Twilight Zone" and "Lost in Space." 7 p.m. Tuesday, KUED Channel 7.

* Can "American Idol" still thrive without Simon Cowell? We'll start to find out tonight as the musical juggernaut returns for its 10th season with two new judges at the helm: singer-actress Jennifer Lopez and rocker Steven Tyler. 7 p.m. Wednesday, KSTU Channel 13.

* Amy Poehler's vastly underappreciated sitcom, "Parks and Recreation," returns to kick off its third season. It becomes part of an all-comedy night on NBC that also features the lackluster new series, "Perfect Couples." 8:30 p.m. Thursday, KSL Channel 5.

* Allison DuBois (Patricia Arquette) should have seen this coming. After seven spooky seasons, her supernatural series, "Medium," comes to an end with a series finale that starts with her family in the present and follows them 40-plus years into the future. 7 p.m. Friday, KUTV Channel 2.

* In the TV film "Backyard Wedding," Alicia Witt stars as a med-school grad who returns to her hometown to plan her nuptials. But those plans hit a snag when her former flame (Teddy Sears) shows up and causes her to re-evaluate. 7 p.m. Saturday, Hallmark.