If you’re still an undecided voter, I guess you could base your decision on what TV shows the candidates watch?? Ok maybe that’s a stretch but it’s still interesting info. TV Guide talked to both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney and found out their favorite TV shows. They do have one thing in common, they both enjoying watching “Modern Family” with their wives. President Obama’s favorite TV shows: “Homeland”, “Boardwalk Empire”, “The Wire” and he likes to watch “SportsCenter”. As for Governor Romney’s favorite shows: “Justified”, “30 Rock” and “NCIS.” To read the full interview with the President click here and for Governor Romney click here.
Cee Lo Green could be in trouble with the LAPD. A woman filed a police report accusing him of sexual assault. The police visited a restaurant in LA to question some of the employees. Cee Lo denies everything and says he hasn’t been to that particular restaurant in 3 months. We don’t know a lot of the details like who, what, when, where or why..you know the important stuff. You can read the story at tmz.com.
TV Note: Monday’s episode of “The Voice” was pre-empted for storm coverage in some cities so NBC will re-air the entire episode on Thursday. It also means Thursday comedies “30 Rock,” “Up All Night,” “The Office” and “Parks and Recreation” will be moved. Both “The Office” and “Parks and Rec” episodes will move to the following Thursday. No word yet on what will happen to this week’s “Up All Night,” which was already scheduled to take a week off on Nov. 8. As for the the presidential election-themed “30 Rock” that was supposed to air Thursday, it will now air tonight. The network also announced that Monday’s “Revolution,” also bumped of the air in some markets, will run again on Friday night at 7 p.m.
Talk Shows Tonight:
Letterman: Charles Barkley, Rita Ora
Leno: Taylor Lautner, Macy Gray
Craig Ferguson: Demi Lovato, David Morrissey
Jimmy Fallon: Sarah Silverman, Bobby Cannavale, Carly Rae Jepsen
Jimmy Kimmel: David Letterman, Vampire Weekend