TV Highlights – November 29

TV Highlights November 29

In season four of Gold Rush, Todd Hoffman puts his life on the line, and asks his crew to do the same, braving malaria, poisonous snakes and quicksand to set up a mining operation in a patch of hostile jungle deep in Guyana, South America.

Bering Sea Gold: Under The Ice – Waterfalls of Gold: Tensions rise on the Bering Sea as exhaustion sinks its teeth into the gold mining fleet. Six months of non-stop work to get the Clark operational has taken a toll on owner Zeke Tenhoff, as his grief over the death of John Bunce finally catches up with him. Pressure mounts on Shawn Pomrenke with a visit from his demanding father. On Steve’s World on Ice, it is captain versus captain, but can gold save the day? Meanwhile, Scott Meisterheim attempts a heart-pounding and extremely risky dive in a narrow ice cave. But will it end up being his tomb?

TV Highlights – November 29 also appeard on Television News.

TV Highlights – November 27

TV Highlights – November 27
“Planes, Trains and Automobiles” (8:00-10:00pm) Neal Page (Steve Martin), a high-strung advertising executive, meets Del Griffith (John Candy), an eternally optimistic, overly talkative, well-meaning, but clumsy shower curtain-ring salesman, who seems to live in a world governed by a different set of rules.  They share a three-day odyssey of misadventures trying to get Neal home to Chicago from New York City in time for Thanksgiving dinner with his family.  The 1987 comedy was written, produced and directed by John Hughes.
Bear Grylls: Escape From Hell features compelling first hand testimony of real life survival stories from some of the most hostile environments on the planet. Bear relives their experiences, throwing himself into mini-avalanches, sandstorms, white water and steep cliff climbs, revealing how to survive if you find yourself in the same nightmare scenario. *Please contact the publicist on the show for episode description.
The X Factor – “Top Finalists Perform” Who will stay and who will go? Find out when The remaining finalists perform live with a big band for America’s votes.

TV Highlights – November 23

TV Highlights – November 23

BBC America
Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Marathon, Part 3 – All day, starting at 1a/12c
Get caught up with the adventures of Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith.

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor (World Premiere / Global Simulcast ) – 2:50pm ET

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor (Encore primetime broadcast) – 7:00pm ET
BBC America will premiere exclusive Inside Look interviews with Matt Smith and David Tennant during the broadcast. The special will be followed by the premiere of new fantasy-adventure series Atlantis at 9/8c.

The Graham Norton Show with guests Matt Smith and David Tennant (U.S. Premiere) – 10/9c
Doctor Who stars Matt Smith and David Tennant make their first appearance together on BBC America’s hit talk show, joined by Emma Thompson, singer Robbie Williams and comedian Jimmy Carr.

Penguins: Waddle All The Way – From the team behind award-winning programs such as Polar Bears: Spy On The Iceland Winged Planet comes an intimate look at the lives and behavior of penguins. Viewers will get a never-before-seen look at the true characters of these charismatic birds thanks to spy cams disguised as life-size penguins

Yukon Men – River Rising: Spring brings predators to Tanana, and Stan loses a sled dogs to a hungry bear. The Yukon River begins to thaw at an alarming rate, and the villagers must quickly move to high ground. The town gas pump breaks, putting a halt to flood preparations.

TV Highlights – November 23 also appeard on Television News.

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