The Whitney Houston TV Guide
Posted by Newson 02/14/2012 at 9:31 AM
Did you catch The Bodyguard on Lifetime last night? How about Whitney Houston: Death of a Diva on VH1? Oh, come on—don’t tell us you missed both? Well, clearly you’ve come to the right place. TV Guide has helped us out with a convenient schedule of all the Whitney-related programming on cable these next few days, and there’s some pretty good stuff. Today, you can start off with a Whitney A to Z video block on VH1 Classic at 12:00, maybe switch over to her Cinderella remake with Brandy at 1:00 on BET, move over to Encore at 4:00 for Waiting to Exhale, and then come back to BET at 10:00 for a special acknowledgment from the 100 Women in Music special.
Tomorrow, E! is planning a Whitney Houston: Last Days of a Legend special, to air at 9:00. Fianlly, on Thursday, you can see Whitney tributes at 8:00 on the TV Guide Network (Whitney Houston: An Icon Remembered) and 9:00 on OWN (a special Oprah interview with Whit entitled Remembering Whitney), and at a time TBD, a “Greatest Moments” special from VH1.
By the way, anywone been watching that Vh1 100 Greatest Women in Music thing? We saw a commercial but we’re a little confused. Maybe we’ll check out the rerun on Vh1 at 11:00 today and find out for ourselves. Don’t worry, I’m sure we’ll report back at some point. In the meantime, we have to divide vocal parts for our “Count on Me” singalong once Waiting to Exhale comes on.
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