These shows will be rolling out or renewing in the first part of 2014.
|NBC||Community Season 5||1/2/2014||Greendale Community College’s favorite study group is back for another semester, and will have to find their own way now that Jeff has graduated and is a lawyer again.|
|PBS||Downton Abbey Season 4||1/5/2014||This upstairs/downstairs British drama begins it’s fourth season as Mary and the Crawley family deal with the death of her husband, Matthew.|
|FOX||Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 1 Resumes||1/7/2014||A single camera cop comedy starring Andy Samberg, an immature detective attempting to co-exist with his uptight boss played by Andre Braugher.|
|CBS||Intelligence (new)||1/7/2014||A supercomputer microchip is implanted into elite government cyber security agent Josh Holloway’s brain so he can interact on the global information grid. Hacking in to get top secret intel will help him protect the U.S. from her enemies. But it can also get him into a lot of trouble.|
|TBS||Cougar Town Season 5||1/7/2014||More from the cul-de-sac this January, as Courteney Cox and the crew bring us 13 new episodes in Season 5.|
|FX||Justified||1/7/2014||Justified finds Raylan in Florida tangling with the dangerous Crowe Family and Boyd in Detroit dealing with what’s left of the Mob in that city in pursuit of Paxton and Mooney, who had his bride-to-be arrested.|
|ABC||Killer Women||1/7/2014||Does “from Executive Producer Sofia Vergara” do anything for you? ABC has been using the “Modern Family” star’s involvement to sell this drama, which looks at the Texas Rangers lawmen from a woman’s point of view.|
|NBC||Chicago PD (new)||1/8/2014||In a spin-off from the same producer that brought us Chicago Fire, this cop drama is made up of two completely different groups: the uniformed policeman that patrol the streets and the Intelligence Unit that looks into human trafficking and high-profile murderers.|
|ABC||The Assets||1/9/2014||Whittaker (“Broadchurch”) portrays real-life CIA agent Sandy Grimes in this ’80s-set, eight-part limited series about the hunt for U.S. traitor Aldrich Ames (Rhys).|
|FOX||Enlisted (new)||1/10/2014||A single camera comedy where three polar opposite brothers all end up at the same military base after joining the army.|
|Cin||Banshee Season 2||1/10/2014||Banshee returns for its second season. From the makers of True Blood, this drama features Antony Starr as Lucas Hood, an ex-con that is hiding in plain sight after assuming the identity of a murdered small town sheriff. But things are going to get interesting as the real Lucas Hood’s son prepares to come to town for a visit.|
|SFY||Helix (new)||1/10/2014||Ron Moore’s new sci-fi show about agents of the Centers for Disease Control investigating an outbreak of a new disease in the arctic, but end up fighting to save mankind. Star Trek: Voyager’s Jeri Ryan has signed on to join the cast.|
|HBO||Girls Season 3||1/12/2014||Back for its third season, Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna continue to deal with what life throws at a 20-something female living in the Big Apple.|
|Show||House of Lies Season 3||1/12/2014||Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell return to resume their on/off romance while working now at different firms sometimes with – sometimes against – one another.|
|FOX||The Following Season 2||1/12/2014||We know that Emma (Valorie Curry) is back, likely to take over where cult-leader serial killer Joe Carroll left off. Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) is in more big trouble now.|
|Show||Episodes Season 3||1/12/2014||Matt LeBlanc as….Matt LeBlanc, in a show about a show that is based on a hit British sitcom (in the show), but being produced in the US by folks who think it needs a lot of Americanizing.|
|SFY||Lost Girl Season 4||1/13/2014||Not just your average show about a young succubus discovering her innate supernatural proclivities. Already on the air in Canada, the US now will have access to Season 4.|
|SFY||Being Human Season 3||1/13/2014||Vampires, Ghosts & Werewolves, oh my! They’re all back for season four, but if you can’t wait, Syfy has all the episodes of the previous three season streaming live on their website for you to binge on.|
|ABC||The Fosters Season 1||1/13/2014||In the second half of season 1, Stef, Lena and the kids deal with the aftermath of Callie running away and what that means for their family.|
|FX||Archer Season 5||1/13/2014||Sterling Archer and the other agents of the International Secret Intelligence Service (ISIS) are back for another round of missions, espionage, counter-intellegence, drunken debauchery and general shenanigans.|
|FX||Chozen (new)||1/13/2014||Chozen is a gay, white rapper that’s just gotten out of prison and is trying to fulfill his destiny to become the greatest rap artist of all time in this new animated comedy from the creators of Eastbound & Down and Archer.|
|FOX||Baby Daddy Season 2||1/15/2014||After a baby is left on his doorstep by an ex, Ben decides to raise her with the help of his mom, brother, and two best friends. This saga continues into its third season in January.|
|TNT||Cold Justice Season 2||1/17/2014||Season 2 has Kelly and Yolanda traveling around the US helping investigators try to solve more cold cases in their home territories. Dick Wolf produces this reality drama.|
|FOX||Rake||1/19/2014||Think “House,” but in court. Kinnear plays an irascible, bad boy, recovering-addict lawyer who has to temper his self-destructive behavior in his quest to help the helpless.|
|HBO||Looking (new)||1/19/2014||Three friends bond, live and love in contemporary San Francisco. Looking is a new, gay-themed miniseries from HBO. Special guest stars include Russell Tovey and Scott Bakula.|
|Stz||Black Sails (new)||1/25/2014||This new series by Michael Bay is a prequel to Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island; following the adventures of a young John Silver as he enters the world of piracy as the newest member of the crew for the fearsome Captain Flint.|
|FXX||Legit Season 2||2/1/2014||Jim Jefferies, as his own comic self, tries to live a normal and successful life.|
|Netflix||House of Cards Season 2||2/14/2014||Now that Frank Underwood has manuvered his way into the Vice Presidency, he faces a whole new level of threats to his position and must stop at nothing to continue his plans for ascension.|
|CW||Star-Crossed||2/17/2014||Juliet meets Romeo, but he’s an alien. After years in an internment camp, select adolescent members of the Atrian race are allowed to integrate into American society. This show has everything to pull the strings of your standard CW fan — aliens, romance, action, danger and high school. In other words (except for the aliens), “high school.”|
|TNT||Dallas Season 2||2/24/2014||A reboot of the 1978 classic series, season 3 begins in the wake of J.R.’s death as the Ewings come together to find who killed this infamous patriarch.|
|NBC||Tonight Show||2/24/2014||Jimmy Fallon keeps moving on and up from his SNL roots. Wonder if the Roots band will follow along?|
|FOX||Glee Season 5 Resumes – FOX – Tuesdays 8pm – Premieres 2/25||2/25/2014||Returning for its 100th episode of the series, we continue to follow the New Directions in Lima, Ohio, while some old favs are making their dreams come true in NYC.|
|ABC||Mixology||2/26/2014||The writers of “The Hangover” head to the small screen for this ensemble comedy about pretty young people who hang out at a trendy bar in Manhattan.|
|FX||Americans||2/26/2014||Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys return for the second season of the 1980′s hit spy cold war drama. We look forward to a new handler for Elizabeth and Philip as we wonder if their marriage will completely disintegrate. And what happens if the kids find out?|
|Grey’s Anatomy Season 10 Resumes – ABC – Thursdays 9pm – Premieres 2/27||2/27/2014||With Meredith and Cristina fighting, and April’s wedding cliffhanger, we are already trying to guess what will happen next, and how Cristina will be written off this long running show, as Grey’s tenth season resumes.|
|NBC||Hannibal Season 2 – NBC – Fridays 10pm – Premieres 2/28||2/28/2014||Mads Mikkelsen brings his creepy serial killer psychiatrist Hannibal character back to life for a second season in which more intrigue and scares are promised.|
|ABC||Resurrection||3/9/2014||This supernatural drama from the writer of “The Killing” (that should make you anxious in a good or bad way) explores a small Missouri town where long-dead citizens begin popping up.|
|ABC||Mind Games||3/11/2014||Do you miss Slater’s slick con-man character from “Breaking In” and Zahn’s quirky character from everything he’s ever done? They’re back in this new series from former Austinite Kyle Killen that centers on a firm that uses psychological tricks to influence people.|
|CW||The 100||3/19/2014||“Star-Crossed” doesn’t float your boat — er, starship? Then check out this post-apocalyptic show, in which 100 born-in-space survivors of Armageddon-ravaged Earth are sent to the dystopian planet to see, nearly a century later, if it’s become inhabitable again.|
|CBS||Friends With Better Lives||3/31/2014||If you’re not sure what you’re going to do with yourself after “How I Met Your Mother” concludes its series run on March 31, just leave the TV on and don’t change the channel. This comedy about six friends at different stages in their lives – married, divorced, newly engaged and single — is surely meant to fill that void.|
Chromecast changes everything. It will revolutionize the tv watching experience.
The Chromecast is designed first to be a streaming device. It’s supposed to be the easiest way to get YouTube and Google Play and Netflix and Pandora and photos on HDTVs. Think Apple TV, but rather Google TV in a new incarnation.
The Chromecast uses an AirPlay-type system to provide content to the device. From Android or iOS, users simply hit a button on YouTube to load the video on the other screen. Quick and easy.
Chromecast is multiplatform on ios, android and I assume the chrome browser. It also features group playlists, continues playing the media back while the phone is doing other things and even streams while the device is asleep.
Any device can be the controller. Start a video on one device, turn it off, and another device can still control the video started. It appears to be seamless.
Desktops connected to the same network can also act as a controller. Click the cast button, the video will play and the computer will continue to play the media as it does other tasks.
The device itself is a small HDMI usb dongle. It’s powered by USB and Google TV
The Chromecast is $35 and is available today in the U.S.
As Dale Roe points out in his Statesman.com column, this is no boring summer for tv. There are dozens of tv show debuts and returning shows.
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TV Reviewer’s picks are in bold
* = new series
5/26/2013 “Arrested Development,” Netflix – are you ready to do a 53 episode marathon to catch up with the streaming only release of the next episode? ”Arrested Development” made its triumphant return to life on Netflix at 2:01 a.m. CST on Sunday, May 26. Of course dedicated fans of the dysfunctional Bluth family were up and ready to watch the 15 new episodes streaming instantly on Netflix. All 15 episodes are available to watch at once.
5/27/2013 “The Glades,” 8 p.m., A&E
5/27/2013 “Hit the Floor,” 8 p.m., VH1*
5/27/2013 “Longmire,” 9 p.m., A&E
5/27/2013 “The Bachelorette,” 8 p.m., ABC
5/28/2013 “Extreme Weight Loss,” 7 p.m., ABC
5/28/2013 “The Haves and the Have Nots,” 8 p.m., OWN*
5/28/2013 “Brooklyn DA,” 9 p.m., CBS*
5/29/2013 “Baby Daddy,” 7:30 p.m., ABC Family
5/29/2013 “Love Thy Neighbor,” 8 p.m., OWN*
5/29/2013 “Melissa and Joey,” 7 p.m., ABC Family
5/29/2013 “The American Baking Competition,” 7 p.m., CBS*
5/29/2013 “What Would You Do?” 9 p.m., ABC Sunday
6/2/2013 “The Killing,” 7 p.m., AMC
6/2/2013 “The Venture Bros.,” 11 p.m., Adult Swim
6/3/2013 “The Fosters,” 8 p.m., ABC Family*
6/3/2013 “Mistresses,” 9 p.m., ABC*
6/3/2013 “Teen Wolf,” 9 p.m., MTV
6/3/2013 “East Los High,” Hulu*
6/4/2013 “Bang Goes the Theory,” 8 p.m., BBC America
6/4/2013 “America’s Got Talent,” 8 p.m., NBC
6/5/2013 “Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman,” 9 p.m., Science
6/6/2013 “Burn Notice,” 8 p.m., USA
6/6/2013 “Graceland,” 9 p.m., USA*
6/6/2013 “In the Flesh,” 9 p.m., BBC America*
6/7/2013 “Continuum,” 9 p.m., Syfy
6/8/2013 “Primeval: New World,” 9 p.m., Syfy*
6/8/2013 “Sinbad,” 8 p.m., Syfy*
6/9/2013 “Falling Skies,” 8 p.m., TNT
6/10/2013 “Deon Cole’s Black Box,” 9 p.m., TBS*
6/10/2013 “King & Maxwell,” 9 p.m., TNT*
6/10/2013 “Major Crimes,” 8 p.m., TNT
6/10/2013 “Switched at Birth,” 7 p.m., ABC Family
6/10/2013 “The Winner Is …” 9 p.m., NBC*
6/11/2013 “Pretty Little Liars,” 7 p.m., ABC Family
6/11/2013 “Twisted” 8 p.m., ABC Family
6/12/2013 “Necessary Roughness,” 9 p.m., USA
6/12/2013 “Royal Pains,” 8 p.m., USA
6/13/2013 “Sullivan & Son,” 9 p.m., TBS
6/14/2013 “Magic City,” 8 p.m., Starz
6/15/2013 “Zero Hour,” 7 p.m., ABC
6/16/2013 “Masterpiece Mystery: Inspector Lewis,” 8 p.m., PBS
6/16/2013 “True Blood,” 8 p.m., HBO
6/19/2013 “The Exes,” 9:30 p.m., TV Land
6/19/2013 “Franklin & Bash,” 8 p.m., TNT
6/19/2013 “Futurama,” 9 p.m., Comedy Central
6/19/2013 “Hot in Cleveland,” 9 p.m., TV Land
6/19/2013 “The Soul Man,” 10 p.m., TV Land
6/20/2013 “Wilfred,” 9 p.m., FX
6/22/2013 “666 Park Avenue,” 8 p.m., ABC
6/23/2013 “Copper,” 9 p.m., BBC America
6/23/2013 “Crossing Lines,” 8 p.m., NBC*
6/23/2013 “Devious Maids,” 9 p.m., Lifetime*
6/23/2013 “Drop Dead Diva,” 8 p.m., Lifetime
6/23/2013 “Whodunnit?” 8 p.m., ABC*
6/24/2013 “Under the Dome,” 9 p.m., CBS*
6/25/2013 “Perception,” 9 p.m., TNT
6/25/2013 “Rizzoli & Isles,” 8 p.m., TNT
6/26/2013 “Big Brother,” 8 p.m., CBS
6/29/2013 “Do No Harm,” 9 p.m., NBC
6/30/2013 “Dexter,” 8 p.m., Showtime
6/30/2013 “Ray Donovan,” 9 p.m., Showtime*
7/1/2013 “American Ninja Warrior,” 7 p.m., NBC
7/7/2013 “Masterpiece Mystery: Endeavour,” 8 p.m., PBS*
7/8/2013 “Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls,” 8 p.m., NBC*
7/10/2013 “Camp,” 9 p.m., NBC*
7/10/2013 “The Bridge,” 9 p.m., FX*
7/10/2013 “Moone Boy,” Hulu*
7/11/2013 “Orange Is the New Black,” Netflix*
7/11/2013 “Hollywood Game Night,” 9 p.m., NBC*
7/12/2013 “Comedy Bang! Bang!” 9 p.m., IFC
7/13/2013 “Being Human,” 9 p.m., BBC America
7/14/2013 “The Newsroom,” 9 p.m., HBO
7/16/2013 “Covert Affairs,” 8 p.m., USA
7/16/2013 “Deal With It,” 9 p.m., TBS*
7/16/2013 “Suits,” 9 p.m., USA
7/16/2013 “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” 7 p.m., CW*
7/20/2013 “Cedar Cove,” 7 p.m., Hallmark*
7/22/2013 “Web Therapy,” 10 p.m., Showtime
7/28/2013 “Unforgettable,” 8 p.m., CBS
8/1/2013 August 1: “The Awesomes,” Hulu*
8/3/2013 “Hell on Wheels,” 8 p.m., AMC
8/11/2013 “Breaking Bad,” 8 p.m., AMC
8/11/2013 “Low Winter Sun,” 9 p.m., AMC*
8/11/2013 “Talking Bad,” 10 p.m., AMC*
8/25/2013 “Silk,” 8 p.m., PBS*
60″ Sony BRAVIA NX810 Series 3D HDTV
- Full HD 1080p with 3D
- Dynamic Edge LED backlight with local dimming
- Motionflow PRO 240Hz
- BRAVIA Engine™ 3
- BRAVIA Internet Video and Widgets
- Built-in Wi-Fi
The 60″ Sony BRAVIA NX810 is designed to deliver dazzling Full HD 1080p resolution in three dimensions. These top-of-the-line 3D Sony HDTVs feature advanced LED backlighting technology for incredibly high contrast levels, deep blacks and bright whites. Motionflow™ PRO 240Hz produces crisp, fluid motion in fast-action scenes. Simply add the Sony 3D sync transmitter and 3D active glasses (each sold separately) to watch 3D entertainment in HD. Connect to your home network via built-in Wi-Fi5 and instantly stream a wide variety of movies, TV shows, videos and music2.
•Auto Photo Mode : via HDMI, via DLNA, via USB
•Auto Picture Setting w/ HDMI™ : Cinema, Sport, Music, Photo, Graphics, Game
•Auto Shut-off : Yes
•BRAVIA® Sync™ : Yes
•BRAVIA® Sync™ Menu Button : Yes (on Remote Control)
•Channel Block (with password) : Yes
•Channel Jump : Yes
•Channel Labels : Yes
•Channel Surf : Yes
•Control for HDMI™ (HDMI™ CEC) : Yes
•Edit Channel Labels : Yes
•Info Banner : TV Guide on Screen, PSIP, XDS
•Input Skip : Automatic
•Label Inputs : Yes
•Multiple Language Display : English, French, Spanish
•On-Screen Clock : Yes
•On-Screen Display for External Input : Yes
•On-Screen Operating Instructions : Yes
•On/Off Timer : Yes
•PIP (Picture in Picture) : PC Input(HDMI)/TV Channel&CVBS
•Parental Control : Yes
•Picture Adjustments Lock : Yes
•Picture Frame Mode : Yes
•Quick Start : Yes
•Scene Select : Auto, Cinema, Sports, Photo, Music, Game, Graphics, OFF
•Show/Hide Channels : Yes
•Sleep Timer : Yes
•Theatre Mode (Theatre Button) : Yes
•Theatre Mode with Cinema Surround : Yes
•USB Application(s) : Photo Viewer (jpeg), Photo Viewer (RAW), Music Player (mp3), Video Player (AVCHD), Video Player (AVC), Video Player (MPEG4)
•USB Player : Yes
•White Balance : RGB Gain/Bias
Weights and Measurements
•Dimensions (Approx.) : 55 1/8 x 34 1/8 x 12″ (1400 x 865 x 303mm) with pedestal; 55 1/8 x 33 x 1 7/8″ (1400 x 836 x 45mm) without pedestal
•Packaging (Approx.) : 58 1/2 x 36 1/4 x 9 7/8″ (1484 x 920 x 248mm)
•Weight (Approx.) : 94.8 lbs. (43Kg) with pedestal; 80.7 lbs. (36.6Kg) without pedestal
Welcome to the TiVolution!
TIVO playlist is sharware that exports your entire TV library into a spreadsheet, allowing you to easily index and sort your library by file size, date added, name and several other parameters.
Archived versions of the program can be found -> HERE <-
Note: Downloads support Anonymous FTP access only (don’t try using a username or password).
- Retrieve TiVo Now Playing lists over an ethernet connection and calculate total recording time and disk space usage
- Support for multiple TiVo units
- Estimate free space remaining given the capacity of the TiVo hard drive(s)
- Display either full List View or Folder View
- Mouseover Title shows description of recorded show along with Year Released/Air Date, Actors, Director, etc.
- View graphical representation of disk free space and space used by either recording status or recording quality
- Export of Now Playing lists to CSV files for use in other programs such as Microsoft Excel
- Batch downloading of recordings to PC (even from multiple machines) with support for post-download processing commands
- Auto downloading of recordings based on user-defined constraints
- Tested to run under Windows 2000, XP Pro, Vista and Windows 7 and reported to run under Windows 98/ME and XP Home
- Works best at screen sizes 800×600 or larger if running 96dpi, or 1024×768 or larger if running 120dpi
- Downloads to FAT32 partitions support up to 4Gb filesizes, NTFS partitions support files > 4Gb (Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win7 only)
- Access via HTTP/HTTPS and requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 5/6/7/8 and TiVo software version 7.1 or newer
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Elements of a television system
- An image source. This is the electrical signal representing the visual image, and may be from a camera in the case of live images, a video tape recorder for playback of recorded images, or a film chain-telecine-flying spot scanner for transmission of motion pictures (films).
- A sound source. This is an electrical signal from a microphone or from the audio output of a video tape recorder or motion picture film scanner.
- A transmitter, which generates radio signals (radio waves) and encodes them with picture and sound information.
- An antenna coupled to the output of the transmitter for broadcasting the encoded signals.
- An antenna to receive the broadcast signals.
- A receiver (also called a tuner), which decodes the picture and sound information from the broadcast signals, and whose input is coupled to the antenna.
- A display device, which turns the electrical signals into visual images.
- An audio amplifier and loudspeaker, which turns electrical signals into sound waves (speech, music, and other sounds) to accompany the images.