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ABC50’s Top TV Picks of the Week!

ABC50's Top TV Picks for the week of Monday, November 12th through Sunday, November 18th.

Dancing with the Stars - Monday, November 5th – 11:00 AM12:00 PM

The All-Stars are bracing themselves for a double elimination this week!  The score from last week’s show will be added to this week’s totals, and two couples will be sent packing. Seven couples remain – Apolo & Karina, Emmitt & Cheryl, Kirstie & Maks, Kelly & Valentin, Melissa & Tony, Shawn & Derek, and Gilles & Peta.  Five pairs will stand at the end of Tuesday night’s Results show.  Who will be able to keep their hopes for the Mirror Ball Trophy alive?  Tune in to find out.

Katie - Tuesday, November 6th – 7:00 PM2:00 AM

On Tuesday’s ‘Katie’ – The Michael Morton Story: Exonerated After 25 years.  A tragedy on so many levels. To call it a nightmare is an understatement. Michael Morton, a Texas husband and father, convicted of a crime he did not commit – the brutal murder of his beloved wife. He spent 25 years in prison, trying desperately to clear his name and reunite with the young son he had left behind. On this episode, hear how Michael was finally exonerated and meet his son, who is now a grown man.

The Middle  - Wednesday, November 14th – 8:00 – 8:30 PM

In honor of Veterans Day, former Marines William Franco Vasquez and Nick Jones, Jr. are set to guest star on ABC's "The Middle." In the episode "Thanksgiving IV," Frankie (Patricia Heaton) tries to do a good deed for Thanksgiving by inviting a couple of Marines to celebrate the holiday with her family. But with Frankie's parents, Pat and Tag (Marsha Mason and Jerry Van Dyke), constantly bickering, the good deed may not go unpunished.           In addition, William and Nick will also be in attendance during ABC's "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars" on Monday night.

Good Morning America - Thursday, November 15th - 7:00 – 9:00 AM

‘GMA’ is still #1!  Tune in Thursday as Lucky Magazine's Lori Bergamotto gives tips on how to fake the perfect figure. The cast of Broadway's "Spiderman" will stop by, and contributor Tory Johnson will bring new Secret Deals and Steals for viewers.  Don’t miss a preview of OWN's original series "Married to the Army: Alaska", as well as a performance by iLuminate, the sensational dance-in-the-dark show.  And the best part - a sneak peek at next week's "Modern Family!"

Malibu Country - Friday, November 16th – 8:30 – 9:00 PM

Reba is thrilled when Geoffrey gets Mr. Bata to agree to have one of her songs recorded, but is insulted when he wants a rapper (Travie McCoy) to record it in her place; Lillie Mae discovers that she has a secret admirer; and Cash tries to tone down his southern accent in order to fit in with his school peers, on "Shell Games." New this season, "Malibu Country" stars Reba as Reba, Lily Tomlin as Lillie Mae, Sara Rue as Kim, Justin Prentice as Cash, Juliette Angelo as June and Jai Rodriguez as Geoffrey. 

Big Bang Thoery - Saturday, November 17th – 7:00 – 8:00 PM

Take a break from college football on Saturday for two back-to-back episodes of “Big Bang Theory” at 7:00 and 7:30 PM.  Check out what Penny, Sheldon, Raj, Leonard and the rest of the crew are up to!

2012 American Music Awards - November 18th – 7:00 – 11:00 PM

"The 40th Anniversary American Music Awards" will air live on ABC from the NOKIA Theatre L.A. on Sunday night.  The AMA’s  will once again feature a star-studded lineup of the music industry's top artists and performances, while celebrating 40 years of AMA history and memorable moments. Artists in the categories of Pop/Rock, Country, Rap/Hip-Hop, Soul/R&B, Alternative, Adult Contemporary, Latin and Contemporary Inspirational will be honored. For the sixth year, fans will determine the winners by online voting at www.AMA.com . Ke$ha, No Doubt, Usher,  Carrie Underwood, P!nk, Pitbull, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Linkin Park and Christina Aguilera will all perform.   



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