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It was a night for the record books as the most elegant and spectacular couples danced their way into our hearts and onto the podium in the Figure Skating – Ice Dance Free Dance.  The mesmerizing event dominated the night of viewership as top couples from the USA, Canada and Russia skated their hearts out to secure a spot on the podium.  Little did they realize that history was in the making.  Not to be outshined, the Bobsleigh Two-man Heat 4 was a nail-biter, leaving hearts pounding as not even Continue Reading

Sunday night’s NBC coverage of the Winter Olympic Games from Sochi ran a full four hours and focused on several events where competitors from the USA again experienced thrills of victory or agonies of defeat—fortunately focusing more on the thrills than the agonies. Last night’s Top Moment was taken by an exciting and surprising Silver-Medal-Winning finish in the Alpine Skiing Men’s Super-G by Team USA’s Andrew Weibrecht. Though Weibrecht’s performance was less highly anticipated than those of teammates Bode Miller and Ted Ligety, Weibrecht beat them both in the end, Continue Reading

A TV night of many entertaining storylines and matchups was dominated by Women’s Alpine Skiing. At the halfway point of the 22nd Sochi Winter Olympics, multiple rivalries surfaced – from Men’s Hockey with an overtime matchup of the United States vs. Russia to Men’s Short Track, where an adopted Russian racer out-performed his former countrymen. No event seemed to bring in more views than the Women’s Alpine Skiing – Super-G which once again put the Austria and United States rivalry on center stage. Four of TiVo’s Top Moments involved the Continue Reading

It was a night of firsts at 22nd Sochi Winter Olympics – first woman to ever anchor NBC’s primetime coverage, Meredith Vieira; first Olympic gold medal for Japan in Men’s Figure Skating, Yuzuru Hanyu – but for U.S. viewers the focus was on the end of an era.  At the age 36, this will undoubtedly be Bode Miller’s final Olympics and Ted Ligety will be 33 when the torch is lit in PyeongChang South Korea in 2018. Three of TiVo’s Top Moments centered on Miller and Ligety’s valiant efforts in Continue Reading

Last night marked the start of the much anticipated Men’s Figure Skating program, and fittingly, four of the five TiVo Top Moments were from this drama-filled event. The Top Moment was during the performance of Jeremy Abbott, US Figure Skating champion. Abbott took a nasty fall while attempting a quadruple toe loop in the Men’s Figure Skating Short Program. Instead of calling it quits, he continued to skate and finished his routine brilliantly. Abbott also nabbed the #3 Top Moment a few minutes later in the telecast as he looked Continue Reading

Last night’s Winter Olympics Top Moments were a full house of Figure Skating Pairs Free Skating and Women’s Alpine Skiing Downhill Finals. The Free Program was night #2 of the Pairs Free Skating event ; the Russians placed a somewhat surprising first and second after a disappointing third-place performance by Savchenko / Szolkowy of Germany that included two falls. The American team of Castelli and Shnapir showed well; their solid performance earned them a 9th place finish. The Women’s Downhill ended in a surprise tie for the Gold: American Julia Continue Reading

Romance means different things to different people. This Valentine’s Day, your best bet is to figure out what it means to your special someone and make a grand gesture. The grand gesture makes up for the silly fights, the less-than-inspired date nights, and telling her she’s acting like her mother—it’s also what makes a great romantic movie. The grand gesture is the scene you remember years later, like Jake presenting Samantha with a birthday cake in “Sixteen Candles” or Cindy jumping on the back of Ronald’s lawnmower in “Can’t Buy Continue Reading

Last night’s Top Moments were all about the pipe—the Men’s Snowboard Halfpipe competition, that is. The highly-anticipated event ended in disappointment for Team USA’s Shaun White: After foregoing his spot in the Snowboard Men’s Slopestyle in order to focus on the quest of a Gold hat trick in the Snowboard Men’s Halfpipe, White suffered a disappointing loss to Russian-born Iouri Podladtchikov, a/k/a/ “I-Pod.” White had scored a 95.75 with a fabulous second qualifying run, but in the finals he struggled on a slushy halfpipe, ultimately yielding Gold to I-Pod and Continue Reading

Heat wave—literally and figuratively! Temperatures in the 60s caused dangerously soft snow on the Sochi  slopes, but that didn’t stop the top athletes skiing their way to the five most-watched moments from NBC’s Monday night coverage of the 22nd Winter Olympics. Top male and female Alpine skiers tore through one of the hardest courses in downhill history. The course heartbreakingly conquered some, while others conquered it in these breathtaking five Top Moments. Top Moment #1 was a dangerous and scary full speed crash in the Downhill portion of the Women’s Continue Reading

MONDAY – The Bachelor – ABC 8PM ET   It’s off to New Zealand! Eight remaining bachelorettes join Juan Pablo on the trip, and six are asked to try out a local extreme sport for a group date. After a one-on-one date involving a speedboat ride through the Tutukau Gorge, two are sent home at the rose ceremony.   TUESDAY – Brooklyn Nine-Nine – FOX 9:30PM ET As Boyle pursues a new romance, ready to dive in head first, Jake steps in to keep him from moving too quickly. Rosa and Continue Reading

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