Monica arrives back from her big overseas experience to find her boyfriend Nick unchanged. Although Nick styles himself an artist, he is really something of a cultural redneck, and when the couple head up north for a break, and they meet up with Riki, a poet, who is rather less shallow and charming.
First Tuesday or This World is a monthly television documentary strand, shown in the United Kingdom on the ITV network and was produced by Yorkshire Television. The subject matter was mainly social issues and current affairs stories from around the world. It ran from 5 April 1983 to 2 November 1993, with programme being shown on the first Tuesday of the month, hence the title. In 1993, Network First was a part replacement for First Tuesday.
Tuesday Rendezvous was a British children's television show which was transmitted on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Super Tuesday appears on ESPN and ESPN2 every Tuesday in prime time with the biggest regular-season games in college basketball. The show, is similar to Big Monday, Thursday Night Showcase and Wednesday Night Hoops. All of these games, including the in-studio reports, are broadcast on both ESPNHD and ESPN2HD. On ESPN the games include a Southeastern Conference matchup at 9pm ET with Brad Nessler and Jimmy Dykes, preceded by a Big Ten matchup at 7pm ET with Mike Tirico providing play-by-play and analysis by Dan Dakich . Samantha Ponder is usually the sideline reporter for the Tirico/Dakich team while Shannon Spake fulfills the role for the Nessler/Dykes team. ESPN2 usually carries a game between two teams from either major or mid-major conferences with various announcers. The in-studio host is Rece Davis, who works alongside ESPN analysts Fran Fraschilla and Jay Williams. They deliver the half-time and post-game reports, along with live in-game updates, and also appear on College GameNight later that night.
First Tuesday Book Club is an Australian television show that discusses books ostensibly in the style of a domestic book club. Hosted by journalist Jennifer Byrne, it uses the panel format made popular in The Glass House with two regular members–book reviewer Jason Steger and author/blogger Marieke Hardy – and two guest members. The show first aired on the ABC on 1 August 2006 and is scheduled as a monthly program.
Tuesday Night Book Club is a candid reality show that began airing June 13, 2006 on CBS, which delved into the lives of a group of upper-class women in the Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale. It was meant to play as a reality-based version of Desperate Housewives, and the network's response to Bravo's The Real Housewives of Orange County. The program was executive produced by Jay Blumenfield and Tony Marsh and produced by The Jay and Tony Show for Magic Molehill Productions, Inc. The program was set up so that the women of the 'club' were to meet for a discussion of one book a week. However, this was merely a plot device in order to bring the women together in a room, and the book of the week was discussed only sparingly as most of the women didn't even read the suggested title. The episodes instead chronicled the day-to-day drama encountered as the women attempted to raise their children, maintain their households, and satisfy their husbands and continue to maintain their social standings within the community. According to the network, the women would "discuss everything... from sex to spouses to inner-most conflicts" during these weekly 'book club' meetings.
Tuesday Night Titans is a professional wrestling television program produced by the World Wrestling Federation. It aired on the USA Network from 1984 to 1986.
USA Tuesday Night Fights is a television boxing show. It aired from October 1, 1982 through August 25, 1998 on the USA Network; at one time it was the longest continually-running boxing show on television. USA Tuesday Night Fights was hosted by Al Albert and former lightweight champion Sean O'Grady.
The Tuesday Special was a topical television show which aired from 1991-1997 on ITV. Each programme dealt with a different topic, including Trauma, Bingo, Making Babies and Road Rage.
A live, and exclusive UFC FIGHT PASS weekly series, featuring five live fights in each episode, showcasing up-and-coming talent, as well as athletes striving to revive their professional mixed martial arts careers.
The New CBS Tuesday Night Movies was a 90 minute program featuring two alternating characters. One was SHAFT from the movie series and Hawkins 90-minute movies.
Michael: Tuesdays and Thursdays is a Canadian television sitcom that debuted on CBC Television in 2011. Described by the National Post as a cross between What About Bob? and Frasier, the show stars Matt Watts as Michael, a neurotic young man who sees his therapist twice a week, and Bob Martin as David, his therapist who views Michael as an ideal guinea pig for the experimental psychiatric techniques he hopes will turn him into a bestselling pop psychology writer. Filmed in Ottawa, the show's cast also includes Jennifer Irwin, Pablo Silveira, Martha Burns and Tommie-Amber Pirie.