Winnipeg Free Press - PRINT EDITION
Posted: 01/19/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
Flip This House
Wake up to a mini-marathon of this reality TV series with six back-to-back episodes. Representatives from small real estate companies search neighbourhoods to find rundown homes in the hopes of buying them, renovating them and selling them for a profit. A&E, 7 a.m.
Let It Shine
An aspiring musician with a gift for rhyme lacks the self-confidence to perform on stage in this original musical that blends hip hop, rap and gospel. When he decides to write a rhyme to tell his crush how he feels, his friend takes all the credit. Family, 11 a.m.
When Kansas City police try to apprehend a suspect in a stolen vehicle, the suspect drives off the course, abandons the vehicle and heads for the woods. Also, Las Vegas officers confront the driver of a vehicle that hit a pedestrian and find alcohol. Fox, 7 p.m.
Chef Ramsay returns to the some of the show's most memorable restaurants in this special edition. He checks in with Café Hon in Hampton, Chierellos in Philadelphia and Leones in Montclair to find out how the eateries have fared since he left. Fox, 8 p.m.
Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 19, 2013 G2
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