Obama Takes Health Care To The Airwaves, ‘I’m A Celebrity’ Gets Longer And More

by | June 15, 2009 at 11:05 AM | TV News

I’m A Celebrity…For Two More Hours: ‘I’m A Celebrity’ will air special two hour editions tonight and next Monday, June 22nd – from 8pm to 10pm (ET). The contestants still standing are Lou Diamond Phillips, Stephen Baldwin, Patti Blagojevich, Sanjaya Malakar, John Salley, Janice Dickinson, Torrie Wilson and the newly arrived Holly Montag. The remaining one-hour episodes will still air at 8pm (ET), and the finale arrives June 24th.

Obama On Health: ABC News will feature a special on Obama’s thoughts on health care, June 24 at 10pm from the White House. Diane Sawyer and Charles Gibson will moderate questions from the audience and viewers. Sawyer will also snag the President for a morning interview on ‘GMA.’

48 Hours: The First 48, the most watched investigative series in cable, comes back tomorrow on A&E. The network ‘Real-Life’ series shows viewers what it’s like to take part in an investigative team at a crime scene. The initial episode kicks off when a 46-year-old family man is found dead on a sidewalk.

Sport Superstars: ‘The Superstars’ premieres next Tuesday on ABC. The show – based in ‘Wide World of Sports’ – follows athletes, models and celebrities as they compete against each other for the ultimate prize: the chance to be named a Superstar Champion (whatever that means). The teams are: Terrell Owens & Joanna Krupa; Jeff Kent & Ali Landry; Robert Horry & Estella Warren; Bode Miller & Paige Hemmis; Kristi Leskinen & Maksim Chmerkovskiy; Lisa Leslie & Dan Cortese; Jennifer Capriati & David Charvet; and Brandi Chastain & Julio Iglesias, Jr. Check out previews on Fancast.