Weekend Watchers: ( 9/20) Movie Openings – 65th Primetime Emmy Awards – Week 3 Football Schedule

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Movie Openings: 

Battle Of The Year

 

Opening today (Friday September 20th) is the new drama, Battle of the Year, starring Josh Holloway, Josh Peck, Chris Brown and Laz Alonso. The film follows Dante and Blake, played by Alonso and Holloway, as they put together a dream team of dancers to compete in Battle of the Year, an international dance crew tournament.

Prisoners

Opening today (Friday September 20th) is the new thriller, Prisoners, starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Melissa Leo, Paul Dano, Viola Davis, Maria Bello and Terrence Howard. The film follows Keller Dover, played by Jackman, who takes matters into his own hands after his daughter and her friend go missing and the only lead is an RV that was parked across from his home before the girls disappeared.

 

SUNDAY

CBS

THE 65TH PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS – Honoring excellence in television; Neil Patrick Harris hosts. Starts at 8pm. Beyonce Already Won An Emmy. Here is a list of presenters.

 Jimmy Fallon – Host of the Emmy Nominated NBC series “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”

 Tim Gunn – Winner for Outstanding Reality Host (Lifetime’s “Project Runway”)

LL COOL J – Star of the CBS series “NCIS: Los Angeles”

 

 

SHOWTIME

  • RAY DONOVAN – (season finale) TBA

Sunday Football

 

SUN, SEP 22 TIME (ET) TV TICKETS LOCATION
Green Bay at Cincinnati 1:00 PM FOX 2,493 available from $55 Paul Brown Stadium
St. Louis at Dallas 1:00 PM FOX 6,261 available from $10 AT&T Stadium
San Diego at Tennessee 1:00 PM CBS 1,601 available from $14 LP Field
Cleveland at Minnesota 1:00 PM CBS 1,418 available from $17 Mall of America Field
Tampa Bay at New England 1:00 PM FOX 1,129 available from $77 Gillette Stadium
Arizona at New Orleans 1:00 PM FOX 770 available from $65 Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Detroit at Washington 1:00 PM FOX 2,647 available from $28 FedEx Field
NY Giants at Carolina 1:00 PM FOX 1,374 available from $25 Bank of America Stadium
Houston at Baltimore 1:00 PM CBS 935 available from $100 M&T Bank Stadium
Atlanta at Miami 4:05 PM FOX 2,400 available from $39 Sun Life Stadium
Buffalo at NY Jets 4:25 PM CBS 2,744 available from $42 MetLife Stadium
Indianapolis at San Francisco 4:25 PM CBS 3,227 available from $66 Candlestick Park
Jacksonville at Seattle 4:25 PM CBS 2,006 available from $76 CenturyLink Field
Chicago at Pittsburgh 8:30 PM NBC 1,240 available from $32 Heinz Field
MON, SEP 23 TIME (ET) TV TICKETS LOCATION
Oakland at Denver 8:30 PM 1,056 available from $96 Sports Authority Field at Mile High

 

Weekend Watchers happens every Mondays at 9:50a and Fridays 9:50a with @MinaSayWhat on @power99philly.

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