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HDTV Listings for February 19, 2006

Kevin C. Tofel

What we're watching: Even though Richard is right and this is one of the best sports weekends for HDTV, I need to break away from the sports for a bit. Tonight at 9 p.m., I'll be catching the Governator himself on CBS. Arnold is back in 2003's "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" in 1080i, where the storyline picks up ten years after the prior movie. Of course, why do any of us care when the story takes place since the main characters all ebb and flow via time travel anyway?

Our traditional high-def listings continue below.

Here are some other HDTV programs showing on selected networks today. All times are Eastern and reruns are in italics:

ABC (720p): Desperate Housewives (9 p.m.), Grey's Anatomy (10 p.m.)

CBS (1080i): Cold Case (8 p.m.), Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (9 p.m.)

NBC (1080i):  Winter Olympics: Bobsledding, Figure Skating, Skiing (7 p.m.)

UPN (1080i): Veronica Mars (7 p.m.)

WB (1080i): What I Like About You (6 p.m.), Twins (6:30 p.m.)

Discovery-HD (1080i): Corwin's Quest (6 p.m.), Sunrise Earth (7 p.m.), Equator (8 & 11 p.m.), Rides (9 p.m.), Risk Takers (10 p.m.)

ESPN-HD (720p): SportsCenter (7 & 11 p.m.)

INHD (1080i): World Class Surfing at Huntingdon Beach (8 p.m.), Airtime: American Freeski Tour (9 p.m.), World Team Tennis: All-Star Smash Hits 2005 (10 p.m.)

INHD2 (1080i): In Theaters (7 p.m.), Hollywood Walks: Robert Zemeckis (7:30 p.m.), Ultimate Access: Niagara Falls (8 & 11 p.m.), INHD to the MAX #15 (9 p.m.), Caribbean Escapes #11 (10:30 p.m.)
HBO-HD (1080i): Taxi (7 p.m..), The Sopranos (9 p.m.), Deadwood (10 p.m.), Hide and Seek (11 p.m.)

Showtime-HD (1080i):  The Cookout (6:30 p.m.), Hotel Rwanda (8 p.m.)

TNT-HD (1080i): Rush Hour 2 (6 p.m.), NBA All Star Tipoff (8 p.m.), NBA All Star Game (8:30 p.m.), Spider Man (11 p.m.)

Universal-HD (1080i): Olympic Ice (6 p.m.), The Equalizer (7 p.m.), Battlestar Galactica (8 & 11 p.m.), Jaws 3 (9 p.m.)

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