Ross Matthews stars in “Hello Ross,” which debuts Friday.
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TV picks for Sept. 6-8: "Teach,” Tom Barnard, "Boardwalk Empire,” Ross Matthews
- September 5, 2013 - 3:08 PM
Instructors trying to get motivated for the new school year may want to check out “Teach” (7 p.m. Friday, WCCO, Ch. 4), which spotlights four public-school teachers who excel at inspiring their brats — er, I mean, students. Queen Latifah, whose mother taught in the New Jersey system, narrates.
Ross Matthews, who made the most of his “Tonight Show” internship, finally lands a talk show of his own. “Hello Ross” (9 p.m. Friday, E!) will lean heavily on social media, which means some lucky viewers are going to have a chance to snark directly with the master.
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KQRS’ Tom Barnard is among the first voices you hear in “9-11: The Heartland Tapes” (7 p.m. Sunday, Smithsonian), an un-narrated collection of sound bites from radio and TV stations outside the Beltway on that fateful day in 2001.
Nobody messes with Nucky Thompson — unless your last name happens to be Capone. Al and his brothers look to play bigger roles in Season 4 of “Boardwalk Empire” (8 p.m. Sunday, HBO), which will also introduce us to Harlem power broker Valentin Narcisse, played by the always mesmerizing Jeffrey Wright.
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