TBS Hands the Remote to Women on the Day of the Big Game With the Movies Women Want Marathon
TBS is handing women the remote control Sunday, Feb. 3, with an entire day of Movies Women Want, a collection of six memorable "chick flicks" that includes such movies as THE WEDDING PLANNER, WHAT WOMEN WANT and FOOLS RUSH IN.
TBS's Movies Women Want
Sunday, Feb. 3
9:30 a.m. THE PERFECT MAN (2005) � Hilary Duff and Heather Locklear star in this romantic comedy about a young girl who fabricates the ideal man for her lonely mother, then has to produce the man when her mom decides to meet him. Chris Noth co-stars.
11:30 a.m. SAVE THE LAST DANCE (2001) � Julia Stiles stars as a ballerina who finds her groove in the hip-hop world when she hooks up with Sean Patrick Thomas.
1:30 p.m. WHAT WOMEN WANT (2000) � A chauvinistic ad exec, played by Mel Gibson, acquires the ability to magically hear what women are really thinking, which turns out to be both a blessing and a curse. Helen Hunt and Marisa Tomei co-star.
4 p.m. FOOLS RUSH IN (1996) � Matthew Perry plays a man smitten with self-reliant photographer Salma Hayek, but things get complicated when their tryst results in an unexpected pregnancy.
6 p.m. BRIDGET JONES: THE EDGE OF REASON (2004) � Ren�e Zellweger returns to her Oscar-nominated role in this romantic comedy follow-up that pits her between boyfriend Colin Firth and ex-suitor Hugh Grant.
8 p.m. THE WEDDING PLANNER (2001) � Jennifer Lopez headlines this romantic comedy about a wedding planner who falls for the groom of her latest employer. Matthew McConaughey co-stars.
10 p.m. FOOLS RUSH IN (1996) � encore.
TBS, a division of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., is television's top-rated comedy network. It serves as home to such original comedy series as My Boys, The Bill Engvall Show, Tyler Perry's House of Payne, 10 Items or Less and Frank TV; hot contemporary comedies like The Office, Sex and the City, Everybody Loves Raymond, Family Guy, King of Queens, Seinfeld and Friends, with My Name Is Earl joining the line-up in 2008; specials and special events, such as Funniest Commercials of the Year and The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas; blockbuster movies; and hosted movie showcases.