ET Live Stream: fuboTV watch for free Spurs boast a three-point lead over Arsenal in fifth entering Week 38 of the season, while Chelsea—who face a difficult trip to Leicester—are one point above their north London rivals. A win over Everton on Sunday coupled with Chelsea dropping points at the King Power Stadium would push Spurs into third, but some key absences threaten to disrupt that dream. Namely, Pochettino will be missing his two greatest scoring threats—Harry Kane injured and Heung-min Son suspended —for the last league game of the season. That rigidity threatens to stump Spurs in north London unless their other stars step up to the plate, with Everton fighting just to keep their place in eighth. Tottenham have it all to play for on Sunday as they seek Champions League qualification, but Everton have proved themselves to be tricky opposition after flourishing under Marco Silva.
The same week the network brings back the hit sketch show "Nick Swardson's Pretend Time" for its second season on Wednesday, October 5 at p.
Also this month, "Weird Al" Yankovic premieres his first televised concert special in over a decade! Fans can celebrate their continued love of Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny when "Year of the Fan" continues with the fall season premiere of "South Park" on Wednesday, October 5 at p.
The always unpredictable boys will be up to no good for the monumental occasion.
Be a super fan and do not miss out on a single episode! Nick Swardson's twisted world of trust fund kitties, cereal character Mr.
It's time for the revolution! Keep the party going and make sure to tune-in Thursdays at p.
Harry and Cedric Diggory are competing against each other in the Triwizard Tournament, and even though the contest is every wizard for themselves, Cedric disregards his advantage in order to support Harry by telling him to open his Egg clue under water.
Shot this summer at the venerable Massey Hall in Toronto during Weird Al's tour to support the release of "Alpocalypse" his first full-length studio album in nearly five years , "'Weird Al' Yankovic Live!
The gloriously ribald Scotsman and "Late Late Show's" host Craig Ferguson takes to the stage in this all-new comedy special for a night of jokes and storytelling peppered with the kinds of words he is not allowed to say on network TV.
Before a hootin' and hollerin' Nashville audience, Ferguson tackles every topic from celebrity sex scandals, to booze, to his own hilarious heavy metal past. The "South Park" boys go 8-bit and delve into the world of gaming.