TNT signed Reggie Miller as an NBA analyst. — Get out the wacky weed. VH1 Classic is celebrating the 36th anniversary of Woodstock this weekend with a marathon showing of "Woodstock" and interviews with music icons from "The Dick Cavett Show." — Showtime picked up rights to the sexy, burlesque show and global phenom "Suicide Girls." The doc "Suicidegirls: The First Tour" will premiere in Nov and be released on DVD Aug 30. — Music Choice’s audio music channels now reach 40mln HHs. — It was a no-brainer for the YES Net promotions dept. Spots next month heralding the arrival of legendary announcer Marv Albert were taped in Central Park Wed, playing off Albert’s famed "Yes!" calls. — Steve Harvey returns to host BET’s "’05 Comedy Awards" (Sept 27). — INHD says it’s secured a partnership with M101 Productions for a series of music specials beyond the 1st concert with Al Green (tomorrow, 9pm, INHD2). — For the 1st time, every ABC Sports, ESPN and ESPN2 Little League World Series coverage is available in HD. — Hallmark re-runs its acclaimed ratings hit "A Man Who Became Pope" Sun, 9am. — More proof "Melrose Pl" isn’t dead. ABC Family’s signed hunk Grant Show to guest as Daphne Zuniga’s ex-hubby on series "Beautiful People’s" season finale (Sept 26). — Kiefer Sutherland will narrate Discovery’s 9-11 doc "The Flight that Fought Back." — Comedy Central ordered a second season of the game show "Distraction" (14 eps).

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