Isn’t there anything else on?

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What could be better than watching the Super Bowl on Super Bowl Sunday? Just about anything, according to chick channel Lifetime. “Attention all non-football fans,” reads a great press release we just got. “Tune in to Lifetime Television on Sunday February 6th for an alternative to the boring football game and you can finally stop pretending you know which teams are actually playing.” Why not cook up an enormous plate of nachos and settle in with this all-star lineup:

11 a.m.: Lies He Told (“A lawless renegade, wanted by police for his unspeakable crimes, lures a trusting young woman into a secret world of lust and deception”);
1 p.m. Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, miniseries (“She was the twentieth century’s First Lady, and now you can see her for who she really was”);
5 p.m.: Widow on the Hill (“A daughter becomes convinced that her gold-digging stepmother is up to no good and could be a murderess”);
7 p.m.: Another Woman’s Husband (“Laurel confides in Susan about her boyfriend, Jake, while Susan tells Laurel about her declining marriage to Johnny. However, when they discover that the man is one and the same, their friendship is severely tested”);
9 p.m.: The Three Lives of Karen (“When a woman who has amnesia is about to get married, she discovers that she is already married and has a family”).

—Posted by Tim Nudd

@nudd Tim Nudd is a former creative editor of Adweek.