9:00am
Gangland: Dog Fights
10:00am
Gangland: Code of Conduct
11:00am
Gangland: Wild Boyz
12:00pm
Gangland: Klan of Killers
1:00pm
Gangland: Mile High Killers
2:00pm
Gangsters: America’s Most Evil : King Blood: Luis Felipe
3:00pm
Gangsters: America’s Most Evil : Thelma Wright
4:00pm
Cops O: Tell It To My Wife
8:00pm
Cops O: Facebook Fury
8:30pm
Cops O: Tell It To My Wife
1:00am
1:30am
2:00am
2:30am
3:00am
3:30am
5:00am
Cops O: Cruisin' the Neighborhood
5:00am
Cops O: Step Away from the Cutlery
5:00am
Cops O: Tazed and Confused
5:00am
Cops O: Put Your Clothes Back On
5:00am
Paid Programming - Cont
5:00am
Paid Program (30)
5:00am
Paid Program (30)
9:00am
Big Daddy (1999)
11:00am
Tommy Boy (1995)
1:30pm
Cops O: That's My Grill
2:00pm
Cops O: Sucker Punch
3:30pm
Cops O: Doggie Paddle
4:00pm
Cops O: Facebook Fury
5:30pm
Jail: Las Vegas
8:00pm
Cops O: Sidewalk Licker

Bieber Meets Bot And A Roundup Of CES Celebrities

by DanSeitz   January 13, 2012 at 12:00PM  |  Views: 7,422
A trade show draws celebrities of all stripes. So who made CES ... and what were they selling? Check out our roundup below. (All images: Getty)




Justin Bieber introduced mRobo, a dancing robot. Though, if you know a tween, you were already aware of this.





Try as he might, Justin Timberlake could not bring MySpace back. (He was there to help introduce MySpace TV.)





Ryan Seacrest helped Ballmer and co. announce "Microsoft, out" at their final CES keynote.





In other "American Idol" news, Kelly Clarkson closed Sony's presentation Monday night, creating the most awkward photo-op of all time with CEO Howard Stringer.





Grover, by far the biggest star in our books, was at the Qualcomm keynote to introduce a Sesame Street game.





will.i.am closed the Intel CES presentation, straight cheesin'.





Will Smith and gadget-guru-slash-famous-Hollywood-director Barry Sonnenfeld were on hand to preview their new Sony film, "Men In Black 3." And share a giggle.





50 Cent was there promoting his Sync by 50 line of headphones, just like...





Ludacris, who was also selling a line of headphones.





LL Cool J was there selling his music software, Boomdizzle, and completing the techy-rapper trifecta.

THE DAILY FOUR