Senator Ted Kennedy, the youngest of the Kennedy brothers, passed away late Tuesday night at the age of 77 after battling cancer.
Senator Ted Kennedy, the youngest of the Kennedy brothers, passed away late Tuesday night at the age of 77 after battling cancer. TV networks have quickly planned various tributes and specials about the late politician, and here's where you can find them (all times are EDT):
Tonight, Wednesday, Aug. 26:
6:30 p.m. — On NBC, Brian Williams will anchor a one-hour NBC Nightly News from Kennedy's town, Hyannis Port, MA.
7 p.m. — CNN will show a replay of the HBO documentary Teddy: In His Own Words, hosted by Campbell Brown.
8 p.m. — CBS News will air a one-hour primetime special titled "Ted Kennedy, the Last Brother" which "will look at the legacy of the long-time senator and patriarch of the famous political dynasty."
10 p.m. — ABC News will have "Remembering Ted Kennedy," anchored from Hyannis Port by World News's Charles Gibson.
11 p.m. — On MSNBC, Chris Matthews will host a presentation of The Kennedy Brothers: A Hardball Documentary, which had been scheduled to run Aug. 27, but was rescheduled after Kennedy's death.