In the wake of Whitney Houston’s death on Saturday, networks have already started announcing various tributes that will air for the singer this week. Here’s a look at the latest:
3 p.m. VH1 airs an hour-long block of Houston’s best music videos.
3:30 p.m.: BET has “Celebration of Gospel 2011,” which has Houston’s last televised performance.
7 p.m.: Lester Holt anchors a special on “Dateline,” which looks back at Houston’s life.
8 p.m.: Jennifer Hudson performs a tribute to the singer on the Grammy Awards on CBS.
All day: VH1 Soul, Centric, and MTV Jams feature Houston’s memorable music video moments
10 a.m.: “Big Morning Buzz Live” on VH1 has commentary from perofrmers and executives who attended the Grammy Awards
6 p.m.: BET has a special three-hour episode of “106 & Park” (at 6) honoring Houston’s life and legacy
8 p.m.: Lifetime will air “The Bodyguard” (at 8), the famed movie starring Houston and Kevin Costner.
9:30 p.m.: VH1 news special “Whitney Houston Death of a Diva” (at 9:30) takes a look back at her life, and has reactions from people in the music industry.
Noon: VH1 Classic hosts a three-hour “A to Z Whitney Houston video” retrospective.
9 p.m.: TV One airs “Reflections of Whitney,” a music video special looking back at Houston’s popular performances and songs.
9 p.m. “E! News Special: Whitney Houston: Last Days of a Legend,” hosted by Giuliana Rancic, chronicles the singer’s personal life and career.
9 p.m.: OWN has “Remembering Whitney: The Oprah Interview,” as Oprah talks about her own memories of Houston and shows her last interview with the singer.
VH1 hasn’t confirmed a time yet, but will have a special looking back at Houston’s legacy, with footage of her appearance on “VH1 Honors” in 1996, and “VH1 Divas” in 1999 and 2003.