The New York Post reports Justin Timberlake’s NBC special is now on again in November – but will air on the 28th, two nights after the end of sweeps. NBC said last week it was putting the special, ‘Justin Timberlake: Down Home in Memphis,’ off until December. It was originally scheduled to air November 25, but insiders say it was simply not good enough to air during sweeps. The program has the *NSYNC star taking audiences into his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee for a night of music and memories. Timberlake will host a personal tour of his hometown, highlighting Memphis’ musical legacy and perform several of his biggest hits from his multi-platinum debut solo album ‘Justified,’ including ‘Rock Your Body,’ and ‘Cry Me a River,’ as well as ‘Let’s Stay Together.’ Additionally, Justin shares the stage with special guests Black Eyed Peas for a performance of their hit song ‘Where is the Love’ and performs a very special rendition of ‘Let’s Stay Together’ with the legendary Reverend Al Green.