Long before she was a TV star, Angela Lansbury was a top-flight character actress in the movies. TCM salutes her as the Star of the Month for January. Her movies will play on Wednesdays. First up at 8 o'clock is her debut in "Gaslight," the 1944 thriller that
"CSI" gets a lot of competition. ABC will toss "Revenge" against the CBS drama at 10. Harry Connick Jr. starts a guest-starring role as a prosecutor on NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," also at 10. USA brings back "Royal Pains," also at 10.
TCM concludes its salute to Angela Lansbury, its Star of the Month for January. The channel presents its 2006 "Private Screenings" interview with Lansbury at 8. Then, in an unusual move, the channel presents the TV version of "Sweeney Todd" at 9. The 1982 prod
Neil Patrick Harris of "How I Met Your Mother" will host. The presenters include Ellen Barkin, Candice Bergen, Jessica Chastain, Sheryl Crow, Nick Jonas, Angela Lansbury, James Marsden, Trey Parker, Jim Parsons, Mandy Patinkin, Tyler Perry, Bernadette Peters,
The Tonys will feature a number from "The Book of Mormon," last year's winner for best musical. The charming "Once" seems to have the edge this year in the musical category over Disney's "Newsies." The musical revival contenders are "Follies," "Jesus Christ Su
The other segments on "Rock Center" are Natalie Morales' report on the real estate boom in Miami and Dr. Nancy Snyderman's look at the difficulty of getting blood-marrow donors to live up to their pledges to give.
Audra McDonald left ABC's "Private Practice" to return to the stage for "Porgy and Bess." For her dynamic Bess, she earned a record fifth Tony, tying her with Lansbury and Julie Harris for most wins by an actor.
TV tonight: The NBA Finals got off to a strong start Tuesday as the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder drew 16.2 million viewers. The Thunder took that game and will try to win Game 2, which starts at 9 on ABC. Jimmy Kimmel offers a prime-time special at 8,
The new season of “Downton Abbey” won't arrive until Jan. 6. But PBS offers a retrospective special this weekend. And here's a preview of the new season, based on the thrilling first three hours. Get ready for a wedding or two, a financial crisis,
With the Wizarding World of Harry Potter opening at Universal Orlando (what, you haven't heard?) we have the boy wizard on the brain around here.
Couple that with the recent news that Potter film star Daniel Radcliffe is heading to Broadway next spring...
Identical twins Will and Anthony Nunziata want you to know that in at least one important way they are very different: their living styles. "I love Anthony but we're kind of like Oscar and Felix," TV's neat-and-messy odd couple, Will says....
The Tonys will have Harry Potter — Daniel Radcliffe — as a presenter. The latest celebrties added as presenters include nominee Angela Lansbury (“A Little Night Music”), Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith (producers of best musical nomin
Game 5 in the NBA Finals is likely to be the most-watched program this weekend.Â The Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers, who are tied at two games apiece, go at it at 8 p.m. Sunday on ABC. But you have a lot of other options that night. HBO's “Tr
Broadway uses TV and movie stars to get people to the theater. So it's no surprise that the Tony Awards use TV and movie stars to get people to their TV sets for Broadway's biggest night. You need those big names when going against the NBA Finals and the seaso
The Boston Celtics and Disney-owned ABC were the big winners Sunday night. The Celtics won Game 5 of the NBA Finals over the Los Angeles Lakers and averaged 18.2 million viewers, according to updated ratings released this afternoon.Â The Tony Awards on C
So Catherine Zeta-Jones thinks she has to apologize for her Tony Award acceptance speech Sunday night. (She thinks it was crass. Click here for the New York Daily News “report” on this.) I would rather she apologize for her performance of “Se
With the Wizarding World of Harry Potter opening at Universal Orlando (what, you haven't heard?) we have the boy wizard on the brain around here. Couple that with the recent news that Potter film star Daniel Radcliffe is heading to Broadway next spring to star
The latest sing-along-with-a-musical event is Disney's re-release of “Beauty and the Beast,” timed to celebrate a new video release of the animated classic. It'll be shown by Fathom Events off their pre-show projectors in theaters nationwide (500 s
Tom Bosley was rightly beloved as the charming dad Howard Cunningham on “Happy Days.” But his career spanned a good deal of television history, from “Play of the Week” in 1959 to “One Tree Hill,” “Family Guy” and
The guest list for this year's Kennedy Center Honors is mighty impressive and features the greats of Hollywood, Broadway and Nashville. The event, which was staged Sunday in Washington, will air Dec. 28 on CBS. Early reports put the emphasis on Oprah Winfrey