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AP Television WriterNEW YORK - Network executives spend much of their time this month in darkened rooms, watching pilots for new shows and guessing which can become hits. Some of the guesswork is gone at CBS and NBC, where additional spinoffs of "CSI: Crime Scene...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday March 9, 2001 Like many ambitious, provocative films, "15 Minutes" is a bit of a mess. Both audacious and unwieldy, exciting and excessive, this dark thriller is too long, too violent and not always convincing. But at the same time, there's...
Sun-SentinelThe coming week used to be among the most exciting all year in TV, the industry's equivalent to Fashion Week. The process is almost the same. Each day starting Monday, one or two networks will parade their fall schedules for buyers, in this case,...
Courant TV CriticTony Kornheiser already has quite a TV presence as the co-host of "Pardon the Interruption" weekdays on ESPN. But the Washington Post columnist gets a different kind of TV exposure when he's played by Jason Alexander (of "Seinfeld" fame) in the new sitcom...
From RedEyeIf the past is any indication, one sure step toward TV success is starting the title of your new drama with "CSI." The original "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" ranks as TV's top-rated scripted show. Two years ago, its first offshoot "CSI: Miami" followed...
Tribune arts criticMoody and taciturn, Steppenwolf Theatre co-founder Gary Sinise makes for an ideal addition to the "CSI" stable. As lead detective in the latest spinoff of the hit crime juggernaut, "CSI: NY" (9 p.m. Wednesday, WBBM-Ch. 2), Sinise comes with an air of...
Tags: Death, Gary Sinise, David Caruso, Entertainment, Hill Harper
Even if you finish "American Idol" in second place, life gets very busy very fast. Just ask Katharine McPhee. The FOX singing competition's runner-up from last season is in high demand for Christmas appearances. One program she agreed to do is "The 8th...
Zap2It.comDead bodies are an everyday occurrence on the set of "CSI: NY" -- except when they're real. On Tuesday, Sept. 12, an actual mummified body was found inside of a Los Angeles building where the show was filming an episode that just happened to center on...
Zap2ItHe's not exactly Harry Potter, but young adventurer Percy has had his own following through a series of books, and he brings his exploits to the screen in this caper. Played by Logan Lerman ("Jack & Bobby"), the contemporary Percy discovers that his...
AP Television WriterNEW YORK (AP) — Friday marked the final flicker of CBS' "Guiding Light," as that venerable daytime drama logged its farewell hour after 72 years on the air. The last episode took an upbeat, life-affirming tone, complete with a scene that gathered...
Trick or Treat with Jamie Lee Curtis at the Children Affected by AIDS Foundation's Dream Halloween Los Angeles The Children Affected by AIDS Foundation, Host Jamie Lee Curtis and Honorary Event Chairs Dylan and Cole Sprouse welcome families and friends...
Tags: Jason Priestley, AIDS, Children, Halloween, Holidays
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