Three of TV's prime-time stars step out...

Three of TV's prime-time stars step out of their series roles for a new movie rolled out by NBC.

Ken Olin of "thirtysomething" and Ron Perlman of "Beauty and the Beast" (seen on the cover) are joined by Jill Eikenberry of "L.A. Law" for "A Stoning in Fulham County," airing Monday at 9 p.m. on Channels 4, 36 and 39.

The drama deals with a county prosecutor (Olin) who takes four teen-age boys to trial for their involvement in the death of an Amish child. Perlman portrays the infant's father and Eikenberry plays Olin's wife.

Jud Kinberg and Jackson Gillis wrote the teleplay for "Fulham County," which was directed by Larry Elikann.

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