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"Entertainment Tonight," which has charted the industry...

May 07, 1989

"Entertainment Tonight," which has charted the industry news in Hollywood for the past eight years, makes some news of its own this week.

Come Friday at 7 p.m. on Channel 4, the syndicated series--which premiered Sept. 14, 1981--will celebrate its 2,000th show.

The half-hour telecast will include a series retrospective hosted by Bob Hope, a segment spotlighting people who appeared on "ET" before they became big stars, and a talk with Richard Chamberlain, the first celebrity interviewed on the show.

In addition, "Entertainment This Week" will devote its entire hour to show No. 2,000 next Sunday at 6 p.m. on Channel 4.

The weekday edition of "ET" is hosted by Mary Hart and John Tesh. Robb Weller and Leeza Gibbons emcee "Entertainment This Week."

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