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September 12, 2012 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Kathy Bates has beaten cancer yet again, she revealed Wednesday. "Hey All, sorry for the long silence," she said in a two-part Twitter message. "I was diagnosed with breast cancer 2 months ago & am recovering from a double mastectomy. ... I don't miss my breasts as much as I miss Harry's Law. ;-) Thanks for all the sweet tweets. Y'all kept me going. " The "Titanic" actress was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2003, an experience she discussed in the video above, for the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance.
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February 2, 2013 | By Greg Braxton, Los Angeles Times
Hot seats don't come much hotter than the one at center stage of TNT's new medical series "Monday Mornings. " Anchoring the drama are the morbidity and mortality forums in which doctors at fictional Chelsea General Hospital face-off against their colleagues as they justify their treatment of patients. The behind-closed-doors sessions are frequently brutal, as trauma surgeons, specialists and physicians are subjected to often-withering criticisms from their peers as they defend life-and-death decisions made under extreme pressure.
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July 31, 2012
Add Jon Stewart to the growing chorus of critics displeased with NBC's coverage of the London Olympic games . He opened Monday night's “Daily Show” with a segment blasting the network's decision to edit a moving tribute to the victims of the 7/7 London bombings out of the opening ceremony, only to replace it with Ryan Seacrest's singularly pointless interview with swimming champ Michael Phelps. Stewart praised the ceremonies, conceived by Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle, as an “incredible, cheeky at times, poignant spectacle,” but was infuriated by NBC's insensitive editing of them.
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September 13, 2012
Early color film revived The earliest movies known to be shot in color have been revived by film archivists, who on Wednesday gave an audience at London's Science Museum a glimpse at cinema's first attempts to show us the world as we see it. The obscure film segments were long considered failed prototypes, blurry flickers of color seen by no more than a handful of people before being consigned to an archive. But the National Media Museum in the northern England city of Bradford said digitization had effectively rescued the footage, unlocking remarkably modern-looking images created more than a century ago. The scenes, screened at the Science Museum, ranged from roughly five to 40 seconds and showed a parrot, a London street scene, and three smiling children sitting around a table covered with a burgundy cloth batting at a goldfish bowl with large sunflowers.
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May 15, 2011 | Scott Collins, Los Angeles Times
Can women save NBC? The network is making a big bet that the route to its long-needed comeback will come through female-skewing scripted series, with a just-announced fall TV schedule that will include a new Wednesday comedy block as well as 10 p.m. dramas every weeknight. The biggest surprise from Bob Greenblatt, the former Showtime programming chief assembling his first lineup as NBC's entertainment president, is opening Wednesday nights with two new comedies, "Up All Night" with Christina Applegate and "Free Agents" with Hank Azaria and Kathryn Hahn in an adaptation of a British series.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 2, 2013 | By Greg Braxton, Los Angeles Times
Hot seats don't come much hotter than the one at center stage of TNT's new medical series "Monday Mornings. " Anchoring the drama are the morbidity and mortality forums in which doctors at fictional Chelsea General Hospital face-off against their colleagues as they justify their treatment of patients. The behind-closed-doors sessions are frequently brutal, as trauma surgeons, specialists and physicians are subjected to often-withering criticisms from their peers as they defend life-and-death decisions made under extreme pressure.
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February 19, 2012 | By Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times Television Critic
In the endless prelude to the premiere of "Smash," the hand-wringing over the state of NBC was something to behold. After canning "Prime Suspect," its big ticket fall show, in what can be called only a panic, and bombing with its presumed John Grisham shoo-in "The Firm," the network needs a hit more than a flower needs rain, etc. Obviously NBC is hoping that "Smash" will be that hit, pouring money into the sort of ad campaign usually reserved for...
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February 3, 2012 | By Joe Flint, Los Angeles Times
NBC is banking on a musical about a tragic icon for a reversal of its own misfortunes. In its biggest gamble since betting on Jay Leno in prime time, NBC on Monday will debut "Smash," an ambitious drama about turning Marilyn Monroe's life into a Broadway musical with soaring song and dance numbers. "Smash" has an all-star lineup in front of and behind the camera. It stars Debra Messing, Anjelica Huston and Katharine McPhee and was created by playwright Theresa Rebeck. Producers include Steven Spielberg, Tony Award-winning composer Marc Shaiman, and Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, producers of the Oscar-winning "Chicago.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 14, 2011
SERIES Inside the Actors Studio: Bradley Cooper, who got his master's degree at the Actors Studio when it was affiliated with The New School, sits down with host James Lipton to discuss a career that's spanned stage, film and television (7 p.m. Bravo). Shatner's Raw Nerve: LeVar Burton, who starred in "Roots" and "Start Trek: The Next Generation," has some couch time with the original Enterprise caption, then, in the season finale, Shatner reunites with his "Star Trek" co-star Walter Koenig for a heated conversation (7:30 p.m. Biography)
ENTERTAINMENT
September 13, 2012
Early color film revived The earliest movies known to be shot in color have been revived by film archivists, who on Wednesday gave an audience at London's Science Museum a glimpse at cinema's first attempts to show us the world as we see it. The obscure film segments were long considered failed prototypes, blurry flickers of color seen by no more than a handful of people before being consigned to an archive. But the National Media Museum in the northern England city of Bradford said digitization had effectively rescued the footage, unlocking remarkably modern-looking images created more than a century ago. The scenes, screened at the Science Museum, ranged from roughly five to 40 seconds and showed a parrot, a London street scene, and three smiling children sitting around a table covered with a burgundy cloth batting at a goldfish bowl with large sunflowers.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 12, 2012 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Kathy Bates has beaten cancer yet again, she revealed Wednesday. "Hey All, sorry for the long silence," she said in a two-part Twitter message. "I was diagnosed with breast cancer 2 months ago & am recovering from a double mastectomy. ... I don't miss my breasts as much as I miss Harry's Law. ;-) Thanks for all the sweet tweets. Y'all kept me going. " The "Titanic" actress was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2003, an experience she discussed in the video above, for the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 31, 2012
Add Jon Stewart to the growing chorus of critics displeased with NBC's coverage of the London Olympic games . He opened Monday night's “Daily Show” with a segment blasting the network's decision to edit a moving tribute to the victims of the 7/7 London bombings out of the opening ceremony, only to replace it with Ryan Seacrest's singularly pointless interview with swimming champ Michael Phelps. Stewart praised the ceremonies, conceived by Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle, as an “incredible, cheeky at times, poignant spectacle,” but was infuriated by NBC's insensitive editing of them.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 19, 2012 | By Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times Television Critic
In the endless prelude to the premiere of "Smash," the hand-wringing over the state of NBC was something to behold. After canning "Prime Suspect," its big ticket fall show, in what can be called only a panic, and bombing with its presumed John Grisham shoo-in "The Firm," the network needs a hit more than a flower needs rain, etc. Obviously NBC is hoping that "Smash" will be that hit, pouring money into the sort of ad campaign usually reserved for...
ENTERTAINMENT
February 3, 2012 | By Joe Flint, Los Angeles Times
NBC is banking on a musical about a tragic icon for a reversal of its own misfortunes. In its biggest gamble since betting on Jay Leno in prime time, NBC on Monday will debut "Smash," an ambitious drama about turning Marilyn Monroe's life into a Broadway musical with soaring song and dance numbers. "Smash" has an all-star lineup in front of and behind the camera. It stars Debra Messing, Anjelica Huston and Katharine McPhee and was created by playwright Theresa Rebeck. Producers include Steven Spielberg, Tony Award-winning composer Marc Shaiman, and Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, producers of the Oscar-winning "Chicago.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 18, 2012
SERIES Whitney: Whitney and Lily (Whitney Cummings, Zoe Lister Jones) plan Lily's wedding in this new episode (8 p.m. NBC). American Idol: Hopefuls perform for the judges in Savannah, Ga., in the season premiere (8 p.m. Fox). Criminal Minds: Rossi (Joe Mantegna) and his colleagues suspect that the Zodiac Killer might have resurfaced in San Francisco when some new bodies turn up with signs of the notorious serial murderer's work, while Reid and Prentiss (Matthew Gray Gubler, Paget Brewster)
NEWS
May 15, 2011 | Scott Collins, Los Angeles Times
Can women save NBC? The network is making a big bet that the route to its long-needed comeback will come through female-skewing scripted series, with a just-announced fall TV schedule that will include a new Wednesday comedy block as well as 10 p.m. dramas every weeknight. The biggest surprise from Bob Greenblatt, the former Showtime programming chief assembling his first lineup as NBC's entertainment president, is opening Wednesday nights with two new comedies, "Up All Night" with Christina Applegate and "Free Agents" with Hank Azaria and Kathryn Hahn in an adaptation of a British series.
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