June 15, 2012 |
Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 10 - 16 in PDF format TV listings for the week of June 10 - 16 in PDF format are also available here This week's TV Movies This Morning Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Adam Sandler; Justin Bieber; Norah Jones. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC KTLA Morning News (N) 7 a.m. KTLA Good Morning America The Beach Boys perform; Chris Evert and John McEnroe.
July 11, 2011
SERIES James May Drinks to Britain: Your host bends an elbow in this spirited new travelogue (7:20 and 10:20 p.m. BBC America). Inside the Actors Studio: "Friends'" Jennifer Aniston discusses her career with host James Lipton (8 p.m. Bravo). Eureka: The quirky series returns with new episodes (8 p.m. Syfy), followed by the season premiere of "Warehouse 13" (9 p.m.). Man vs. Wild: Jake Gyllenhaal joins host Bear Grylls in Iceland in the season premiere of the outdoor adventure series (9 p.m. Discovery)
October 22, 2007 |
BRIDGEHAMPTON, Long Island -- Regular viewers of "Inside the Actors Studio," now in its 13th year on Bravo, know a few things about James Lipton. He has acted on the soap opera "Guiding Light"; his wife, Kedakai, won't allow him to get a tattoo; he flies planes and rides horses; and he treats the interview process as a sacred art, preparing questions for weeks, whether his guest be Charlie Sheen or Al Pacino.
February 21, 2007 |
'SHE'S going to give us good popcorn, fresh," James Lipton announces, "because she loves the show." He's right on both counts: The young woman behind the snack counter goes to the popper to fill two bags with the most freshly popped corn, then says that yes, indeed, she adores "Inside the Actors Studio," especially his interview with Angelina Jolie. Told that Lipton is about to have Diana Ross on, she asks if he's seen "Dreamgirls."
October 8, 2004 |
By now, everyone knows it isn't cool to still be a fan of Bravo's long-running interview show, "Inside the Actors Studio." For one thing, the sucking up of its host, the bearded oddity James Lipton, has been so over-the-top for so long that even the lampoons of him on "Saturday Night Live" and "The Simpsons" don't look like exaggerations. The website jumptheshark.com has a running debate on when, not whether, the show became a spoof of its former greatness.
October 14, 2002 |
With the Bravo network's new series "Second City Presents ... With Bill Zehme," comedy has its own "Inside the Actors Studio." The host, a much taller, clean-shaven, more ebullient version of James Lipton, devotes each one-hour episode to one comedian or comic actor. Eschewing Lipton's signature blue note cards, Zehme consults his "Big Book of Comedy" to chart that performer's career, which is illuminated by conversation and illustrated with representative film clips.