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HEALTH
April 9, 2007 | Marc Siegel, Special to The Times
"Jericho," CBS, March 28, 8 p.m. The premise: Dr. April Green, who is 16 weeks pregnant, passes out while treating refugees in the post-apocalyptic world of Jericho, Kan. Upon awakening, she begins to experience uterine contractions. The staff lacks both a diagnostic ultrasound machine and the drug ritodrine, which could stop the contractions.
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BUSINESS
May 30, 2007 | Richard Verrier, Times Staff Writer
On a dusty hilltop in Simi Valley, David Naylor and a camera crew were zeroing in on Jake Green, the wayward son of the mayor of a small town that has been isolated by a nuclear holocaust. Naylor, wearing hiking boots and khaki pants, peered into a viewfinder as the hero talked about a fierce battle that had just been waged with rival militias, an Abrams M-1A1 tank parked on a hill in the background. But this wasn't a shoot for "Jericho."
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November 9, 2006 | From City News Service
The long-running comedy "The King of Queens" will return to the CBS schedule on Dec. 6 with successive original episodes from 8 to 9 p.m., replacing the first-year drama "Jericho," which will return in February, the network said Wednesday. "The King of Queens" was left off CBS' fall schedule after eight seasons but received a 13-episode order as a backup series. Two episodes will also air Dec. 13 and one each Dec. 20 and Dec. 27. The remaining episodes will be broadcast in 2007.
HEALTH
April 9, 2007 | Marc Siegel, Special to The Times
"Jericho," CBS, March 28, 8 p.m. The premise: Dr. April Green, who is 16 weeks pregnant, passes out while treating refugees in the post-apocalyptic world of Jericho, Kan. Upon awakening, she begins to experience uterine contractions. The staff lacks both a diagnostic ultrasound machine and the drug ritodrine, which could stop the contractions.
BUSINESS
May 30, 2007 | Richard Verrier, Times Staff Writer
On a dusty hilltop in Simi Valley, David Naylor and a camera crew were zeroing in on Jake Green, the wayward son of the mayor of a small town that has been isolated by a nuclear holocaust. Naylor, wearing hiking boots and khaki pants, peered into a viewfinder as the hero talked about a fierce battle that had just been waged with rival militias, an Abrams M-1A1 tank parked on a hill in the background. But this wasn't a shoot for "Jericho."
NEWS
November 9, 2006 | From City News Service
The long-running comedy "The King of Queens" will return to the CBS schedule on Dec. 6 with successive original episodes from 8 to 9 p.m., replacing the first-year drama "Jericho," which will return in February, the network said Wednesday. "The King of Queens" was left off CBS' fall schedule after eight seasons but received a 13-episode order as a backup series. Two episodes will also air Dec. 13 and one each Dec. 20 and Dec. 27. The remaining episodes will be broadcast in 2007.
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