December 6, 2011
SERIES A Night at the Movies: The new episode "Merry Christmas!" looks at the holiday-themed films including old favorites "Miracle on 34th Street" (which airs at 9 p.m.), "It's a Wonderful Life" and "A Christmas Story" (6 p.m.) (5 and 8 p.m. TCM). 90210: Naomi's (AnnaLynne McCord) boss (Michelle Hurd) asks her to oversee a birthday celebration for Holly (Megalyn Echikunwoke) in this new episode (8 p.m. KTLA). American Chopper: The winner of the ultimate three-way bike build-off is announced (9 p.m. Discovery)
June 29, 2011
TV Highlights Wed June 29, 2011 The Early Show (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Patrick Dempsey and Josh Duhamel; author Linda Hogan. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC Good Morning America (N) 7 a.m. KABC Live With Regis and Kelly Tom Hanks; Ken Jeong; David Cook performs. (N) 9 a.m. KABC The View Chris Rock; Bobby Cannavale. 10 a.m. KABC The Talk Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence; Lisa Hughes. (N) 1 p.m. KCBS Piers Morgan Tonight (N) 6 and 9 p.m. CNN Tavis Smiley Sheila Bair, Michael Krasner.
July 31, 2012 |
Elizabeth Berkley and husband Greg Lauren are the proud parents of a new baby boy. "I am moved to share the birth of our new baby boy Sky Cole Lauren," the "Showgirls" and "Saved by the Bell" actress tweeted Monday. "Thank u for your beautiful wishes and blessings. We r grateful!" Sky weighed in at 8 pounds when he was born July 20, People reported Monday. Mom, incidentally, turned 40 on Saturday. PHOTOS: Hollywood's baby boom "In life there are moments you cherish forever and this is one of them," Berkley told TMZ in March, when she went public with the pregnancy.
August 21, 1998 |
How's this for a dubious comic premise?: Two college roommates, certain to flunk out their first semester, discover an obscure school regulation stating that if one roommate commits suicide, the other roommate automatically gets straight A's. In the dreadful "Dead Man on Campus," which is about as funny as a funeral, the roommates (Tom Everett Scott, Mark-Paul Gosselaar) aren't even trying to drive each other to suicide--that might have had bleakly comic possibilities.
September 24, 2002 |
Summer is over but temperatures are still running high in the 15th Precinct, home of "NYPD Blue." Andy Sipowicz (Dennis Franz) is marked for death after roughing up the girlfriend of a ruthless, drug-dealing pimp called Money T. Sipowicz's partner, John Clark (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), becomes a suspect in a hooker's murder when his name apparently is found in her appointment book and he lies to internal affairs to cover for his pop, John Clark Sr. (Joe Spano), who also is "on the job."
November 5, 1988 |
A 14-year-old boy sues his divorcing parents in the two-part "Necessary Parties" (tonight and next Saturday at 7 p.m. on Channels 28 and 50, 8 p.m. on Channel 15), the season premiere for the PBS "Wonderworks" series. The boy (Mark Paul Gosselaar) contends that he and his 6-year-old sister (Taylor Fry) are "necessary parties" in the legal action accompanying the divorce and that the impact of the marital split on them is significant enough for the court to intervene.
February 17, 2001 |
"The Princess & the Marine," NBC's fact-based tale of the serviceman who smuggled an Islamic woman into the United States, never approaches royalty. In 1999, Princess Meriam Al-Khalifa (Marisol Nichols), a member of Bahrain's royal family, was a restless teen living a life of luxury in her Persian Gulf island nation, where she felt like a prisoner in her own home.
June 4, 2010
A roundup of Friday morning's arts and entertainment headlines: Miley Cyrus simulates a girl-on-girl kiss on British TV. (Daily Mail) Gary Coleman's funeral takes a turn for the strange -- his parents are fighting, and his former co-starTodd Bridges claims to have a secret will. (Radar Online) McDonald's will recall 12 million "Shrek" glasses because of cadmium risks. (Los Angeles Times) Mark-Paul Gosselaar and his wife split. ( Los Angeles Times) Daniel Craig is in the running to star in the American remake of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo."
October 15, 2013 |
If you ever watched "Saved by the Bell" on NBC in the early '90s, chances are you remember the famous scene where Elizabeth Berkley's character Jessie Spano totally freaks out on caffeine pills. It may have traumatized you as a teen, but if you happen across a rerun of the overly dramatic, soap-tastic moment these days, it will likely make you laugh. Which is exactly why Berkley's re-enactment of the famed scene on "Dancing With the Stars" on Monday night had viewers howling with joy. "I need them.