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November 6, 2001 | HOWARD ROSENBERG, TIMES TELEVISION CRITIC
We know that demonically seductive "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" can carry an hour by smoothly mingling humor, action and poignancy. But can it carry a tune? You'll find out tonight when this unique series, still endearing, smart and effortlessly witty after relocating to UPN from the WB, presents a musical that becomes the hour's plot. One moment Sarah Michelle Gellar's benevolent and resourceful Buffy is saving the world, the next singing and dancing.
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November 8, 2001 | GEORGE RAMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With a touch of Tinseltown pageantry, organizers of the 70th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade went out of their way Wednesday to say that the two-mile procession will go on as scheduled Nov. 25 despite security concerns after the East Coast terrorist attacks.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 13, 2013 | By Matt Cooper
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 10 - 16, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   SERIES "Community" The gang tries to get to the bottom of Chang's (Ken Jeong) "Chang-nesia" in this new episode. 8 p.m. NBC "American Idol" Previous winner Phillip Phillips and Bon Jovi perform on the results show. 8 p.m. Fox 'American Idol' recap: Nicki Minaj is late for live top 10   "Braxton Family Values" The reality series featuring singer Toni Braxton and her kin returns with new episodes.
NEWS
September 22, 2013 | By Ellen Olivier
Hollywood denizens have been partying all weekend leading up to Sunday's Emmy Awards ceremony. All the Rage has the skinny on a few of them in this and other reports. The event: Variety & Women in Film celebrated TV's biggest weekend with Friday's salute to the 2013 female nominees. The crowd: Female nominees, presenters and other top-level women in the entertainment industry, as well as a respectable number of VIP gents, including among others, Jane Lynch, Jenna Ushkowitz and Dot-Marie Jones of “Glee;” Julie Bowen, Sarah Hyland, Ty Burrell, Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson of “Modern Family;” Elisabeth Moss, Kiernan Shipka, Jessica Paré, Linda Cardellini and Harry Hamlin of “Mad Men;” Sharon Lawrence and Sasha Alexander of “Rizzoli & Isles;” Nikki Reed of “The Twilight Saga,” Scott Bakula of “Behind the Candelabra,” Connie Britton of “Nashville,” Anna Chlumsky of “Veep,” Annet Mahendru of “The Americans,” Jon Cryer of “Two and a Half Men,” Dan Bucatinsky of “Scandal,” Karina Smirnoff of “Dancing With the Stars,” Laura Prepon of “Orange Is the New Black,” Mehcad Brooks of “Necessary Roughness,” Michelle Trachtenberg of “Killing Kennedy,” Raquel Welch of “House of Versace,” Roma Downey of “The Bible” and Sam Trammell of “True Blood.” The setting: Scarpetta at the Montage Beverly Hills, where guests spilled from the restaurant into the bar and onto the patios...
ENTERTAINMENT
April 1, 2007 | ELIZABETH SNEAD
A few of Rita Wilson's famous friends -- Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, Sandra Oh, Arianna Huffington, Allison Janney, Nia Vardalos, Rob Reiner and Kate Capshaw -- showed up to see her in the new play "Distracted" at the Mark Taper Forum last Sunday. Her hubby, 1. Tom Hanks, did a quick paparazzi pose, and 2. Steven Spielberg stopped long enough to sign a few autographs on the way in. Fashion Week party people -- L.A. Fashion Week is way more than back-to-back runway shows.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 2005 | Kevin Thomas, Times Staff Writer
A poetic fable that takes a subtle approach to an explosive subject, Gregg Araki's "Mysterious Skin" takes the viewer to bucolic Hutchinson, Kan., where one fateful sunny day two 8-year-olds are playing in a Little League game. Dark-haired, self-confident Neil (Chase Ellison), the star player, has become aware that he is different and that the immediate object of his attraction is the team's coach (Bill Sage).
ENTERTAINMENT
September 23, 2009 | ROBERT LLOYD, TELEVISION CRITIC
In its first season without "ER," NBC is mounting two new medical shows. Neither focuses on doctors, however, which some may consider a relief. (I try not to focus on doctors myself.) "Trauma," which begins next week, is about EMTs in San Francisco; "Mercy," which begins tonight, follows a group of Jersey City nurses whose often messy private lives are interrupted regularly by their often thankless jobs. Haughty patient: "Nurses! What are you good for anyway?" Nurse Veronica: "Well, we do try to keep the doctors from killing you."
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