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November 1, 2011
SERIES Unguarded: Jonathan Hock directs this new documentary about Chris Herren, a promising basketball stars who was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in 1999, but drug and alcohol addiction plagued his career and nearly killed him (5 p.m. ESPN). NCIS: When her current husband is kidnapped, the ex-wife (Melinda McGraw) of both Gibbs and Fornell (Mark Harmon, Joe Spano) asks the NCIS team to help track him down. Cote de Pablo and Michael Weatherly also star (8 p.m. CBS). Man Up!
September 19, 2010
SUNDAY "The Great Food Truck Race," the reality competition that gives new meaning to "meals on wheels," rolls into New York City for its season finale, and host Tyler Florence will be there to tip the winning team a tidy $50,000. (Food, 9 p.m.) She won "American Idol," starred in her own TV-movie bio-pic, trod the boards on Broadway and has endured enough personal travails to rival an R&B diva twice her age. She's Fantasia Barrino, back for a second season of "Fantasia for Real.
November 17, 2008 | SCOTT COLLINS
By spring 2007, the CBS drama "NCIS" looked to have run out of luck. The show, about a team of special agents who investigate Navy crimes, had become a stalwart of the CBS lineup, even though it never attracted the media buzz enjoyed by many far less popular shows. But a poisonous rift with star Mark Harmon led to the sudden and unceremonious departure of co-creator Don Bellisario, who happens to be one of the most successful producers in TV history (his credits include "Magnum, P.I."
May 8, 2007 | Lynn Smith
Neither Donald P. Bellisario nor Mark Harmon was commenting Monday about the news that Bellisario would be stepping down as executive producer of the CBS series he created four years ago, "NCIS." CBS Paramount Network Television confirmed over the weekend that Bellisario would be leaving to develop two projects that are part of his overall development deal with the studio. A successor to Bellisario was not immediately named.
March 22, 2007 | Mark Sachs
THERE aren't many actresses with graduate degrees, yet Pauley Perrette's master's in criminology -- which jibes nicely with her role as forensics queen Abby Sciuto on "NCIS" (Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on CBS) -- only scratches the surface of her depths. There are her poetry and spoken-word gigs, a music CD and the documentary she's doing on civil-rights lawyer Mark Lane. So how does the Hollywood resident describe herself? In a word: "Simple."
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