September 7, 2011 |
Reporting from Green Bay, Wis. -- Have the Philadelphia Eagles assembled the "Dream Team," or is this another fantasy football roster built to disappoint? That's just one of the pressing questions heading into this NFL season. A few of the others: Did the lockout truly favor those teams with an established coach and quarterback, or can the teams that really had to cram in this compressed off-season make the grade? Will the Peyton Manning saga be a pain in the neck for the Indianapolis Colts all season?
August 23, 2012 |
“Arrested Development” fans, the wait is (almost) over: The cult favorite will make its highly anticipated return next spring with at least 10 episodes - possibly more. The news, first reported by the Huffington Post , was confirmed by a Netflix spokesperson. Rumors of an “Arrested Development” revival have surfaced repeatedly ever since the critically beloved but but ratings-challenged sitcom was canceled by Fox in 2006. Last year, Mitchell Hurwitz and the entire cast reunited for the first time at the New Yorker Festival, and announced plans for a new, limited-run season and a possible movie.
May 17, 2012 |
The new 2012-13 season at South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa is scheduled to feature recent comedies by Stephen Adly Guirgis and David Henry Hwang, as well as a world-premiere work by playwright Noah Haidle. The season is also to feature plays by Sarah Ruhl, Bill Cain and Samuel D. Hunter. The season is the first to be selected by Marc Masterson , who took over as the company's artistic director in 2011. Guirgis' "The Mother... with the Hat" (Jan. 6 to 27) is tol make its local debut in a production directed by Michael John Garcés.
June 19, 2013 |
Everybody loves to hear a whopper fish tale, and cable channel National Geographic Wild is only too happy to please with the premiere of the new season of its giant fish series, "Monster Fish. " "Monster Fish" stars fish biologist Zeb Hogan, who travels the planet to figure out if these tales of giant fish are real or just legends. This isn't to be confused with "River Monsters," which airs on Animal Planet and follows British fish biologist Jeremy Wade as he travels the planet searching for the truth behind various legendary fish as well.
August 30, 1989 |
On average, fewer than one in five viewers watched the prime-time programming on CBS or ABC last week, according to figures released Tuesday by the A.C. Nielsen Co. Each network accounted for only 18% of the prime-time viewing, while 21% of the audience was watching NBC, which placed six shows among the Top 10 and recorded its 62nd consecutive weekly victory. The full list of ratings is on Page 10.
March 28, 1987 |
The Pacific Chorale has announced a three-concert subscription series for its 1987-88 season at the Orange County Performing Arts Center. In addition, the 140-member chorale will appear on three programs with the Pacific Symphony and in concerts at Hollywood Bowl and in Pasadena and Ojai. Music Director John Alexander will open the subscription series on Nov. 3 with a program entitled "Seas, Ships and Sails."