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March 15, 1990 | From United Press International
CBS told its advertisers and their agencies Wednesday that it was taking aim on the young crowd with prime shows in development for the 1990-91 season that were animated, musical and featured stand-up comics. Jeff Sagansky, new president of CBS Entertainment, and Peter Tortorici, senior vice president of program planning, outlined the third-place network's "game plan" for the coming season, describing 23 pilots under consideration.
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 22, 1993 | DANIEL CERONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the nearly two years since CBS Entertainment President Jeff Sagansky told a press conference that the network had signed the original cast of the smash Western miniseries "Lonesome Dove" to star in a sequel for 1992, word about the project has been quieter than a tumbleweed blowing through a ghost town. Finally, however, cameras are scheduled to roll in June, most likely in Montana, on "Return to Lonesome Dove," to air on CBS in November. But not with the original cast.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 6, 2001 | JOSH FRIEDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"NYPD Blue," whose ninth season starts tonight (9 ABC), has kept its edge despite the most cast changes this side of the original "Law & Order." The rock of stability, of course, is Dennis Franz as the dedicated but tortured Det. Andy Sipowicz, a fixture of the 15th Precinct squad from the start. In tonight's crisp two-hour premiere, we meet his next partner, Mark-Paul Gosselaar as John Clark Jr., the son of Sipowicz's old nemesis from another precinct.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 28, 2003 | Manohla Dargis, Times Staff Writer
In "Poolhall Junkies" someone always seems to be telling the young pool shark played by Mars Callahan that he's a natural. "You have the ability to be the best," growls the owner of a local pool hall, a pugnacious old-timer played with characteristic intemperance by the late Rod Steiger. "If you think you're a loser, you will be a loser."
ENTERTAINMENT
October 12, 2001 | BRIAN LOWRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Having gotten off to a disappointing start to the new television season, ABC is quickly undertaking a major overhaul of its prime-time schedule, canceling the sitcom "What About Joan" and reassigning "NYPD Blue" to Tuesday nights at 9 in an attempt to bolster series co-creator Steven Bochco's new legal drama "Philly." As part of the restructured lineup, the new ABC comedy "Bob Patterson," starring "Seinfeld" alumnus Jason Alexander, will in a few weeks move to Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m.
SPORTS
April 16, 1989 | RICH ROBERTS, Times Staff Writer
To Trans-Am drivers, Shoreline Drive is just another street of broken dreams. That's where Scott Pruett ran out of gas a lap short of winning last year's race, a supporting feature to the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, and Saturday, Les Lindley of Anaheim found fate on the hairpin that switches from the east-bound lanes to west-bound. Lindley, 48, has driven 78 Trans-Am races, more than anyone except Jim Derhaag of Chaska, Minn. with 81, but he had never won. Cruising in his Camaro with a 13.7-second lead over Irv Hoerr of Peoria, Ill., in an Oldsmobile Cutlass, Lindley seemed a sure thing as the race wound down to its 60-lap (100.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 18, 1994 | Judy Brennan
When "Blue Sky" opened Friday, it was not particularly a day for its studio, Orion Pictures, to celebrate. The Tony Richardson-directed drama, which stars Jessica Lange and Tommy Lee Jones, is the last film produced by Orion--a studio that has been limping along since it emerged from bankruptcy on Nov. 5, 1992.
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