April 21, 2010
Today's Highlights Wednesday, April 21, 2010 SERIES The New Adventures of Old Christine: Christine ( Julia Louis-Dreyfus) gets a notice that her car lease is up and realizes that her life hasn't evolved in the five years she has had the car. Eric McCormack costars as her therapist in this new episode (8 p.m. CBS). American Idol: In this season's "Idol Gives Back" episode, Elton John, Alicia Keys, Carrie Underwood, the Black Eyed Peas, Annie Lennox, Jeff Beck and Joss Stone are scheduled to perform (8 p.m. Fox)
June 18, 2001 |
Its success turned it into something it claimed to despise: a mainstream American commodity, a brand name like IBM, but smaller. And with hippies. Now, enough time and psychic distance has passed since 1967 to make it work as nostalgia. "Hair" is back, with a bang, with a bong, with a fetchingly nostalgic plea for tolerance and peace--and, crucially, with a wealth of high-grade Broadway pop. Continuing through Sunday, this concert-style presentation of Reprise!
October 4, 2009 |
After murdering her children in Euripides' classic "Medea," Annette Bening, with husband Warren Beatty, helped celebrate the launch of UCLA Live's Eighth International Theatre Festival at the play's opening-night party. No matter that the play is nearly 2,500 years old, Claudia Weill said, "the same issues are with us," including "disposability of women." Alan Schwartz, president of the Royce Center Circle, which supports UCLA's performing arts, said that although the university has presented plays for eight years, "Medea" was the first original production to be created by the UCLA Live series.
May 5, 2006
Sorkin's return: The rest of its fall lineup is still being hammered out but NBC said Thursday it would definitely pick up a new series from Aaron Sorkin, creator of "The West Wing," about the making of a late-night comedy show. The stars of "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" will include Matthew Perry, Amanda Peet, Bradley Whitford, D.L. Hughley, Steven Weber and Timothy Busfield.
June 18, 1993
CBS has selected Aug. 1, the night before an industry conference in Los Angeles to discuss TV violence, to rerun "In the Company of Darkness" a TV movies starring Helen Hunt, Jeff Fahey and Steven Weber. As described by CBS, the movie, originally broadcast last January, "revolves around a police rookie whose undercover mission to stop a serial killer uncovers her own dark side,"
March 21, 1990 |
'Wings' Set to Fly: "Wings," a comedy created by former writers and producers of "Cheers," will debut April 19 at 9:30 p.m. on NBC. "Wings" stars Timothy Daly and Steven Weber as brothers who run a fledgling commuter airline on the island of Nantucket. It will replace "Grand" on the schedule, which will complete its 13-week run April 12.