NOW AVAILABLE ON VIDEO:
MURDER IN SUBURBIA (Series 2/BBC America) A little bit of a more sophisticated "Cagney and Lacey", this series boasts Caroline Catz (as Kate "Ash" Ashurst) and Lisa Faulkner (as Emma "Scribbs" Scribbins), a pair of intelligent and witty sleuths, who tackle six mysteries in this two DVD set. With a sense of humor, a sense of style--and a dose of practical down-to Earth and utterly unorthodox abilities, they close every case. *** (Acorn Media/$35.99 on Amazon)
MANSTROKEWOMAN (The Complete First Series) From Ash Atalla, the award-winning producer of "The Office" (the original British series spun off into American TV success), comes the first season of this smart sketch comedy that explores every kind of relationship known to man--and some that aren't! Nick Frost ("Shaun of the Dead") is part of a cast of hilarious comedians. This is funny stuff. **1/2 (FreemantleMedia/$24.98)
YOGA FOR THE REST OF US: Back Care Basics This features Peggy Cappy who improves upon her previous WGBH-Boston videos and makes Yoga accessible to more people through this effort. It is easily digested in six segments, including leg and back stretches. Peggy also demonstrates how to relax and stretch using household items like chairs, pillows, or a wall. (if you like yoga) *** (WGBH BOSTON VIDEO/$19.95)
FLASH GORDON: THE PREMIERE EPISODE Yes, a new Flash Gordon series is set to air on the SCI FI Channel and this is the premiere episode! For those of you who enjoy science fiction, you'll love this. Join Flash, Dale Arden, and Dr. Hans Zarkov in a universal adventure unlike anything ever experienced before. This new series redefines the sci-fi genre, with suspenseful action and excellent special effects! The series airs Friday nights at 9 p.m. **1/2 (Genius Products/$19.95)
MARTIN LAWRENCE PRESENTS: FIRST AMENDEMENT STANDUP (Season 1) STARZ presents the hottest young comedians in America---raw and uncensored! First there was Def Comedy Jam. Then came the Bad Boys of Comedy. Now, this is the funniest stuff yet--pushing the limits of good taste (and sometimes skipping over the line.) Host Doug Williams, Martin Lawrence, and a number of very funny individuals, highlight this two- DVD, six hour highlight reel of humor. *** (STARZ ORIGINALS/$29.98) WARNING: Not for children!
POCAHONTAS REVEALED Ok, we remember the history, right? On May 13, 1607, three English sailing vessels dropped anchor beside a small island in the James River, Virginia. On board were 104 colonists who would establish the first successful English settlement in the new world in Jamestown. The exploits of the brash, swashbuckling John Smith; the venerable Native American Chief Powhatan, and his infatuated daughter Pocahontas is part of the myth of a new nation. Now, 400 years later, science investigates history with this great NOVA Special from WGBH Boston Video. This video explores the Native American view of Jamestown for the very first time. ***1/2 (WGBH Boston Video/$19.95)
MUST SEE TV! Californication, an "R" rated series on Showtime. Like another of my favorites, Dexter, this show explores a few things not seen before. David Duchovny stars as a horndog guy. Despite critics eviscerating it, I enjoyed this bit of escapism! Add this to my other favorites: HBO's Entourage, Scott Baio's and Danny Bonaduce's reality series.
NAZI SECRETS REVEALED (NR) For World War II history buffs, this is a can't miss box. Filled with three separate episodes of PBS's vaunted series NOVA, it features "Hitler's Lost Sub", "Hitler's Sunken Secret", "The Great Escape", "Nazi Prison Escape", and "Decoding Nazi Secrets." History is SO fascinating! **** (WGBH Boston Video/$39.95)
TV VETERANS JAMI FLOYD AND JACK FORD COURTED AGAIN!
Court TV® Taps Floyd and Ford As Daytime Network Anchors
New York, NY - January 27, 2005 - Court TV® welcomes back highly respected television veterans Jami Floyd and Jack Ford to the network's roster of daytime anchors, it was announced today by Marlene Dann, Executive Vice President, Daytime Programming for the network. Floyd and Ford, both attorneys, previously "did time" working at Court TV early on in their television journalism careers. Floyd will anchor a new daily program in daytime, and will be joined by Ford two days a week.
"We are pleased to welcome back seasoned journalists Jami Floyd and Jack Ford, who have proven their mettle both as anchors and legal news correspondents," said Dann. "They have covered a wide variety of some of the nation's most important legal stories, and the experience they both bring to Court TV will be a wonderful addition to our daytime programming."
Floyd first joined Court TV in 1996, where she served as an anchor and correspondent, covering big stories, including the O.J. Simpson trial, the Oklahoma City bombings and several landmark cases involving the tobacco industry. She returns to the cable network straight from ABC News, where she served as a correspondent since 1999, most recently contributing to breaking news reports, as well as long-form coverage for newsmagazines and Nightline. From 1999 to 2001, Floyd served in the ABC News Law & Justice Unit. As the news division's legal correspondent, she contributed to all ABC News broadcasts, including World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, Good Morning America and Nightline.
Ford, who has been recognized with numerous awards, has been a guest anchor on Court TV since June 2004. Prior to that, he served as co-host of the syndicated talk show, Ali & Jack. Previously, Ford was an anchor and correspondent at ABC News for both Good Morning America and 20/20. He was also chief legal correspondent at NBC, and served as an anchor at Court TV from the network's inception in 1991 until 1994.
TED TURNER COMPARES FOX NEWS CHANNEL TO ADOLF HITLER
Ted Turner called compared the popularity of Fox News Channel with the popularity of Hitler with German voters just prior to World War II. His comments were made publicly during a television convention in Las Vegas this week and documented by Broadcasting & Cable magazine.
"While Fox may be the largest news network, it's not the best," Turner said, adding that Fox News is a propaganda tool for the Bush Administration.
A Fox News spokesperson, coyly commented, " Ted is understandably bitter having lost his ratings, his network and now his mind -- we wish him well."
Los Angeles, California - Nominations for the 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild AwardsÂ® for outstanding performances in 2004 in five film and eight prime-time television categories were announced in Los Angeles at the Pacific Design Center's Silver Screen Theater.
Screen Actors Guild President Melissa Gilbert introduced Rosario Dawson (Alexander) and James Denton (Desperate Housewives), who announced the nominees for this yearâ€s ActorsÂ®.
Screen Actors Guild will honor its own at its 11th Annual Awards ceremonies on Saturday, February 5, at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center, televised nationally on Turner Network Television (TNT) at 8 p.m. ET/PT, 7 p.m. CT, and 6 p.m. MT.
Of the top industry accolades presented to performers, only the Screen Actors Guild AwardsÂ® are selected purely by actors' peers. Two selected panels--one for television and one for film--each comprised of 2100 SAG members from across the United States, chose this yearâ€s ActorÂ® nominees. The secret ballots were mailed Friday, December 10, 2004 and returned by the deadline of noon on January 7, 2005 to Integrity Voting Systems, the Awardsâ€ official teller.
Awards ballots will be mailed on January 11, 2005. The entire active membership of the Guild across the country will vote on all acting categories. Ballots must be returned to Integrity Voting Systems by noon on Thursday, February 3, where results will be tallied and sealed until they are opened by the presenters at the 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild AwardsÂ® ceremonies on February 5.
The Screen Actors Guild Post-Awards Gala, benefiting the Screen Actors Guild Foundation, will be hosted for the ninth consecutive year by People magazine and by the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF).
ANNUAL SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDSÂ®
Cheadle / HOTEL RWANDA
Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role
Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie
Foxx / REDEMPTION
Performance by a Female Actor in a Television
Movie or Miniseries
Close / THE LION IN WINTER
Azaria / HUFF
Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
De Matteo / THE SOPRANOS
Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series
Bateman / ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
*Cast of 24 on FOX
of WILL & GRACE on NBC
Food News: Entertainment Media 2004
"We are the best entertained least informed society in the world." Neil Postman
Project Censored at Sonoma State University in California holds an annual competition to select the top ten most frivolous, over-reported news stories of the year. We call this list Junk Food News because it fills up the American airways and newsstands with celebrity gossip and meaningless coverage of the unimportant. Famous lives provide us with an entertainment rush and a false reality that radiates in comparison to the darkness of war, business fraud, and government repression. This year's selections were voted on by the 200 students, faculty and media researchers who work with Project Censored and hundreds of other people world-wide who are members of our weekly independent news listserv at www.projectcensored.org.
The dubious honor of this year's number one Junk Food News story goes to Janet Jackson and her Super Bowl exposure. It shocked our nation - so the corporate media claimed - and set off a Federal Communications Commission tizzy over a nipple. The vulgarity and sleaziness of the rest of the half time show seemed to slither back into the dark without a stir. It seems that a nipple being exposed is more important than the real, life-shattering issues of our nation and world.
Coming in at Number 2 is Ben and J. Lo's breakup. They were making news even before they called their relationship off. They graced the covers of magazines and tabloids, and had people waiting anxiously and holding their breaths over what the couple would do next. The "rock" that "Jenny from the block" had sat pretty on her finger for only so long. Even though Ben and J. Lo are over, they have not faded from memory or from corporate news celebrity gossip.
At Number 3 are the Hilton sisters. Few people had heard of them before this past year, but now it seems they are everywhere in mainstream media. Paris get the most attention from her sex video to Fox TV's The Simple Life. It seems that many actually do care about a rich girl who doesn't shop in Wal Mart.
Britney Spears makes this year's list again, coming in at Number 4 with her marriage to childhood friend Jason Alexander. The two were married on a Saturday in Las Vegas, and had their marriage annulled the next Monday. It seems that every move of Britney's is made done to create attention. The corporate media loves using her to build titillated viewership.
Amazingly, Martha Stewart made the top five spot with her ever-present face in our court system. Whether or not Martha was innocent or guilty, this high profile case was dragged out by the media and her products can still be found on the shelves at Kmart.
Rounding out the top ten for 2003-4 Junk Food News list are, Britney and Madonna's kiss, Trista and Ryan's Wedding, American Idol, The last episode of Friends, and Ashton and Demi.
While there is nothing wrong with enjoying entertainment, there is always an opportunity cost that affects public access to important news stories about the critical issues in our lives. Junk Food News consumes the limited time and space for news stories in the corporate media. Entertainment becomes news. Reality TV is news at 6:00 PM.
Project Censored believes that it is crucial to democracy to have a healthy media, a media that is able to inform on critical events and not just serve as a means of diversion.
for "The Contender" on NBC-TV Next Fall
MIGHTY BOSSTONE DICKY BARRETT NAMED ANNOUNCER
Dicky Barrett frontman for the legendary Boston band the Mighty Mighty Bosstones may be the alternative to Ed McMann, Jack Parr or Guy Pardo as he joins the ranks of ABC's late night hit Jimmy Kimmel Live as the shows announcer.
Kimmel Live is not the only thing that has kept
Dicky busy during this BossTones hiatus - He has
a cameo role in the soon to be released and just
premiered at Sundance independent Film 'Home Of
Phobia,' he and fellow Bosstone Lawrence Katz,
Kay Hanley (Letters To Cleo) and a few members
of American Hi-Fi have joined forces to contribute
tracks to the films soundtrack. Dicky has also
recently contributed his time to help with the
charity releases The Santa Cause and Peter Gammons
Hot Stove All-Stars and if the rumors are true
Dicky may soon be starting work on a solo release.
ANNUAL SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS® NOMINATIONS
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A LEADING
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A LEADING
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING
BEST PERFORMANCE BY THE CAST OF A THEATRICAL MOTION
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A TV MOVIE
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A TV MOVIE
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES:
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A DRAMA
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES:
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A COMEDY
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ENSEMBLE IN A DRAMA SERIES:
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ENSEMBLE IN A COMEDY SERIES:
SIMPSON SAYS SHE HAD OFFERS FROM
(Burbank, CA -November 11, 2003) - Jessica Simpson
may not be a "Newlywed" anymore, but
she's still in the honeymoon phase of her career.
The singer revealed to "Extra" correspondent
As for the small screen, Simpson says she "never
thought in a million years" she'd star in
her own sitcom OR that she'd receive offers from
all of the major networks! The 23-year-old singer
Simpson says her often-unintended humor will be
the only element that connects her ABC sitcom
to her MTV hit, "Newlyweds." "It's
not a reality show and I'm not a singer or an
actress or anything
And, as for the big screen, Simpson confirmed
there are movie projects she's looking at. She
says she's "waiting for the script"
for the movie remake of "I Dream of Jeannie"
and thinks she'd be perfect
As for the empire she's creating - something she
claims could include her own make-up and clothing
line - Simpson says she's "trying to make
the right decisions." She told Kelley, "I
The blonde beauty told Kelley she wants to clarify
one thing: she's ditzy, NOT dumb. When asked to
differentiate between the two, Jessica replied,
"Dumb is no common sense and ditzy is sticking
Kelley spent the day with Jessica while she was
in Chicago promoting her new album, "In the
Skin." (His two-part interview will air on
the syndicated "Extra" TV show on November
11th and 12th.
MARK SNYDER SHOW
& The Blowfish Record 'Goodbye Girl' for TNT
ATLANTA, GA -- Grammy Award-winning artists Hootie
& The Blowfish have recorded a re-make of
David Gates' 1978 hit single "Goodbye Girl"
to accompany the new TNT Original film THE
Drama Series: ''The West Wing''
& KNOCK ON HEAVEN'S DOOR
The world will be a sadder place without John
Ritter. In my talks with him, and a few of his
castmates from various shows, he came across a
genuine nice human being, with a self-depricating
His eldest children, Jason, Carly and Tyler (from first wife Nancy Morgan) grew up around John, hanging at some of his sets, and spending time with him, when they weren't with their mom.
He later found love with beautiful actress Amy Yasbeck and had a daughter Stella. Stella will never get to know her dad, except through the film and video he has left behind.
She can see the "wild bachelor" of Three's
Company and witness his great physical humor and
ability to make people laugh with the expression
on his face. She can hear his Emmy-nominated voice
The son of legendary country star Tex Ritter, John leaves a legacy of film, video and goodness.
ABC TV Released the following to the media: ''All
of us at ABC, Touchstone Television and The Walt
Disney Company are shocked and heartbroken at
the terrible news of John's
John Ritter never got to 55. That's a big loss for all of us.
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Celebrity Justice obtained the lawsuit filed
by dancer Antonella Santini, who uses the name
of Felicia when she dances at Brandi's, an all-nude
Vancouver gentlemans club.
Celebrity Justice reports the lawsuit says that
the defendants, including the Enquirer and Morris,
acted reprehensibly and must be punished before
they callously destroy another private
Santini's suit demands monetary damages, including the profits earned by the Enquirer as a result of using her name and photo in the story without her permission.
Celebrity Justiceis produced by Time Telepictures
Television West Coast Productions in association
with Harvey Levin Productions, Inc. and is distributed
by Warner Bros. Domestic
SCREEN ACTORS GUILD HONORS OUTSTANDING
FILM AND TELEVISION PERFORMANCES
Screen Actors Guild presented its coveted Actor®
statuette for the
The honorees were selected by the active Guild
Honored with individual awards were Daniel Day-Lewis,
The Guild also celebrated the versatility of
its members with a special film
For the seventh consecutive year, PEOPLE magazine
and the Entertainment
The Screen Actors Guild Awards® are a presentation
of Jeff Margolis
9th ANNUAL SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS®
Daniel Day-Lewis / GANGS OF NEW YORK Bill²The
Butcher² Cutting Miramax
Renée Zellweger / CHICAGO Roxie Hart Miramax Films
Christopher Walken / CATCH ME IF YOU CAN
Frank Abagnale Dreamworks SKG
For Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
Catherine Zeta-Jones / CHICAGO Velma Kelly Miramax Fillms
CHICAGO Miramax Films
Christine Baranski / Mary Sunshine
William H. Macy / DOOR TO DOOR Bill Porter TNT
Stockard Channing / THE MATTHEW SHEPARD STORY Judy Shepard NBC
James Gandolfini / THE SOPRANOS Tony Soprano HBO
Edie Falco / THE SOPRANOS Carmela Soprano HBO
Sean Hayes / WILL & GRACE Jack McFarland NBC
Megan Mullally / WILL & GRACE Karen Walker NBC
SIX FEET UNDER HBO
Lauren Ambrose / Claire Fisher
EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND CBS
Peter Boyle / Frank Barone
Screen Actors Guild 39th Annual Life Achievement Award
'24' Are Big Winners at Phlemmys: They Take Home
Coveted Pink Lung
â€ The Emmy-nominated shows "Friends"
and "24" were honored by the
Bernie Mac Show," whose main character can
often be seen with a cigar,
Phlemmys, a program of the American Lung Association
50 young people 14 to 21 years old from the Sacramento
some of our main role models light up in order
to show power,
tobacco use on television was down significantly
for the 2001-
want to applaud the television industry for being
more responsible," said
young people chose "Friends" for a Pink
Lung because some of the stars
great to see one of the most popular shows on
show "24," nominated for t
Bernie Mac Show" was given a Phlemmy mostly
because the lead actor,
receiving a Phlemmy was the show "Futurama,"
which gave two cigarette
a Dishonorable Mention is the long-running, Emmy-winning
members of the medical community are people we
look up to and are those
Roker, the weatherman on NBC's "Today"
show, cancelled his first scheduled
9:40 am, PMPNetwork.com got a call from a publicist
for Simon & Schuster
rudeness of this man is unreal. For a guy who
has had many breaks in
"NYPD BLUE" WILL RETURN TO THE ABC SCHEDULE AT 10:00 pm. "ONCE AND AGAIN" WILL AIR ON TUESDAYS AT 10:00 THROUGH DECEMBER 28, THEN RETURN ON MONDAY, JANUARY 24 AT 10:00 pm. ABC's hit drama series "NYPD Blue" will return to the schedule Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m on January 11. The January premiere will allow the series to run original episodes through the end of the season as well as allowing "Once and Again" to continue to build its audience through December. "Once and Again," which has received a full season order, will air on Tuesday nights through December 28, and will then return in its new, 10:00 p.m. time slot on Monday, January 24.
In making the announcement, Stu Bloomberg, co-chairman of the ABC Entertainment Television Group, stated, "For the past six seasons, ABC has nurtured and supported 'NYPD Blue' as it developed into appointment television for the nation. We see the same potential with 'Once and Again,' and believe this scheduling decision allows us the opportunity to maximize the potential of both series. By holding 'Blue's' premiere, we'll be able to devote additional promotional resources to its launch, and run original episodes of the series throughout the season, without one repeat. And by re-launching 'Once and Again' in January, we'll be able to mount a strategic campaign that not only reintroduces the show to millions of viewers who are already devoted fans, but also spotlights it for those who have yet to experience this incredible series."
Since its premiere, the critically lauded "Once and Again" has been a solid ratings performer, and has become the season's highest rated new drama among Adults 18-49. Multiple Emmy-winner "NYPD Blue," now entering its seventh season on ABC, is still one of television's highest rated programs, ranking #3 in Adults 18-49 among all dramas last season.
"Once and Again" is executive produced and created by Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick. The one-hour drama series is from The Bedford Falls Company in association with Touchstone Television.
"NYPD Blue" is a Steven Bochco Production, co-created by Bochco and Milch, who are executive producers along with Mark Tinker. Former New York City police detective Bill Clark also serves as executive producer.
-Story by Mark Snyder
Stern and S Club 7
Howard Stern's new animated series for UPN, Doomsday, won't be his only venture into the non-traditional TV fare. Stern has announced that he plans to do a new show for the Fx Network (a Fox Network) tentatively titled, "Son of A Beach". The show will be about a dimwitted lifeguard, surrounded by scantily clad women, who is a hero. Stern claims he won't play the lead role, but only serve as executive producer. But we shall see. Seems like a role written for him.
The British equivalent of the Monkees, S Club 7, is going to be heading up a new show here in the states. The group, who sold half a million CD's since its June release, will star in the new Fox Family Network show, "S Club 7 in Miami." Series will air Saturday mornings at 11 am starting on November 6th.
The show provides an eclectic mix of pop music, comedy, and drama. Makes me think of Mike, Davey, Mickey and Peter
Fox Family Channel has announced the launch of "Fox Family Afternoon Specials", a new umbrella series of specials that will feature award-winning programs from both "ABC Afterschool Specials" and "CBS School Break Specials". They will be re-introduced on a weekly basis, beginning Sunday November 7th from 2-4 pm. New specials produced and created for Fox Family Channel will join the schedule in Fall of 2000.
The first two specials (airing on November 7th) are: "Kids Killing Kids", a drama starring Malcolm Jamal Warner (of the Cosby show). It reveals the consequences of teenagers using guns to solve their problems. Second special is the critically acclaimed "Daddy's Girl", featuring Grammy-award winning singer Lauryn Hill. The story tells the tale of sixteen year old Alicia, who plans a loving reunion to bring the absent father, who left her family ten years ago, back into her life.
Some other great specials are included in the package. PMPNetwork.com will keep you informed before they air.
Ice Angel, a new movie for Fox Family Channel, has begun filming in Vancouver. The story of a star hockey player, who is accidentally killed and is reincarnated in the body of a 17 year old female skater. It stars Nicholle Tom, Thomas Calabro and Tara Lipinski.
Nicholle Tom started her career on "Beverly Hills, 90210" as Sue Scanlon, a troubled teen. She then landed roles on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" and the "Beethoven" movies. She also starred in "The Nanny" on ABC-TV.
Thomas Calabro played Dr. Michael Mancini on my favorite late night soap, "Melrose Place". (I miss it already).
Tara Lipinski is the youngest Olympic, World and National figure skating champion in history.
Guest stars making cameo appearances on "Ice Angel" include Olympic medalists Elvis Stojko, Stoneham's Nancy Kerrigan, osalynn Sumners, and Peter Caruthers.
Ice Angels is due to air in January, 2000.
"Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?", ABC-TV's two week experiment featuring Regis Philbin, was a HUGE Success!! Eight of the Ten nights aired were in the top ten in the Nielsen Ratings. Look for this show to be made a semi-regular replacement series at some point mid-season this year. The show not only generated ratings. It's "900 number" generated close to EIGHT MILLION dollars in income for ABC-TV.
if Pamela Anderson Lee isn't enough reason to
watch the syndicated "V.I.P."
series, guest stars are even more of a
reason. This season will feature cameos by some
of the biggest names in show biz. How does Lee
attract them onto her not-so-great show? YOU figure
it out! Guests this season will include Jay Leno,
Dan Aykroyd, Jerry Springer, George Clooney, Hugh
Hefner, Loni Anderson (a former glamour blonde
herself), Damon Wayons, and a guy named Tommy
Lee. His name sounds familiar.
Party of Five's Neve Campbell gets a new love interest this season. "Julia", who last year experimented with another woman, gets to have an affair with the editor of that books she's been writing. Who plays this editor? None other than Kyle Secor of "Homicide: Life on the Streets".
series continue to do well. A &
E 's "Biography" series started it all.
"The E! True Hollywood Story" is the
most tabloid of the group. It will air daily starting
in August. VH1's "Behind the Music"
is the best music-related bio show, while MSNBC's
"Time & Again" with Jane Pauley
features old news footage and a neat script. Matt
Lauer, of NBC's "Today" show, will be
hosting a yet-to-be-named bio series this fall
on MSNBC. And if that wasn't enough, A &E
recently announced plans to start an all-biography
Cinemax Reel Life has a fascinating documentary airing on Cinemax starting July 26th at 11 PM EST. Titled, "The Brandon Teena Story", it is about a girl who lived her life as a man. She was eventually raped and murdered by two men in her town. The story is as real as it gets, and discusses in depth the problems of those with "gender identity" problems. Brandon's estate's attorney Herb Freedman, was a recent guest on "That's Life with Mark Snyder"
John O'Hurley, another "That's Life" guest, is best known as Mr. Peterman on Seinfeld". But he's got a new gig. O'Hurley was named host of "Incredible Animals" on Fox Family Channel.
Joe Lando of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman", will star and CO-executive produce a new drama called "Cliffhangers", on Fox Family Channel. CO-executive producer is Michael Braverman (who won Emmy's for "Life Goes On" and "Chicago Hope").
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