Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Nisan 16, 5774
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Jeff Daniels is a man of God. Make that two Gods. There is the one whose messages he delivers as "The Answer Man," in the romantic comedy opening July 24; then there is the one he answers to in the Tony Award-winning "God of Carnage" on Broadway. In both, it's a comic bloodbath. While "Carnage" is a ticket to die...
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It's in his solar system: Saul Rubinek has made an art out of science fiction, with Artie Nielsen his latest twilight-zoned-out success story of a character. The just-turned-61 actor whose star trek has led him to sterling appearances in "The Outer Limits" revival; SyFy Channel's "Stargate SG-1" and "Eureka"; and, of course "Star Trek: The Next Generation" ("The Most Toys")...
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Marissa Jaret Winokur steps into host role on new series airing on Oxygen
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So you think you can ... diet? Cha-cha-chubbies? Give them some Oxygen -- which is exactly where "Dance Your Ass Off" is off and running -- and rumba-ing -- on Monday nights. Dancing with the svelte -- that's partially the goal of "Dance Your Ass Off" (no donkeys were harmed in this series), as a bunch of heavy-hitters whose weight...
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NBC ... charity case? No, not the network -- but its spectacular new series whose theme of giving back may provide great payback in ratings for the fourth-place somewhat plucked Peacock. "The Philanthropist" -- must-pledge TV? The new Wednesday night series makes the case for giving from the wallet as its billionaire belies stereotypes, trumping notions that wealth always wields...
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And this is your "American Idol"! Well, maybe not. "Actually," recalls Josh Sussman, "I was on 'The Tonight Show' with Jay Leno when he told audiences that the latest 'American Idol' contestant would be appearing, and there I was, in a spoof, singing 'Ring of Fire' [off-key] when Simon Cowell set me on fire." Show him the Doors? Cowell's done...
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