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Slumdog slam-dunk? You could make the case for comics Chris Kattan and his dad, Kip King, who find that Indian summer comes early this year with "Bollywood Hero," a Mumbai-minted mini-series coming to IFC cable for three nights beginning on Aug. 6. Mango and curry -- that's some spicy concoction: Chris created some of the livelier comic creations on "Saturday...
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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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