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By Glenn Esterly and Glenn Esterly,ENTERTAINMENT NEWS SERVICE | April 14, 1996
Forget Phyllis Coates and Noel Neill as Lois Lane (from prime time's original "The Adventures of Superman" in the '50s). Forget the Lois in the Broadway play. Forget even the recent series of hit "Superman" movies with Margot Kidder as an updated Lois. What we have right here, sitting on a couch in her extra-large, star-size trailer is the ultimate Lois Lane, Teri Hatcher."Teri's Lois is much hotter than any before, and even hotter than last season," says Eugenie Ross-Leming, co-executive producer of ABC's "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman."
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By Anne Tallent and Anne Tallent,Sun reporter | November 11, 2007
Reality starlet Audrina Partridge swears The Hills, MTV's highest-rated show, is real. Truth be told, it has to be. No scribe worth his guild card should lay claim to a show constructed like a doughnut: The center (bland, goody two-shoes Lauren Conrad) holds scant interest -- it's all the surrounding unhealthy ingredients that tempt us: ambitious ex-friend Heidi Montag; her svengali fiance Spencer Pratt; hanger-on Justin "Bobby" Brescia; stern boss Lisa Love. Blogs, tabloids and other media have complained in recent days and weeks about fiction in the reality drama, which depicts Conrad, Partridge, friend Whitney Port and Montag living it up in Los Angeles.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | May 15, 1998
It was a based on a clever concept. But, in the end, the final episode of "Seinfeld" last night was mainly for die-hard fans. By no standard could you call it great.The concept involved putting Jerry, Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), George (Jason Alexander) and Kramer (Michael Richards) on trial for "criminal indifference," the very charge real-life critics of the series are making against the characters as "Seinfeld" ends its popular nine-year run.The finale started out promising enough, neatly resurrecting the fictional sitcom, "Jerry," that Jerry and George had created and tried to sell to NBC five years ago. A new NBC president, played by Peter Riegert, stumbles upon the pilot and offers them a contract for 13 episodes and the use of the company jet.The four decide to have a "fling in Paris" at NBC's expense before Jerry and George move to Los Angeles.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | May 15, 1998
It was a based on a clever concept. But, in the end, the final episode of "Seinfeld" last night was mainly for die-hard fans. By no standard could you call it great.The concept involved putting Jerry, Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), George (Jason Alexander) and Kramer (Michael Richards) on trial for "criminal indifference," the very charge real-life critics of the series are making against the characters as "Seinfeld" ends its popular nine-year run.The finale started out promising enough, neatly resurrecting the fictional sitcom, "Jerry," that Jerry and George had created and tried to sell to NBC five years ago. A new NBC president, played by Peter Riegert, stumbles upon the pilot and offers them a contract for 13 episodes and the use of the company jet.The four decide to have a "fling in Paris" at NBC's expense before Jerry and George move to Los Angeles.
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By David Bianculli and David Bianculli,Special to The Sun | December 22, 1994
Best of the night: A new "My So-Called Life" (who knows how many more of those there'll be?) and an old "Seinfeld" to be treasured, especially by fans of Teri Hatcher of "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman."* "Mad About You" (8 p.m.-8:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m.-10 p.m., Channel 2) -- The repeat episodes tonight are more noteworthy for when they're broadcast than for what they contain. The first episode is shown during this mature comedy's regular, and too early, time slot at the beginning of NBC's Thursday lineup.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,SUN FILM CRITIC | May 17, 1996
Bah. Grrrrr. Arrgghhh. Movies like "Heaven's Prisoners" make me grumpier and grouchier. Why I think it's turning me into Bob Dole.One thing about Steve Hunter, Steve Hunter likes a movie that makes a little sense. Steve Hunter hates it when it appears that the filmmakers just haven't thought very critically about what they're doing. The old movies did. Why can't the new ones? What's wrong with these kids? Grrrrr. Growwwwl.Now take "Heaven's Prisoners." Steve Hunter wants to like this movie, because he likes well-made, intelligent thrillers, particularly with noir overtones, particularly with beat-up heroes around his own age, particularly with Teri Hatcher in any form, shape, costume or hair-do.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | June 14, 1997
Who says Superman is invulnerable?"Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- Proving there are things even more dangerous than Kryptonite, low ratings do in Superman. The series wraps up its four-year run tonight, as Supes and Lois (Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher) worry that they may not be able to have a child (incompatible biologies, apparently). Meanwhile, Harry Anderson is the bad guy du jour, Dr. "Fat Head" Mensa, bent on using his considerable telekinetic powers for evil.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | December 27, 1997
For a show about nothing, there was always something about "Seinfeld." And that something was usually pretty funny.Which makes Thursday's announcement that the show won't be coming back for a 10th season a pretty lousy Christmas present. What are people going to talk about around the water cooler Friday mornings?The best thing to do now is simply pause and reflect. And so, in the spirit of public service (a notion Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer would certainly frown on), here are a few things to think about:The 10 greatest "Seinfeld" moments (in no particular order)
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By Anne Tallent and Anne Tallent,Sun reporter | November 11, 2007
Reality starlet Audrina Partridge swears The Hills, MTV's highest-rated show, is real. Truth be told, it has to be. No scribe worth his guild card should lay claim to a show constructed like a doughnut: The center (bland, goody two-shoes Lauren Conrad) holds scant interest -- it's all the surrounding unhealthy ingredients that tempt us: ambitious ex-friend Heidi Montag; her svengali fiance Spencer Pratt; hanger-on Justin "Bobby" Brescia; stern boss Lisa Love. Blogs, tabloids and other media have complained in recent days and weeks about fiction in the reality drama, which depicts Conrad, Partridge, friend Whitney Port and Montag living it up in Los Angeles.
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July 3, 2009
Series Dog Whisperer: : An Italian greyhound mix, has become so possessive over bones and toys that he has bitten his owner several times. (9 p.m., National Geographic Channel) The Chopping Block: : The contestants whip up Italian dishes and prepare lunch for several famous Italian guests. (8 p.m., WBAL-Channel 11) Privileged: : Megan (JoAnna Garcia) unintentionally discovers a shocking secret from Laurel's (Anne Archer) past while compiling research for a proposed biography of her in this repeat.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | December 27, 1997
For a show about nothing, there was always something about "Seinfeld." And that something was usually pretty funny.Which makes Thursday's announcement that the show won't be coming back for a 10th season a pretty lousy Christmas present. What are people going to talk about around the water cooler Friday mornings?The best thing to do now is simply pause and reflect. And so, in the spirit of public service (a notion Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer would certainly frown on), here are a few things to think about:The 10 greatest "Seinfeld" moments (in no particular order)
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | June 14, 1997
Who says Superman is invulnerable?"Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- Proving there are things even more dangerous than Kryptonite, low ratings do in Superman. The series wraps up its four-year run tonight, as Supes and Lois (Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher) worry that they may not be able to have a child (incompatible biologies, apparently). Meanwhile, Harry Anderson is the bad guy du jour, Dr. "Fat Head" Mensa, bent on using his considerable telekinetic powers for evil.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,SUN FILM CRITIC | May 17, 1996
Bah. Grrrrr. Arrgghhh. Movies like "Heaven's Prisoners" make me grumpier and grouchier. Why I think it's turning me into Bob Dole.One thing about Steve Hunter, Steve Hunter likes a movie that makes a little sense. Steve Hunter hates it when it appears that the filmmakers just haven't thought very critically about what they're doing. The old movies did. Why can't the new ones? What's wrong with these kids? Grrrrr. Growwwwl.Now take "Heaven's Prisoners." Steve Hunter wants to like this movie, because he likes well-made, intelligent thrillers, particularly with noir overtones, particularly with beat-up heroes around his own age, particularly with Teri Hatcher in any form, shape, costume or hair-do.
NEWS
By Glenn Esterly and Glenn Esterly,ENTERTAINMENT NEWS SERVICE | April 14, 1996
Forget Phyllis Coates and Noel Neill as Lois Lane (from prime time's original "The Adventures of Superman" in the '50s). Forget the Lois in the Broadway play. Forget even the recent series of hit "Superman" movies with Margot Kidder as an updated Lois. What we have right here, sitting on a couch in her extra-large, star-size trailer is the ultimate Lois Lane, Teri Hatcher."Teri's Lois is much hotter than any before, and even hotter than last season," says Eugenie Ross-Leming, co-executive producer of ABC's "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman."
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By David Bianculli and David Bianculli,Special to The Sun | December 22, 1994
Best of the night: A new "My So-Called Life" (who knows how many more of those there'll be?) and an old "Seinfeld" to be treasured, especially by fans of Teri Hatcher of "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman."* "Mad About You" (8 p.m.-8:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m.-10 p.m., Channel 2) -- The repeat episodes tonight are more noteworthy for when they're broadcast than for what they contain. The first episode is shown during this mature comedy's regular, and too early, time slot at the beginning of NBC's Thursday lineup.
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By DAVID ZURAWIK | November 26, 2008
This might well date me, but one of the few prime-time entertainment shows I have been waiting for with a real sense of anticipation is the NBC variety show premiering tonight at 8, Rosie Live, with Rosie O'Donnell. The variety show, a genre that introduced me as a kid to stars like Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra through the "magic" of television and CBS, was declared dead way too soon by the pundits. The producers of American Idol figured that out and made tens of millions of dollars by simply jiggering the formula.
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January 21, 2005
In the News `Desperate Housewives' to visit `The View' The women at The View will be joined by the five stars of Desperate Housewives during the week of Feb. 7 when the ABC daytime talk show is in Los Angeles. Teri Hatcher, Eva Longoria, Nicollette Sheridan, Felicity Huffman and Marcia Cross will each join the show for a day, filling in for Meredith Vieira, who will not be making the trip from New York. The show airs at 11 a.m. on WMAR, Channel 2. Directors Guild Awards Michael Moore has been nominated by the Directors Guild of America for Fahrenheit 9/11, his documentary on President Bush's actions in response to the Sept.
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