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Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ Season 2 to Focus on Los Angeles Rams’ 2016 Season

Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ Season 2 to Focus on Los Angeles Rams’ 2016 Season
Amazon announced Friday that it has greenlit a second season of the NFL Films-produced series “All or Nothing,” with the new season set to focus on the Los Angeles Rams’ 2016 season.

Subscribers will get to see the Rams’ entire 2016 season, which began with their relocation back to Los Angeles from St. Louis and culminated with the hiring of a new head coach and preparations for the 2017 season. The first season of the series followed the Arizona Cardinals as they fought their way to the Nfc Championship game against the Carolina Panthers in 2015.

“‘All or Nothing’ brings Amazon Prime members a deep dive into the lives of professional athletes,” said Conrad Riggs, head of unscripted for Amazon Originals. “We are excited to highlight the La Rams in season two, a team with a compelling story of relocation, rebuilding and reuniting with the city they once again call home.”

Produced by NFL Films, “All or Nothing
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Pam St Clement quits 'EastEnders': 'It's time to hang up Pat's earrings'

Pam St Clement will leave EastEnders later this year, the BBC soap has announced. The much-loved actress will depart her role as Pat Evans after 25 years in the BBC soap. Details of how St Clement, who is currently the second longest-serving castmember after Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale), will bow out are not yet known. "I have enjoyed 25 and a half wonderful years in EastEnders creating the character of Pat but feel it's time to hang up her earrings," the 69-year-old said. "Leaving the EastEnders 'family' will be akin to a bereavement, but I'm looking forward to the other work. and life opportunities that I will have the time to pursue." Bryan Kirkwood, EastEnders executive producer, commented: "In Pat Harris-Beale-Wicks-Butcher-Evans, Pam St Clement has created one of the most iconic and loved characters in British (more)
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Michael Jackson Spy Video Judgment Overturned

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Michael Jackson Spy Video Judgment Overturned
By Steven Mikulan

A $20 million judgment given to Michael Jackson’s attorneys in 2008 in the XtraJet case came crashing to earth today when the state's Second District Court of Appeals threw out the award.

In November, 2003 XtraJet’s owner, Jeffrey Borer, secretly installed spy cameras onto a plane chartered by Jackson and attorneys Mark Geragos (pictured) and Pat Harris. The trio was on its way to Santa Barbara, where Jackson had arranged to turn himself in to authorities to face ...
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We Could Sure Use Frank Liberman Today

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By Julian Myers

Last time I visited Frank, at the Motion Picture Country Home a few months ago, he did not recognize me or, at least, did not seem to.

I had known Frank for about 40 years through his many years at Warner Bros., and during the decades when he was the chief personal publicist for Bob Hope, who also maintained several other publicists on his staff to do who-knows-what. 

 

Frank's wife, Pat Harris, died about 25 years ago. She also worked in the industry and his sister-in-law, Radie Harris, was the Hollywood columnist for a New York City publication. We all gave ...
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Longtime PR man Frank Liberman dies

Longtime PR man Frank Liberman dies
Frank Liberman, a Hollywood publicist for more than 60 years, died Monday. He was 92.

Liberman represented Bob Hope for 41 years, Phyllis Diller for 33 and David Janssen for 16. He also repped Henry Fonda, Nat "King" Cole, Tony Bennett, Jack Paar, Harry Belafonte, Steve Allen, Charles Bronson, Joan Blondell, Dorothy Lamour, Peggy Lee, Mel Ferrer, Mike Nichols, Frank Langella, Nick Nolte and William Shatner, among others.

Liberman also publicized such major motion pictures as "Solomon and Sheba" (1959), "The Miracle Worker" (1962) and "Fiddler on the Roof" (1971). As a book publicist, he represented many of the published works of George Burns, Hope, Allen and Diller.

Liberman also served as the publicist for two famed celebrity-frequented restaurants -- Dan Tana's in West Hollywood and La Scala in Beverly Hills.

Liberman, a native of Manhattan, served with the U.S. Signal Corps and Army Pictorial Service during World War II. He began work in the movie
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CBS Paramount TV taps Meg Liberman

Top independent casting director Meg Liberman is joining the executive ranks as senior vp casting for CBS Paramount Network TV.

Liberman will oversee the day-to-day casting for all studio shows, reporting to Peter Golden, executive vp talent and casting for CBS Par TV Group. She replaces Sheila Guthrie, who will return to her independent casting career.

"Meg has incredible relationships with writers, directors, agents and fellow casting directors, and she has an encyclopedic knowledge of actors," Golden said. "Sheila is highly respected, and we're looking forward to continuing our relationship with her."

Liberman founded her own company in 1984 before partnering with Marc Hirschfeld from 1987-99. For the past nine years, since Hirschfeld left to become exec vp casting for NBC, Liberman has been partners with Cami Patton.

Liberman, a second-generation Hollywood casting director whose mother Pat Harris cast such series as "Get Smart," has won two Emmys, with Hirschfeld for the HBO miniseries "From the Earth to the Moon" in 1998 and with Patton for "Band of Brothers" in 2002.

"I look forward to working alongside her on the NBC/Paramount series 'Medium' and competing against her in the talent marketplace," Hirschfeld said.

Liberman's credits also include "Seinfeld" and "3rd Rock From the Sun" (with Hirschfeld) and, most recently, ABC's "Pushing Daisies," HBO's "The Pacific" and CBS/Par's new drama "The Philanthropist."

On the feature side, Liberman/Patton cast the blockbuster hit "My Big Fat Greek Wedding."
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