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It's hard to believe that Dateline has been on the air for 25 seasons. Many anchors have come and gone (remember the Jane Pauley and Stone Phillips days?) but this NBC news program keeps chugging along -- and is sometimes one of the top-rated shows on Friday nights. It's hard to imagine that the series would be cancelled but you never know. Stay tuned.
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Her name is Alicia Florrick. And it appears she is, in fact, an alcoholic.
In an interview with CBS’ Sunday Morning, Good Wife leading lady Julianna Margulies revealed that her character’s fondness for pinot noir may soon become more than just a running joke.
“I think Alicia might have a drinking problem,” the Emmy winner told Jane Pauley. “She’s lonely. And I think wine is numbing her out a little bit. And I think that’s something we might address in Season 7.”
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As his Wednesday finale approaches, the longtime host of Late Show With David Letterman talked with Jane Pauley about walking through his fear of the coming Major Life Change and those that have come before. They reminisced about their shared Indiana roots, jumping ship from NBC to CBS and about Letterman’s feelings about his impending departure from the late night TV scene. Part of Letterman’s stroll down memory lane with Pauley was a tour of the Ed Sullivan Theatre… »
When David Letterman sat down for an exit interview with The New York Times' Dave Itzkoff last month, he named CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Jane Pauley as someone whose career he could imagine for himself post-retirement from the Late Show. So it is fitting that Pauley has conducted what will likely be the last interview with Letterman before he signs off for good next Wednesday. »
- Matt Wilstein
8 items from 2015
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