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The other pickups are another comedy, "Betas," and three kids' shows: "Annebots," "Creative Galaxy" and "Tumbleaf."
"Alphas," created by "Doonesbury" author Garry Trudeau, is about four senators who share a house in Washington. It also stars Mark Consuelos ("All My Children"), Clark Johnson ("The Wire") and Matt Malloy ("Tanner '88").
"Annebots" follows a girl who builds three robots to help her perform science experiments. "Creative Galaxy" comes from the creator of "Super Why!" and has interactive elements to help kids learn. "Tumbleaf" follows a fox named Fig as he explores the world around him.
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Cynthia Nixon turns 46 today, and the out actress is worthy of celebration. She's only one Oscar away from having an Egot, with a strong career in theater, television and film that dates back to 1979 at the age of 12. Here are our favorite Cynthia roles.
Miranda Hobbes, Sex and the City
As the cynical realist among a group of friends, Cynthia played the level-headed careerwoman-turned-mom with such great prowess, it's almost like she'll never be able to shake the role. Lucky for her, she's been working since she was a preteen and her chameleon-like qualities have allowed her to be one of the hardest-working women in Hollywood.
Sunshine, Little Darlings
In one of her first roles on film, a young Cynthia played a teenage hippie who was at the same camp as Kristy McNichol.
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Director Robert Altman.
Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the April 1999 issue of Venice Magazine.
It's the Fall of 1977 and I'm a bored and rebellious ten year old in search of a new movie to occupy my underworked and creativity-starved brain, feeling far too mature for previous favorites Wily Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) and Return of the Pink Panther (1975), and wanting something more up-to-date and edgy than Chaplin's City Lights (1931). I needed a movie to call my favorite that would be symbolic of my own new-found manhood (and something that would really piss off my parents and teachers). Mom and Dad were going out for the evening, leaving me with whatever unfortunate baby-sitter happened to need the $10 badly enough to play mother hen to an obnoxiously precocious only child like myself. I scanned the TV Guide for what »
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