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From the People Archive: Pierce Brosnan Remembers the Wife He Loved and Lost to Ovarian Cancer

From the People Archive: Pierce Brosnan Remembers the Wife He Loved and Lost to Ovarian Cancer
Pierce Brosnan, who stars in AMC’s new Western series The Son, recently opened up about losing his wife and daughter to ovarian cancer. Look back on People’s 1992 cover story on the British actor, as he reflected on his wife’s memory four months after her death — and the profound impact she had on his life.

When His Agent Phoned Pierce Brosnan in early March to tell him that his latest film, The Lawnmower Man, was a box office hit—a Brosnan first—the 39-year-old Irish-born actor remembers how he “whooped and hollered” with his two boys, Christopher, 19, and Sean,
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Pierce Brosnan returns to television after 23 years

Former James Bond star to appear in as-yet-untitled private eye series quarter of a century after Remington Steele

"The name's Brosnan... Pierce Brosnan, and I'll be back after the break." Quite a long break, in fact, after the former James Bond star announced he was returning to television 23 years after he last starred in detective series Remington Steele.

Brosnan will appear in and produce the series about an international private eye dealing with kidnappings, murders and industrial espionage.

His fourth and final Bond film was Die Another Day in 2002. He recently made a cameo appearance in Fox TV pilot Running Wilde but his last regular TV role was Remington Steele, which famously prevented him from taking the Bond role earlier and came to an end in 1987.

The as-yet-untitled new series is being produced by Sony Pictures Television, which said it was taking the show to the international marketplace before finding a Us broadcaster.
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Pierce Brosnan returns to television after 23 years

Former James Bond star to appear in as-yet-untitled private eye series quarter of a century after Remington Steele

"The name's Brosnan... Pierce Brosnan, and I'll be back after the break." Quite a long break, in fact, after the former James Bond star announced he was returning to television 23 years after he last starred in detective series Remington Steele.

Brosnan will appear in and produce the series about an international private eye dealing with kidnappings, murders and industrial espionage.

His fourth and final Bond film was Die Another Day in 2002. He recently made a cameo appearance in Fox TV pilot Running Wilde but his last regular TV role was Remington Steele, which famously prevented him from taking the Bond role earlier and came to an end in 1987.

The as-yet-untitled new series is being produced by Sony Pictures Television, which said it was taking the show to the international marketplace before finding a Us broadcaster.
See full article at The Guardian - Film News »

New Fall TV Shows 2010 – What is Coming and What to Expect (Part I)

Now that September is here the networks are in the final sprint for the new 2010-2011 season. If you watch TV you probably will have seen many of these shows advertised. The new season lineup includes inevitable staples (classic cop and legal dramas) and more peculiar blends (The Shield’s Michael Chiklis in a family series playing a dad with superpowers, for example); some legendary names (Jj Abrams, Shawn Ryan, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg) and many fresh faces. A few shows like The Event (NBC), Running Wilde (Fox), Broadwalk Empire (HBO) or The Walking Dead (AMC) have already created buzz. For now, however, all of them are pure potential, waiting for their chance to conquer primetime. But despite any hopes or expectations, the only thing certain is that, among all of these promising shows, very few will make it to the second season mark.

ABC

ABC has a clear, light and family-oriented style – young professionals,
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