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Aaron Spelling dies at age 83; built TV dynasty

24 June 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Aaron Spelling, a onetime movie bit player who created a massive number of hit series, from the vintage Charlie's Angels and Dynasty to Beverly Hills, 90210 and Melrose Place, died Friday, his publicist said. He was 83. Spelling died at his home in Los Angeles after suffering a stroke June 18, according to publicist Kevin Sasaki. Spelling's other hit series included The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, Burke's Law, The Mod Squad, Starsky and Hutch, T.J. Hooker, Matt Houston, Hart to Hart and Hotel. He kept his hand in 21st-century TV with series including 7th Heaven and Summerland. He also produced more than 140 television movies. Among the most notable: Death Sentence (1974), Nick Nolte's first starring role; The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (1976), John Travolta's first dramatic role; and The Best Little Girl in the World (1981), which starred Jennifer Jason Leigh. »

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Prisms to 'Line,' 'Trace,' 'SNL'

27 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

20th Century Fox's Walk the Line, CBS' Without a Trace and NBC's Saturday Night Live were among the winners at the 10th annual Prism Awards, which recognize accurate depictions of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction in entertainment content. At a gala dinner Thursday at the Beverly Hills Hotel, awards also were presented to Kelly Rowan of Fox's The O.C. for performance in a drama episode, Georgia Engel of CBS' Everybody Loves Raymond for performance in a comedy series, S. Epatha Merkerson for performance in a TV movie for HBO's Lackawanna Blues and Lori Loughlin of WB Network's Summerland for performance in a drama multiepisode story line. »

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'Dawson's Creek,' 'Summerland' head to The N

2 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Nickelodeon's spinoff teen net, The N, has snapped up the cable TV rights to former WB Network dramas Dawson's Creek and Summerland. Beginning May 1, the network will carry all 26 episodes of Summerland, the 2004 Lori Loughlin vehicle that was pulled from The WB after a single season. The N will start running Dawson's Creek starting this fall, having picked up the entire series library. Financials were not disclosed. The N is positioning Dawson's Creek as a complement to its upcoming Friday night original drama, Whistler, premiering June 30. The show is perhaps best known for launching the career of actresses Katie Holmes and Academy Award nominee Michelle Williams. The nighttime flipside to the kids' net Noggin, The N is currently available in 46 million households. »

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