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"It's hard to talk about."
Dr. Sanjay Gupta gives that as his first thought about helping CNN cover the aftermath of Friday's (Dec. 14) shootings in Newtown, Conn., that resulted in 28 deaths ... including those of 20 young students and six staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
As with many reporters during the past week, the cable news network's chief medical correspondent has been challenged to stay professional while feeling the emotion of the situation, particularly as a parent of three young daughters himself.
"People say that when you have kids, it's tougher," Gupta tells Zap2it of being on the story, "and I think that's true, but I don't think it's just that. Even if you just know kids, what in their world context could have made these kids think that what was about to happen could happen?
"I'm not sure it would have been better for them to be more fearful, »
As previously noted, Ving Rhames is one of those dudes who just keeps working - in studio films, indie films, TV, even commercials (he's pushing Buicks now). And we'll be seeing more of Rhames on TV in TNT's new medical drama series titled Monday Mornings, from Emmy-winning writer-producer David E. Kelley and CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta, on whose book the project is based. Ving Rhames stars in the drama, along with Alfred Molina, in a series which is set in a fictional Portland, Or hospital called Chelsea General, and follows the lives of doctors as they "push the limits of their abilities and confront their personal and professional failings." The series uses as a backdrop, the hospital’s Monday Morbidity and Mortality conference, considered the most secretive meeting in all of medicine, where doctors gather for a confidential review of complications and...
- Tambay A. Obenson
As previously noted, Ving Rhames is one of those dudes who just keeps working - in studio films, indie films, TV, even commercials (he's pushing Buicks now). And we'll be seeing more of Rhames on TV in TNT's new medical drama series titled Monday Mornings, from Emmy-winning writer-producer David E. Kelley and CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta, on whose book the project is based. Ving Rhames stars in the drama, along with Alfred Molina, in a series which is set in a fictional Portland, Or hospital called Chelsea General, and follows the lives of doctors as they "push the limits of their »
- Tambay A. Obenson
The NBC legal drama that earned title star Kathy Bates an Emmy nomination had its loyalists, many of whom haven't given up on the show returning in some form. Creator and executive producer Kelley has a new project -- his TNT medical series "Monday Mornings" is a collaboration with CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta that premieres Monday, Feb. 4 -- but he understands and appreciates the "Harry's Law" mourning.
"There a lot of things I think we could have done better with that show," Kelley tells Zap2it, "but it's still hard to fathom that we were their top-rated scripted show ... or close to it, depending on whose data you look at. It was either us or 'Smash.' That it wasn't good enough because our viewers were too old, it's still hard to make sense of that. »
Beauty and the Beast‘s Catherine may want to check if she has any tells, because TVLine has learned that onetime Lie to Me lie detector Brendan Hines is joining the CW drama as a police department psychologist who will get inside the pretty detective’s head — “or at least tries to,” says exec producer Sherri Cooper.
Cooper says that with Hines’ seemingly mild-mannered shrink come questions, such as, “Who does he work for? How much does Catherine open up to him? Does she trust him?” The Ep also teases “good chemistry” between the characters.
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- Team TVLine
In the name of proper closure, the writing staff of TNT’s Leverage has written this month’s season 5 finale as if it is the heist show’s very last episode. Still waiting to find out whether the show will be renewed for a sixth season, executive producer Dean Devlin and his team decided to go forward with writing and producing the series finale they had had planned since starting the show.
Devlin announced this news in an open letter to fans published on Leveragefans.com today. Read a portion of it below:
As of the writing of this letter, »
- Emily Rome
With his TNT caper drama’s fate in flux, Leverage executive producer Dean Devlin isn’t counting on stealing a Season 6. As such, he says that the season-ender airing Dec. 25 is purposely designed to also serve as a “powerful” series finale.
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“[Fellow Ep] John Rogers and I decided to end this season with the episode we had planned to make to end the series, way back when we shot the pilot,” Devlin wrote in an open letter on LeverageFans.com. As a result, the hour — perhaps inauspiciously titled “The Long Good-bye »
- Vlada Gelman
I'm surprised The New Normal isn't celebrating Thanksgiving with a "Freedom from Want" homage.
The Av Club takes a look at 30 Rock and notes that in just about any other year, it would have been the kind of short-lived comedy that lands on critics' lists of brilliant shows that ended too soon, like Action, Buffalo Bill or Get a Life.
Hannibal keeps adding to its guest cast. TV Line reports »
David E. Kelley has a new medical drama with a strong cast coming to TNT next year. Want to take a look?
Below EW.com has the exclusive first teaser trailer for Monday Mornings, which is set at the fictional Chelsea General Hospital in Portland, Oregon. The drama stars Ving Rhames, Alfred Molina, Jamie Bamber and Jennifer Finnigan. Based on the book by Dr. Sanjay Gupta (who also serves as an executive producer on the show), the title refers to the hospital’s weekly morbidity and mortality conference, when doctors gather with their peers for a confidential review of complications and errors in patient care. »
- James Hibberd
Is trouble headed Serena van der Woodsen’s way?
Video | Gossip Girl Revealed!
Cassidy, who was spotted on the show’s New York set yesterday, last appeared in Season 4 when her character tried to destroy Serena after being mistakenly led to believe that the blonde had her brother imprisoned following their affair. (It was actually Lily who forged Serena’s signature on the affidavit.)
Could Juliet be the infamous Gossip Girl? Sound off in the comments!
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- Vlada Gelman
ABC has picked up a fourth season of its hit original series “Pretty Little Liars.” The all new season will consist of 24 one-hour episodes that will start to air mid 2013.
Finally, TNT have announced premiere dates for several of its shows. "Rizzoli & Isles" and "Leverage" will commence the second half of their seasons from November 27th. The second season of "Dallas" will commence January 28th, David E. Kelley's new medical drama "Monday Mornings" will hit February 4th, the fifth season of "Southland" premieres February 13th, and "Boston's Finest" will premiere February 27th. »
- Garth Franklin
Are you ready to go back to Southfork?
TNT has announced that Dallas will return for a second season Jan. 28, and also announced the premiere dates for a handful other shows, including Rizzoli & Isles, Leverage, and two new shows — Monday Mornings, a drama from David E. Kelley about a group of Portland doctors, and Boston’s Finest, an unscripted series from executive producer Donnie Wahlberg.
See the full list of premiere dates below.
Rizzoli & Isles (winter premiere) Nov. 27
Leverage (winter premiere) Nov. 27
Dallas (season 2), Jan. 28
Monday Mornings (series premiere), Feb. 4
Southland (season 5), Feb. 13
Boston’s Finest (series premiere), Feb. 27
- Sandra Gonzalez
TNT has announced return dates for Rizzoli & Isles, Dallas, Leverage, and Southland. In addition, two new shows -- Monday Mornings and Boston's Finest -- will debut.
The remaining five episodes of Rizzoli & Isles' third season and the final five installments of Leverage's fifth season will kick off on Tuesday, November 27th. The last episodes of their seasons will air on Christmas.
Dallas' second season of 15 episodes will start airing on Monday, January 28th. The fifth season of Southland is set to kick off on Wednesday, February 13th. There are 10 episodes.
Monday Mornings, a brand new medical drama from David E. Kelley, is set to debut on Monday, February 4th. Boston's Finest (working title), a non-scripted series about firefighters from Beantown, will launch on Wednesday, February 27th.
Here are some additional details from TNT: »
TNT has set 2013 premiere dates for new seasons of "Dallas" and "Southland," which it will use to help launch two new series. The cable channel is also bringing back "Rizzoli & Isles" and "Leverage" for more episodes later in the fall.
Taking things chronologically:
- "Rizzoli & Isles" and "Leverage" will both return for holiday-season runs on Tuesday, Nov. 27. It's a familiar scheduling strategy for TNT; both shows have aired episodes around that time in past seasons.
- Season 5 of "Southland" debuts Wednesday, Feb. 13. Unscripted series "Boston's Finest," which follows Boston police officers and is executive produced by Donnie Wahlberg, will join "Southland" on Feb. 27. »
TNT revealed its Winter 2012-13 premiere dates lineup, via press release, which includes returning hits like Southland (Regina King, Dorian Missick) and Leverage (Aldis Hodge); as well as the launch of its new medical drama Monday Mornings, from David E. Kelley and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, which stars Ving Rhames. Also, TNT will team up with TBS for a live simulcast of the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 27. Here are premiere dates and times for the 3 shows (old and new) of note: Southland Season Premiere: Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 10 p.m. (Et/Pt) TNT's critically acclaimed police drama takes viewers directly to the streets of La to present an »
- Tambay A. Obenson
TNT revealed its Winter 2012-13 premiere dates lineup, via press release, which includes returning hits like Southland (Regina King, Dorian Missick) and Leverage (Aldis Hodge); as well as the launch of its new medical drama Monday Mornings, from David E. Kelley and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, which stars Ving Rhames. Also, TNT will team up with TBS for a live simulcast of the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 27. Here are premiere dates and times for the 3 shows (old and new) of note: Southland Season Premiere: Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 10 p.m. (Et/Pt) TNT's critically acclaimed police drama takes viewers directly to the streets of La to present an intensely personal, first-person look at cops and detectives on the beat. The extraordinary show - starring Michael Cudlitz, Shawn Hatosy, Regina King and Ben McKenzie - has redefined the police drama genre with a raw, authentic look at the lives »
- Tambay A. Obenson
When will arguments break out again over oil? When will the streets of southern Los Angeles get cleaned up once more? When will Rizzoli make her next witty comment to Isles?
TNT has unveiled its winter premiere/return calendar for a number of favorites...
9 p.m. Rizzoli & Isles
10 p.m. Leverage
9 p.m. Dallas (two-hour Season 2 premiere)
10 p.m. Southland »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
2 October 2012 9:28 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
As promised, TNT's Dallas reboot will get an early return after this summer's run. The second season of Texas drama will open Jan. 28. Before the return to Southfork, veteran dramas Rizzoli & Isles and Leverage will finish out their recent seasons with new batches of episodes premiering Nov. 27. Photos: The Odds on Which Fall Shows Will Survive The cable network's new year-round focus on original programming also sees TNT beefing up its slate in February. Two previously announced shows will premiere before the typical summer roll-out. The first, David E. Kelley and Sanjay Gupta's Monday Mornings,
- Michael O'Connell
As part of its strategic expansion to year-round original programming, TNT is set to burn brightly this winter with a slate of six original series. The lineup includes the return of three hit dramas, a new season of one of the most acclaimed series on television and the premiere of a brand new medical drama from David E. Kelley and Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Among TNT’s winter highlights, hit dramas Rizzoli & Isles and Leverage will return for a run of episodes beginning Nov. 27. TNT’s hot new series Dallas will return for its second season on Jan. 28, followed on Feb. 4 by the debut of Monday Mornings, the new David E. Kelley-Sanjay Gupta medical drama starring Ving Rhames, Alfred Molina and Jamie Bamber. On Feb. 13, TNT will launch the fifth season of Southland, the acclaimed police drama that puts viewers in the middle of the action on the streets of Los Angeles. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
TNT on Tuesday announced return dates for several of its series, as well as set premieres for a pair of new shows.
Of the familiar fare, Dallas‘ sophomore season will startup on Jan. 28, while Southland‘s Season 5 will bow the next month on Feb. 13.
Both Leverage and Rizzoli & Isles — currently in their midseason breaks — will be back with a run of episodes beginning Nov. 27.
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- Kimberly Roots
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