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'Good Day NY' Looks At Marc Anthony's 'Nightline' Interview (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Sep 2nd 2011 3:45PM
Marc Anthony on 'Nightline' on 'Good Day New York'You knew when Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez announced their divorce in July that the exclusive interviews wouldn't be far behind. They have arrived, the latest one being Marc Anthony's interview with John Quinones for 'Nightline' Thursday night. Friday morning, 'Good Day New York' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox) entertainment reporter Julie Chang recounted the interview.

Chang said the couple had mutually agreed to the divorce. "We realized very, very early on that even though we're not together, this story's not over," Anthony told 'Nightline.' "There's stuff to do together. There's life to see together through Max and Emmy. You know what I mean? So it's all good, man."

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Jada Pinkett Smith Teases Hot New Season of 'HawthoRNe' on 'Chelsea Lately' (VIDEO)

by Mike Moody, posted Jun 14th 2011 4:05AM
jada pinkett smith chelsea latelyJada Pinkett Smith stopped by 'Chelsea Lately' (Weeknights, 11PM ET on E!) to chat with Chelsea Handler about the upcoming season of her TNT medical drama 'HawthoRNe.'

Pinkett Smith promised that things would heat up on the third season of 'HawthoRNe' thanks to her character's love triangle with Dr. Wakefield, played by 'Alias' alum Michael Vartan, and Detective Nick Renata, played by new cast member Marc Anthony, who Pinkett Smith dubbed "Brown thunder."

Anthony is also the show's new "executive music person," says Smith, who also revealed that she envied Vartan, because he go to use the "A" word on a recent episode.

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TNT putting together a network-killing summer schedule

by Jason Hughes, posted Apr 30th 2009 9:30AM
Leverage

When the networks go into summer hibernation, it's time for the cable networks to come out and play. While they've been making inroads with fall and spring original programming, most cable networks stick to the summer frame where competition is light and they put up huge numbers that NBC would envy. TNT added a few shows to achieve a three-night schedule of original programming this summer, bringing it closer and closer to full network programming levels. And TNT knows a thing or two about massive ratings hits.

They're coupling smash hit The Closer at 9 PM ET with Raising the Bar at 10 on Mondays starting June 8. Bar launched huge and secured a renewal before everyone realized what a huge steaming pile of crap it was. So now it's got the cushiest timeslot on the network to try and win back all the viewers it pissed away. Let's hope they've improved the product and Felicityed Mark Paul-Gosselaar's hair.

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TNT adds two series to its lineup

by Brad Trechak, posted Jan 8th 2009 2:07PM
TNTTNT is furthering its investment in original drama by adding two new shows to its programming, increasing the number of original hour-long dramas they offer to seven. The first new show is The Line, a cop drama produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and starring Dylan McDermott. The second is a medical drama called Time Heals starring Jada Pinkett Smith.

This seems to me an example of a trickle-down effect. Due to the Internet and video-on-demand, reruns simply don't work anymore in keeping a network in business. Original drama worked so well for premium networks such as HBO and Showtime that standard cable stations such as AMC, TNT and several others took it upon themselves to do the same.

I guess Leverage is such a winner for the network that it can afford to add to its line-up. At this rate, there is going to be too much original television offered weekly for a human being to possibly keep up (if there isn't already), which is why video-on-demand was invented in the first place.

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