Posts Tagged ‘ CBS ’

The 55th Grammy Awards Results.

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February 11, 2013
The 55th Grammy Awards Results.

  The results for the 55th Grammys are in. The Best New Artist was Fun and this is a good choice. The Record of the Year goes to Gotye with “Someone I Used to Know”. The biggie The Album of the Year was ‘Babel’ by Mumford and Sons. The Song of the Year goes...
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54th Annual Grammy Awards — CBS, February 12th, 2012

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February 12, 2012
Grammy Awards

It is time for music’s biggest night. This is the only awards show I pay attention to. If you are interested in many offbeat awards, you can monitor the lesser winners on the grammy.com website as it happens. I think Adele will do well and Lady Gaga will not. Look for Song of the...
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Ted Danson Will Move Into CSI Replacing Laurence Fishburne

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July 14, 2011
Ted Danson

The Award winning film and television actor Ted Danson has agreed to appear in season 12 of the crime drama series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. The news follows recent revelations that actor Laurence Fishburne, who is the current lead character in the show and who replaced William Petersen in 2008, will not be returning...
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Bette Midler and Al Pacino Slated to Star in Upcoming HBO Film

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May 25, 2011
Bette Midler

HBO Films is planning the production of a TV movie about Phil Spector. Bette Midler has already signed up for the leading role, which could see the singer, actress and comedian star alongside another Hollywood A-Lister, Al Pacino. The cast will also be joined by Jeffrey Tambor. Oscar winning director David Mamet will direct...
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Super Bowl XLV: The Most Watched Program in Television History

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February 7, 2011
Super Bowl XLV: The Most Watched Program in Television History

Los Angeles, California-based Fox announced today that its broadcast of Super Bowl XLV was the most watched program in television history. This year’s Super Bowl matchup between The Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers averaged an astonishing 111 million viewers. That number surpasses last year’s Super Bowl, broadcast on CBS, which averaged 106.5...
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