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Move over Helen Mirren, there's a new queen in town — Elizabeth Hurley.
Good Day Carolinas will flicker to life at 4:30 a.m. Monday, becoming the fifth local news show trolling for bleary eyeballs weekday mornings on Charlotte TV.
Charlotte’s Mirjana Puhar, 19, has gone from war refugee to troubled adolescent, and from a job at McDonald’s to a gig on The CW’s hit reality competition series.
For every generation, there is a new version of “The Three Musketeers.” The French novel written by Alexandre Dumas in 1844 had all the ingredients of adventure and romance to make it a publishing hit, followed by film classics.
A “Doctor Who” special tracks stars on tour of seven cities across five continents, while “Monumental Mysteries” investigates an oak tree’s connection to witchcraft on Hatteras Island.
The premium cable channel, whose own executives have called it “Skinemax,” has dabbled for years with original programming that didn’t involve a sudden tryst with the pizza delivery guy. But with “The Knick,” it has its first genuine heart-stopper, a bloody good medical drama set in 1900.
In the Season 2 finale of “Rectify,” Daniel has a problem accepting his lawyer Jon Stern’s advice.
Okay, Whovians, your long wait is over. On August 23, BBC America will broadcast the first episode of the new season of the classic science fiction show, Doctor Who. It will introduce Peter Capaldi, 56, as the latest incarnation of the Doctor.
New reality fare remained a big draw on a prime-time landscape jammed otherwise with reruns.
In “Who Do You Think You Are?” actor Kelsey Grammer explores his grandmother’s family and discovers a connection to one of American history’s most notable migrations.
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For the second time in three years, Charlotte?s most prominent alternative weekly has been sold.C...