March 1, 2012 On the occasion of Davy Jones's death at 66, it's finally time to put aside our prejudices and induct the Monkees into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
Jason Isaacs as Michael Britten in NBC's Awake.
March 1, 2012 NBC's Awake is the finest dramatic pilot the network has served up in quite some time, and if you're willing to give it your attention, it will richly repay you.
March 1, 2012 Sixteen-year-old Jordan Coleman was a voice on the hit TV show The Backyardigans. Then he decided to write and direct his own films — the latest of which is Payin' the Price. He's showing it in multiple cities, and encouraging teens to "speak up and get out" if they are in abusive relationships. Coleman talks with host Michel Martin.
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In the new NBC drama Awake, Jason Issacs plays Michael Britten, a man who survives a car accident along with one of his loved ones — but which one?
March 1, 2012 The new NBC drama stars Jason Isaacs as a man who survives a terrible car accident with either his wife or child. He's living one existence, and dreaming the other — but which is real? It's a lot of work for the viewer, but critic David Bianculli has faith in the show's creators.
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A screenshot from 'Kingdoms Of Amalur: Reckoning.'
February 28, 2012 Commentator Harold Goldberg says the bloody game 'Kingdoms Of Amalur: Reckoning' has been accused of being derivative, but is actually a singular and complicated world of its own.
Judges Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, and Carrie Ann Inaba will hold up the scoring paddles again this season on Dancing With The Stars.
February 28, 2012 This year's Dancing With The Stars cast includes some actually famous people! And then some other people.
After the earthquake, workers were sent inside Reactor 1 at the Fukushima plant to release some of the pressure building up inside the reactors.
February 28, 2012 A small group of engineers, soldiers and firemen risked their own lives to help prevent a complete meltdown after the quake and tsunami hit. Investigative reporter Dan Edge chronicles the aftermath of the disaster in a new Frontline documentary.
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February 27, 2012 Producer and director Reginald Hudlin is one of the few African-American voting members of the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Hudlin is also a father. He shares the songs he listens to with his kids, as part of Tell Me More's series 'In Your Ear.'
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February 27, 2012 Host Michel Martin dishes on the wins, losses, and fashion faux pas of Sunday night's Academy Awards. She checks in with Wesley Morris, film critic for The Boston Globe, and Sheila Marikar, entertainment reporter and producer for ABCNews.Com.
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Penelope Cruz shows off her Oscars gown.
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February 27, 2012 The red carpet looks are almost as exciting as (sometimes more exciting than) the Academy Awards ceremony. Let's dish on some of our favorite and not-so-favorite frocks.
February 27, 2012 The Artist became the first silent film to triumph at Hollywood's highest honors since the original Oscar ceremony 83 years ago. The film's lead actor Jean Dujardin also took home an Academy award for best actor while Michel Hazanavicius, the film's director, also won.
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February 27, 2012 The Artist and Hugo — two movies about movies — were the two big winners at Sunday night's Oscars. The show itself? Well, with Billy Crystal hosting and a raft of tame reminders about the magic of movies, "cautious" might be the best word.
Actress Julia Roberts holds her Oscar for Best Actress for her role in Erin Brokovich at the 73rd Annual Academy Awards on March 25, 2001.
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February 26, 2012 If you're ever tempted to blame the conductor who plays off the long acceptance speeches, you shouldn't — it's the producer's fault.
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Josefina Govea packages an Oscar statuette at R.S. Owens & Company during a media demonstration February 9, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois.
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February 25, 2012 Sunday night is Oscar night, and we'll be here for the whole thing.
February 25, 2012 Video gaming has become a spectator sport. This weekend in New York, 32 of the world's top gamers are gathered to compete. Host Scott Simon speaks with eSports shoutcaster Mike Lamond (aka "Husky") about the growing popularity of professional video gaming.
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