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By Jueseppi B.
The Hollywood Reporter reports:
The late-night talk show from CBS Television Distribution has already been sold in all top 10 markets and 17 of the top 20, covering 52 percent of the country.
The project will see the former host of The Arsenio Hall Showreteam with CBSTVD, whose previous incarnation, Paramount Domestic Television, oversaw his syndicated late-night talker that ran from 1989-94.
“We’re excited to welcome Arsenio back to the family and partnering on his new, late-night syndicated talk show,” CBSTVD president John Nogawski said in announcing the news Monday. “Arsenio had a substantial following with his previous late-night show, and that same 18-34 audience is now right in the middle of the late-night core audience of 35-54. Years ago, he transcended time periods and attracted a crossover audience while bringing a fresh perspective to late night. That same need in the market exists today as when we originally launched. We are looking forward to the same success with Arsenio’s seasoned expertise and appeal in this genre.”
Hall’s new Monday-Friday entry will bow in fall 2013, with CBSTVD partnering with Tribune broadcasting stations for the show, which already has been sold in the top 10 markets and 17 of the top 20 — covering 52 percent of the country. With Tribune aboard, the strip will launch on 17 stations including WPIX New York and KTLA Los Angeles at 11 p.m. and WGN Chicago at 10 p.m.
The rest of the story can be found at The Hollywood Reporter.
Arsenio Hall is returning to late-night TV. He’s signed for a syndicated show with CBS Television Distribution to begin airing in the fall of 2013, it was announced Monday. It’s familiar territory for Hall, who hosted “The Arsenio Hall Show” between 1989 and 1994. That late-night syndicated talk show was produced by Paramount Domestic Television, which is now CBS Television Distribution.
“It’s an amazing feeling to be going home to my old friends and colleagues and firing upour night thing,” Hall said in statement. “Let’s get busy … Again!”
“Years ago, he transcended time periods and attracted a crossover audience while bringing a fresh perspective to late night,” Nogawski said. “That same need in the market exists today as when we originally launched. We are looking forward to the same success with Arsenio’s seasoned expertise and appeal in this genre.”
The entire story can be read at The New York Daily News.
NEW YORK (AP) — Arsenio Hall is returning to TV’s late-night scene, where he flourished with a talk show two decades ago.
CBS Television Distribution says it is developing a syndicated nightly talk show with the 57-year-old actor and comedian. The company said Monday that the show is set to premiere in fall 2013.
Hall is best known for hosting the Emmy Award-winning ‘‘Arsenio Hall Show,’’ which ran from 1989 to 1994. That show’s place in pop-culture history was clinched in 1992 when then-presidential candidate Bill Clinton appeared and played ‘‘Heartbreak Hotel’’ on the saxophone.
Hall was featured in the 1988 Eddie Murphy comedy ‘‘Coming to America’’ and was a regular on the CBS series ‘‘Martial Law’’ in the late 1990s.
Recently, he won the latest edition of NBC’s ‘‘Celebrity Apprentice.’’
The mere fact Arsenio Hall was a contestant on Donald “Chump” Trumps Celebrity Apprentice is the reason I will NOT be watching his latest attempt to remain in the Hollywood spotlight.
Any Black American who spends a second laughing & grinning in Donald Birther Trumps ugly face, is nothing motr than your typical house nigger, in my UNhumble opinion.
Good luck with that comeback late night TV show….Arsenio.
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By Jueseppi B.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
Developed by Graham Yost and starring Timothy Olyphant, Justified is based on the works of crime novelist Elmore Leonard, including Leonard’s short story “Fire in the Hole.” In Season 3, Deputy US Marshal Raylan Givens (Olyphant) faced off against dirty politics, hidden fortunes, a mysterious criminal ringleader named Limehouse, and Quarles, an ambitious gangster from the underbelly of Motor City.
This January, Raylan will start to pick at the thread of a cold case over 30 years in the making, unraveling a riddle that echoes all the way back to his boyhood and his criminal father’s bad dealings. Meanwhile Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) finds his grip on Harlan loosening due to a Pentecostal preacher with a penchant for theatrics and a knack for manipulation to rival his own.
The series co-stars Walton Goggins as ‘Boyd Crowder;’ Nick Searcy as Givens’ longtime friend and boss ‘Chief Deputy Art Mullen;’ Jacob Pitts as ‘Deputy Marshal Tim Gutterson;’ Erica Tazel as ‘Deputy Marshal Rachel Brooks;’ and Joelle Carter as ‘Ava Crowder.’ Yost wrote the pilot and serves as Executive Producer/Writer on the series. Leonard is also an Executive Producer on the series along with Carl Beverly, Sarah Timberman and Fred Golan. Justified is produced by Sony Pictures Television and FX Productions.
Justified on FX
Published on Jan 4, 2013
Justified Season Premiere. Tuesday, January 8 at 10P only on FX.
CAST & CREW:
With an expansive list of diverse film and television credits, Emmy® Award-nominated Timothy Olyphant is known for his poignant roles in both dramas and comedies. He is currently the star of the critically-acclaimed FX series Justified, based on Elmore Leonard’s short story Fire in the Hole. Olyphant earned an Emmy®nomination as Lead Actor in a Drama Series in 2011.
Demonstrating his penchant for comedy, Olyphant also recurred as a guest star on the 7th (2010 – 2011) season of NBC’s hit comedy series The Office and was just seen on the FX comedyThe League.
On the big screen, Olyphant was most recently seen in I Am Number Four, DJ Caruso’s adaption of James Frey’s novel, playing the guardian to the title character, “Number Four” (Alex Pettyfer). He voiced the role of “The Spirit of the West” in Paramount Pictures’ animated film Rango for director Gore Verbinski.
In 2009, Olyphant starred as the town sheriff in Breck Eisner’s remake of the horror classic The Crazies, which revolves around a small town beset by death and insanity after a plane crash lets loose a secret biological weapon into the water supply. Olyphant also starred in Gary Yates’ independent feature High Life, a comedy about four hapless junkies who plan to rob a bank, which won Best Canadian Feature at the 2009 Calgary International Film Festival. Also in 2009, Olyphant played the lead in David Twohy’s action-adventure thriller A Perfect Getaway for Relativity Media, starring opposite Steve Zahn and Milla Jovovich.
In 2004, Olyphant co-starred with Elisha Cuthbert and Emile Hirsch in 20th Century Fox’sThe Girl Next Door. Olyphant brilliantly portrayed “Kelly,” the porn producer and ex-boyfriend of “Danielle” (Cuthbert), who tries to convince her to come back to the business. Olyphant also starred in Doug Liman’sGO, playing the role of “Todd,” a drug dealer being double-crossed by “Ronna” (Sarah Polley) and “Claire” (Katie Holmes).
Olyphant’s other film credits include GreeneStreet Films’ independent feature Meet Bill, in which he co-starred opposite Aaron Eckhardt and Jessica Alba, the romantic comedyCatch and Release, in which he starred opposite Jennifer Garner, and Dreamcatcher, the film adaptation of Stephen King’s bestselling novel. Olyphant also appeared in Warner Bros.’ Rock Star, Disney’s Gone In 60 Seconds, and New Line Cinema’s A Man Apart, Scream 2, and A Life Less Ordinary.
Olyphant has also enjoyed guest appearances on popular shows such as NBC’s My Name Is Earl, HBO’s Sex and The City, ABC’s Samantha Who?and FX’s award- winning seriesDamages. He first garnered critical notice for his powerful portrayal of the tough, honorable, natural-born leader “Seth Bullock” in HBO’sDeadwood. The groundbreaking series was nominated by the Screen Actors Guild for Best Ensemble for its third season.
Justified Season 4 Extended Promo (HD)
Published on Dec 6, 2012
Get your best look at the upcoming season of Justified in this extended 60 second promo! Justified Season 4 premieres Tuesday January 8th on FX.
Justified Season 4 Synopsis: Raylan will start to pick at the thread of a cold case over 30 years in the making, unraveling a riddle that echoes all the way back to his boyhood and his criminal father’s bad dealings. Meanwhile, Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) finds his grip on Harlan loosening due to a Pentecostal preacher with a penchant for theatrics and a knack for manipulation to rival his own.
Caucasian history is a combination of every other culture’s history, that caucasians have stolen and incorporated into their own weak history. This is a result of a culture that has no identity of it’s very own. Great post Ms. Kstreet607. P.S. To answer that tweet asking why there is a need for a Black History month…caucasian American scholars can not be trusted to tell history honestly & factually when it comes to Black American’s contributions to American History…..so for 28 days each year, we Black Americans celebrate truth, facts, honest accounting of the real American way. Thanks again The Fifth Column.
Originally posted on The Fifth Column:
When I first ventured on to the internet” via AOL political chat rooms, the same question came up…a lot! That was back in 1994.
It always puzzled me because common logic and reasoning would have made the question a moot issue. Everything we read about history in elementary, junior high school, high school and college is about “white history”.
I often wondered, back in those early days of the internet, where do these people come from, don’t they understand that?
My very first website ( 1995) was a portal for Black Websites on the internet. I was literally chastised and verbally castigated for having something labeled “Black” on the internet. Folks wondered why there had to be “Black” websites? It was all too complicated to explain since no matter how careful and detailed I tried to be with my explanations, they still had no clue why there had to…
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