Mrs. Which (Oprah Winfrey) admonishes Meg (Storm Reid) to be a warrior, while her father promises that his love for her will always be there, ‘even if you can’t see it,’ in the trailer for Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time.
For 60 Minutes’ 50th Anniversary Season Premiere, it’s pretty much business as usual – Scott Pelley reports on hurricane destruction; Lelsey Stahl interviews Senator John McCain and oh, yes, Oprah Winfrey files her first story – focusing on the political dive in America.
60 Minutes returns for its 50th season on Sunday, September 24th (7/8C).
CBS has announced the first wave of presenters for the 69th Primetime Emmys and its a pretty spectacular list!
Nicole Kidman, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Alec Baldwin are just a few of the presenters named for the 69th Primetime Emmys – which Stephen Colbert will host, live, from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 17th (8/7C).
In honor of Mary Tyler Moore, PBS will present an encore broadcast of the 2015 documentary Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration.
Featuring interviews with Oprah Winfrey, Betty White and more, Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration looks at her more than fifty year career in the entertainment industry – on television, in the movies, on stage – and its lasting impact in shaping the world we live in today.
Follow the jump for a trailer and a clip featuring Oprah Winfrey.
CBS, home to the iconic The Mary Tyler Moore Show, will air Mary Tyler Moore: Love Is All Around – hosted by Gayle King – on Thursday, January 26th (9/8C).
The CBS New special will include interviews with ‘Oprah Winfrey, newsmakers, admirers and others expressing their thoughts about Moore’s profound impact on acting and how women were portrayed in the media, as well as her work outside of entertainment.’
On the eve of the 45th anniversary of the premiere of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” PBS has announced a new documentary about the TV legend.
From The Dick Van Dyke Show to Robert Redford’s Ordinary People and beyond, Mary Tyler Moore has shown herself to be a gifted and versatile actor. But it was with The Mary Tyler Moore Show (which 45 years ago) that Moore had her greatest influence – showing the world that a woman could have a successful career and a rewarding life on both personal and professional levels.
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration features a look at her life and 50-year career and will present interviews with notable fans (like Oprah Winfrey) and professional colleagues (Dick Van Dyke, Ed Asner, Carl Reiner).
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration airs on PBS on Tuesday, October 13th (8/7C). For further details, follow the jump.
Can a talented newcomer teach a seasoned chef new gastronomic tricks? Can two wildly different cultures learn from each other? These are two of the questions posed by DreamWorks Pictures’ The Hundred-Foot Journey.
A new featurette features producers Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey discussing these ideas accompanied by new footage from the film. Check it out following the jump. The Hundred-Foot Journey reserves theater space beginning August 8th.
Selma, the story of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s struggle to secure voting rights for all people, will open in limited release on Christmas Day. The film’s release will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the passing of The Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Oprah Winfrey has joined the film’s stellar cast, which includes David Oyelowo as King, Tom Wilkinson as Lyndon B. Johnson and Giovanni Ribisi as Lee White. She will play Annie Lee Cooper, an elderly woman who is a highly visible leader amongst the civil rights protesters in Selma who tried to vote but were not allowed. For more details, check out the press release following the jump.
Say it ain’t so. Oprah calls it quits. She’s ending her show in 2011, she will make the announcement on her show tomorrow (Friday). Twitter is all atwitter over the news and has had over 8,000 tweets an hour since the announcement. I’ll admit it, I don’t like Oprah and never liked her – the only episode I ever watched in it’s entirety was the one where she had Prince on when he released Emancipation, but I admire the heck of what she’s accomplished. To come from nothing to where she is today is astonishing. Maybe her meeting earlier this week with the babbling idiot Sarah Palin finally did her in.