The world is Sir David Attenborough's playground, which he has revealed on camera in all of its natural wonder with irrepressible enthusiasm for the last 60 years, forging a career that encompasses what he calls "the golden age of natural history filmmaking." His breakthrough TV programs include 1979's epic Life on Earth, which launched a series of "Life" specials, and such recent phenoms as Planet Earth and Frozen Planet (although Discovery Channel replaced his narration with American actors for U.S. broadcast).
PBS' Nature celebrates his astonishing milestones over the next three Wednesdays with a miniseries, Attenborough's Life Stories (check tvguide.com listings), which functions as a visual history of how this sort of nature programming has evolved with the help of technological breakthroughs.
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West Beverly High School is having a mini-reunion, sponsored by Old Navy.
The comfort clothing retailer has recruited cast members from the original Beverly Hills, 90210 to appear in new ads — and offer winking nods to their teenage alter egos.
Many of us (myself included) were stunned to realize that in January, original Beverly Hills, 90210 star Gabrielle Carteris became the first of her old Peach Pit gang to turn the big 5-0.
Well, if you're wondering what Gabrielle looks like now (pretty amazing actually!), you'll find out on March 14 when she debuts as an alien on NBC's The Event. Gabrielle's character, Diane Geller, who appears again on the March 21 episode, is an old friend of ...
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This week of television included lots of moving and shaking: The Oscars proved that an awards show about movies is no place for dancing. House's Wilson frolicked as a woodland nympho, er, nymph. The winds of change came to Big Love. A suicide bomber went splat on 24. And the gifted players of Modern Family mimed their way to the funny. Welcome to Top Moments: Bodies in Motion Edition.
No, it's not too early for '90s nostalgia. Sitcom stars Joey Lawrence (Blossom) and Melissa Joan Hart (Clarissa Explains it All, Sabrina the Teenage Witch) are joining forces for ABC Family's upcoming Melissa & Joey, while Dawson's Creek heartthrob James Van der Beek now has a recurring role on Mercy. Meanwhile, everyone's favorite West Beverly editor-in-chief — Gabrielle Carteris of Beverly Hills, 90210 — will soon explore her...
Former Beverly Hills, 90210 star Gabrielle Carteris will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Criminal Minds, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Carteris, 49, will appear in this season's 17th episode, which finds the BAU tracking a highway serial killer. Carteris, who plays the mother of 15-year-old girl, is questioned by Hotch (Thomas Gibson) & Co. after she crosses paths with the suspected murderer.
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90210 fans will remember Carteris as the bookish Andrea Zuckerman, who also became a teen mom. Since then, she has appeared ...
Last night's debut of The Surreal Life left us feeling amused, a little dirty and very curious. Hey kids, isn't that what reality TV is for? To review, here's the sitch: Seven B-list celebs were moved into a mansion Real World style, courtesy of the WB. The almost famous flock — Gabrielle Carteris, Corey Feldman, MC Hammer, Emmanuel Lewis, Jerri Manthey, Vince Neil and Brande Roderick — were then forced to interact. Their bickering and badmouthing led to some fun revelations... and a few nagging questions, which sent TV Guide Online a-prowlin' for the scoop.
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