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Animal Planet Orders First Scripted Special Starring Martin Sheen

Animal Planet is venturing into scripted programming with its first ever film starring Martin Sheen, the network announced at Thursday's Discovery Communications upfront.

Based on the true events that inspired Herman Melville's Moby-Dick, Revenge of the Whale features Old Thomas Nickerson (Sheen) as he tells his story about being a cabin boy on the ill-fated voyage of the whaling ship The Essex. The two-hour special, a co-production with the BBC, also stars Jonas Armstrong and Adam Rayner.

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VIDEO: Robin Hood: Something Worth Fighting For, Part 2

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Robin Hood: Something Worth Fighting For, Part 2
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Aired: 12/5/2009

War breaks out in Nottingham as the Sheriff attacks with everything he has. Robin and the gang fight to defend the castle, but are forced to retreat. Finally it comes down to the feared few: Robin, Gisborne, Isabella and the Sheriff. watch

VIDEO: Something Worth Fighting For: Part 2

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Something Worth Fighting For: Part 2
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Length: 43:43
Aired: 12/5/2009

War breaks out in Nottingham as the Sheriff attacks with all his might. Robin and the gang fight to defend the castle, but are forced to retreat. watch

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Robin Hood: Confrontation On St Bamaba
Robin Hood: Do You Love Me
Robin Hood: Trouble
Robin Hood: Entertaining

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Year Title Description
2014 Edge Of Tomorrow Movie, Actor - Skinner
2012 Hit & Miss TV Show Series, Actor - Ben
2010 The Street: Episode 5
Season 3, Episode 5
Episode, Actor - Nick
2010 The Street: Episode 3
Season 3, Episode 3
Episode, Actor - Pvt. Nick Calshaw
2007 Robin Hood TV Show Series, Actor - Robin Hood

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Matt Roush reviews The Winner with Rob Corddry

Fox, which does well with animated comedies, is overdue a live-action winner. The network may finally have found one in the unlikely form of a balding, bumbling, giggling, socially maladroit perpetual adolescent named Glen Abbott, who is also the season's most original comic hero. Like Glen, The Winner (premiering Mar. 4 at 8:30 pm/ET) is deeply silly, endearingly sweet, a little creepy and undeniably weird. Told in flashbacks to 1994, this is the story of how, at the overripe age of 32, Glen (The Daily Show's Rob Corddry) awakens from life with Mom and Dad at home, where he has cultivated an unnatural fascination with the sitcom Wings. New neighbors provide the catalyst for Glen's long-delayed coming of age, which he tells us in voice-over will lead him to become the richest man in Buffalo. Alison (the winsome Erinn Hayes read more

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