Kellie Martin welcomed her and hubby Keith Christian's first child, a daughter named Margaret Heather, on Saturday, reports People.... Foulmouthed and foxy funnylady Sarah Silverman will emcee the 2007 Spirit Awards, to be held Feb. 24, 2007, the day prior to the Oscars.... For a fourth consecutive year, Caroline Kennedy will host the Kennedy Center Honors, airing Dec. 26 on CBS, and this year tributing Andrew Lloyd Webber, conductor Zubin Mehta, Dolly Parton, Smokey Robinson and Steven Spielberg.... Fans of ABC's The Nine, don't miss my Trivial Mattr's blog entry teasing tonight's episode!
On Saturday, Aug. 19, at 9 pm/ET, Hallmark Channel presents "Oh, Baby," the latest in a string of installments in its Mystery Woman movie series, starring ER/Life Goes On alum Kellie Martin as Samantha Kinsey, a bookstore owner who cracks police cases as often as she cracks open Dickens. This time around, Samantha's left holding the bag — actually, a baby — when a stranger flits in and out of her store. A timely twist, as Martin is expecting her own firstborn shortly. TVGuide.com spoke to the actress about her crime-solving, her baby-to-be and what it's like to kill
Question: In response to last week's question about NBC's scheduling of Sunday nights next year, what do you think the chances are that they'll bring back their TV-movies on that night? I think it's kind of a shame that CBS is the only network in the regular TV-movie game right now and TVGuide.com's the Biz just reported that they may dump their movies as well. So what do you think the chances are that NBC will bring back original movies on that night, particularly if CBS dumps their Sunday-night movie next year? After all, Kellie Martin and Tori Spelling aren't going to employ themselves, you know!
Answer: First off, Tori Spelling has kind of become her own boss. She's listed as an executive producer on her new VH1 so-called comedy series, So NoTORIous. And Kellie Martin has been making mystery movies for the Hallmark Channel, so I wouldn't cry for either of those leading ladies just yet. But the answer to your TV-movie question is no. On network TV, the made-for-TV movie is pretty