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Premiere Date Set for Bonnie & Clyde Miniseries

Emile Hirsch and Holliday Grainger

The Bonnie & Clyde miniseries starring Emile Hirsch and Holliday Graingerin the title roles will air Sunday, Dec. 8 and Monday, Dec. 9 at 9/8c. The TV event will air simultaneously on Lifetime, A&E and History.

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VIDEO: Prison Break's Lane Garrison Says Jail Was His "Worst Nightmare"

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On Monday's episode of Today, Prison Break's Lane Garrison discussed his 22-month jail stay with Matt Lauer. It was billed as Garrison's "first sit-down" interview since getting out of jail in April 2009, which differentiates it from the stand-up interview he did with TMZ earlier this month. And that's on top of the gory details of his real-life prison experience he divulged to In Touch over a year ago. Garrison seemed content to play along and act like this was the first time he's really talked about his jail stay, going as far as to say he's kept quiet till now "out of respect for the family" of his victim. Hmmm...
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Lane Garrison Released from Prison

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Former Prison Break star Lane Garrison has been released on parole, E! reports.

The actor was released from the California Correctional Institute in Tehachapi, Calif., Wednesday. He began serving a 40-month term in November 2007 after pleading guilty to ...
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Another Bad Break for Ex-Prisoner Lane Garrison

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Prison Break's former Tweener, Lane Garrison, was sentenced on Wednesday to three years and four months in prison for the drunk-driving incident that resulted in the death of a 17-year-old passenger. "The public has the right to know that conduct such as this, causing devastation such as this" won't go unpunished, Superior Court Judge Elden S. Fox told the actor. "Unfortunately, in this case, you have to be the messenger." Just be sure to speak slowly when delivering that message to Paris and Nicole. — Ben Katner read more

Joe Simpson Makes Jailhouse Visit to Garrison

Lane "Tweener" Garrison is "surviving" in prison, Joe Simpson tells The former Prison Break star once lived with the Simpson family, and Joe, a producer and dad to Jessica and Ashlee, visited Garrison in Twin Towers Correctional Facility, an L.A. County jail last week. The actor is awaiting sentencing for vehicular manslaughter — a 17-year-old passenger died in a crash that occurred when the actor was driving drunk, on Dec. 2, 2006 — and could get more than six years. "He’s doing really good, but it’s a scary place. He’s a good kid with a great heart who’s had a horrible life," says Simpson, a former minister. Garrison, who has admitted to having been a teen thief, has his own cell, we’re told. "That’s helpful for his physical safety," Simpson said. "He’ll be all right" — Reported by Ileane Rudolph read more

Lane Garrison Begins 90-day Prison Stay

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Former Prison Break star Lane Garrison checked in at 9:15 Friday morning to Chino State Prison for a 90-day evaluation, based on his Aug. 2 hearing. "He's holding up OK," Garrison's friend Andrew Gallery told TV Guide Friday afternoon. (Gallery directed the actor's emotional testimonial in the short anti-drinking documentary Graduation Day.)On Aug. 2, Judge Eldon Fox ordered prison officials to evaluate Garrison during this 90-day period to see if he is "suitable for probation," explained a representative of the Los Angeles District Attorney's office. When Garrison returns to Judge Fox's court on Oct. 31, if "he is deemed remorseful and suitable for probation," he will not likely serve additional prison time.An intoxicated Garrison was driving the car responsible for the December 2006 Beverly Hills crash that resulted in the death of 17-year-old Vahagn Setian and the serious injuries of two other teen passengers.Graduation Day, which is being produced by Bob Pack, whose own two youn... read more

Prison Break Con's Sentencing Delayed

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Yesterday, Lane Garrison, who pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence, was ordered to undergo 90 days' worth of evaluation by parole officers and psychologists in prison. Then, on Halloween, he will be sentenced — likely to probation and no further jail time. Since his involvement in the wreck that killed a 17-year-old, the actor has appeared to take responsibility for his actions, even going so far as to tape the most graphic PSA in recent memory. "I think [every day] about the bad decision I made," he reiterated in court. "All I can say to you is, 'I'm so sorry.'" The father of the deceased, for one, doesn't want to hear it. "He is an actor," he railed. "He is acting." The DA is majorly against the three-month observation, too, and is going to try to get Garrison four years in the pokey. For more on this story, click here.Friday's Today's News was written by Ben Katner. read more

Possible Lucky Break for Lane Garrison in Court

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Former Prison Break star Lane Garrison may serve only 90 days in jail for the December DUI car crash that resulted in the death of 17-year-old Vahagn Setian. Garrison was not sentenced at today’s Los Angeles County court hearing, but “remanded... to the Department of Corrections for diagnostics,” Judge Eldon Fox decreed. In May, Garrison pleaded guilty to all charges. Setian’s father, the two other teenage victims who were in the car, and psychologists were among the witnesses who testified today. Garrison also testified on his own behalf. Jane Robison, spokesperson for the L.A. County District Attorney’s office explains to TV Guide: Garrison’s “being sent to corrections [jail] for 90 days, for evaluation, to see if he’s suitable for probation. "In 90 days the prison officials will evaluate him, and the State Department will issue a report. [Judge Fox] will take that under advisement and he will be sentenced in October. The D.A. is still recom... read more

Prison Break's Lane Garrison Ready to Face the Consequences

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Lane Garrison is prepared for whatever sentence the judge hands him Aug. 2, according to a friend close to the actor. The former Prison Break star faces up to six years for a guilty plea to charges stemming from a December crash that killed 17-year-old Vahagn Setian and seriously injured two other teens. “Lane knows the consequences,” says Garrison’s close friend, director Andrew Gallery. “He said, ‘Of course I did it, I have to take responsibility and move on to make things better.’ He’s extremely sincere. He knows the gravity of the situation. He’s positive; he knows there’s a new path for him that he wants to take and he’s ready to do that.” Gallery directed Garrison’s emotional testimonial on the dangers of alcohol as part of a 20-minute PSA film, “Graduation Day.” Although the foundation sponsoring the film initially had reservations regarding Garrison’s involvement, those producing the PSA became convin... read more

Prison Break Con Lane Garrison Tapes Pre-Sentencing PSA

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With his sentence on charges ranging from vehicular manslaughter to felony DUI being handed down on Thursday, Prison Break's Lane Garrison has taped a particularly graphic PSA in hopes of dissuading folks from drinking and driving. According to, the recorded spot has the actor recalling the events of the night his actions took the life of a teenage companion, and viewers will see re-created footage of the car wreck. The only thing that could possibly be more effective would be a picture of Lindsay Lohan. Pretty much any picture of Lindsay Lohan. read more

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