Made

2003, TV Show

News

Sitcom Star Brings Class to WTC Role

Jon Bernthal in The Class

In town to promote Oliver Stone's World Trade Center and the new CBS sitcom The Class, Jon Bernthal gave TVGuide.com an inside look at doing a movie about the city's darkest day, living at home with "mom" and planning his ultimate dream.

TVGuide.com: What was it like to be part of World Trade Center?
Bernthal:
It was really an honor, and different from any other acting job. Normally when you get a script and you meet with the director, you work together to create somebody, but this was really going the other way. It was a read more

Many Happy Returns: A Parent's Guide

Barney & Friends' Riff, Degrassi's Cassie Steele (Manny)

New characters! New episodes! New seasons! Check out our helpful guide to our favorite returning kids shows on broadcast, cable and satellite. PreschoolFirst up, Sesame Street (PBS) celebrates the start of Season 37 next week by adding the magical Abby Cadabby, a delightful (if mistake-prone) sprite who represents the first new female Sesame Muppet in more than 13 years. [Look for a TVGuide.com Insider Q&A with Abby on Monday, Aug. 14.] Barney & Friends (Sept. 15, PBS) also waited 13 years to introduce Riff, their new dino character, whose musical imagination helps usher in an era of more varied tunes. New playmates will also populate the worlds of read more

The 78th Annual Academy Awards...

Jon Stewart

The 78th Annual Academy Awards 8:01: The opening scene just demonstrates why we love Jon Stewart: No one does self-deprecation so funny. Not even George Clooney. I think my dog would look great in a Steve Martin wig. 8:05: At first, the Hollywood royalty aren't laughing quite as hard as I am at Jon's jokes — especially not at the one about the suffering caused by movie piracy. But nothing brings people together like a Bjork joke. (She was trying on her gown and Cheney shot her!) And then the gay Western montage. Not even Stewart knows how to follow up that hilarity, so I'm not even gonna try. Brilliant. 8:16: Nicole Kidman's weird intro for the best-supporting-actor nominees has me thinking right away that Clooney will win. And then he does; self-deprecation keeps working wonders. "So I'm not winning director." The music starts after about 10 sec read more

Are You Watching?

Loading ...
Premiered: January 11, 2003, on MTV
Rating: TV-PG
User Rating: (40 ratings)
Add Your Rating: 1 stars2 stars3 stars4 stars5 stars
Premise: People seeking to change their lives get help from experts in such endeavors as public speaking, fashion and sports.

Shop

Rigging Math Made Simple, Second Edition
Buy Rigging Math Made Simple, Second Edition from Amazon.com
From Spring Knoll Press (Paperback)
Usually ships in 24 hours
Buy New: $17.09 (as of 10/22/14 8:37 PM EST - more info)
Marijuana Cooking: Good Medicine Made Easy
Buy Marijuana Cooking: Good Medicine Made Easy from Amazon.com
From Green Candy Press (Paperback)
Usually ships in 24 hours
Buy New: $10.66 (as of 10/22/14 8:37 PM EST - more info)

More Products

TV GUIDE Users' Most Popular