‘NCIS’ Handcuffs Robert Wagner This Week

Robert Wagner in handcuffs? That’s what you’ll see if you catch the promo spot CBS is running for this coming Tuesday’s episode of “NCIS,” on which Wagner guest-stars as Anthony DiNozzo Sr., father of special agent Anthony DiNozzo Jr., played by Michael Weatherly. Wagner, 81 (believe it or not), has been on the top-rated CBS […]

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CBS’ ‘Gentleman’ Canceled After Just Two Episodes

UPDATED: “How to Be a Gentleman” has been canceled after only two episodes have aired, making the CBS sitcom the fourth new network series to be axed so far in the new season. The news that “Gentleman” has already ceased production was reported here following the news that CBS had pulled “Gentleman” from its Thursday […]

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Amanda Knox’s Lawyers Try to Block Lifetime TV Movie

Some women might be flattered to have Hayden Panettiere star in a movie about their life. But when that proposed movie is about a real-life murder case, which is still under appeal, that’s just not cool. So say lawyers for Amanda Knox, the American exchange student convicted in December, along with her 23-year-old boyfriend Raffaele […]

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’48 Hours’ Correspondent Harold Dow Dies at 62

NEW YORK — Emmy-winning CBS News correspondent Harold Dow, who helped shape the documentary program ‘48 Hours‘ and covered the kidnapping of Patricia Hearst and the Sept. 11 attacks, has died. He was 62. Dow died suddenly Saturday morning in New Jersey, network spokeswoman Louise Bashi said. He lived in Upper Saddle River, N.J., but […]

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Amanda Knox Murder Mystery Returns To News

“Why is Amanda Knox still in jail?” The question was asked by Ted Simon, the attorney for the 22-year-old American student jailed in Italy for murdering her roommate. Speaking to ‘Good Morning America,’ Simon said there’s a new witness who can prove that Knox was someplace else when the murder took place. There’s a 200-page […]

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Producer Admits to Attempted Letterman Shakedown

By JENNIFER PELTZ Associated Press Writer NEW YORK — A television producer admitted Tuesday to trying to shake down David Letterman in a case that bared the late-night icon’s affairs with staffers, avoiding a long prison sentence by pleading guilty in exchange for six months in jail and community service. Robert “Joe” Halderman, 52, entered […]

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