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Minnie Driver plays devastated mother to a stillborn child

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THE ACTRESS with Paul Adelstein

“I wanted the film to be incredibly human, incredibly real—in the movie, there are no villains,” Sean Hanish, who directed the Lifetime movie “Return to Zero,” said in a recent conference call.

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A chat with the ‘Son of God’

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ruben-diogo Diogo Morgado

“Are you kidding me?” the “Son of God” star asked aloud. We wouldn’t kid the Son of God if it were really Him. We asked Diogo Morgado if he ever imagined that someday he would play Jesus. The Lisbon, Portugal native starred in History Channel’s miniseries, “The Bible,” 2013’s highest-rated cable show, and the movie, “Son of God.”

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Definitely not for the finicky or faint-hearted

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SIMON Yin eats a slimy, eel-like hagfish in Busan, South Korea. PHOTO COURTESY OF A+e nETWORKS aSIA

His job is not for the squeamish, and surely not for wimps. Simon Yin, wacky host of History Channel’s equally wacky travel-adventure program, “Hidden Cities: Extreme” (“HCE”), is no stranger to exotic cuisines and outrageous stunts.

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Movies take a spiritual turn

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CROWE. Topbills big-screen adaptation of “Noah.”

Don’t look now, but global entertainment is about to take a decidedly spiritual turn. No, the cold-blooded hacks and hucksters of the beastly biz haven’t suddenly found God, they’ve pragmatically looked at the impressive ratings and profits of last season’s “The Bible” miniseries on the History Channel, and they want to make all that money and manna from heaven, too!

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TV exec: History, Lifetime Asia soon to air content for Filipinos

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COHAN: “Two-way conversations with fans are very important.” Riz Pulumbarit

Are you ready for the Philippine version of the History Channel? Sean Cohan, executive vice president for international operations of US cable TV giant A+E Networks, recently announced, “We’re bringing History and Lifetime (through) specific local feeds for the Philippines in the first quarter of next year.”

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