'Scandal' stars Tony Goldwyn and Jeff Perry posed together at the 73rd Annual George Foster Peabody Awards celebration which took place at The Waldorf Astoria in New York. While the actors were honoured for their creative work on 'Scandal', other honourees included filmmakers and producers, TV presenters and news anchors.
Halle Berry, Dion Sanders, Bill Cowher, Tony Gonzalea, Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, James Brown, Norah O'Donnell, Charlie Rose, Gayle King, Les Moonves, Julis Chen, Will Arnett, Margo Martindale, Beau Bridges, Joey McIntyre, The McCarthys, Mark Harmon, Pauley Perette, NCIS Cast, Miguel Ferrer, NCIS Los Angeles, Dylan McDermott, Maggie Q, Chris O'Donnell, LL Cool J, Anna Faris, Allison Janney, The Talk, Katherine Mcphee, Scorpion Cast, Tea Leoni, Bebe Neuwirth, Madam Secretary, Morgan Freeman, Josh Duhamel, Dean Winters, NCIS New Orleans and Renee Felice Smith. - CBS presented its 2014-15 prime time schedule at Carnegie Hall, where many of the Network's new and returning series' stars were in attendance - New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 14th May 2014
Charlie Rose and Rosalind P. Walter - WNET Annual Gala celebrates people and partnerships that help the station thrive at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City - New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 1st April 2014
Charlie Rose accidentally let slip a tiny detail about the final episodes.
Before the kickoff of Breaking Bad’s final season, creator Vince Gilligan paid a visit Sunday night to the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens to celebrate the opening of a new exhibition, “From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White’s Transformation in 'Breaking Bad.' He also sat down for a chat with Charlie Rose, during which the newsman accidentally spilled the beans on a BB season finale detail, which, while it isn’t all that revealing, still counts as a spoiler – especially on a show that guards its secrets this closely. Though, to be fair, the rest of the chat was much more interesting, as Gillian discussed the challenges of writing a protagonist, going through such a dramatic change, or Breaking Bad’s ultimately numbered days.
Gilligan recently celebrated the finale along with the BB cast.
“ ‘Breaking Bad’ was always much more of a finite construct,” he said. “Most TV shows are designed by their nature to be open-ended, to be indefinite, to go on forever. It’s hard to get a TV show going, and once you get it going, you don’t want it to end and I didn’t want ‘Breaking Bad’ to end. But I knew creatively when your self-imposed franchise, as was the case in ‘Breaking Bad,’ is to take your protagonist and turn him into your antagonist, that is a continuum you’ve just ascribed for yourself, and there’s only so bad that bad could be. By its very nature this is something that has a limited shelf life.”
'How I Met Your Mother' stars Cobie Smulders and Alyson Hannigan joined 'CBS This Morning' anchors Charlie Rose, Norah O'Donnell and Gayle King on the red carpet at the 2013 CBS Upfront Presentation in New York City.
The title of this documentary, unquestionably, calls for sensation, for the film is based on its main character's singular cannibalistic experience. But the reality is a bit more down-to-earth, as the filmmakers -- brother and sister David and Laurie Gwen Shapiro -- depict a man and the way he found his place in life within a context of much more complex and sensitive issues.
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