Nick Should Have Ball with `I Love Lucy'

By Gail Pennington Of the Post-Dispatch | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), December 28, 1993 | Go to article overview

Nick Should Have Ball with `I Love Lucy'


Gail Pennington Of the Post-Dispatch, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


NICK AT NITE has snagged the best-loved rerun of them all. "I Love Lucy" will join its lineup with a week-long marathon from 7 to 10 p.m. nightly the week of Feb. 14. The show will move to its regular 8 p.m. weeknight slot on Feb. 21.

If the charges against Michael Jackson go to trial, Court TV wants to be there. Jackson said last week that he's hoping for a speedy trial so he can clear his reputation of allegations that he has molested young boys. Steven Brill, Court TV's CEO, immediately announced that his cable network "would seek to cover it if it happens."

Court TV would be interested in either a criminal or civil trial, Brill said. The civil trial brought on behalf of a 13-year-old boy is tentatively scheduled to start in March.

California allows TV cameras in the courtroom, and Court TV helped turn the Menendez brothers' murder trial into a cult hit. There are minors involved in the Jackson case, however, which complicates matters.

In more news from Court TV, the network's Cynthia McFadden will join ABC News early next year as a New York-based general assignment correspondent specializing in legal issues.

When "CBS This Morning" co-anchor Paula Zahn returns from maternity leave Jan. 3, she won't be alone. Her son, born Oct. 16 and dubbed Jared Brandon Cohen (call him J.B.), will make a guest appearance on the show along with co-anchor Harry Smith and his newborn son, Grady. Skitch Henderson will perform a lullaby he wrote for the occasion. (All together now: Awwwww.)

Fox will air reruns of HBO's "Tales From the Crypt" late night on Saturdays, starting Jan. 22. Each week, two half-hour episodes will air back to back at 10 p.m.

Fox has bought 65 episodes of the horror-comedy series, which made its debut in January 1989. …

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