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"Lifetime sets the stage for the premiere of the new version of “Roots” next week with the telefilm “Showing Roots” at 10 p.m. today. The movie is about a white woman and an African American living in a small Southern town in 1977 when the original “Roots” inspires them to integrate their community. NBC celebrates “Red Nose Day” with a live special from 9 to 11 p.m. to raise money for kids in need all across the globe. The second season of the intensely gripping drama “Bloodline” is available for streaming on Netflix, as are the new Adam Sandler film “The Do-Over” and the complete second season of “Chef’s Table.” Gentlemen and ladies, start your gaming machines: TBS airs a three-hour “ELeague” special at 10 p.m., as part of its professional video gaming competition. Reelz premieres a series called “National Enquirer Investigates” with an episode devoted to Marilyn", www.sfchronicle.com
"To TV viewers of a certain age, the term “event series” is defined by a phenomenon that gripped the country in 1977: Roots, a sprawling adaptation of Alex Haley’s novel. Like Star Wars, another game changer of that same year, Roots was an accidental groundbreaker. Fearing a bomb, ABC aired all eight episodes in eight straight days to minimize the damage to its season. What the network got instead was a success: The series was watched by an estimated 130 million people.", www.ew.com
"When History announced that it was putting together a remake of the celebrated 1977 miniseries Roots, the most pressing matter for producers Will Packer and Mark Wolper was to find the right actor to play its iconic main character, Kunta Kinte. “We knew if we didn’t do that right, everything else was going to fall apart,” Packer explained to EW.", www.ew.com
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