September 2004
Multichannel News;9/20/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 38, p44
This article focuses on news briefs related to various television programmes. John Hannah, will be on the case for BBC America in the weeks ahead. The Scottish actor will not only star as Iain McCaIlum in select episodes of a second season of forensics drama McCallum and mystery movie "Amnesia," but has filmed a number of wraps for the nets "Mystery Mondays," drama strand. Another article focuses on Hispanic Heritage Month, Linda Ellerbee will premiere a Nickelodeon News special in which she and comedian/actor John Leguizamo interact with a number of Hispanic-American kids.


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