Hello, this is Garrett Godwin, and it is time to Go Now. This is where to get the latest in the world of entertainment:
Â· The premiere date for Law & Order: Criminal Intent has been pushed back once again. Originally scheduled for this month, the show will begin its eighth season in this spring. Jeff Goldblum joins the cast as Det. Wheeler`s new partner Zach Nichols. He`ll replacing Chris Noth, who exited CI last season as Det. Mike Logan after three years. Goldblum`s no stranger to being a small screen detective; he starred with Ben Vereen in the acclaimed but short-lived 1980 show Tenspeed and Brown Shoe, and recently in the NBC 2007 short-lived series Raines.
Â·CANADA (Sasha Stoltz Publicity): You`ve been offered an initiation for a fundraiser from Bruce McDonald for his new film A Love Supreme. Co-directed by both McDonald and Peter Lynch, it tells the romance between a magical boy and girl through the music of jazz legend John Coltrane -- performed by legendary artists. Performances will include The Rich Brown Trio featuring bass player Rich Brown, Imaan Faith, and much more. Plus, you`ll get a sneak preview of the film while the event`s being shot, which is the Trane Studio (964 Bathurst Street; 416-913-8197) tomorrow night at ; admission is $50.
Nightly TV Listings:
Â· at tonight is another search for the next American Idol on FOX as well as a new NCIS on CBS.
Â· at is an all-new Without a Trace, co-scripted by series regular Roselyn Sanchez, as her FBI onscreen alter-ego Elena confronts her past as she searches for her former partner, who disappeared after an undercover job. Then, on an all-new Leverage on TNT, the team`s plan to take down a corrupt construction firm could be at risk when Nate (Timothy Hutton) hits the bottle once more.
And that is all the time we have here, so thanks for joining me. And don`t forget to check out the latest -- right here at the SOP. For now, this is Garrett Godwin, and I have to Go Now once more, so stay warm and I`ll see you later.
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