Sunday, July 12, 2009

Drop Cold Diva: Lifetime's active new comedic

Drop Cold Diva on Hot Topics -- Drop Cold Diva is a attainable American comedy-drama fantasy alternation that will accepting on Lifetime on July 12, 2009. The hour-long series, which was created by Josh Berman, is produced by Sony Pictures Television.

The alternation revolves about a vapid albino archetypal wanna-be declared Deb, who is cold in a car crash. But as her appraisal enters the fair gates, she finds herself declared a blowhard abolishment by the emphasis Fred. After allure for a adventitious to accepting to Earth, Deb gets her wish, abandoned to be bought ashamed to activity in the appraisal of a recently-deceased, smart, plus-size apostle declared Jane Bingum. Initially horrified, Deb -- in her new abhorrent appraisal -- discovers the acceptation of abutting adorableness as she changeabout the accurateness to acclimatize acclimatized cases, aided by her abettor Terri, while attempting to reconnect bearding with her still-grieving boyfriend. At the aloft time, Deb begins to antipode her able while acquirements added about her affiliated body's acclimatized activity and how she was adventurous if Jane was alive.

This series, which is accepting beforehand in Peachtree City, Georgia, was originally planned for Fox, but anesthetized on the pilot. According to Berman, "It's a bad-tempered amidst Freaky Friday and Heaven Can Wait," calling it a "life-affirming" dramedy. He adds that in Hollywood, "beauty has been accurate as admeasurement 2 and below 25; hopefully we can admonition redefine the paradigm".

"Drop Dead Diva" is Lifetime's active new comedic ball alternation that puts a abnormally acute aberration on the age-old activity amid accuracy and beauty. It premieres on Lifetime Sunday, July 12 at 9 message et/pt.

The appearance tells the adventure of a beautiful-but-vapid archetypal wannabe, Deb, who has a baleful car blow and al of a sudden finds herself in foreground of Heaven's gatekeeper, Fred, who declares her a blowhard "zero." Outraged, Deb attempts to actuate Fred to acknowledgment her to her bank actuality but is accidentally relegated to the physique of the afresh asleep Jane Bingum (Brooke Elliott). A brilliant, anxious and plus-size advocate with a loyal abettor (Margaret Cho), Jane has consistently lived in the adumbration of her added attractive colleagues, admitting Deb has consistently relied on her alien beauty. Now, by a aberration of fate and a bolt of all-powerful intervention, Deb have to arise to agreement with inhabiting Jane’s plus-size anatomy in the ultimate showdown amid accuracy and beauty.

"Drop Dead Diva" is produced by Sony Pictures Television for Lifetime Television. Josh Berman ("Bones," "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation") is architect and controlling producer. Craig Zadan and Neil Meron (Academy Award–winning "Chicago," "Hairspray," Lifetime's "Living Proof") of Storyline Entertainment are controlling producers.

"Entourage" (HBO, 10:30 p.m.) allocation for its fifth season, on the apprenticed of the breach of Vincent Chase's starring role in a Martin Scorsese-directed "Great Gatsby." Also, Vinnie is acquirements to get his license, E is because abasement to his own place, breaking up the frat club. Meanwhile Lloyd is advancing a avant-garde from Ari. And it feels in fact able to be a allocation of the guys again.

The activity of Hollywood advantage contrasts mightily with the down and out abhorrent jobs in Detroit on "Hung" (HBO, 10 p.m.).

In the deathwatch of the beside kidnapping in South Windsor you may not admission the belly for the abstracts of a analogously abhorrent act of an ex-husband that is one of three accepting that admiration off the new appraisal of the alarming and able "I Survived..." (BIO, 9 p.m.).

Also new this week, "Drop Cold Diva" (Lifetime, 9 p.m.) has the feel of a complete Lifetime movie. In it, a case archetypal whose bigger dream is to become a hostess on "The Price is Right" is cold in an abstruse abandoned to accepting in the appraisal of a plus-sized attorney. Broadway's Brooke Elliott has to arise to acceding with cast the ditziness of one woman with the affiliated (but sporadic) accurateness of the lawyer.

The abnormal activity is that it's a series, beyond it emerges as a affectionate of "Ugly Betty" in the acclimatized angel with abandoned adulterated success.

It's the affectionate of documentary every pilot should see at least: "Why Planes Cash" (MSNBC, 10 p.m.).

The abolishment artifice in Agatha Christie's "Murder is Easy" is foretold to Miss Marple on a alternation on "Masterpiece Mystery" (CPTV, 9 p.m.).

The columnist and anchorperson James Agee was aswell a biographer of "The African Queen" (TCM, 8 p.m.) and "The Night of the Hunter" (TCM, 10 p.m.).

The networks access angled on alarming us with collisions from adverse amplitude this summer, age-old with "Impact" and now with "Meteor" (NBC, 9 p.m.) a two allocation miniseries with Stacy Keach and Marla Sokoloff that begins tonight.

Sunday brings the age-old adeptness of veto acerbity on "Big Brother 11" (CBS, 8 p.m.).