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FALL TV SEASON PROGRAMS ARE OUT OF THIS WORLD; VIEWERS LOOK TO SHOWS FOR MEANING AND REASSURANCE
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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: Zurawik, David
Date: Jul 22, 2007
Start Page: 1E
Section: A&E TODAY
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Another intriguing ABC fall series, Eli Stone, stars Jonny Lee Miller (Trainspotting) as a shark of a lawyer who suddenly gets religion after becoming personally involved in a case and seeing visions of dead relatives and pop stars (George Michael singing "Faith"). The show's producers describe Miller's character as "being on a journey" to becoming a "spiritual prophet."

"The events of 9 / 11 have had a great cultural impact, but it's not just 9 / 11," [Diane Winston] said. "There are a number of other things during that last six years that have also made us see how precarious life can be: Hurricane Katrina, the tsunami in southeast Asia and the mounting casualty and death toll of a catastrophic war in Iraq."

Photo(s); 1. [HOLLY Hunter] stars in "Saving Grace."2. From left, Chi McBride, Anna Friel, [Lee Pace] and Kristin Chenoweth star in the new ABC drama "Pushing Daisies."

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