Rick Schroder dons a stethoscope on Lifetime, and History Channel finds a way to preserve the secrets of ancient Egypt. National Geographic offers a close-up of the Mafia, a grimmer view than Tony Soprano's world. PBS brings opera to those who aspire to sing, and Disney's new animated series features a fly. ABC's "Complete Savages" signs off for good. Jane Goodall takes a special look at communication on Animal Planet, and Kyra Sedgwick stars as a savvy detective on TNT's "The Closer."
Disney Channel's first Flash animation series features a teenage fly -- yes, a fly -- who lives in Stickyfeet, described as "an ordinary metropolis in the fly-world." Sky [Skye Sweetnam] provides the voice of [Maggie Pesky], whose dream is to become a rock star. Sweetnam performs the theme song, "Just the Way I Am."
Stunt doubles Jeannie Epper and Zoe Bell take the spotlight in this documentary. Epper is a veteran stuntwoman who began her career in Hollywood westerns. Later, she doubled for Lynda Carter on the "Wonder Woman" TV series. Bell broke into the business at age 18, landing the primary double job on "Xena: Warrior Princess." She also has doubled as Uma Thurman in "Kill Bill."
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