NBC Planning a Live Version of Aaron Sorkin’s ‘A Few Good Men’

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NBC planning a live version of Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men

Sorkin will produce the live TV play set for 2017. A Few Good Men premiered as a Broadway play in 1992 before becoming a box office smash with its 1992 film. The TV production will be based on the play, and Sorkin will produce it along with Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, who have been behind all of NBC’s recent live musicals.

Noah Wyle is returning to The Librarians, — as an actor, director and writer

Wyle will reprise his role on the TNT action-adventure series in six of 10 episodes. He’ll also direct two episodes and write one episode.

John Oliver’s Donald Trump segment shatters HBO records

With 85 million video views combined, “this is a record for any piece of HBO content,” an HBO spokesperson tells CNN.

Linda Doucett, Garry Shandling’s ex-girlfriend who sued after she was fired from Larry Sanders, reacts to his death

Although Doucett sued and later settled with Shandling over her termination after Season 3, she says that they remained friends, especially in recent years. “I spoke to him last week and he seemed fine,” Doucett tells In Touch Weekly. She adds: “We were friends. We were in touch the whole time, until last week. We were working on our issues, trying to put everything behind us and move on.”

Check out last night’s The People vs. O.J. Simpson mixed with footage from the actual trial

Last night’s episode was almost dead-on.

Keke Palmer, 22, is penning her memoir

The Scream Queens star is calling I Don’t Belong to You: Quiet the Noise and Find Your Voice an inspirational memoir and self-help guide.

Whoopi Goldberg launches a medical marijuana company

The Whoopi & Maya company will sell medical marijuana products specifically for women in California.

Dirty Dancing taps Mad Men’s Trevor Einhorn

The Mad Men copywriter will play Neil Kellerman, who shows an interest in Baby, on the ABC movie.