Syndicated Magazine ‘made In Hollywood’ Renewed By Cbs, Fox Stations (exclusive)

Be sure to include: Your name, daytime phone number, address, method of payment, name of funeral home/crematory to contact for verification of death. To place it online click here. If you have a suggestion for a staff-written obituary, please contact Elinor J. Brecher, 305-376-3631, EBrecher@MiamiHerald.com Headlines Hurricane Coverage See the full forecast and storm coverage Hollywood Hills 34, South Broward 15 Hollywood Hills grinds out victory vs. South Broward By Christina De Nicola The Miami Herald Hollywood Hills, which ran for 245 yards in the game, scored on three consecutive possessions to put the game out of reach. By Christina De Nicola Special to the Miami Herald Hollywood Hills coach Al Lang and his staff challenged their players in the midst of a two-game losing streak to drink a gallon of water each day. Lang saw a team that hadnt played a complete game through the seasons three contests. Down by a point with two minutes until halftime, the Spartans scored 22 unanswered points on three consecutive drives for a 34-15, District 15-7A victory over South Broward on Saturday night at McArthur High School. In the second half we took over, Lang said. We felt that maybe they were a little winded or tired. I challenged the O-line at halftime that we had to take over, and they did. After a scoreless first quarter, the Spartans (2-2) scored a touchdown on their first drive of the second, which consisted of nine plays and 53 yards. Junior quarterback Darius Greene and junior receiver Winston Job connected three times, including twice on third down. An illegal shift penalty made it third-and-13 from the 29, but Jobs third reception was a touchdown with 7:03 remaining. A bobble on the extra-point hold forced sophomore kicker Matthew Scherrer to try a pass that fell incomplete.

producer/distributor also announced pick-ups for the eighth season of Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition and the third season of Life Live and Win! Additionally, Sinclair Broadcast Group has sealed a three-year deal through 2016 for Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition and Live Life and Win! PHOTOS: 25 of Fall’s Most Anticipated Movies: ‘Ender’s Game,’ ‘Catching Fire,’ ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ and More Its such a tough marketplace out there, said ONeal. Were all facing shrinking audiences. Theres more and more pressure for local stations to generate more revenue. Its a gigantic testament to Connection IIIthat were getting this level of renewal. Made In Hollywood features interviews with actors and filmmakers, and gives a behind-the-scenes look at the movie making process. ONeal credits the success of the shows with their focus not only on how and why films are made, but also on what career opportunities are behind the screen. The shows are also sold to station groups including Tribune, LIN, Hearst and Gannett. PHOTOS: Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner’s TV Takeover In total, according to ONeal, his shows now reach 107 million homes U.S. household coverage of over 94 percent with a gross average audience of 5.2 million viewers. The Made in Hollywood franchise alone holds an average weekly audience of 5.5 million viewers. CBS will air both Made in Hollywood series in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, Philadelphia, Dallas, and Pittsburgh, and Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition in Boston, Atlanta, Detroit, Tampa, Seattle, and Miami. WCBS will also broadcast Made in Hollywood in New York.

7 Lesser Known Hollywood Siblings

PHOTO: Aimee, Kelly and Jack Osbourne

No comment.” For her part, Jennifer Aniston has said nothing about her younger brother, who described himself to the Daily Mail as a “travelling artist,” and has never appeared in public with him. Not every star keeps their siblings under wraps. Click through to see if you recognize these lesser-known siblings of Hollywood celebrities. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images | Michael Tran/Getty Images Doug Pitt Brad Pitt ‘s look-alike younger brother Doug Pitt stepped out of his famous brother’s shadow last year when he appeared in a viral video for Virgin Mobile in which he spoofed his ordinary Joe life in Missouri by taking viewers on a tour of his home. “This is Doug Pitt,” the video begins. “The second-most-famous Pitt in his family.” The brothers first stunned fans with their uncanny likeness in 2004 at the premiere of “Ocean’s Twelve.” The younger Pitt is the owner of ServiceWorld Computer Center in Springfield, Mo., where he lives with his family. Larry Busacca/Getty Images | Michael Buckner/Getty Images Aimee Osbourne Jack and Kelly Osbourne’s older sister Aimee may not be as well known as her famous younger siblings after declining to participate in the family’s MTV reality show. But, the aspiring singer and actress has no regrets. “I’m not some weirdo depressed daughter that’s afraid of the world and locks herself in her room all day. I just didn’t choose to do the show,” she once told MTV. “I want to be a singer, and I felt if I’d stayed with the Osbournes and done the whole thing I would have been typecast right away. [Mum] was hurt and we definitely had a tough time with disagreements. I’m more reserved and my private life is very important.” Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images Charlie Murphy Eddie Murphy isn’t the only funny one in his family. His older brother Charlie Murphy, 54, is also a comedian and actor, best known as a cast member on “Chappelle’s Show.” He collaborated with his famous brother on the screenplays for “Norbit” and “Vampire in Brooklyn” and starred alongside him in “Harlem Nights.” Today, Charlie, who shares more than a passing resemblance to Eddie, 52, still appears on television and in comedy clubs. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images Elizabeth Olsen No, Olsens are really triplets.