'Girls Night Out: Superstar Women of Country' Moves to Friday April 22; Jesse Stone Movie to Air Sunday May 22

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February 24th, 2011

via press release:

"Girls' Night Out:  Superstar Women of Country" Moves to

Friday, April 22

"Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost," the Seventh in the Series of Jesse Stone Television Movies, to Be Broadcast Sunday, May 22

GIRLS' NIGHT OUT:  SUPERSTAR WOMEN OF COUNTRY, originally scheduled for Sunday, May 22, will now be broadcast Friday, April 22 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT).

Country superstars Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, Jennifer Nettles, Reba and Carrie Underwood are among the artists scheduled to appear and be honored at GIRLS' NIGHT OUT: SUPERSTAR WOMEN OF COUNTRY, a new concert special taped at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

JESSE STONE: INNOCENTS LOST, the seventh in the series of television movies starring Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Tom Selleck as Police Chief Jesse Stone, will be broadcast Sunday, May 22 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT).  Kathy Baker and Kohl Sudduth reprise their roles as the Paradise Police Force.  Also returning are William Devane, Stephen McHattie, Saul Rubinek and William Sadler.  Also featured are Gloria Reuben, Mark Blum, Jeff Geddis and Eileen Boylan.

JESSE STONE:  INNOCENTS LOST finds Jesse, once again on overload, looking into the death of a teenaged girl and unofficially involved in the case of a convicted murderer who he thinks may be innocent.  He's also battling his familiar demons, alcohol and his ex-wife.

GIRLS' NIGHT OUT: SUPERSTAR WOMEN OF COUNTRY is produced for television by dick clark productions.  Orly Adelson and R.A. Clark are executive producers, Barry Adelman is producer and Bob Bardo is executive in charge of production.  Bob Romeo is executive producer for the Academy of Country Music.

JESSE STONE:  INNOCENTS LOST, is produced by Brandman Productions, Inc. and TWS Productions II in association with Sony Pictures Television.  Michael Brandman and Tom Selleck are the executive producers.  The screenplay, based on characters created by Robert B. Parker, was written by Tom Selleck and Michael Brandman.

 
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