Roger Ebert’s ‘At The Movies’ Returns
Get ready for more thumbs going up and thumbs going down. Roger Ebert, whose show was just canceled in the syndication world, is bringing back ‘At The Movies’ and is returning it to its original roots of public broadcasting.
I have to say that I really liked this show. When I could find it. Now maybe I can.
‘Roger Ebert Presents At The Movies’ returns to PBS in a half hour format and will be hosted by two names with solid credentials in the movie business. Christy Lemire is the movie critic for The Associated Press and Elvis Mitchell comes from NPR.
The ‘thumbs up/thumbs down’ rating for movies will be returning after it was nixed in the show that got canceled recently. Ebert will co-produce with his wife Chaz. That won’t be his only involvement in the show as Ebert will use a computer generated voice in a segment called ‘Roger’s Office’ where he will talk about movies featured on the new show. Ebert lost his voice to cancer several years ago.
This show coming back…will be good to see.
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