Sun, February 14
From Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter comes this edgy, atmospheric love letter to the glam and grit that was the music scene in 1970s New York. Bobby Cannavale — a 2013 Emmy winner for his role in Scorsese and Winter’s "Boardwalk Empire" — plays record label owner Richie Finestra, a lifelong music lover who is haunted by a lost friendship and addictions he barely holds at bay as he tries to stave off rock ’n’ roll’s assault on his bubblegum roster. Olivia Wilde costars as his wife Devon, a former Andy Warhol intimate trying to salvage her sober, suburban life with Richie even as her glamorous past beckons. Ray Romano, Andrew Dice Clay and Max Casella costar.
A clash of Original Six teams is in the offing today at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, where Henrik Zetterberg and the Red Wings defend home ice from Patrice Bergeron and the Boston Bruins. The B's hope to maintain their winning ways against their Atlantic Division rivals, having won the previous two games from them, the last a 4-3 overtime victory in the Motor City on Nov. 27.
Yes, yes, most of us are ready to let it go, already, but this phenomenally successful 2013 animated fantasy, adapted from Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen," makes its Disney Channel debut tonight. In case you've been under a rock -- or a snow drift -- it's about a woman (voice of Idina Menzel) whose touch can turn anything, or anyone, to ice. She runs away to prevent hurting those she loves, but her sister (voice of Kristen Bell) goes in pursuit. Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad also are heard.
After Kennedy Blaine (Michaela McManus, "Aquarius") inherits a ranch in smalltown Valentine, Neb., she visits the property, planning to sell it. Instead, she's drawn to the beauty of the area, not to mention ranch foreman Derek Sterling (Diogo Morgado, "Son of God"). As she extends her stay, Kennedy tries to mend fences with estranged family members, including her grandfather, Gabriel Morgan (Ed Asner). Lindsay Wagner also stars in this new romantic drama.