Citing viewer response, NBC will repeat “Ancient Prophecies” from 7-9 p.m. April 10. The special aired last week opposite the Grammys.
The network said it received more than 2,500 calls regarding the program, which came from Coast to Coast Prods. in association with Greystone Communications.
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Atlantic Releasing BV has inked a 10-year licensing agreement with USA Networks for 65 episodes of the half-hour drama series “The Ray Bradbury Theater.” The series will premiere this summer on USA Networks’ Sci-Fi Channel, which reaches more than 10 million homes on cable. USA Network carried the show in its original run.
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Due to earthquake damage to UCLA’s Royce Hall, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra’s fifth annual Silent Film Gala has been moved to the Alex Theater in Glendale. Date for the event, featuring a restored version of Charlie Chaplin’s 1925 hit “The Gold Rush,” remains March 25. The orchestra will play the score Chaplin composed in 1943 for the film. Director Norman Jewison is chairing the gala. Information: (213) 622-7001.
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Sunset Boulevard Sings, a special performance benefiting Equity Fights AIDS, will take place at 8:30 p.m. March 28 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Cinegrill, 7000 Hollywood Blvd. The evening will feature performances by the Los Angeles cast of “Sunset Boulevard” and the auction of an onstage appearance in “Sunset Boulevard.” Information: (213) 466-7000.