Lots of eyes watching ‘God’

Oprah Winfrey and Halle Berry struck ratings gold again Sunday night with the TV movie “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” which became the most-watched movie on any network in more than five years. Very few eyes, meanwhile, were watching the premiere of the WB’s “The Starlet.”

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