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George Zimmerman has been in hiding since his acquittal in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, but he emerged briefly last week to help rescue a family that was trapped in an overturned SUV, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned.

Authorities confirmed on Monday that a blue Ford Explorer SUV carrying two parents and two children rolled over while traveling in Sanford, Fla. on Thursday and when police arrived, Zimmerman… Continue reading George Zimmerman Helped Rescue Family In Overturned Vehicle Last Week

Steven Pasquale 240 ‘Rescue Me’ alum to star in NBC medical drama pilot

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A familiar face from Rescue Me has signed up to save lives in a new NBC project.

Steve Pasquale, who was a series regular in the FX hit, has landed the starring role in NBC’s upcoming pilot Do No Harm. He will play neurosurgeon Jeffrey Kohl and his Hyde-like alter ego Ian Price.

The show, from writer David Schulner (The Event)… Continue reading ‘Rescue Me’ alum to star in NBC medical drama pilot

Review in a Hurry: This whale of a tale—an inspirational rescue-adventure about three gray whales trapped in the Arctic Circle—would be hard to swallow if it weren’t based on actual events from 1988. Whale fans will blubber, but uneven Miracle flounders in its hunt for narrative focus.… Continue reading Movie Review: Big Miracle a Whale Rescue Adventure That (Barely) Stays Afloat

Rescue Me’s Finale: Why It Worked

The series finale of a beloved TV show is like the last bite of a great dinner: You want all the flavors and complexities of the meal to blend together, creating that perfect note to end upon and savor.

It’s a tall order.

So, as a longtime fan of FX’s post-9/11 firefighter drama Rescue Me, I wondered whether the final episode could live up… Continue reading Rescue Me's Finale: Why It Worked

rescue me series finale Rescue Me honors 9/11 with timely series finale

Nearly 10 years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and little more than 7 years after its debut, FX’s landmark drama “Rescue Me” concluded its run with the Sept. 7 series finale, “Ashes.”

The New York firefighter drama, co-conceived by Denis Leary in the aftermath of 9/11, referenced its tragic roots — but, true to form, it was not excessively sentimental. For those of