Star-Bulletin Features


Thursday, March 25, 1999


Weekend Television

On air today

Bullet "Frasier," 8 p.m., KHNL/NBC. Niles' dream of moving out of his dumpy apartment and back into the Montana are tantalizingly close until the condo board notifies him that his lease will be canceled because of his previous misadventures there.

Bullet "Figure Skating," 8 p.m., KITV/ABC. World Championships -- Men's Free Skate. Michael Weiss, Alexei Yagudin and Alexei Urmanov are among the competitors in the men's free skate program from Helsinki, Finland. Same-day tape.

Bullet "People of the Century: CBS News/Time Magazine 100," 9 p.m., KGMB/CBS. This installment of a series that looks at the 100 most important figures of the century is called "Great Minds, Great Discoveries."

Tomorrow

Bullet "Biography," 7 p.m., A&E. "Gene Tierney: A Shattered Portrait" examines the actress' life and career. Includes intimate interviews with those who knew her best and features rare movie clips and photos.

Bullet "Magnificent Seven," 8 p.m., KGMB/CBS. J.D. becomes guilt-ridden after one of his stray bullets kills an innocent woman; Ezra tries every trick in the book to beat a fellow gambler. TV-14.

Bullet "Homicide: Life on the Street," 9 p.m., KHNL/NBC. In "Truth Will Out," a woman's past continues to haunt her and the only way to uncover the mystery and resolve her issues is to reopen a case that was closed in the 70s.

Saturday

Bullet "Figure Skating," 7 p.m., ABC. World championships -- ladies competition and ice dance. Michelle Kwan and Maria Butyrskaya perform in the ladies competition.

Sunday

Bullet "Fatal Error," 3 and 5 p.m., TBS. TBS' first original movie is described as a "cyber-thriller" that stars Antonio Sabto Jr., Janine Turner and Robert Wagner in the story of a computer virus that evolves into a deadly killer.

Bullet "The Wonderful World of Disney," 6 p.m., KITV/ABC. The family movie "Balloon Farm" stars Rip Torn and Laurie Metcalf in a whimsical two-hour film about a man who is able to grow balloons on his drought-ravaged farm.

Bullet "The Simpsons," 7 p.m., KHON/Fox. After Homer humbles a truck driver in a beef-eating contest, he drives cross-country to deliver the trucker's shipment.

Bullet "Holy Joe," 8 p.m., KGMB /CBS. John Ritter, Meredith Baxter. Everyone but a troubled clergyman is convinced that a divine messenger rescued him and a boy from a fire.

Bullet "X-Files," 8 p.m., KHON/Fox. Mulder and Scully investigate a series of murders perpetrated by a bloodthirsty dog of Asian origin.


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