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Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: Lifetime's new TV movie 'Who Killed JonBenét?'

Los Angeles Times

Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency Digging into the victim's past, Dirk and Farah (Samuel Barnett, Jade Eshete) unearth their first major clue in the murder of Patrick Spring, while Todd (Elijah Wood) turns to the police, only to realize he may not be safe anywhere. The Graham Norton Show Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Bryan Cranston are guests and LeAnn Rimes performs. Alien Sigourney Weaver launched the franchise with this 1979 science-fiction thriller as Ellen Ripley, an officer aboard an interplanetary mineral-hauling spaceship that answers an apparent call for help and ends up with a monstrous stowaway. The sight of an unfortunate crew member (John Hurt) giving birth to the alien's spawn is one of the cinema's most famous gross-out scenes. Tom Skerritt also stars, 6 p.m. AMC.

'30 Rock' reunion set at NBC to showcase network's upcoming shows

FOX News

Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. NBC is making it 2006 again, through science or magic: "30 Rock" is returning to the Peacock next month for a new, original remotely-produced event that will also double as an upfront special for the NBCUniversal properties. The special, which will air Thursday, July 16 at 8 p.m. on NBC, will feature the return of cast members Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski, Jack McBrayer and others, reprising their "30 Rock" roles for what NBC is describing as "a first-of-its-kind all-audience upfront event." The return of "30 Rock" comes as NBC also recently aired a new episode of "Parks and Recreation," featuring the show's stars reprising their roles in an all-new story. In this case, the "30 Rock" special will also be filmed remotely -- but the story will additionally serve as a promo for NBCUniversal programming.

Sarah Jessica Parker brings her innate curiosity -- and a touch of optimism -- to Season 2 of 'Divorce'

Los Angeles Times

On a frosty afternoon in December, Sarah Jessica Parker is tucked into a corner booth at a fashionable Italian restaurant in the West Village, her head buried in a rumpled copy not of Vogue or W, but the WestView News, a modest local publication that chronicles zoning disputes, hospital closures and other unglamorous happenings in this affluent neighborhood.

Breaded Chicken Recall 2018: Tyson Recalls 3000-Pound Of Product Over Plastic Contamination

International Business Times

Tyson Foods recalled over 3,120 pounds of frozen breaded chicken products over alleged plastic contamination. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), the chicken allegedly had pieces of "blue and clear soft plastic." The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said the chicken was sold in 3-pound plastic bags of "uncooked, original chicken tenderloins," with a lot code of 1378NLR02. The department warned that the alleged contaminated products have the number "P-746" on the package. The issue with the products was discovered Friday when the Arkansas-based Tyson Foods raised concerns over chicken breading.

Winter storm food safety: What to keep and toss during power outages

FOX News

Food demand is soaring in Texas amid a deadly winter storm that's left 500,000 without power, unable to eat what they may have had in the fridge for safety's sake. In the event of such an emergency, what can you keep and what should you toss? Refrigerated and frozen foods may not hold up and have the potential to make consumers sick when the power goes out. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends keeping thermometers in your fridge and freezer to ensure refrigerators are at 40 F or below, and that the freezer remains at 0 F or below. Food will be safe to consume if refrigerator doors stay closed for four hours in the refrigerator and 48 hours in a full freezer, according to the CDC.