Julie Andrews, a star of a 1965 classical “The Sound of Music,” isn’t fazed by NBC’s new live prolongation of a classical low-pitched starring Carrie Underwood.

“Fifty years later, it’s time somebody had another moment during it. we had a best time of my life doing it, and it did smashing things for me,” Andrews told Zap2It. “I consider it’s good that it’s being finished again, yet doing it live contingency be so daunting … we do wish it works for Carrie, since she’s poetic and I’m a fan. we wish her well.”

NBC’s chronicle of “The Sound of Music,” that will atmosphere live on Dec. 5, will be a strange 1959 Broadway chronicle of a low-pitched — that is opposite from a film chronicle many audiences are informed with.

“I know they’re not doing a movie, though. They’re doing a Broadway uncover — that’s what they have a rights to — and we don’t know either it will ring similarly,” Andrews combined before observant that a film’s producers had cut elements from a theatre chronicle and combined songs.

Andrews formerly uttered her support of NBC’s “Sound of Music” progressing this year when Playbill asked her about a arriving production.

This has been a bustling year for Andrews, who expelled a children’s book she co-wrote with her daughter, “The Very Fairy Princess Follows Her Heart,” and she’s been making a press rounds in support of a 50th anniversary of “Mary Poppins.”

In further to Underwood holding on a lead as Maria, “Sound OF Music” also stars Stephen Moyer (“True Blood”) as Captain Von Trapp and Christian Borle from “Smash.”

For those of we yearning for a strange “Sound of Music” starring Andrews, that chronicle will have a annual holiday screening on Dec. 22 on ABC.

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  • “Ironside”

    In a dirty universe of a NYPD, no one’s worse than Det. Robert Ironside (Blair Underwood, “The Event,” “In Treatment”). He’s a intrepid patrolman who won’t stop until a guilty are brought to justice. He and his trusted, handpicked organisation of specialists — Virgil (Pablo Schreiber, “The Wire” “Lights Out”), Holly (Spencer Grammer, “Greek,” “As a World Turns”) and Teddy (Neal Bledsoe, “Smash,” “Ugly Betty”), as good as his former partner Gary (Brent Sexton, “The Killing”) and boss, Det. Ed Rollins (Kenneth Choi, “Sons of Anarchy”) — will do whatever it takes to solve New York’s many formidable and scandalous crimes. As a detective, Ironside’s instincts are second to none, and those around him have to stay on their toes if they wish to keep adult since when his spine was cracked by a bullet dual years ago, Ironside swore he’d never let a wheelchair delayed him down.

  • “Ironside”

  • “Ironside”

  • “Ironside”

  • “The Michael J. Fox Show”

    Look who’s creation a news again. One of New York’s many dear news anchors, Mike Henry (Michael J. Fox, “Spin City,” “Family Ties”), put his career on reason to spend some-more time with his family and concentration on his health after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. But 5 years later, with a kids bustling flourishing adult and Mike flourishing restless, it usually competence be time for him to get behind to work. Having never wanted Mike to leave in a initial place, his aged trainer Harris Green (Wendell Pierce, “The Wire,” “Treme”) jumped during a possibility to get him behind on TV. The trick, as it’s always been, was to make Mike consider it was his idea. Now a devise is in suit and Mike will be behind to sophistry home, family, and career — usually like a aged days, yet usually better.

  • “The Michael J. Fox Show”

  • “The Michael J. Fox Show”

  • “The Michael J. Fox Show”

  • “Sean Saves a Word”

    Sean (Sean P. Hayes, “Will Grace”) is a divorced happy father who juggles a lot — his successful yet perfectionist career, offbeat employees, crude mom Lorna (Linda Lavin, “Alice”) and weekends with his teenage daughter, Ellie (Sami Isler). So when she moves in full-time, it’s a whole new world. Never one to do anything halfway, Sean’s vigilant on being a best father ever, so he loads adult on parenting how-to books and skeleton Pinterest-worthy family dinners. But it seems his company’s new owners has motionless Sean and his organisation should work longer hours, putting a check on his homemaking skeleton and throwing a kink in Sean’s ideally assembled work/life balance. Ellie sees this growth as a plus. She loves her dad, yet he’s clearly going overboard. From gripping his trainer happy, employees encouraged and fast his mother’s inept “advice” to lifting a smart, grounded and healthy kid, it’s going to be a flourishing experience, to contend a least. But if anyone can hoop it all, it’s Sean. Thomas Lennon (“Reno 911”), Lindsay Sloane (“Weeds”) and Echo Kellum (“Ben and Kate”) also star.

  • “Sean Saves The World”

  • “Sean Saves The World”

  • “Sean Saves The World”

  • “The Blacklist”

    For decades, ex-government representative Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader, “The Office,” “Boston Legal”) has been one of a FBI’s Most Wanted fugitives. Brokering murky deals for criminals opposite a globe, Red was famous by many as “The Concierge of Crime.” Now, he’s mysteriously surrendered to a FBI with an bomb offer: He will assistance locate a long-thought-dead terrorist, Ranko Zamani, underneath a condition that he speaks usually to Elizabeth “Liz” Keen (Megan Boone, “Law Order: Los Angeles”), an FBI profiler uninformed out of Quantico. For Liz, it’s going to be one ruin of a initial day on a job. What follows is a rambling array of events as a competition to stop a militant begins. What are Red’s loyal intentions? Why has he selected Liz, a lady with whom he clearly has no connection? Does Liz have secrets of her own? Zamani is usually a initial of many on a list that Red has gathered over a years: a “blacklist” of politicians, mobsters, spies and general terrorists. He will assistance locate them all… with a premonition that Liz continues to work as his partner. Red will learn Liz to consider like a rapist and “see a bigger picture”… either she wants to or not. “The Blacklist” also stars are Diego Klattenhoff (“Homeland”), Harry Lennix (“Man of Steel”), Ryan Eggold (“90210”) and Ilfenesh Hadera (“Da Brick”).

  • “The Blacklist”

  • “The Blacklist”

  • “The Blacklist”

  • “Dracula”

    Golden Globe leader Jonathan Rhys Meyers (“The Tudors”) stars in this provocative new play as one of a world’s many iconic characters. It’s a late 19th century and a puzzling Dracula (Rhys Meyers) has arrived in London, posing as an American businessman who wants to pierce complicated scholarship to Victorian society. He’s generally meddlesome in a new record of electricity, that promises to lighten a night — useful for someone who avoids a sun. But he has another reason for his travels: He hopes to take punish on those who accursed him with immortality centuries earlier. Everything seems to be going according to plan… until he becomes feeling with a lady who appears to be a reincarnation of his passed wife. Victoria Smurfit (“About a Boy”), Thomas Kretschmann (“King Kong”), Jessica De Gouw (“Arrow”), Oliver Jackson-Cohen (“Mr. Selfridge”), Nonso Anozie (“Game of Thrones”) and Katie McGrath (“Merlin”) also star.

  • “Dracula”

  • “Dracula”

  • “Dracula”

  • “Welcome to a Family”

    Parents Dan Yoder (Mike O’Malley, “Glee,” “My Name Is Earl”) and mother Karina (Mary McCormack, “In Plain Sight,” “The West Wing”) find out on a day their daughter Molly (Ella Rae Peck (“Deception,” “Gossip Girl”) is graduating from high propagandize with an acceptance to college, she announces she pregnant. Across city in East L.A., Junior Hernandez (Joseph Haro, “Glee,” “Awkward”), in a core of his high propagandize valedictorian speech, gets a content from partner Molly that he’s going to be a daddy. Expectedly, Junior’s relatives Miguel (Ricardo Chavira, “Desperate Housewives”) and Lisette (Justina Machado, “Six Feet Under,” “ER”) are also upset, as they now have Caucasians in a family. What follows is a pile-up march in enlightenment consistent as Molly and Junior confirm they wish to get married and, in doing so, pierce together dual really opposite families. The dads have a many formidable time reconciling while a moms take a softer proceed to get to know one another. When a relatives entirely comprehend that their kids are critical about creation a life together, a adults whisper and start to come to terms with this new blended family and start to know it will take, humor, adore and toleration to make it all work.

  • “Welcome to a Family”

  • “Welcome to a Family”

  • “Welcome to a Family”

  • “Undateable”

    When assured slacker Danny Beeman (Chris D’Elia, “Whitney,” “Glory Daze”) takes Justin (comedian Brent Morin) on as a roommate, Danny unwittingly inherits Justin’s organisation of romantically challenged friends. Seeing himself as a ultimate player, Danny decides to learn a organisation (who he dubs “The Undateables”) all he knows about “the diversion of love.” For their initial lesson, Danny takes a guys to an eventuality hosted by his sister, Leslie (Bianca Kajlich, “Rules of Engagement”), who is a singular mom with dating problems of her own. At first, Danny’s recommendation seems to compensate off big-time: The bashful male talks to a girl, a no-filter dude learns it’s never OK to ask a lady when she’s due, and his nebbish roommate, Justin, goes home with a poser woman. It’s not until a subsequent day that they figure out it was Leslie. Here’s a lovely comedy about a “do’s,” “don’ts” and “duhs” of dating.

  • “Crisis”

    It’s margin outing day for a students of Ballard High School, a place that educates a children of Washington, D.C.’s elite, top-of-their-industry CEOs, general diplomats, domestic energy players and even a president’s son. But when their train is ambushed on a isolated farming road, a teenagers and their chaperones are taken, igniting a inhabitant crisis. Now with some of a country’s many absolute relatives during a forgiveness of one malicious mastermind, a doubt arises: How distant would we go and what would we spin to safeguard your child’s protected return? With so many relatives and dignitaries put into play with nowhere to spin and no one to trust, this inconceivable unfolding grows from a name families during risk to an whole republic during stake.

  • “Believe”

    Levitation, telekinesis, a ability to control inlet and even envision a future… Since she was 2 years old, Bo (Johnny Sequoyah) has had gifts she could conjunction entirely understand, nor control. Raised by a tiny organisation famous as a “True Believers,” a orphaned lady has been safeguarded from damaging outsiders who would use her army for personal gain. But now that she is 10, her powers have spin stronger and a hazard has grown some-more dangerous. With her life and destiny now in jeopardy, a “Believers” spin to a usually chairman they see fit to be her full-time protector. That is, once they mangle him out of jail. Tate (Jake McLaughlin), a wrongfully detained genocide quarrel invalid who’s mislaid his will, is primarily demure until he witnesses one of her unusual abilities. Bo sees people for who they truly are… and who they might become. Tate and Bo start their journey, one in that trust contingency be earned. Traveling from city to city, each place they stop and everybody they accommodate will be altered forever. But they’ll have to keep going to stay one step forward of a sinister army after Bo’s power… since it will take a spectacle to keep them protected forever. “Believe” also stars Delroy Lindo and Kyle MacLachlan.

  • “The Family Guide”

    It’s not each family that’s brought closer together by divorce, yet afterwards again, a Fishers aren’t accurately typical. Take Mel Fisher (J.K. Simmons, “The Closer,” “Law Order”), for example. Whether it’s chopping down trees, display his daughter how to expostulate or personification football with his son, he’s never let a fact that he’s blind delayed him down. Then there’s Joyce Fisher (Parker Posey, “Louie,” “For Your Consideration”), presumably a usually mom in Pasadena to fume a pipe. For her, divorce is like a second entrance of age, a possibility to be a teen she never was. Just ask ‘80s-obsessed teenage daughter Katie (Ava Deluca-Verley, “Southland”), whose garments Joyce is always borrowing. At a core of all this is Henry (Eli Baker), a Fisher’s 11-year aged son. Having always been his dad’s eyes, ears and wingman, Henry’s reduction than anxious when Mel shows adult with Elvis, a beam dog… that is also how Henry learns about a tentative divorce. While demure to a changes this dog would bring, it’s by a adult Henry’s voice-over (Jason Bateman, “Arrested Development”) that we find out his parent’s separate would “allow all of us to finally learn who we indispensable to be.”

  • “About A Boy”

    Based on a best-selling Nick Hornby (“High Fidelity,” “An Education”) novel, author Jason Katims (“Friday Night Lights,” “Parenthood”) and executive Jon Favreau (“Iron Man,” “Revolution”) benefaction a opposite kind of coming-of-age story. Will Freeman (David Walton, “Bent,” “Perfect Couples”) lives a bewitched existence as a ultimate man-child. After essay a strike song, he was postulated a life of giveaway time, giveaway adore and leisure from financial woes. He’s single, impoverished and amatory it. So suppose his warn when Fiona (Minnie Driver, “Good Will Hunting,” “Barney’s Version”), a needy singular mom and her infrequently desirable 11-year-old son, Marcus (Benjamin Stockham, “1600 Penn”), pierce in subsequent doorway and interrupt his ideal world. When Marcus starts dropping by his home unannounced, Will’s not so certain about being a kid’s new best friend, until, of course, Will discovers that women find singular dads irresistible. That changes all and a understanding is struck: Marcus will fake to be Will’s son and, in return, Marcus is authorised to chill during Will’s house. Before he realizes it, Will starts to suffer a visits and even finds himself looking out for a kid. In fact, this newfound loyalty might really good learn him a thing or dual that he never illusory probable — about himself and caring for others.

  • “Chicago PD”

    District 21 of a Chicago Police Department is done adult of dual clearly opposite groups: The uniformed cops who section a kick and understanding with travel crimes, and a comprehension unit, a organisation that combats a city’s vital offenses, such as orderly crime, drug trafficking and high-profile murders. Leading a comprehension organisation is Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe), a male not opposite trimming a law in a office of justice. Demanding and tough, usually those who can take a feverishness tarry underneath Voight’s command. Take Det. Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda), for example. Despite a uneasy story with his boss, Dawson has ambitions of using a unit. If that means confronting off opposite Voight each day, he’ll persevere. From a travel cops with dreams of relocating adult to a chosen organisation who are already in, “life on a job” is a daily challenge.

  • “The Night Shift”

    Welcome to a night shift, where each day is a quarrel between a drastic efforts of saving lives and a tough truths of using a hospital. At San Antonio Memorial, a group and women who work a diminutive hours are a special breed, quite adrenaline addict T.C. Callahan (Eoin Macken, “Merlin”). After a exhausting debate of avocation in a Middle East, T.C. is about to learn that his toughest battles will be fought right during home. He and his ungodly organisation of late-night docs, including Topher (Ken Leung, “Lost”) and Drew (Brendan Fehr, “Roswell”), know how to let off steam with a infrequent antic or two, yet when lives are during interest they are all business. Unfortunately, a night change is now underneath new government and trainer Michael Ragosa (Freddy Rodriguez, “Six Feet Under”) is some-more meddlesome in slicing costs than assisting people. But T.C. has never met a order he couldn’t break, or a chairman he won’t mount adult to. And it’s transparent that not even his ex-girlfriend (Jill Flint, “The Good Wife”) who is a alloy and now Ragosa’s second in charge, has a possibility during gripping him in line. If Ragosa wants a war, he’ll get one.