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In 2001, Allen starred in the mini-series The Mists of Avalon on TNT and earned an Emmy nomination for the role.
He starred in the television mini-series The Andromeda Strain ( 2008 ) and returned to television in 2009 in the TNT drama Trust Me, which was cancelled after one season.
The television network TNT announced plans to adapt The Talisman into a six-part mini-series, but was cancelled in 2006 due to budgetary concerns.
McKee ’ s other credits include writing and presenting the BBC series Filmworks, the Channel Four series Reel Secrets, the BAFTA Award-winning J ' accuse Citizen Kane television program which he wrote and presented, and the writing of Abraham, the four-hour mini-series on Turner Network Television ( TNT ) that starred Richard Harris, Barbara Hershey and Maximilian Schell.
Despite some confusion, TNT does not appear in the 1993 four issue mini-series The Golden Age, written by James Robinson and drawn by Paul Smith.

TNT and Into
His television roles have included a recurring role in Joss Whedon ’ s Angel as the lawyer Lindsey MacDonald, the Jerry Bruckheimer produced series Close to Home on CBS, the TNT television film Crossfire Trail in which he appeared alongside Tom Selleck, and he played the role of Abe Wheeler in the Steven Spielberg produced miniseries Into the West.
* Into the West official TNT site

TNT and West
Meanwhile, in Moscow, Khrushchev was adding his bit to the march of world law by promising to build a bomb with a wallop equal to 100 million tons of TNT, to knock sense into the heads of those backward oafs who can't see the justice of surrendering West Berlin to communism.
Because TNT and other high explosives were generally not available in the Palestinian territories ( the West Bank and Gaza strip ), Ayyash often used a combination of acetone and detergent, both commonly available household products.

TNT and was
Police laboratory technicians said the explosive device, containing either TNT or nitroglycerine, was apparently placed under the left front wheel.
This impact created a giant dark spot over 12, 000 km across, and was estimated to have released an energy equivalent to 6, 000, 000 megatons of TNT ( 600 times the world's nuclear arsenal ).
The last major game to make use of the Duke Nukem 3D source code was TNT Team's WWII GI in 1999.
Fermi's strips-of-paper estimate was ten kilotons of TNT ; the actual yield was about 19 kilotons.
The official yield estimate of " Little Boy " was about 13 kilotons of TNT equivalent in explosive force, i. e. 6. 3 × 10 < sup > 13 </ sup > joules = 63 TJ ( tera-joules ).
Beginning with the 2008 – 09 season, Albert was also paired with his TNT broadcast colleague Mike Fratello on the YES Network.
Written on the back of the card, which was from a Wisconsin military surplus store, were the words " TNT at $ 5 a stick.
The Monday night show that it put on was the highest rated on cable and helped boost Turner's channels of TNT and WTBS.
He was also portrayed by actor Tom Berenger in 1997 for the TNT movie Rough Riders, a made-for-cable film about his exploits during the Spanish – American War in Cuba.
* Former Prime Minister of Lebanon Rafik Hariri was assassinated on February 14, 2005, when explosives equivalent to around 1, 000 kg of TNT were detonated as his motorcade drove past the St. George Hotel in Beirut.
The show ran for its planned 5-season run but its sequel Crusade was the victim of TNT Network Executive interference, and only 13 episodes were commissioned, ending production even before the first episode had aired.
Besides The Blind Side, whose production was lured to Georgia, Memphis Beat, a television series on TNT set in Memphis, has been lured to Louisiana.
The primary anti-ship armament was two to four Mark 8 torpedoes, which weighed and contained a TNT warhead.
The best example of such a library is TNT ( The NeWS Toolkit ) which was released by Sun in 1989.
Sun also implemented the OPEN LOOK user interface specification in several toolkits: The NeWS Toolkit ( TNT ) was an OPEN LOOK toolkit written in PostScript that ran in the NeWS server.
Daniel Rosenthal comments that the film was able, by reason of having been commissioned by the cable channel TNT, to include a bleaker and more violent ending than would have been possible on the national networks.
2008 was also the first year large Dutch international corporations ING Group and TNT NV sponsored the event.
Although initial witness reports stated that the resultant fireball was equivalent to the Hiroshima nuclear explosion, scientific analysis places the force of the blast at anywhere from 100-500 tonnes TNT equivalent – around 3 % of Hiroshima's yield.
On the opening game of the season, broadcast on the TNT Network and featuring the debut of James and Bosh in Heat uniforms, the game was the most-watched NBA contest ever on cable television.
On May 20, 2010, TNT analyst Doug Collins was named head coach of the 76ers.
TNT, as a cable service, was launched with a showing of the 1939 classic movie Gone with the Wind ( to which Ted Turner had acquired the rights ), on October 3, 1988.
TNT was, at least initially, a vehicle for older movies and television shows, but slowly began to add original programming and newer reruns.
Starting in 1995, TNT was also the home of WCW Monday Nitro, the flagship show of the now defunct World Championship Wrestling, once regularly the highest rated weekly program on cable.

TNT and portrayed
* In the 2007 ( TNT ) television three-part series The Company, produced by Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, and John Calley, Philby is portrayed by Tom Hollander.
* Boss of Bosses – 2001 TNT TV movie adapted from the book of the same name, portrayed by Sonny Marinelli.
He has been featured in CBS ' CSI: Miami as the Floridian attorney Bob Villa, and portrayed attorney Marcus McGrath in the TNT series Raising the Bar until its cancellation.
Remington was portrayed by Nick Chinlund in the TNT miniseries Rough Riders ( 1997 ), which depicts the Spanish-American War, showing Remington's time as a war correspondent and his partnership with William Randolph Hearst ( portrayed by George Hamilton ).
He figured prominently in the TNT miniseries The Company ( which incidentally, also featured former Bruce Wayne / Batman actor Michael Keaton, who didn't co-star with O ' Donnell in Batman Forever and Batman & Robin ) as fictional CIA case officer Jack McAuliffe, in a performance that subtly portrayed his character's progression from spoon-fed Yale elitist to jaded, post-Cold War cynic.
Jackson was portrayed by actor Shuler Hensley in the 2002 made-for-cable film Monday Night Mayhem, which aired on TNT.
Most recently, he portrayed Tony Mink in the comedy Trust Me on TNT.

TNT and by
* Missing in Action ( Programmed by Sculptured Software for TNT Games ).
Explosive compounds are also often " alloyed ": HMX or RDX powders may be mixed ( typically by melt-casting ) with TNT to form Octol or Cyclotol.
On March 13, 1993, TNT aired a new version of the story directed by Nicolas Roeg, starring Tim Roth as Marlow and John Malkovich as Kurtz.
Post offices that are owned by Postbank and TNT Post have been earmarked for closure between 2008 and 2013.
TNT, an aerial digital television service, will be expanding its service to Saint Pierre and Miquelon by the end of 2010 ; unlike SPM Telecom's cable service, TNT offers only RFO and Metropolitan France channels.
* 8 p. m. EDT: Come Together: A Night for John Lennon's Words and Music, a tribute to John Lennon that became a concert of prayer and healing for New York City to benefit the relief efforts, hosted by Kevin Spacey and featuring Dave Matthews, Moby, Stone Temple Pilots, Nelly Furtado, Shelby Lynne, Alanis Morissette, Cyndi Lauper, The Isley Brothers, Lou Reed, Marc Anthony, Natalie Merchant, Yolanda Adams, Sean Lennon and Yoko Ono, is held at Radio City Music Hall and simultaneously broadcast live on the TNT and WB networks.
* Solomon ( 1997, TNT )-directed by Roger Young, starring Ben Cross
Above-ocean meteor strikes with energies as high as 4. 2 × 10 < SUP > 13 </ SUP > J ( equivalent to that released by an explosion of ten kilotons of TNT ) have been recorded by seismographs, as have a number of industrial accidents and terrorist bombs and events ( a field of study referred to as forensic seismology ).
Furthermore, a distributor like TNT may begin producing its own programming, and shows presented exclusively on cable / satellite by one distributor may be syndicated to broadcast stations.
* TNT ( Tanya Tucker album ), a 1978 album by Tanya Tucker
* TNT ( Tortoise album ), a 1998 album by Tortoise
* RIVA TNT, a computer graphics chipset by nVidia
** TNT Express, demerged from TNT N. V. in 2011 ; purchased by UPS in 2012
** Koninklijke TNT Post, the former national postal company in the Netherlands, succeeded by PostNL
Cargo 2 is operated by TNT Express Worldwide.
The LGM-25C Titan II | Titan II Intercontinental ballistic missile ( ICBM ) carried a 9 TNT equivalent | Mt W53 warhead, one of the most powerful nuclear weapon s fielded by the United States during the Cold War.
Now the TV audience is mainly shared by 5 leading companies: Channel one, Russia 1, NTV, TNT and CTC.
In 1991, Nimoy teamed up with Robert B. Radnitz to produce a movie for TNT about a pro bono publico lawsuit brought by public interest attorney William John Cox on behalf of Mel Mermelstein, an Auschwitz survivor, against a group of organizations engaged in Holocaust denial.

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