“Live From Lincoln Center” received no funding under the 2012 Arts in Media grants. Last year it received $100,000.
The Metropolitan Opera received $50,000 for its “Great Performances at the Met” telecasts, $100,000 less than last year.
WNET-TV in New York received $50,000 for “American Masters,” compared to $400,000 in 2011.
The endowment did for the first time award large grants to gaming, mobile and Web-based projects.
The series finale of “House”just became a little more magical.
“Once Upon a Time” star and “House” alum Jennifer Morrison is set to return to the show following her 2009 departure from the medical drama, TVLine reports. The cameo will take place in the show’s final episode, airing May 21.
Kal Penn, Amber Tamblyn and Olivia Wilde are also set to return.
In March, Ms. Morrison told Entertainment Weekly she was not expecting to return to the series as she had not been approached. “No one’s contacted me [about returning], and we’re way too close for it to even be a possibility,” she said at the time. “It was an incredible part of my life. … It changed my life in so many wonderful ways.”
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