Mar 10, 2003  •  Post A Comment

Look for an announcement that sexy series She Spies has been renewed for another season. The NBC-produced, MGM-distributed action hour debuted last summer in prime time on NBC before shifting to the syndication ranks. It stars Natasha Henstridge, Natashia Williams and Kristen Miller as a trio of felons plucked from prison by a clandestine government agency and trained to go on secret missions involving national security. In terms of making it to a second season, mission accomplished.
Negotiations are expected to continue this week to set up a meeting between NBC executives and the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, which is leading the protest against the addition of conservative shock talker Michael Savage to MSNBC. On Friday, GLAAD announced that two major advertisers, Kraft and Procter & Gamble, had declared that the Savage show does not measure up to their content guidelines and that they will not advertise in it. GLAAD also urged a “virtual protest” directed at MSNBC and its parent companies, General Electric and Microsoft, during the 5 p.m.-to-6 p.m. show.
They’ll Be Well Dressed
We are betting that attendees at the Costume Designers Guild Awards on Sunday in Beverly Hills, Calif., will be well dressed. Among the TV nominees are Laura Goldsmith for Alias; Patricia Fields for Sex and the City; Gail McMullen for Six Feet Under; Julie Polsca for The Sopranos; Jane Anderson for American Dream; Mayes Rubeo for Fidel; Karen Perry for The Rosa Parks Story and Melina Root for That ’70s Show.