I mentioned a couple of months ago that longtime Los Angeles TV anchor Kent Shocknek was retiring from the news desk at KCAL. His final night was Friday. Now he's already back in front of an audience, this time in the starring role in "The Six O'Clock," a short film about a driven man who looks ands sounds like a Shocknekian news anchor. The film was written and directed by Judy Starkman and shot on location around LA, Pasadena and Glendale. Here it is.
Bonus clip: Here is Shocknek's final sign off from the news on KCAL last week.