On the seventh day, Fox didn’t rest. It took the greatest story ever told and turned it into a halftime show.
The network’s semi-live, semireligious musical pageant “The Passion” on Sunday night recalled a lot of modern television spectacles meant to circumvent the DVR — Super Bowl halftimes, “American Idol,” New Year’s Eve broadcasts. And every time poor Trisha Yearwood had to stand up in the New Orleans t...
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