Here's what to expect from TV this year

By EW Staff
January 23, 2004 at 05:00 AM EST

IRON JAWED ANGELS Hilary Swank (above) stars in this telepic about suffragist Alice Paul, who went to prison fighting for voting rights. (HBO, Feb. 15)

THE STONES Judith Light returns to sitcoms as a middle-aged mom living with her husband (Robert Klein), whom she’s amicably divorcing, and her two adult kids, who’ll do anything to have Mom and Dad stay together. (CBS, winter)

STILL LIFE The latest communing-with-the-dead drama comes with a twist: The dead guy is the narrator, a shot-on-the-job young cop who watches his family from above. (Fox, spring)

COME TO PAPA Stand-up Tom Papa, Jerry Seinfeld’s opening act on tour, treads on the master’s old domain with a snarky family sitcom. (NBC, spring)

CENTURY CITY An hour-long drama set in a law firm — yawn, right? But wait: This one’s set in 2054. And it stars Hector Elizondo. Okay, yawn. (CBS, spring)

A WRINKLE IN TIME ABC has been promising this since 2002, but the adaptation of the Madeleine L’Engle novel finally arrives this year. Maybe. (ABC, spring)

ELAINE STRITCH AT LIBERTY Cameras follow Broadway’s grande dame on stage and off during her one-woman show. (HBO, May)