Perhaps it's because the stars who frequent Hollywood, the pop charts, and the gridiron these days are the moral equivalent of a garbage dumpster. Or, maybe it's the rise and popularity of food TV and cookbooks
In a spoof of ‘The Office‘ that aired during the Emmy Awards, characters from other popular shows made their way to Dunder-Mifflin’s confessional room and told the camera what it is about their TV workplace that gets them down.
Hollywood loves to crank out remakes of beloved TV shows, and this season is no exception. Television viewers will be treated to new versions of 'Charlie’s Angels' and 'Prime Suspect.' More often then not, though, these reboots fail, but there are a few success stories. Here are five TV remakes that were actually successful — or at least stayed on the air for more than one season.
He might be sporting crutches, but Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek has the satisfaction knowing that he thwarted a would-be burglar in his hotel room.
The 71-year-old game show host says he and his wife were sleeping when the burglar entered his San Francisco hotel room and made off with cash, a bracelet and other valuables
As reported yesterday, Netflix has rolled out a new pricing platform that reduces service and increases their prices. Unhappy customers are threatening cancellation, and have take to social media to express their negative opinion.
Turns out that common perception is reality; Kids who see a lot of TV ads for junk food are likely to consume more of those foods - that according to a recent study published in Paediatrics (sic).
The findings, published in Paediatrics, come amid growing calls to ban junk food advertisements aimed at children in order to combat obesity - most recently from the American Academy of Paediatrics, which issued a policy statement on junk food ads on Monday
Rayman doesn't watch much television. Really don't have much free time although I try to catch my NASCAR races on the weekend. I do seem to get the munchies when I watch though.
No one ever claimed that watching TV was healthy, but doctors are only now discovering just how bad it can be
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