Let the speculation commence! Like any good reunion, Family Matters might be off to the races after nothing more than a simple photo. See Eddie Winslow hanging out with Steve Urkel again in a new reunion photo for the sitcom favorite.
Sitting down at the end of the day to relax and watch your favorite TV show is a pastime I enjoy and many others do as well. This list tells what show each state watches uniquely more than any other state.
Minnesota is apparently the hottest new backdrop for television crime dramas. Beside the hit movie-inspired FX series "Fargo", two other shows are in the works; including one set on Minnesota's North Shore.
Fans of the 1970's irreverent TV program The Gong Show will remember Gene Patton by a different name: Gene Gene The Dancing Machine. Patton passed away today at the age of 82 due to complications from diabetes.
I don't get wrapped up in the whole celebrity chef thing. Most of what comprises the schedule of the Food Network bores the heck out of me and I never watch it. Quite frankly, if I see one more competition or challenge show I'll rip the knobs off of their Viking range!
Cooking will never be the same again. One-half of BBC Television's Two Fat Ladies - Clarissa Dickson Wright - passed away at the age of 66. She was the last remaining star of the show; Jennifer Paterson died previously in 1999.
Louise Lasser - sure. Sinead O'Connor - okay. But Milton Berle? The list of unwelcome guests on Saturday Night Live contains a few surprises. Some of the stories behind why they were never asked back are weird and some are pretty funny in retrospect.
As you know I am a huge paranormal fan. So, I have decided to rate paranormal TV shows. There have been a few new ones this year, and there have been some new seasons of some good ones. Here's my top 5 of 2013.
First - an admission: I've never watched the show Breaking Bad. In fact, I wasn't even aware of its existence until after the final episode aired and friends of mine started talking about "Felina" around the office. The name instantly peaked my attention - as a life-long country music fan; I recognized the name Felina as the female character in the 1959 song "El Paso".