From daytime soap operas to late-night comedy programs, these are the longest-running TV shows in entertainment history.
Billy Crystal’s New Year's Eve speech solidifies ‘When Harry Met Sally...’ as a feel-good classic. But according to director Rob Reiner, it almost wasn’t included.
Jennifer Coolidge won an Emmy for her role on 'The White Lotus,' but she has been a mainstay of American comedy for decades—long before she ever checked in to the eponymous luxury resort.
‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’ is the gift that keeps on giving (and you kind of have Stanley Kubrick to thank for its existence).
Creator Mike White deserves credit for most of the cringe moments in ‘The White Lotus.’ But one was a Sabrina Impacciatore original.
‘National Lampoon’ began as an offshoot of a college humor magazine and developed into one of the most influential voices in American comedy.
John Hughes speculated that the original cut of ‘Planes, Trains, and Automobiles’ is lost for good, but you can find remnants of it if you know where to look.
You don't have to be in the Big Apple to love these films set in New York City, like “Saturday Night Fever,” “Frances Ha,” and more.
John Hughes’s own hellish trip from New York City to Chicago inspired ‘Planes, Trains and Automobiles,’ the 1987 Thanksgiving classic starring Steve Martin and John Candy.
In its very first season, ‘WKRP In Cincinnati’ created the greatest Thanksgiving special about a misguided turkey delivery ever made.
'The Wire' may be the greatest television series of all time. Emmy voters didn't care.
Funny animal photos don’t get much better than a gentoo penguin doing “talk to the hand” (or fin, rather).
Reimagining Mr. Feeny from 'Boy Meets World' as a horror villain isn't a huge leap.
The arrival of blockbuster movies like 'Jaws' and 'Star Wars' and the rise of the home video era allowed '80s comedies like 'Airplane!' and 'The Naked Gun' to define the spoof genre like no films before them ever could.
How long has Kenan Thompson been on 'SNL'? Nineteen seasons—and counting.
For more than 30 years, 'SNL' cast members have regularly cited Steven Seagal as the worst host the show has ever had—an ignoble distinction for a program that's been on the air for half a century.
'Airplane!' and 'Naked Gun' star Leslie Nielsen carried a fart machine wherever he went, including movie sets, elevators, and courthouses.
'UHF' was a passion project for "Weird Al" Yankovic, but it bombed at the box office in 1989. Here are 10 fact about the cult classic you might not have known.
Even if you've seen every episode of 'The Office,' these deleted scenes will be new to you.
Nathan Fielder, creator of HBO's 'The Rehearsal,' also owns a successful outdoor apparel brand with terrible customer service.
'Wet Hot American Summer' bombed at the box office when it premiered in 2001, but this summer flick has since become a cult classic.
If you're looking for laughs, you'd be hard-pressed to do better than 'What We Do in the Shadows,' which follows four vampires living in Staten Island.