'Suits,' the Meghan Markle-starring legal dramedy that aired from 2011 to 2019 is suddenly all anyone can talk about.
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The cast of 'The Golden Girls' had plenty of fun between takes.
“[Television] won’t be able to hold onto any market it captures after the first six months. People will soon get tired of staring at a plywood box every night.”
In 1993, just 34 days after the Waco siege ended, NBC premiered 'In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco'—a TV movie greenlit, scripted, and largely shot while the tragedy was still unfolding.
These TV shows reflected changing social mores and broke new ground in American entertainment, a trend that continues today.
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The Monkees may not have been a "real" band, but their chart-topping legacy speaks for itself.
In 1993, a teenaged Alicia Silverstone changed the rules for video vixens everywhere with Aerosmith's "Cryin'"—and cemented her place in pop culture history.
Animatronic versions of bar patrons Norm and Cliff made two actors named George and John very unhappy.
In the fall of 1990, two shows about meta high-schoolers premiered. Only one would last through the holidays.
Whether it was a mustached dad, an egg in a frying pan, or Pee-wee Herman holding a crack vial, public service announcements pulled out all the stops to save Gen Xers' lives.
In the summer of 1985, Paul Reubens introduced America’s youth—and millions of young-at-heart adults—to a new kind of comedy.
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When TVs became popular in the 20th century, some people started calling it ‘the tube.’ That nickname soon spawned an even catchier one: ‘the boob tube.’
From arts and education to coups and annexations, there’s no doubt that Catherine the Great did more than history gives her credit for.
Media mogul Ted Turner didn’t hesitate to alter classic Hollywood movies, claiming: “The last time I checked, I owned the films.”
The fight for LGBTQ rights has been decades in the making. Meet a few of the trailblazers who won the battles.
Instead of staying true to the New York setting of 'Friends,' the Central Perk Coffeehouse is opening its first location in Boston.
According to IMDb ratings, ‘Frasier,’ the beloved spin-off of ‘Cheers,’ outdid its source material.