Broadcast journalist Connie Chung was the first Asian American woman to co-anchor a major network newscast.
The first Filipino American Muppet on "Sesame Street" is a boy named TJ whose grandmother is helping him learn Tagalog.
Nickelodeon's animated doo-wop segments will look familiar to anyone who grew up on the channel in the 1980s and ‘90s.
There's a clever homage hidden in the opening credits of HBO's "Succession."
The cartoon from Japan was perfect for an American audience--so long as producers edited out all the beheadings.
ABC’s “Shark Tank” is a launching pad for entrepreneurs and their inventions. Check out 25 of the show’s most successful products, including Bombas socks, the Comfy, and more.
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Rack up properties like Paddy's Pub in the new ‘It’s Always Sunny’ edition of Monopoly.
In 1984, the explicit comic turned his attention to Saturday morning kid’s television.
Back in the mid-'90s, no show on television was hotter than ‘Friends.’ But even more popular was the haircut the show spawned that became the must-have look for women everywhere.
The beloved star of 'Game of Thrones,' 'The Mandalorian,' and 'The Last of Us' can't handle hearing Prince's "Purple Rain" because it moves him "so deeply."
In 2003, Fox invited viewers to watch a construction worker lie through his teeth about being rich.
In the 1980s, provocative talk show host Morton Downey Jr. traded barbs (and fists) with guests. Then he took it a step too far.
Wordiest, not weirdest. But probably that, too.
The new 'Stranger Things' stage play will follow teenage Hopper and Joyce in 1950s Hawkins, Indiana.
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