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Creepiest Children's Shows of the '˜80s

AUTHOR: mroberts
In the '˜80s, camp was king and its empire touched most everything. Some 22 years later, a decade's worth of camp has since transformed into creepy YouTube fodder '“ and children's shows are no exception.

What Happened to the I.T. Crowd?

AUTHOR: mroberts
Last October, show runner Graham Linehan announced the cancellation of British geek-friendly comedy The I.T. Crowd after only four seasons (man, those Brits need to learn to milk their shows until they run themselves into the ground like we do). Although The I.T. Crowd was slated for a fifth season to start production this... Continue reading

Bucket List Ideas for TV Fans

AUTHOR: mroberts
Death is a mystery, but there are two things we know about it for certain'”everybody has to go at some point and nobody knows when it's going to happen. Composing a bucket list helps you to make sure you get everything you can out of life while you still have time.
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Series Primer: The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show

AUTHOR: mroberts
Always been curious about a particular TV show but don't really know how best to start? Let our Series Primer show you the way! Two years ago, my then-boyfriend of five years and I were celebrating my birthday. What did he get me, you might ask? Not a necklace, not perfume, not tickets to Hawaii...he bought me the complete... Continue reading
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Who Ya' Gonna Call? Top Five Paranormal Programs

AUTHOR: mroberts
You don't have to be Peter Venkman to know that paranormal is popular. Some of the most-watched shows on cable television revolve around elements of fear and the unknown - be it ghosts, creepy psychic teens, or a fire in the sky. Over the years,

Jersey Shore Producers Set Out to Ruin Classy Film Cred of South Boston

AUTHOR: mroberts
Though they've so far been portrayed in only the most dignified of ways (onscreen in Oscar darlings Good Will Hunting, The Fighter and The Departed, to name a few), the denizens of South Boston will now be put under the small-screen microscope as Jersey Shore producers move forward with a reality show examining Boston's... Continue reading
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My First Look: One Tree Hill

AUTHOR: mroberts
My First Look is a new blog series that takes you into the pilot episodes of long-established shows that we missed the first time around. Watching a show for the first time after it has existed in the public consciousness

Johnny Galecki: Hofstadter vs. Healy

AUTHOR: mroberts
Movie stars get all the credit. They're right up there with rock stars and astronauts as far as dream jobs go. Last week I mentioned the shift of movie stars to the small screen, but what does that mean for TV stars? Are they going to get bumped down in the shuffle, or will they maintain their place in our hearts as our... Continue reading

Seven Deadly Sins of Reality TV

AUTHOR: mroberts
If you ever need proof to support the argument that society is immoral, look no further than reality TV shows. If the seven deadly sins are a representation of the worst aspects of mankind, then reality shows are a look into the darkest facets of humanity. You can find each of the seven deadly sins in today's reality... Continue reading
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4 of the Best TV Pets

AUTHOR: mroberts
There's this old piece of advice in the film, television, and theatrical world: never work with children or animals. Despite this, some shows just can't help but write pets into the cast. Now, we're not talking about animals that happen to be a lead character (i.e. Scooby Doo, Wishbone) but full on pets that support their... Continue reading