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The Story Behind the “22 TV Show Themes in Six Minutes” Medley Video

The Story Behind the “22 TV Show Themes in Six Minutes” Medley Video

March 22, 2010
Ask your friends or workmates to sing along to some songs with you, and they’re bound to know a few but not all of them. Read more . . .
<em>The Cosby Show:</em> 25th Anniversary Celebration Replays Landmark NBC Schedule

The Cosby Show: 25th Anniversary Celebration Replays Landmark NBC Schedule

September 18, 2009
If you look at the network schedules of today, you won’t find nearly as many sitcoms as you could several years ago. The CW network Read more . . .
Veterans of Cancelled TV Shows That We Lost in April 2009

Veterans of Cancelled TV Shows That We Lost in April 2009

May 6, 2009
Dan Miller and Nora O'BrienSeveral veterans of cancelled television shows left us in April. Some worked in front of the cameras while others worked behind the scenes. Either way, they contributed to the medium in significant ways. Those that have passed away include Thomas Braden (Eight Is Enough, Crossfire), Dan Miller (The Pat Sajak Show, Miller & Company), Wendy Blair (Three's Company, The Ropers, Three's A Crowd, What A Country, and I Married Dora), Jim Hutchison (Hawaii Five-0, Magnum P.I., and Jake And The Fatman), Marilyn Cooper (Alice, Kate And Allie, Cheers, Law & Order, The Nanny, and Caroline In The City), Kim Weiskopf (One Day At A Time, The Jeffersons, Good Times, What's Happening Now!!, Full House, and Married With Children), Bea Arthur (Maude, The Golden Girls), and Nora O'Brien (Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Kings, The Philanthropist, Parenthood, and Bionic Woman). Here are the details... Thomas Braden passed away on April 3rd. He was 92 years old and died of natural causes at his home in Denver. Braden worked for the CIA until 1954 and then bought a newspaper in Oceanside, CA. He wrote a regular column about his life at home with a wife and eight children. Those columns were later collected in book form and became the basis of ABC's Eight is Enough TV series. He returned to Washington, DC in the 1960s and helped create a political debate radio show. In 1982, he helped to launch CNN's political debate series, Crossfire, with Pat Buchanan. He stayed with the program until 1991 and the show ended in 2005. Braden's wife, Joan, had a varied career that included magazine writer, TV interviewer, public relations officer, and aide to both John F. Kennedy and Nelson A. Rockefeller. She died in 1999. Braden is survived by seven children (Thomas Jr. died in 1999) and numerous grandchildren.
<em>Cheers:</em> Real-Life Sam Malone Loses His Job

Cheers: Real-Life Sam Malone Loses His Job

March 11, 2009
The true-life Sam Malone is leaving Cheers. For almost 35 years, bartender Eddie Doyle was the guy who really did know everybody’s name in Boston. Read more . . .
Where Are They Now? Some Greenroom Chatter for December 1, 2008

Where Are They Now? Some Greenroom Chatter for December 1, 2008

December 1, 2008
Did you see any stars from old TV shows while you were out holiday shopping? If not, it could be because they're on the sets of series (like The Big Bang Theory, Supernatural, and Bones) or movies. Catch up with favorites like Michael Trucco (Battlestar Galactica), Barry Bostwick (Spin City), John Rubinstein (Day Break), Richard Libertini (Soap), Tasha Smith (Boston Common), Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars), Jason Bateman (Valerie's Family), Kristin Davis (Sex and the City), Carlos Ponce (Lipstick Jungle), Jon Huertas (Sabrina the Teenage Witch), Nathan Fillion (Firefly), Tamala Jones (One on One), Ruben Santiago-Hudson (Dear John), Susan Sullivan (The Nine), Joel Gretsch (The 4400), Laura Allen (The 4400), Kyle Gallner (Veronica Mars), Esai Morales (Vanished), Brittany Robertson (Swingtown), Megan Mullally (Will & Grace), Kelsey Grammer (Frasier), Charles S. Dutton (Threshold), Bebe Neuwirth (Cheers), Debbie Allen (Fame), Marisa Coughlan (Boston Legal), Kathleen Quinlan (Family Law), Rob Bogue (Oz), Josh Cooke (Big Day), Katee Sackhoff (Bionic Woman), and Patricia Heaton (Everybody Loves Raymond).
Josh Groban Sings a Tribute to TV Show Theme Songs — What’d They Miss?

Josh Groban Sings a Tribute to TV Show Theme Songs — What’d They Miss?

September 22, 2008
As part of last night’s Emmy award ceremony, singer Josh Groban performed a medley of TV theme songs. Since Groban got his big break singing Read more . . .
TV News Briefs: <em>Addams Family, Friends, Sopranos, Quincy,</em> and <em>Mr. Ed</em>

TV News Briefs: Addams Family, Friends, Sopranos, Quincy, and Mr. Ed

June 30, 2008
There's some interested casting going on for the The Addams Family musical, Lisa Kudrow gives her opinion on the Friends reunion, The Sopranos gives new meaning to the term 'blood money,' and Jack Klugman and Mr. Ed go to court!
Where Are They Now: Some Green Room Chatter for June 11, 2008

Where Are They Now: Some Green Room Chatter for June 11, 2008

June 11, 2008
Check out where you can find some of the stars of cancelled shows like Big Day, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Carpoolers, Charmed, Conviction, Crossing Jordan, Fashion House, Help Me Help You, Jack & Bobby, Jake in Progress, Journeyman, Sex and the City, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, The Black Donnellys, Veronica Mars, and What About Brian.
Where Are They Now: Some Green Room Chatter for May 23, 2008

Where Are They Now: Some Green Room Chatter for May 23, 2008

May 23, 2008
Sooner or later our favorite TV shows all come to an end and the cast and crew all go their separate ways. If we’re lucky, Read more . . .
TV News Briefs: <em>Cheers, MacGyver, the Muppets,</em> and <em>Veronica Mars</em>

TV News Briefs: Cheers, MacGyver, the Muppets, and Veronica Mars

May 7, 2008
The Cheers sitcom's popularity may be waning but the Boston bars are still doing well. The creator of MacGyver is planning a movie, Jason Segal has a great Muppet movie cameo in the works, and there's a special trip being planned for Veronica Mars fans.

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