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<em>Dynasty</em> and <em>Charlie’s Angels:</em> John Forsythe dies at 92

Dynasty and Charlie’s Angels: John Forsythe dies at 92

April 2, 2010
“A vastly usable, not wildly talented actor” has passed away. Not many in the acting world considered John Forsythe anything but talented, but that’s essentially Read more . . .
Veterans of Cancelled TV Shows That We Lost in May 2009

Veterans of Cancelled TV Shows That We Lost in May 2009

June 7, 2009
Dom DeLuise and Linda DangcilSome more talented individuals left us this month. It's amazing how so many people have contributed so much to the medium of television. Some of the losses this month include Dom DeLuise (The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, The New Candid Camera), Linda Dangcil (Dynasty, Quincy M.E., 3rd Rock From The Sun, and The Flying Nun), Frank Aletter (M*A*S*H, All In The Family, Dallas, Kojak, and Murder, She Wrote), Wayne Allwine (movies Splash, Three Men And A Baby, and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and as the voice of Mickey Mouse), Michael Ross (All In The Family, The Jeffersons, and Three's Company), and veteran news producer Jack Reilly (The Mike Douglas Show, David Frost Show, Good Morning America, and Entertainment Tonight). Here are the details... Comedic actor Dom DeLuise passed away in his sleep on May 4th in Southern California. He was 75 years old. DeLuise was a staple of variety shows in the 1960s and hosted his own from 1983 until 1990. With his seemingly endless enthusiasm, DeLuise was also a frequent guest on talk shows like The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, a co-star in many Mel Brooks movies, and hosted The New Candid Camera in the 1990s. Frequent co-star and close friend Burt Reynolds told Entertainment Tonight, "I was dreading this moment... Dom always made everyone feel better when he was around. I never heard him say an unkind word about anyone. I will miss him very much."
<em>Dynasty:</em> 20 Years Ago, The Carringtons & Colbys Said Goodbye — How Did It End?

Dynasty: 20 Years Ago, The Carringtons & Colbys Said Goodbye — How Did It End?

May 11, 2009
In its heyday, Dynasty was one of the most popular shows on television and spawned hundreds of products and a short-lived spin-off (The Colbys). The nation loved to see rich people have lots of outrageous problems. Dynasty revolves primarily around the wealthy Carrington family. As the series begins, oil baron Blake Carrington (John Forsythe) has fallen in love with secretary Krystle (Linda Evens) and the two marry. Blake's daughter Fallon (Pamela Sue Martin, later Emma Samms) resents her while his gay son Steven (Al Corley, later Jack Coleman) is sympathetic. The series really took off once Blake's infamous ex-wife, Alexis (Joan Collins), showed up. Other ongoing characters are played by Gordon Thomson, John James, Michael Nader, Heather Locklear, Pamela Bellwood, Diahann Carroll, Catherine Oxenberg, Lee Bergere, Leann Hunley, Kathleen Beller, Geoffrey Scott, Christopher Cazenove, Terri Garber, Wayne Northrop, Al Corley, Ted McGinley, Michael Praed, Lloyd Bochner, Peter Mark Richman, and Paul Burke. The opulent soap opera was in the Nelson top ten for most of its nine year run, reaching number one in 1984. Viewers eventually started to grow tired of the outrageous plots and ratings began to fall in season seven. That led to the series' high budget to be cut for the show's final season. Evens left midway through the year, Collins was only contracted for 13 episodes, and writers tried to shift the series to have a less glamorous tone. The change in plotlines weren't enough and the show was cancelled.
Veterans of Cancelled TV Shows That We Lost in January 2009

Veterans of Cancelled TV Shows That We Lost in January 2009

February 2, 2009
Several very notable veterans of television history left us in January. They include Bernie Hamilton (Starsky and Hutch), Steven Gilborn (Ellen, The Wonder Years, Damages, The Bernie Mac Show, NYPD Blue, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The West Wing, The Practice, L.A. Law, Columbo and Law & Order), Pat Hingle (Hail to the Chief, Hawaii Five-0, M*A*S*H, and Gunsmoke), Cheryl Holdridge (The Mickey Mouse Club, My Three Sons, Bewitched, The Dick Van Dyke Show, and Leave It to Beaver), Don Galloway (Ironside, General Hospital), John Hager (Hee-Haw), Harry Endo (Hawaii Five-0, Magnum, PI), Patrick McGoohan (The Prisoner), Ricardo Montalban (Star Trek, Dynasty, The Colbys, Here's Lucy, and Murder, She Wrote), Gordon Mitchell (All in the Family, The Jeffersons, Good Times, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Odd Couple, and Mork and Mindy), Bob May (Lost in Space), and Kim Manners (Charlie's Angels, Star Trek: The Next Generation, 21 Jump Street, Baywatch, The X-Files, and Supernatural).
Classic TV Shows to be Honored at 60th Anniversary Emmy Awards

Classic TV Shows to be Honored at 60th Anniversary Emmy Awards

August 24, 2008
Next month’s Emmys ceremony will mark the 60th anniversary of the awards. ABC and The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences are pulling out all Read more . . .
Where Are They Now? Green Room Chatter for August 31, 2007

Where Are They Now? Green Room Chatter for August 31, 2007

August 31, 2007
Check out Stargate SG-1's Beau Bridges, Janine Turner (Northern Exposure), Costas Mandylor (Picket Fences, The Wedding Bells), What About Brian's Krista Allen, Beverly Hills 90210's Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Jason Priestly, Melrose Place's Heather Locklear and more! Come on in!

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