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<em>Rhoda:</em> Beloved Character Actor Harold Gould Dies at 86

Rhoda: Beloved Character Actor Harold Gould Dies at 86

September 13, 2010
A beloved character actor has left us after nearly half a century in front of the camera. Harold Gould died from prostate cancer on September Read more . . .
<em>Hawaii Five-0:</em> So, Is it “Five-Oh” or “Five-Zero?” CBS Says…

Hawaii Five-0: So, Is it “Five-Oh” or “Five-Zero?” CBS Says…

July 6, 2010
CBS released a very brief press release today to clarify the title of one of the network’s new fall shows. No, they aren’t changing $#*! Read more . . .
<em>Hawaii Five-0:</em> Compare the New Show’s Opening with the Last Two

Hawaii Five-0: Compare the New Show’s Opening with the Last Two

June 1, 2010
To no surprise, CBS picked up the new Hawaii Five-0 series. The TV show will have a prominent spot on the Fall 2010 schedule, airing Read more . . .
<em>Hawaii Five-0:</em> New Alex O’Loughlin Pilot Is Finished

Hawaii Five-0: New Alex O’Loughlin Pilot Is Finished

April 22, 2010
At the recent premiere of his romantic comedy, The Back-Up Plan, Alex O’Loughlin revealed that he’s finished filming the new Hawaii Five-0 pilot and Read more . . .
<em>Hawaii Five-0:</em> Additional Casting on the New CBS Pilot

Hawaii Five-0: Additional Casting on the New CBS Pilot

March 17, 2010
Plans for CBS’s remake of the classic Jack Lord series, Hawaii Five-0, are moving right along. Last month, it was announced that Alex O’Loughlin Read more . . .
<em>Hawaii Five-0:</em> Alex O’Loughlin Signed for TV Series Remake

Hawaii Five-0: Alex O’Loughlin Signed for TV Series Remake

February 12, 2010
He’s played a vampire detective on Moonlight and a compassionate doctor on Three Rivers. Now, Alex O’Loughlin’s on schedule to play a Hawaiian detective. Read more . . .
<em>Hawaii Five-0:</em> How Did the Jack Lord TV Show End?

Hawaii Five-0: How Did the Jack Lord TV Show End?

February 9, 2010
After 12 seasons on the air, CBS’ Hawaii Five-0 finally came to an end. Unfortunately, it went out with more of a whimper than a Read more . . .
<em>Hawaii Five-0:</em> <em>Lost</em> Actor Cast as “Undead” in CBS Remake

Hawaii Five-0: Lost Actor Cast as “Undead” in CBS Remake

February 9, 2010
It looks like at least one member of the Lost cast won’t be leaving Hawaii. Daniel Dae Kim (Jin on Lost) is the first Read more . . .
<em>Hawaii Five-0:</em> Will Alex O’Loughlin Star in the CBS Remake?

Hawaii Five-0: Will Alex O’Loughlin Star in the CBS Remake?

January 19, 2010
The third time might be the charm for both a Hawaii Five-0 remake and a popular CBS star. The original Hawaii Five-0 series ran on 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.

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