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Married… with Children: A Bud Bundy Spin-Off?

Married with Children TV showIt’s been more than 17 years since Married… with Children went off the air but now one of Bundy’s may be coming back to television.

According to E!, Sony Pictures Television is shopping a spin-off of the FOX series which would revolve around son Bud Bundy, as played by David Faustino. No word on if any of the other castmembers would be involved in some way.

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Round Two: What’s the Best Sitcom in TV History?

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

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March 22, 2010
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Married with Children

Married with Children

Married with ChildrenThe Bundy family isn't your typical sitcom clan. Al (Ed O'Neill) is stuck in a job as a shoe salesman at the mall and can't seem to forget his glory days on his high school football team. He was offered a college scholarship but never got to use it because he got his girlfriend, Peggy Wanker (Katey Sagal), pregnant. He now looks at his family as the reason he feels so "stuck."
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.
2009 TV Land Awards Spotlight <em>M*A*S*H, Married with Children, ER, Home Improvement, Magnum PI, Knots Landing,</em> and more!

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What’s New? TV Show DVD Releases for March 17, 2009

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There's a big batch of new TV show DVDs landing on shelves today. They include Barney Miller, The F Word, Ghost Hunters, Head Case, Hollywood Residential, JAG, Married with Children, The Marvel Superheroes, Mr. Belvedere, The Nanny, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, The Spectacular Spider-Man, Suspense, and The Zeta Project.
<em>Married with Children:</em> Watch David Faustino’s Bundy Family Reunion

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February 27, 2009
David Faustino is doing something similar to Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, but he's making it far more personal. He stars in a web comedy series called Star-ving, a parodied version of his own life. One of the recent episodes provides a special treat for fans of Married With Children. Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate, and Faustino starred as the members of the unique sitcom family known as the Bundys. Al is a dad/husband with a caustic wit and a penchant for attending strip clubs. Peg is his sex-starved, lazy wife who always wears high heels, spandex pants, and teased hair. Daughter Kelly is even more dim-witted than her mother while son Bud seems to have picked up the worst features of both of his parents. Other regular performers include Amanda Bearse, Ted McGinley, David Garrison, Harold Sylvester, E.E. Bell, Dan Tullis Jr., Kevin Curran, and Tom McCleister. When the show closed after 259 episodes in 1997, Faustino's career seemed to end with it. While the other castmembers went on to leading roles in their own shows, he landed occasional guest star roles. This inspired him and Corin Nemec, a close friend and fellow former child star (Parker Lewis Can't Lose), to develop a web series based on Faustino's frustrating, post-sitcom life. The Sony-owned site, Crackle, is committed to 13 episodes of Star-ving that run less than 10 minutes each.
Where Are They Now? Some Greenroom Chatter for February 15, 2009

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February 15, 2009
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Where Are They Now? Some Greenroom Chatter for November 8, 2008

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November 9, 2008
Ever wonder what happened to the actors and actresses from your favorite cancelled shows? They're keeping busy on TV shows like Heroes and According to Jim, on web-only projects and movies. Here's where you'll be able to find performers like Logan Marshall-Green (Traveler), Dylan McDermott (Big Shots), Nicki Aycox (Ed, Supernatural), Justin Baldoni (Everwood), Seth Green (Four Kings), Brekin Meyer (King of the Hill), Justin Long (Ed), Josh Charles (Six Degrees), Christina Ricci (Ally McBeal), Eric Estrada (CHiPs), Lee Majors (The Six Million Dollar Man), Kevin Falls and James Van Der Beek (Dawson's Creek), David Denman (Angel, The Office), David Faustino (Married with Children), Corin Nemec (Stargate SG-1), Ed Asner (The Mary Tyler Moore Show), Brad Garrett (Til Death), and Jonathan Lipnicki (Meego). To start off, Logan Marshall-Green (Traveler) and Dylan McDermott (Big Shots) have signed on to The Line, a Jerry Bruckheimer-produced pilot being made for TNT. It follows a group of undercover LAPD cops as they "walk the line" between doing their job and being seduced by easy money. The Line also stars Nicki Aycox (Ed, recently Supernatural). Word is that Justin Baldoni (Everwood) has landed a role in a couple of episodes of NBC's Heroes. He'll be playing a young surfer dude named Andy who works at a Southern California comic shop. Seth Green (Four Kings) and Brekin Meyer (King of the Hill) are also slated to play comic fans as well.

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