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<em>Eight Is Enough:</em> Watch the TV Show Cast Reunion

Eight Is Enough: Watch the TV Show Cast Reunion

March 1, 2010
On this morning’s edition of the Today Show, several of the castmembers of Eight Is Enough reunited for the first time in 20-30 years. Read more . . .
<em>227</em> Cast Reunion for <em>Today Show</em> But <em>The Brady Bunch</em> Is Cancelled

227 Cast Reunion for Today Show But The Brady Bunch Is Cancelled

February 28, 2010
You may recall that, a few days ago, we reported that NBC’s Today Show was hosting some classic TV show cast reunions. Well, we have Read more . . .
Cast Reunions of <em>Eight is Enough, The Partridge Family,</em> and <em>The Brady Bunch!</em>

Cast Reunions of Eight is Enough, The Partridge Family, and The Brady Bunch!

February 23, 2010
Fans of classic 1970′s TV will want to tune in to the Today Show next week. The NBC morning news program is reuniting members of Read more . . .
Veterans of Cancelled TV Shows That We Lost in February 2009

Veterans of Cancelled TV Shows That We Lost in February 2009

March 2, 2009
We lost a large number of TV show veterans in January 2009 but, thankfully, far fewer left us in February. The talented TV-related folks that left us in February include James Whitmore, One Life to Live's Phil Carey (All in the Family, Little House on the Prairie, The Bionic Woman, and Gunsmoke), Blossom Dearie (The Today Show and Schoolhouse Rock!), and Ed Cotter (Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, Dear John, and Family Matters). James Whitmore, 87, died on February 6th at his Malibu, CA home. The actor was diagnosed with lung cancer in November 2008. Whitmore had a long list of movie and Broadway credits but also guested on TV shows like The Practice, The White Shadow, Gunsmoke, The Big Valley, and most recently, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. He was married several times, including to Audra Lindley (Three's Company). Whitmore was also the grandfather of recent Survivor contestant, Matty Whitmore. Phil Carey, 83, passed away on February 6th at his home in New York. The actor had also been battling lung cancer. He was best known for playing business tycoon Asa Buchanan on ABC's One Life to Live soap opera for almost 30 years. A veteran of many movies, Carey also appeared on classic shows like All in the Family, Little House on the Prairie, The Bionic Woman, and Gunsmoke.
<em>Dirty Sexy Money:</em> Baldwin Says TV Show Not Cancelled Yet

Dirty Sexy Money: Baldwin Says TV Show Not Cancelled Yet

December 11, 2008
ABC's guilty pleasure, Dirty Sexy Money, has been struggling. This season, the TV show has been averaging just six million viewers. The network had ordered 13 episodes for year two with the option of purchasing additional installments. They decided against exercising that option but one of the series' stars says that it's not over yet. Dirty Sexy Money follows a lawyer (Peter Krause) who gets talked into representing the powerful Darling family; patriarch Tripp (Donald Sutherland), wife Letitia (Jill Clayburgh), and their five grown children -- politician Patrick (William Baldwin), promiscuous Karen (Natalie Zea), corrupt clergyman Brian (Glenn Fitzgerald), and party-loving twins Jeremy (Seth Gabel) and Juliet (Samaire Armstrong). Other performers include Blair Underwood, Zoe McLellan, Lucy Liu, Will Shadley, Laura Margolis, Bellamy Young, Candis Cayne, Shawn Michael Patrick, Chloe Moretz, Sheryl Lee, Andrea Smithson, and Daniel Cosgrove. The cast and crew have completed filming their 13th episode for the season and we're told it will include a bit of closure. Baldwin is optimistic that it won't be the series finale. In a statement reminiscent of Brooke Shields' overly optimistic comments about Lipstick Jungle, the actor says that the show isn't cancelled yet and is just "on the bubble."
<em>Batman:</em> Watch Adam West and Lee Meriwether Talk about the Classic Movie

Batman: Watch Adam West and Lee Meriwether Talk about the Classic Movie

July 1, 2008
The DVD release of the original Batman series continues to be tied up by so many copyright issues that you’d think that a group of Read more . . .
<em>Celebrity Family Feud:</em> Will It Be a Big Success or Three Strikes?

Celebrity Family Feud: Will It Be a Big Success or Three Strikes?

June 24, 2008
Joining NBC’s “All-American Summer” line-up, another classic game show is being pulled into primetime – with a celebrity twist. Hosted by The Today Show’s chipper weatherman, Read more . . .
<em>Happy Days:</em> The Cunninghams and Friends Reunite on <em>Today Show</em>

Happy Days: The Cunninghams and Friends Reunite on Today Show

February 26, 2008
For the first time in many years, the gang from the sitcom about 1950′s Milwaukee reunited on NBC’s Today Show. It was part of Read more . . .
<em>Family Ties:</em> Reunited After Almost 20 Years!

Family Ties: Reunited After Almost 20 Years!

February 7, 2008
It was almost 20 years ago that Family Ties, one of the most popular sitcoms of the 1980s, said goodbye to NBC. Today, the Read more . . .
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The Today Show

First airing in 1952, this daily NBC morning news program features national news, weather, features, and interviews with celebrities, politicians and other newsmakers of the day. The series was created by Pat Weaver (father of actress Sigourney) and was first hosted by Dave Garroway.

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