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A year before Oliver Stone’s Wall Street captured the runaway greed of the eighties, Steven Bochco and Terry Louise Fletcher presented the aggressively upscale lawyer show L.A. Law, which ended...

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All good things must come to an end, even things you once previously thought were good and are not finding problematic. That’s not to say everybody feels that way about Game of Thrones, but the...

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This day in 2006 marked the final telecast of NBC’s Will & Grace, the late-nineties equivalent of The Odd Couple. The New York-set series starred Eric McCormack and Debra Messing as best friends...

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Don’t let that one toast and that somewhat disastrous After the Final Rose performance fool you, Hannah Brown knows how to speak her mind.  That’s the biggest misconception the new...

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Beverly Hills, 90210 ended its ten-year run on this day in 2000… TVWW Feed ...

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“You won a Nobel Prize. I slapped Sheldon. A lot of dreams came true today!”  The Big Bang Theory has come to an end, and not since Grey’s Anatomy trapped half its characters...

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On this day in 1992, Showtime debuted Red Shoe Diaries, the full-length Zalman King film starring David Duchovny that launched the cabler’s erotic anthology series. The pre-X-Files Duchovny starred...

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We might all be able to agree that the Edge of Extinction aspect of Survivor: Edge of Extinction was not nearly as thrilling as anyone hoped it would be, but that finale was entertaining in a way that’s...

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In the midseventies, Starsky and Hutch — which wrapped up its four-season run on this day in 1979 — was to television what disco was to music: it helped define the decade, thanks to its high energy...

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Still having trouble wrapping your mind around the fact that Beverly Hills, 90210 is coming back but it’s also not?  Allow the guys to explain.  “It’s elevated versions of...