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On this day in 1983, ABC presented The Day After, a miniseries depicting the aftermath of a fictional nuclear war on residents of the American midwest. Seen by nearly 100 million people, the heavily-promoted...

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The old joke about reality TV is that not much of it is all that real.  It’s a cliché, but clichés come to exist for a reason. And much of the reality TV that we consume and obsess over...

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On this day in 1995, ABC debuted the first installment of the three-part documentary series, The Beatles Anthology. The series’ launch coincided with the release of the Anthology 1 album —...

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RJ Sangosti – Pool/Getty Images Lifetime is sinking its teeth into even more ripped-from-the-headlines stories this winter, including tackling...

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Television’s all-time most important and impressive newsmagazine, more so even than 60 Minutes, was also its first. It began Nov. 18, 1951 in an almost hidden timeslot — 3:30 on a Sunday...

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ABC Allow Lea Michele to get you in the holiday spirit. The Glee veteran, who also has new holiday album titled Christmas in the City, is...

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On this day in 1968, AFL rivals the New York Jets and the Oakland Raiders were locked in a back-and-forth battle for dominance when, with just over a minute to play, NBC cut away from the game to broadcast...

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Have mercy! You may find it hard not to cry all the tears when you see what Fuller House stars such as Candace Cameron Bure, John Stamos, Andrea Barber and Jodie Sweetin did on and...

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This day in 1966 marked the debut of Evening Primrose, the only original musical written by Stephen Sondheim for television. The musical revolves around Charles (Anthony Perkins), a poet, who discovers...

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Sure, there’s some pretty intense drama between the stars of The Real Housewives of Jersey. But when the cameras are off, Teresa Giudice‘s cast mates have got her back. The reality...