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On this day in 1999, Fox launched the animated sci-fi sitcom, Futurama. The series — which was conceived and developed by Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons, and Simpsons’ writer/producer...

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Getty Images, Netflix, PopTV, HBO, shutterstock We’re in the age of #PeakTV, there are more shows out than ever before. But somehow you’re...

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Of the five higest-rated miniseries in TV history, Richard Chamberlain is the only actor to have starred in two: 1980’s Shogun, and this 1983 romantic drama, second only to Roots on the all-time...

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Raven’s Home is getting a dose of culture this weekend.  Queer Eye‘s culture expert Karamo Brown is guest-starring in Sunday’s all-new episode, and E! News has the exclusive scoop...

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This day in 1995 marked Tom Snyder’s final appearance on CBS’s post-Late Show talk show, The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder. Snyder was replaced by Craig Kilborn. Craig Ferguson took over...

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Welcome to one of America’s messiest divorces. Or, at least, that’s how Oprah Winfrey previously described it. Today, the USA Network gave Dirty John fans a first look at its all-new season,...

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Long before the term was coined to describe the way TV viewers use their remote controls to sample several channels in rapid succession, Bewitched was famous for its “zapping.” The premise...

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It’s “All Hands on Dex” for the Stumptown season one finale. In E! News’ exclusive sneak peek of the big season-ending episode, Dex (Cobie Smulders) is in police custody, accused...

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On this day in 2005, NBC introduced the sitcom, The Office, an adaptation of the same-name BBC series starring Ricky Gervais. The British series lasted just 12 episodes, but the American version, which...

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Love Is Blind will be back for not one, but two new seasons on Netflix. That’s right, the reality series everyone is talking about has been renewed for season two and three on the streamer. In...