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On this day in 1992, HBO introduced the satirical comedy, The Larry Sanders Show. The series starred comedian Garry Shandling as host of a Tonight Show-style talk show, with a focus on the behind-the-scenes...

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August 6, 2019 6:06PM PT A motherless girl seeks occult solutions to her bleak home life in this uneven but poignant mix of psychological realism and the supernatural. ...

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This day in 1989 marked the last telecast of The Jim Henson Hour on NBC. The hour-long show, hosted by Henson and his “co-host” The Thought Lion, was generally divided into two parts. The...

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In 1983 ABC introduced The Hamptons, a soapy drama set in one of the nation’s most affluential areas. The series was created by Gloria Monty — the daytime drama producer credited for turning...

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John Travolta is one of the most well-known actors in the industry today, but he takes on the role of an obsessed fan in the upcoming Fred Durst-directed film, The Fanatic. The new trailer shows...

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This day in 1999 marked the final telecast of the sitcom, The Parent ‘Hood, on The WB. The sitcom was one of The WB’s showcase shows when the network launched in 1995. The series starred...

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On this day in 1996, Comedy Central introduced The Daily Show, with host Craig Kilborn. Kilborn, a former co-anchor of ESPN’s SportsCenter, opened the half-hour satirical news show with a comedic...

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The Disney tentpole has already earned $ 531 million worldwide. Hakuna matata, indeed. If anyone wondered whether lukewarm reviews would pose trouble for the opening weekend of The Lion King,...

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This day in 1950 marked the start of the Golden Age of Television’s answer to Dancing with the Stars: Arthur Murray Party Time — which was later renamed (and best known as) The Arthur Murray...