If you mention the names George and Weezie, George and Florence or Tom and Helen Willis to any member of Generation X, you will more than likely receive a warm smile of remembrance of an often-times hilarious TV sitcom from the 1980s.
The Thin Blue Line, starring Rowan Atkinson (Mr Bean), is one of my favourite sitcoms. Here are some great clips from the series and profiles of the funniest characters.
The TV western, a staple of television programming in the 1950s and 1960s, entered a period of decline in the 1970s from which it has never recovered. Even as the traditional western faded away, networks experimented with non-traditional westerns and mini-series throughout the decade. Here's a look...
All six seasons of the TV variety series "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In" are now available for the first time on home video. Marshall Fish gives his thoughts on this new DVD box set.
Some television shows have characters that are difficult or impossible to like. Despite these characters being unlikeable they are liked or even loved by the show’s fans.
This is the final article in a series of articles dedicated to catching up with the cast of The Jeffersons.
This article suggests a list of 12 actors who may have been forgotten by many fans of the classic TV program, "Saturday Night Live."
An overview of the character Emma Peel, played by Diana Rigg, from the 1960s cult television show, The Avengers.
'Salute Your Shorts' was a popular show that aired on Nickelodeon during the early 90's. This article will highlight the cast, and update on where they are now.
As a child I remember watching the Brady Bunch and loving it. It helped me escape my "not so perfect" adolescence and enter the world of The Brady's, a squeaky clean American family that seemed to handle their problems in a groovy way during every...