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Monica Geller (Courteney Cox) wearing a turkey on her head while Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry) confesses he loves her after Thanksgiving dinner is and will forever be on our top 10 best TV moments list.
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Although details are few and far between, it appears that Nicholas Brendon has been arrested in, of all places, Idaho.
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Who says you need to turn to the sliver screen to enjoy a good scare? Some of the most frightening moments in Hollywood history have actually come courtesy of our old friend: television.
In today’s gallery, we spend some quality time in front of the TV to compile our list of the scariest… More »
With shows like Girls, Go On and The New Normal, television has hit its all-time high of gay, bisexual and transgender characters.
Hollywood bringing homosexuality into the homes across the country is not altogether new, considering the same-sex themes that played out on the small screen in such still-beloved hits as Will & Grace,… More »
Sarah Michelle Gellar may be TV’s next funny girl.
A spokesperson for 20th Century Fox TV confirms to Celebuzz that the 35-year-old actress has been cast to play Robin Williams’ daughter on a new CBS sitcom pilot produced by David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal), as first reported by Deadline.
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After a much longer than expected hiatus, NBC’s Community is back for its final semester — well, assuming everyone gets all the credits they need to graduate on schedule, that is. And after three years of extended paintball games, pillow and blanket forts, an expulsion and upcoming forgery situation… More »
What makes for great quirky TV? Shows that always surprise, have a stellar cast and take a totally fresh approach to their subject matter, even if they don’t always destroy ratings records. Our favorites may never appeal to the “mainstream,” but they’ll always have a special place in our hearts.