T.V.

A Very Funny Scene From Cheers
Cheers was one on my favorite sitcoms and a ratings bonanza for NBC. It ran from 1982 to 1993. One of the staples of the show is when Norn, played by George Wendt entered the bar and everyone yelled 'NORM".
I just ran across an episode I don't remember seeing when Frederick Crane, …
The Walking Dead Set to Yackety Sax
Someone decided to take the wild goose chase from The Walking Dead Season final and set it to music. The music used is called ‘Yackety Sax’ which was used a lot in The Benny Hill Show. Works perfectly.
 
 
Syfy’s Sharknado 3 Coming in July
Syfy channels ‘Sharknado’ movies have been a surprise hit for the network. There has been a ‘Sharknado 1 & 2, both starring Ian Ziering and Tara Reid. Both stars will return for ‘Sharknado 3’, but some new names have been announced for the ne…
New Reality Show, Bagged
Myx TV, an Asian-America entertainment network has a new reality show coming called Bagged. It’s a dating show that relies on personality rather than looks. Three contestants will try to win the heart on one dater, while the dater never sees their faces.
T.V. Shows, Cancelled and Renewed
It’s that time of year when T.V. shows are either ending or are getting cancelled and others are on the bubble which means they could make through to another season or could get the ax this year. Here are some that have gotten the ax:
First Color T.V. in March, 1954
It was March of 1954 when RCA introduced the first color television set. It was the RCA CT-100, which today is a collector's item to end all collector's items because only two to three dozen working CT-100’s can be found in the world today. Westinghouse did introduce a colo…
Top Moments in Television History
Commercial television and the development of television goes back a long way but T.V. as we know it today dates back 62 years. In 1951, President Harry Truman spoke at a press conference about officially ending the United States post WWll occupation of Japan. What makes it ‘as T.V. we know tod…
Dogs are Watching More T.V. Because of Flat Screen Televisions
There are T.V. channels starting that are made for dogs to watch with programming specifically made for K-9’s. This has nothing to do with the new channels, but dogs are watching more T.V. The thing that is making a dog stare at the screen more has to do with the way a dog&CloseCurly…

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