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Alberto E. Rodriguez, Getty Images

Actors and the Role They Turned Down

Actors that we see in the movies and on T.V. aren’t always the ones that were the first choice of the studios. Some well-known actors turned down roles that would have made them millions but at the time didn’t think the role was good enough or not right for them.

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David Hume Kennerly, Getty Images

Are These the Top Sitcoms of the 90′s?

We did a Brainbuster on the Morning Buzz this morning about top sitcoms in the 80’s (you can see the question and answers here b985.fm). It started me thinking about popular sitcoms of the 90’s and which were the most watched. So here is a list of some in the top twenty and the complete list of the top 10.

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Ethan Miller, Getty Images
Ethan Miller, Getty Images

The End Of Saturday Morning Cartoons On Network Television

This past weekend marked the end of a staple of American baby boomers, the Saturday morning cartoons. The major network channels will no longer be broadcast cartoons on Saturday morning.

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Photo by Andy Capwell
Photo by Andy Capwell

Andy Capwell Won A New Television!

The Patriots game was just wrapping up on Sunday, and one of my good friends couldn't make it to me birthday barbecue on Saturday, so I texted him asking if he wanted to go and watch football at The Bench in Gardiner.

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images
Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Beatles TV Eight Episode TV Event in the Works

NBC is developing an eight episode event TV series about the Beatles. The network has been pushing ‘event TV’ since the live performance of The Sound of Music which was a huge rating success.

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Jason Merritt, Getty Images
Jason Merritt, Getty Images

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:

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Fox Photos, Getty Images
Fox Photos, Getty Images

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 color T.V. a little sooner, but the RCA CT-100 is considered the ‘real’ first.

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‘Tanks’Giving Made WABI-TV Last Night

When I knew that 'Tanks'giving was coming up, I wanted to make sure the entire state of Maine was able to know about it. Our station reaches 160,000 in our listening area and everyone has been spreading the word around and tuning in to see how our food drive is going.

Well, I decided to make a few more phone calls.

And the good people at WABI-TV Channel 5 were able to answer my call!

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Caroline Cutbirth and Jennifer Wayne
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Stealing Angels’ Caroline Cutbirth and Jennifer Wayne Join ‘The Amazing Race’

Country fans will likely recognize a few faces on the upcoming season of 'The Amazing Race.' Former Stealing Angels bandmates Caroline Cutbirth and Jennifer Wayne have joined the cast of the popular reality show, which is celebrating an impressive 22 seasons on the air.

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Hands Over Ears
MondoPhotos, Flickr

Say Goodbye to Loud TV Commercials

Have you ever noticed that when a TV show goes into a commercial the volume on your set goes up?

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