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Guess what Friends fans? The crew is reuniting twelve years after going off the air. NBC announced at the Television Critics Association’s press tour in Pasadena on Wednesday the cast of Friends will reunite on NBC for a two-hour special. […]

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After the success of NBC’s “The Sounds of Music Live!” and “Peter Pan Live!”, the network is excited to debut it’s third holiday musical “The Wiz Live!” on December 3rd at 8 p.m. EST. The three hour television production is […]

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After the success with The Sound of Music Live on NBC in 2013, reigning in over 18 million viewers, the network has decided to wow viewers again with Peter Pan Live, December 4 at 8 p.m. Craig Zadan and Neil […]

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Today get a look at our early church during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC. A.D. will present the first 10 chapters of the Book of Acts in a new series, and give viewers a sense of the early church. […]

With much anticipation after the smash hit, The Bible, now you can get a glimpse of another epic story–A.D. A snapshot can be viewed of this new series during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC. It will be a first […]

Thursday, February 7, 2014 Jay Leno passed the torch on to Jimmy Fallon, the new host of The Tonight Show host, as he said farewell after 22 years. “I don’t like goodbyes. NBC does, I don’t,” said Leno. He joked, “Well, tonight is our last show […]

  Some of my very favorite posts that I have written for this blog  over the years have been about “Friday Night Lights.”  And yet  I am not sure any of them encapsules how much I truly love this show.  […]

Even having my mom on the show couldn’t stop “the biggest fiasco in the history of television” will come to an end soon, as NBC will end its try at making Jay Leno into a 10 p.m. prime time television […]

Of all of the things that get modeled on television, I think one of the most warm, family-friendly and inspiring events that ever occurs is when stars show themselves to be humble. To be human. To be the brunt of […]

Last Friday, I witnessed a piece of TV history–the last “Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” as it ended its 17-year run with a highly anticipated and well-marketed finale. I grew up about a mile from the set of “The Tonight […]

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