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Four decades ago in a galaxy not so far away at all, a film franchise called ‘Star Wars’ made its official debut…and history.

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Fox’s ‘The Orville,’ which premieres this fall might actually be an entertaining show…unless it turns out to be too much of a good thing.

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Actor Peter Falk’s depiction of Detective Columbo made him simultaneously a lovable and a maddening character, but also a formidable adversary.

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The Netflix original series ’13 Reasons Why,’ about a teen who leaves tapes to explain her suicide, will be back for a second season.

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Hated by critics but loved by a devoted audience, ‘Gilligan’s Island’ told the story of seven castaways shipwrecked on an island in the South Pacific.

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This week’s news about a Burger King ad gimmick is a great lesson about technology: just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.

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Don Rickles, the comedian known as the ‘merchant of venom’ for his unique brand of insult comedy, died Thursday about a month shy of his 91st birthday.

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If you’re into binge-watching, you can bank on perching yourself on the sofa for quite a while for your favorite show, according to a new study.

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Some TV opening themes do more than just introduce the principal actors: they actually explain what the show is actually about.

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The sitcom ‘M*A*S*H’ was set in South Korea during the Korean War and focused on the 4077th mobile army surgical hospital — thus the initials — in Uijeongbu.

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Norman Lear’s breakthrough comedy ‘All in the Family’ can still be seen in reruns on some channels, but what’s most amazing is that it still holds up today.

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NBC announced it has renewed its last-surviving soap, ‘Days of Our Lives,’ for a 52nd season despite speculation it was headed for cancellation.