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.
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.
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.
Some TV opening themes do more than just introduce the principal actors: they actually explain what the show is actually about.
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.
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.
NBC announced it has renewed its last-surviving soap, ‘Days of Our Lives,’ for a 52nd season despite speculation it was headed for cancellation.
The sitcom ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ told the story of a sports writer who lives with his wife and kids across the street with his parents and older brother.
If you go back in time to the second broadcast season in which television existed, you’ll find the premiere of the longest-running TV show.
Could you pick 10 best shows from TV’s first power couple, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz? Here are my 10 favorite ‘I Love Lucy’ episodes!
Could the new Megyn Kelly program on NBC bring the network’s last serial, ‘Days of Our Lives’ to the end of its run after more than 51 years?
If there was a year that should teach broadcasters to stop airing those year-end celebrity memorial packages early, this year should have been it.