I reached a significant career milestone last week: I marked 30 years in TV. It's been a wild ride I hope won't end soon.
When the CBS sitcom 'All in the Family' debuted on CBS on Jan. 12, 1971, a sitcom disclaimer preceded the program
CBS All Access will rebrand itself as Paramount + on March 4. There's one classic television show in particular I'm wondering about.
We're living longer these days, but reaching age 90 is still a major accomplishment! Here are my favorite Hollywood nonagenerians!
On the night of Jan. 27, 1961, TV viewers saw something a first. Jackie Gleason apologized for the show he appeared in the week before.
I must admit to spending a good deal of this month reliving my childhood by watching reruns of the Bob Barker era of 'The Price is Right.'
'Jeopardy' host Alex Trebek died early Sunday morning after a public battle with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer, show executives confirmed.
If the classic cartoon, 'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' is part of your family tradition, get ready for a shock.
Comedian Red Skelton told an emotional story about the Pledge of Allegiance on his show in 1969. He later said it wasn't entirely true.
I wasn't sure I'd ever be able to drop Cable TV. But last week, I officially cut the cord. And so far, I haven't regretted it for a second.
When I was a kid, television sets had dials you had to manually operate to tune channels. But you could never find anything on Channel 37.
'The Price is Right' will start its 49th season without something it's never gone without before: a studio audience.
If you've read my blog for a while, you probably know I love 'The Andy Griffith Show.' The show premiered 60 years ago!
If you've ever wondered who the 'Andy Griffith Show' announcer was, wonder no more. You've actually seen him in an episode!