dynasty

"The shame, the breathtaking lack of self-esteem, has only just begun to seep out of my soul."
When thirtysomething was on TV in 1987, I was 13 years old and called it one of my favorite shows. Maybe a bit age inappropriate
The new series will be written by the team behind "Gossip Girl."
Some early comments from excited future-fans say that this show doesn't rely on stereotypes and that it's actually relatable
Jeb Bush could wind up being America's next president. That's a statement that my fingers would actually refuse to type for several other Republicans, just because attempting to substitute "Donald Trump" or "Carly Fiorina" in that sentence would be so downright laughable.
Are American voters now being given the option of choosing a virtual third term for George W. Bush? Astonishingly enough, that seems to be the direction his brother's campaign has chosen to head towards.
What any sensible Congress should be doing -- and what any sensible elite would be demanding -- is making the tax code more, not less progressive. Estate taxes should be higher; the various loopholes and dodges to escape them should be eliminated.
As you read through the liner notes for Walt Disney Record's Legacy Collection version of The Little Mermaid soundtrack, there's an anecdote in there that's sure to blow pop culture fans' minds.
Collins' influence stretches beyond the festive hand tossing of Tinseltown glitter, however. Her charitable outreach -- from The National Center for Learning Disabilities to the prevention of child cruelty in the UK -- stand out.
We also watched episodes from the daytime soap operas General Hospital, Guiding Light, and Hawkins Falls as well as primetime
The 80-year-old Hollywood star also attributed her "Dynasty" legacy as having endeared her to the lesbian, gay, bisexual
If anybody can heat up summer programming, it's Heather Locklear. The famous Melrose Place and Spin City grad enters the fold of TNT's playful legal romp Franklin & Bash premiering June 19.
So, even though I'd heard about the ending of Downton Abbey's Season 3 and knew what was coming, I found the fatal car accident at the end gratuitous, pointless, and lazy on the part of the writers.
Linda Evans and Linda Gray, of popular rival '80s soap operas "Dynasty" and "Dallas," respectively, are teaming up to support
[Editor's note: We tried to make this list as comprehensive as possible, but could not find decent archived images of Lionel
Linda Evans made her name as Krystle Carrington on "Dynasty" and although she moved to Washington state to get away from