A show was only as good as its theme song back in the day. Those catchy show-openers were a crucial part of why we keep coming
Television audiences are beyond loyal. Indeed, post-50s remember their favorite sitcoms with particular passion and nostalgia. Just the sound of those great TV theme songs brings us to our feet. So, veteran TV sitcom stars who made us laugh out loud, sit up and take notice. Millions of us watched you and loved you, so please come back and make us laugh out loud one more time.
This year marked the 25th anniversary of the debut of "Family Matters," which must be why so many people seem to have Steve
This video shows the treatment of race in Black Sitcoms from the 1970s to present.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: We'll never forget when it became very clear that Uncle Phil was -- and would always be -- much
In 2008, the former child star appeared on "Celebrity Rehab" and she says she began to wean herself off of drugs and alcohol
Without the app, you can still choose who sees your status updates by choosing a group like "friends" or "family." FamilyMatters
The Anderson-Stokes clan had its beginning in the late 1880s in the Mississippi Delta, amid the mosquito-infested bottom lands created by the unpredicted flooding of the Mississippi River.
"Family Matters" signed off 15 years ago today -- the series finale aired on July 17, 1998 after nine seasons, most of which
Today, Points of Light, an organization that encourages Americans to volunteer, announced the 5,000th Daily Point of Light Award. While serving on the board of Points of Light back in the '90s, I began working with an offshoot called Family Matters, a program that encouraged families to discover the benefits of volunteering together. I had seen those benefits in a very real way in my own family. There are so many forces that divide us from one another. And with the increasing presence of technology, families can easily drift apart, even while in the same room. Volunteering is a force that can bridge those divides and strengthen families at the same time. The idea is to make volunteering a first-level option for families when they're deciding what to do -- right in the mix with movies, going out to eat, playdates, soccer, and Little League. In other words, a normal part of American family life.
Never in a million T.G.I.F-filled years did I imagine that I'd be sitting across from Jaleel White while reliving that epic moment when Steve Urkel transformed into Stefan Urquelle for the very first time.
With the "Roseanne" cast reuniting for a good old fashioned roast and the "Arrested Development" gang back together courtesy