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The TV icon also speaks about ending the show after nine seasons.
There's no tissue box big enough for the deluge of tears Season Two will bring.
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The most anticipated TV reboots this season.
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Bidding a fond farewell to these fan faves.
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While Lear has always been game to tell other people's stories, it was only recently that he gave the nod to tell his own
I grew up watching Friends. I fell in love with Chandler Bing and cheered for Ross and Rachel. I cried when Phoebe lost her cat. I couldn't wait for the day I could have my own Central Perk where my close-knit group of friends would lounge on an over-stuffed orange couch for hours just chatting and teasing each other. I waited. And I waited. And I waited.
It also gives us so many wonderful catchphrases to talk about things we never had phrases for before: shrinkage, double-dipping
And though the truism goes that in life there's no such thing as a guarantee, if the work Kenya Barris has already created
Let me start by saying: spoiler alert! If you haven't yet watched Fuller House (why not? It's all on Netflix...), you should probably do that first.
The community was worried that exposing the inner workings of a mosque community would only make people hate us more. But
Ben Feldman explains why he thinks that drama and comedy are equally challenging.
You might not want to harm trans people, but that's the thing about casual transphobia; It doesn't need to have true hate behind it to be real and harmful.
Maybe the reason I love Nicki Minaj so much is because I see myself -- my realities, my experiences, my struggles -- reflected in who she is. I understand why she shies away from her complicated immigrant identity; I imagine how intimate the release of Trini Dem Girls must have been.
The traditional fall TV season is transforming now that more and more shows are released throughout the year and/or dropped digitally for binge-watching. It can be challenging for families to keep up. But don't despair.
The Simpsons is know for its spoofs and skewers, and considering the splash that Boyhood made upon its release in 2014-- it
Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer are admittedly hysterical, and they're not afraid to tell it like it is.