Published 8:09 am CST, Monday, December 10, 2018 The best TV shows of the century. (In alphabetical order.) The SopranosWe begin our list with an asterisk. "The Sopranos" actually debuted in 1999, and this list includes shows that began in 2000 or later. However, "The Sopranos" is arguably the best show to air in the 2000s, and maybe the best series ever. HBO (1999-2007) less The best TV shows of the century. (In alphabetical order.) The Sopranos We begin our list with an asterisk. "The Sopranos" actually debuted in 1999, and this list includes shows that began in 2000 or later. ... more Photo: HBO Photo: HBO Image 1 of / 63 Caption Close Image 1 of 63 The best TV shows of the century. (In alphabetical order.) The SopranosWe begin our list with an asterisk. … [Read more...] about The 50 greatest TV shows of the century … so far
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Published 8:22 am CDT, Friday, August 24, 2018 REL: Preview Sunday, September 9; Moves to its regular time on Sunday, September 30 on Fox"Lil Rel, a prideful, self-made success who lives by the code to “always believe in yourself and great things will come,” finds that attitude put to the test when he learns his wife is having an affair with his own barber. He tries to rebuild his life post-divorce as a long-distance single father on the South Side of Chicago who’s on a quest for love, respect and a new barber. Inspired by Lil Rel’s real life." less REL: Preview Sunday, September 9; Moves to its regular time on Sunday, September 30 on Fox "Lil Rel, a prideful, self-made success who lives by the code to “always believe in yourself and great things will ... more Photo: Matt Salacuse/FOX 9-1-1: Sunday, September 23, moving to its regular time on Monday, September 24 on Fox "9-1-1 … [Read more...] about Mark your calendar: When your favorite TV shows will return
IF THERE'S a preschooler in your house, there is a high probability they are a Bingster. A superstar of the toddler world, the adorable bunny and his friends celebrate the best and worst of preschool life, overcoming everything from dropping an ice-cream to losing a favourite toy. Bing is the biggest show on CBeebies, and actually the second most popular show on iPlayer – behind EastEnders. Now Bing and pals Sula, Coco and Pando will be going on the road, and the good news is they are bringing their first ever stage show to Derry and Belfast this July. Audiences can join Bing and friends as they visit the theatre for the first time and as they learn how to tell stories by pretending, dressing-up and singing songs. Flop and Amma will be on hand as well, to help their little friends through the ups and downs of toddlerhood, but in this magical world things don't always go to plan. While there are references to certain exisiting episodes of the programme, the CBeebies favourites are … [Read more...] about It’s a Bing thing: The most popular TV show you’ve probably never heard of comes to the Northern Ireland stage
Hospitals may not conjure glamorous images to mind but behind their grey exteriors and lino floors lie some well-kept Hollywood secrets. Believe it or not a handful of west London hospitals have served as film sets for award-winning TV shows and global blockbusters. An Oscar-winning horror, a hospital-based comedy and a recent Mafia crime series all had scenes shot in these west London establishments. But can you guess which hospitals have been well-trodden by film and TV royalty? Read More News you might have missed Northwick Park Harrow's Northwick Park hosted the Anti-Christ in 1976 when film crews descended to shoot for the Oscar-winning horror flick, The Omen. Scenes were shot in the hospital's upper floors and actor Gregory Peck’s resuscitative powers were said to rival clinicians as unwell female patients abandoned their beds and rushed upstairs hoping to see him. Satan aside, Northwick Park served as a set for comedy series Green Wing, in which it became the fictional … [Read more...] about Did you know these huge films and TV shows were filmed in west London hospitals?
Austin Rogers, the New York City bartender who famously won 12 out of 13 Jeopardy shows and took home over $400,000 in winnings, then hatched a plan to travel the world in an old Mercedes wagon, is in the process of starting a car show for the “every man,” TMZ reports. Among the cars allegedly pitched: the Subaru Brat and some kind of 1968 Honda. This should be good. According to the gossip site, Austin Rogers is apparently working with a “major cable network” on a show that will “showcase cars that didn’t resonate with the public, but were the precursors to whips that were wildly successful.” In other words, this show—if it ever happens—could be the most “Jalop” show since Car Vs. America. (Anyone remember that? We did a TV show once.) Anyway, the news is especially promising, since we already got a glimpse of Rogers’s excellent taste in cars when he famously described how he wanted to use his winnings to take a … [Read more...] about Jeopardy Champ Austin Rogers Is Working On A TV Show About Underappreciated Cars And I’m Excited