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9 items from 2016


Exclusive: 40 Years After 'Laverne & Shirley' Premiered, Cindy Williams Spills Secrets From the Set

16 December 2016 5:40 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

40 years after the premiere of Laverne & Shirley, Cindy Williams opens up to Et about what it was like shooting the revered show.

The 69-year-old actress sat down with Et's Nischelle Turner, shortly after guest appearing on The Odd Couple, and shared that the famous Laverne & Shirley opening sequence was an idea that Penny's brother and show co-creator, the late Garry Marshall, came up with on the spot.

"We were out on the lot at Paramount on New York street, and he said, 'Penny, teach Cindy that little dance you did on the way to school with your chums,'" Williams recalled. "And he said action and we did it once, and I didn't get it -- the up and down, 'Schlemiel! Schlimazel!' -- and so the second take I got it, and he said, 'Ok that's good. We're out of here.'"

Watch: Penny Marshall Opens Up About Late Brother Garry Marshall

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Exclusive: 'Mork & Mindy' Star Pam Dawber on Staying Married in Hollywood and Keeping Kids Out of Headlines

11 November 2016 4:32 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Mork & Mindy star Pam Dawber believes her family with husband Mark Harmon wouldn't be as stable had she kept acting full-time.

"I don't think two people can work all the time in show business and stay married," Dawber tells Et's Nischelle Turner.

Watch: Robin Williams and Pam Dawber Reunite as 'Mork & Mindy'

Dawber and Harmon, both 65, will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary next year. When Dawber and Harmon wed, the actress was still going strong off the success of her sitcom, Mork & Mindy, and the handsome heartthrob was more than a decade into an extraordinary TV career, which included roles on The Love Boat and St. Elsewhere. Today, Harmon stars on CBS' No. 1 rated drama NCIS, while Dawber gave up fame more than a decade ago to raise the couple's two sons: 28-year-old Sean and 24-year-old Ty.

"I was in a number one show. I had my own deal. I got to do Broadway. I got to »

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The Odd Couple's Garry Marshall Tribute: Did It Move You?

7 November 2016 7:27 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The Odd Couple on Monday paid its respects to the late Garry Marshall, who not only worked as an executive consultant on the CBS remake, but portrayed Matthew Perry’s father, Walter.

VideosThe Odd Couple‘s Yvette Nicole Brown Shares Heartfelt Garry Marshall Remembrance

In celebration of the comedy legend, who in July died at age 81 due to complications from pneumonia, the episode welcomed a bevy of stars from his previous sitcoms, including Happy Days‘ Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and Don Most, Mork & Mindy‘s Pam Dawber, and Laverne & Shirley‘s Cindy Williams and Penny Marshall (who »

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The Odd Couple Garry Marshall Tribute: Get a Sneak Peek at Penny Marshall Scene

7 November 2016 7:25 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Legendary TV and film director Garry Marshall will be honored on this week’s episode of The Odd Couple, and People has an exclusive sneak peek.

Airing Monday on CBS, the special episode will pay tribute to the late Marshall, who died in July at age 81. Marshall developed and executive produced the original Odd Couple, which ran from 1970–75 starring Tony Randall and Jack Klugman.

Marshall’s sister Penny Marshall appears in the episode, which will also Happy Days‘ Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and Don Most; Laverne & Shirley‘s Cindy Williams, and Pam Dawber from Mork & Mindy.

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Exclusive: Penny Marshall Opens Up About Late Brother Garry Marshall: 'He Gave Me a Life'

4 November 2016 3:39 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Et was on the set of the upcoming Odd Couple tribute to Garry Marshall, where his sister, Penny Marshall, revealed just how much he meant to her.

"My brother gave me a life," Penny told her nephew, Scott -- Garry's director son -- who was interviewing her for Et. "It's not many people who have a brother who give them a life. He gave me a life and I appreciate it and I tried to not let him down."

Penny's career was just one of many that Garry launched in his five-decade-long career. As the mastermind behind such beloved TV shows and movies such as Happy Days, Mork & Mindy, Pretty Woman and The Princess Diaries (to name just a few!), Garry greatly impacted the careers of stars like Julia Roberts, Robin Williams, Anne Hathaway, Kate Hudson, Henry Winkler, Rob Lowe, John Stamos, Scott Baio and Mayim Bialik.

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CBS Sets Garry Marshall Tribute on ‘The Odd Couple’

31 October 2016 10:07 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

CBS’ “The Odd Couple” will be paying tribute to the late Garry Marshall on Nov. 7 with a cavalcade of special guest stars from the director’s oeuvre.

In the episode, Oscar (Matthew Perry) reconnects with people from his father Walter’s life while preparing to scatter his ashes behind the candy factory his father used to own. Marshall played Walter in an April episode of the series. The guests will come from Marshall’s TV hits, including Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and Don Most from “Happy Days,” Cindy Williams from “Laverne & Shirley,” Pam Dawber from “Mork & Mindy” and Marshall’s sister (and famed director) Penny Marshall.

Marshall helped develop and executive produced the first TV iteration of “The Odd Couple” for Paramount TV in 1970 and served as an executive consultant on the remake.

“The writing staff and everyone on ‘The Odd Couple’ reboot was thrilled when Garry Marshall joined us as a producer because his »

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Odd Couple Sets Garry Marshall Tribute, Happy Days Stars and More to Take Part

31 October 2016 9:39 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Stars of several of Garry Marshall’s television hits, including Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley, will appear on an upcoming episode of CBS’ The Odd Couple honoring him, the network announced Monday.

Marshall was creator of the original Odd Couple and an executive consultant on the reboot. He died in July at age 81 of complications from pneumonia.

The episode will air Monday, Nov. 7, at 9:30/8:30c. Stars from his previous shows taking part include: Happy DaysMarion Ross, Ron Howard, Anson Williams and Don Most; Laverne & Shirley‘s Penny Marshall (who is also Marshall’s sister) and Cindy Williams »

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‘The Odd Couple’ Paying Tribute To Garry Marshall With Actors From His Hit Shows

31 October 2016 9:28 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

The November 7 episode of CBS’ The Odd Couple will take a look back with a tribute to the original series’ co-creator Garry Marshall, who died in July. The episode will feature actors from his hit TV shows including Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and Don Most from Happy Days; Marshall's sister Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams from Laverne & Shirley; and Pam Dawber from Mork & Mindy, which made Robin Williams a star. In the 1978-79 season, those series claimed… »

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The Fades: celebrating BBC Three originals

18 February 2016 6:52 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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With great writing, a strong cast and a gripping story, Jack Thorne’s 2011 supernatural drama The Fades was one of the best…

According to former BBC Three controller Zai Bennett, fans of The Fades have themselves to blame for Jack Thorne’s superb fantasy drama not being recommissioned. We were too few and too old.

The BBC Three remit aimed to attract 16-34 year olds, Bennett explained at the 2012 Edinburgh International Television Festival. Because The Fades found more love among those with mortgages and middle-age spread than it did with fresh-faced teens and twenty-somethings, it didn’t fulfil that remit.

However much critical acclaim (plaudits from The Guardian, The Telegraph, some website called Den Of Geek) or however many awards (a Bafta for Best Drama, nominations for Best Writer, wins for Best Music and Digital Effects) The Fades received, the kids weren’t down so it had to go. »

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