4 items from 2016
So many shows on the Top 100 list got axed before their time, from Deadwood to My So-Called Life, from Freaks and Geeks to Party Down. These also could have been contenders, had they a little more time to find the audience. We present the best of the gone-too-soon bunch that didn't make our list.
Josh Whedon goes into outer space with the crew of the Serenity in the year 2517, starring Nathan Fillion as the rebel captain. Fifteen years after Fox cut the Serenity loose, the Firefly fanbase keeps growing »
Oh, how sweet it is to listen to and watch Jared Leto taking a stroll down memory lane. I sat down with the Oscar winner in NYC on Sunday to talk about his new flick Suicide Squad. We also had some fun chatting about some of his first times. Leto recalled his first foray into the acting business. "One of my first auditions was for one line in Star Trek, just one line in Star Trek: The New Generation," the 44-year-old actor remembered. "Great show, but I was terrible and I definitely did not get the part. I remember going up for Wkrp in Cincinnati...They tried to remake the show. Definitely didn't get the part. I remember being so bad, just being so embarrassed reading. How can you be so »
Freeks and Geeks: The Complete Series
The modern classic, Freaks and Geeks, arrives on Blu-ray at last! Set in 1980 at the fictional McKinley High in Detroit, Freaks and Geeks focused on two groups of outsiders: the stoners, tough kids and bad girls; and the brains, nerds and squares. Although this Emmy award-winning series ran for only one season, it has remained a cult favorite and a benchmark of quality television.
Sure, if you have a Netflix account, you can stream all the episodes of Freaks and Geeks as part of your monthly subscription, thus saving yourself the price of this set, but as its name implies, Shout! Factory’s Freaks and Geeks Complete Series Blu-ray Collector’s Edition is for hardcore fans of the series. »
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The Wheelers’ family tree is looking to a small-screen legend for its next branch.
Loni Anderson (Wkrp in Cincinnati) will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Freeform’s Baby Daddy as Bonnie’s mother, TVLine has learned exclusively. And in the case of Bonnie and Nana Lyle, it sounds like the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
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4 items from 2016
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