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TV Rewind: The 9 Shows That Defined 1990, From ‘Twin Peaks’ to ‘Wings’

14 June 2017 1:04 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The year 1990 was the beginning of a new decade that just had survived the neon excesses of the ’80s. This fresh start was seen in the world at large with the reunification of Germany, the unification of Yemen, the release of Nelson Mandela and the resignation of Margaret Thatcher as the U.K.’s prime minister.

It was also the fledgling days of the internet, when the first web server was created, providing a foundation for the World Wide Web as we know it.

Read More: ‘Animaniacs’ Reboot Being Developed by Steven Spielberg, Amblin TV and Warner Bros. — Exclusive

Over on television, “Saturday Night Live” welcomed the new talents of Chris Farley, Tim Meadows, Chris Rock, Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider and Julia Sweeney.

The year also marked the end of an era for shows like “Alf,” “227,” “Newhart,” primetime soap “Falcon Crest,” Nickelodeon’s slime purveyor “You Can’t Do That on Television, »

- Hanh Nguyen

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TV Rewind: The 9 Shows That Defined 1990, From ‘Twin Peaks’ to ‘Wings’

14 June 2017 1:04 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The year 1990 was the beginning of a new decade that just had survived the neon excesses of the ’80s. This fresh start was seen in the world at large with the reunification of Germany, the unification of Yemen, the release of Nelson Mandela and the resignation of Margaret Thatcher as the U.K.’s prime minister.

It was also the fledgling days of the internet, when the first web server was created, providing a foundation for the World Wide Web as we know it.

Read More: ‘Animaniacs’ Reboot Being Developed by Steven Spielberg, Amblin TV and Warner Bros. — Exclusive

Over on television, “Saturday Night Live” welcomed the new talents of Chris Farley, Tim Meadows, Chris Rock, Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider and Julia Sweeney.

The year also marked the end of an era for shows like “Alf,” “227,” “Newhart,” primetime soap “Falcon Crest,” Nickelodeon’s slime purveyor “You Can’t Do That on Television, »

- Hanh Nguyen

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TV Executive Michael Ogiens Dies at 69

30 May 2017 4:21 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Michael Ogiens, a longtime CBS programming head and exec producer of TNT’s “The Lazarus Man,” died in his sleep on May 25. He was 69.

Ogiens began his executive career with CBS in Los Angeles, where he was born, and went on to spend 14 years with the company. As the VP of daytime programs, Ogiens was in charge of production on games and soaps such as “The Price Is Right’ and “The Young and The Restless.”

After a promotion to VP of daytime and children’s programming, Ogiens’ career gained traction and he soon made the change to vice president of programs and the primetime slot. In this role, Ogiens was integral in reigniting east coast production in New York. This effort included shows such as 1984 comedies “Kate and Allie,” “Charles in Charge,” and 1985 drama “Foley Square.” Ogiens also presided over the development of the shows “My Sister Sam” and “Designing Women” after he relocated back to Los »

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Scott Baio Slams Controversy Over His Remarks About Erin Moran's Death: 'Stop Assuming the Worse In Me'

25 April 2017 5:40 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Scott Baio is on the defensive about the controversial statements he made following the death of his Happy Days co-star Erin Moran earlier this week.

Moran died on Saturday at the age of 56. Officials tell Et that her death was likely due to complications from Stage 4 cancer.

Watch: 'Happy Days' Star Erin Moran Dies at 56

However, before the actress' cause of death had been announced, Baio appeared on The Bernie & Sid Show, where he insinuated that the actress died as a result of past substance abuse issues.

"For me, you do drugs or drink, you're gonna die," Baio said during the radio interview. "I'm sorry if that's cold, but God gave you a brain, gave you the will to live and thrive and you gotta take care of yourself."

Baio immediately took heat for his comments, especially after the news of Moran's cancer battle came to light.

Watch: 'Happy Days' Actress Erin Moran Likely »

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Trevor Noah and Scott Baio are in a Feud over Nordstrom Joke

15 February 2017 3:17 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

I never thought that in the year 2017 I’d be putting Scott Baio on the title of any article having to do with the present.  However, this is Scott Baio’s own fault.  After Baio announced he was dropping Nordstrom due to the company dropping Ivanka Trump’s fashion line, Trevor Noah decided to poke fun at the former Charles in Charge actor. On Monday, Daily Show host Trevor Noah used his Twitter account to respond to a story about actor Scott Baio joining the #BoycottNordstrom campaign protesting the department-store chain dropping Ivanka Trump’s fashion line, with the joke “That (expletive) for

Trevor Noah and Scott Baio are in a Feud over Nordstrom Joke »

- Nat Berman

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Scott Baio to Liberals Scared of Trump’s Presidency: ‘Grow Up’

17 January 2017 10:40 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Scott Baio doesn’t have much sympathy for Hollywood liberals horrified by the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency.

“Grow up,” he says.

“I was nervous for eight years with Obama. I had to suck it up and deal with it. Do the same, and maybe your country will be a better place than it was.”

Jake Chessum for Variety

The “Charles in Charge” and “Happy Days” star is part of a small but vocal band of entertainment-industry conservatives. While most actors threw their support behind Hillary Clinton, Baio was an enthusiastic Trump surrogate, tweeting about the candidate and speaking on his behalf at the Republican National Convention.

“He’s a fighter, and he won’t let anything slide,” says Baio. “So many Republican nominees always feel like they want to stay above the fray, and they get maligned and crushed with negative publicity, and they don’t do anything about it. »

- Brent Lang

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