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9 Cult Films That Deserve a Television Prequel Series

31 July 2015 8:04 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: How 'Wet Hot American Summer' Creators David Wain and Michael Showalter Got the 'Camp' Back Together "Airplane!" (Jim Abraham, David Zucker and Jerry Zucker, 1980)Office-set high jinks have long made for excellent television show fodder -- from "Night Court" to "Taxi," "The Office" to "Cheers," the landscape has always been vast and chockfull of possibilities -- and a fresh television take on "Airplane!" could easily take off using that kind of framework. The original Zaz feature film made generous use of flashbacks (including literally haunting disco melodies) and frequently alluded to pre-existing relationships, so while it may sound a little silly (fine, even surely silly) to claim that the film has a rich universe of information to pull from, the signs are there. Just imagine the possibilities: a Mash-like treatment of Ted Striker's time in the war, a goofy workplace sitcom about whatever the hell happens »

- Indiewire

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Paul Raley, ‘SNL’ Writer, ‘Grace Under Fire’ Producer, Dies at 71

10 June 2015 4:11 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Longtime comedian Paul Raley, who served as a writer for “Saturday Night Live” and executive story editor-producer for Brett Butler sitcom “Grace Under Fire,” died Saturday in Los Angeles, after suffering declining health in recent years. He was 71.

In the 1960s he left a career in advertising to write for David Letterman’s three-month daytime show before the host led latenight at NBC. In 1978 Raley moved to Los Angeles, where he performed standup and eventually became head writer for “D.C. Follies,” was a writer for “Saturday Night Live” and executive story editor-producer for “Grace Under Fire.” He also wrote a couple of episodes of “Night Court.”

Raley, a native of Pittsburgh, graduated from Duquesne University and started his career at Grey Advertising in New York City.

He is survived by his sister, Cathy Quinan.

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- Mannie Holmes

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Lol: Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ Gets ‘Law & Order’ and ‘Night Court’ Credits Sequences

27 May 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Everyone loves binge-watching shows on Netflix. But the problem with watching an entire season of any show in a week or two is that the window for people to talk about that show comes and goes very quickly. For example, even though Netflix premiered the new Marvel Studios series Daredevil just last month, no one […]

The post Lol: Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ Gets ‘Law & Order’ and ‘Night Court’ Credits Sequences appeared first on /Film. »

- Ethan Anderton

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John Larroquette -- Alleged Crash Victim Cries Owww ... His Insurance Co. Is Screwing Me

26 April 2015 12:50 AM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

"Night Court" star John Larroquette was involved in a brutal car accident that severely injured a reality TV star, who claims he can't get no satisfaction ... from John or his insurance company.  The alleged victim is Joe Meinwieser -- a tattoo artist on Oxygen's "Tattoos After Dark" -- and his list of injuries are horrific: broken ribs, fractured spine, fractured hand, and loss of half his kidney. Meinwieser claims Larroquette made an illegal turn out of a Venice, »

- TMZ Staff

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It’s Opening Week: Best Baseball Movies

6 April 2015 6:44 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Is this heaven? Nope, it’s Opening Week.

Recently Mlb rounded up a group of players to recite, word for word, James Earl Jones’ famous “people will come, Ray” speech from Field Of Dreams.

Wamg declares America’s national pastime, Baseball, to be the official sport of movie fans everywhere. As Brad Pitt said in Moneyball, “How can you not be romantic about Baseball?”

It all started Sunday night with the Cardinals at the Cubs with St. Louis winning 3 to 0.

To celebrate the first pitch of Opening Week, here’s our list of the best Baseball movies.

The Rookie

One of the best baseball biopics to come along over the years, The Rookie, starring Dennis Quaid, tells the true story of Jim Morris, a man who finally gets a shot at his lifelong dream-pitching in the big leagues. A high school science teacher/baseball coach, Morris’ players make a bet with him:if they win district, »

- Movie Geeks

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What was the best network comedy bloc ever?

25 February 2015 11:26 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

In the wake of the "Parks and Recreation" finale, a Twitter follower asked me if the period when NBC had "Parks," "Community," "The Office" and "30 Rock" on the same night was the best comedy bloc ever. I replied that at least two other very strong alternatives immediately came to mind: NBC Thursdays for a few seasons in the mid-'80s with "The Cosby Show," "Family Ties," "Cheers" and "Night Court" (a night that also had "Hill Street Blues," and is therefore frontrunner for Best Overall Night of Network Programming Ever), and CBS Saturdays in the 1973-74 season with "All in the Family," "M*A*S*H," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "The Bob Newhart Show." Call it, friendos: is one of those the best of all time? Is there another bloc — and all four comedies have to be great, as opposed to what "NewsRadio" creator Paul Simms once dubbed »

- Alan Sepinwall

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TNT Gives The Librarians Another Season

14 February 2015 7:48 AM, PST | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

TNT’s The Librarians shot out of the gates, and how could it not, and the network has finally announced a renewal.

Considering the numbers, this isn’t exactly a surprise. According to their own statement, it was the #2 basic cable show of the year, so bringing it back probably isn’t anything that fans were worried about… except that it kept not happening.

It isn’t actually a long time since the first season ended, but by today’s standards, it has been a bit of an odd wait. The delay is perhaps a hint at some behind-the-scenes uncertainty over contracts and schedules, especially in the case of Noah Wyle, who both is and isn’t a regular feature of the show, and who has other shows to do.

At any rate, you can rest easy. And, look for your chance to catch the show, if you haven’t already, »

- Marc Eastman

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