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This week on Monica the Medium, Monica’s dad and sisters visit her in San Diego, and Monica gets an unbelievable opportunity with her new friend, fellow medium James Van Praagh. In this exclusive clip from the episode, Monica gives a reading to sisters who have lost their mother. And after Monica mentions several specific items, the women believe that Monica’s messages confirm that their beloved mom has reached out from the other side. When I interviewed Monica before the start of this season, she revealed that this week’s event with James is “probably one of my favorite things that you’re … Continue reading →
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- Kellie Freeze
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You can't keep a good man down. In the wake of Mike & Molly's cancellation, star Billy Gardell is getting schooled. High-schooled, that is. The actor, who played Mike Biggs on CBS's cancelled Mike & Molly will appear in the second part of Girl Meets World's two-night season premiere, TV Line reports. His episode airs June 5, 2016 at 8:30pm Et, on Disney Channel. Part one of the third season premiere airs June 3rd.
According to the report, Gardell will play football coach Bobby Campagnola. The article also states Reginald VelJohnson (Family Matters' Carl Winslow) has been cast as a police officer in an upcoming episode of Girl Meets World. The Girl Meets World TV series cast includes Amir Mitchell-Townes, Peyton Meyer, Sabrina Carpenter, Cecilia Balagot, and Rowan Blanchard.
Here is Disney Channel's description for the »
Billy Gardell is heading back to high school for his first post-Mike & Molly role.
VideosExclusive Girl Meets World Premiere Clip: The Girls Face Their First High School Crisis
The artist formerly known as Mike Biggs will appear in the second part of Girl Meets World‘s two-night season premiere — June 5 at 8:30/7:30c on Disney Channel — as football coach Bobby Campagnola, TVLine has learned exclusively.
And Gardell isn’t the »
“I heard that even the best of friendships can come apart in high school,” Riley worries out loud in TVLine’s exclusive clip from the premiere. “But that couldn’t happen to us, right? … Promise me that no matter what happens, we will always stick together.”
Unfortunately, Riley and Maya quickly learn that »
Inspired by the 1987 Elisabeth Shue film, Disney’s upcoming TV movie — the 100th original flick for the cabler — stars Girl Meets World’s Sabrina Carpenter and Descendants‘ Sofia Carson as rival babysitters who must survive a disastrous night of kid-wrangling together.
RelatedDisney Channel to Air Every Original Movie Ever (!), From A to Zenon
The channel will air a 10-minute sneak peek at the movie on Friday, June 3; the full film will be available, »
If those titles mean anything to you, you’re going to want to read on.
In celebration of its 100th original movie — an upcoming reimagining of the 1987 comedy Adventures in Babysitting — Disney Channel will air every single one of its original flicks from May through June.
VideosAdventures in Babysitting Trailer: Disney Duo Has a Wild Night Out
The nostalgia trip will kick off Memorial Day Weekend, with a marathon of the 51 most popular DCOMs, and will continue throughout the next month with every other original film presented at various times. »
Guy guest-starred on this week’s episode of Disney Channel’s K.C. Undercover, which stars her A Different World scene partner Hardison as the title character’s secret-agent dad. As seen in the clip above, the former TV lovebirds were afforded an opportunity to wink at their previous association, if not also sport some trademark specs.
RelatedGirl Meets World Enlists »
[[tmz:video id="0_camnlubl"]] Jaleel White thinks Nike just blew it with Steph Curry ... saying mispronouncing the Mvp's name -- calling him someone from White's hit show "Family Matters"-- was a $14 Billion Mistake. We got White leaving Craig's in L.A. and asked him about the reports that Curry soured on the honchos at the swoosh when a Nike rep called him "Steph-on" instead of Stephen. Jaleel knows the name ... it was the same moniker he used playing »
- TMZ Staff
Carl Winslow is back on the force. (Well, sort of.)
Though he won’t be acting as his Family Matters character, VelJohnson will once again be playing a cop — a position for which he’s more than qualified, having practically made a career out of portraying an officer of the law. (Just watch Die Hard, Die Hard 2 and Ghostbusters for proof of that. »
Get ready for a Tgif reunion on Girl Meets World. Family Matters star Reginald VelJohnson, Carl Winslow himself, will guest star on the Disney Channel series. "We were thrilled he joined us on-set this week," Ben Savage told E! News in an exclusive statement. "Having him here, felt like stepping back into my childhood. He's a terrific actor and such a nice guy." VelJohnson played the father of the Winslow clan for nine seasons, eight on ABC and one on CBS. Family Matters and Boy Meets World, which starred Savage and is the predecessor of Girl Meets World, were in the Tgif block together for five seasons. In addition to Family Matters and soon Girl Meets World, VelJohnson's other TV »
Family matters to “Gotham’s” Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor), and after losing his beloved mother earlier this season, the seemingly reformed crime lord is more desperate for connection than ever. Thankfully, he may have found it again thanks to last week’s introduction of Elijah Van Dahl (Paul Reubens) — Penguin’s long-lost father.
Elijah welcomed his wayward son into the fold with open arms and no questions asked, but in episode 16 of Season 2, titled “Prisoners,” it appears that the rest of Penguin’s newfound family might not be so accommodating. In Variety‘s exclusive sneak peek from the March 28 episode, we see that Oswald’s stepmother Grace (Melinda Clarke) and his siblings Charles (Justin Mark) and Sasha (Kaley Ronayne) have made a startling discovery that raises some questions about their new house guest and his checkered past. Since everyone in Gotham City has their own agenda, it seems safe »
- Laura Prudom
In the late Eighties/early Nineties, two essential ingredients for a popular sitcom were a peppy theme song and stilted title credits where characters stare at the camera. With "Tgif" nostalgia in full bloom thanks to Netflix's Fuller House revival, The Tonight Show created their own hilarious intro sequence with help from Jesse Frederick, who wrote and performed the themes to Full House, Step By Step and Family Matters.
"You don't have to travel far / He can make you happy, wherever you are," the musician sings of the host over »
Can something be nostalgic if it's new? The Tonight Show debuted a new introductory theme song Thursday night just in time for—you guessed it—Tgif! Even though ABC's signature programming lineup no longer exists, Jimmy Fallon teamed up with Jesse Frederick, the singer of theme songs to hit shows such as Family Matters, Full House and Step by Step, to receive his very own '90s-style intro. If we didn't know any better, we would think The Tonight Show was a sitcom straight out of that era. The show's update features is a combination of all three former hit series, including all of the cast members participating in activities only to stop and smile for the camera—say »
What better way to get excited for the weekend than with a happy song from Jimmy Fallon? The late-night host kicked off Thursday’s episode of “The Tonight Show” with jaunty Tgif-style opening credits featuring an original theme song written and performed by Jesse Frederick, who sang the themes to “Full House,” “Family Matters” and “Step by Step.” Just like the classic sitcoms, the cheerful tune was accompanied by lots of smiling shots of Fallon, Steve Higgins, Questlove and the rest of the Roots — one whom was reading a magazine titled “Bong Fancy.” Also Read: Jimmy Fallon Impersonates Donald Trump Again to Praise 'Mega-Me' Chris. »
- Debbie Emery
Ever since Jimmy Fallon mentioned earlier in the week that The Tonight Show would be getting a Tgif theme song and credits, I could not wait to see the final product! Face it, 90s nostalgia is never going away. You could say the dream of the 90s isn’t only alive in Portland anymore. Jesse Frederick is the writer and performer behind such Tgif classic sitcom theme songs as Full House, Step By Step, Family Matters and Perfect Strangers. He was tapped to write a custom song for The Tonight Show and naturally an opening credit sequence was also filmed to
The Tonight Show Gets Tgif Treatment »
- Jen Winkler
"Hey, what other old shows could we bring back?" That's a question being asked all over Hollywood, now that Fuller House worked America up into a nostalgia frenzy. A little credit is due to the Disney Channel's Girl Meets World, which proved that these old shows could benefit from being bumped into the modern era and given a new generation of kids who need to learn life lessons. It's well into its reboot season, but right now Fuller House is the revival show that's generated buzz, press and more than a few conversations about pop culture nostalgia. If this »
- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie
[[tmz:video id="0_cwqyii1k"]] "Family Matters" star Darius McCrary is no Steve Urkel on the hoop court ... so says his wife (who happens to be a former Harlem Globetrotter) Tammy Brawner who says she Kicks His Butt at basketball. Brawner took a break from the Basketball Beauties celebrity game to talk to us ... and when we asked how her husband does against her on the basketball court she kept it real ... maybe too real. Check out the clip -- »
- TMZ Staff
We could have called the Veronica Mars movie. We could have guessed that Twin Peaks would get a reprieve from cancellation. And it made sense that The X-Files would get a follow-up series. But Full House? All these years later? This is one we didn't see coming. We got eight seasons and 192 episodes detailing the life lessons learned by Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), his three daughters and all the other people who came through the beautiful San Francisco Victorian they called home. And yet we're getting more in the form of Fuller House - this Friday, in fact, in true Tgif style. »
- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie
Plenty of people call themselves Full House fans, but how much trivia do you know about the people and the stories behind the hit '90s show? Well, now is the perfect time to test your knowledge, because over the past few months, we've been collecting details about the Full House reboot, Fuller House, prompting all kinds of nostalgia. To celebrate the new show, which premieres on Feb. 26, take a look at 33 things you may not know about your favorite '90s series. The Show The show was originally going to be called House of Comics, and it was set to follow three comics who lived together. Family sitcoms were so popular at the time, though, that the show's creator, Jeff Franklin, decided to shift the theme. The theme song was cowritten and performed by Jesse Frederick, who was also behind the theme songs for Family Matters, Step by Step, »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Back in June 2014, Sony Pictures announced it was teaming up with the Sega Sammy Group to produce a live-action/CGI hybrid movie based on the beloved video game Sonic the Hedgehog. At the time, no release date was announced, and we haven't heard anything about this movie project since then. But thanks to a new interview, we now know the project is still on track. The World Folio recently spoke with Sega Sammy Group CEO Hajime Satomi, who confirmed that the Sonic the Hedgehog movie is being planned for a 2018 release date.
"Sega Sammy Group is currently planning with Sony Pictures to create a live-action and animation hybrid Sonic the Hedgehog movie scheduled for release in 2018. Like with this CG animation production, we would like to expand our business into other entertainment areas beyond what we are currently involved."
No director is attached yet, but last year's announcement revealed that »
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