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I’m sure that everyone says this about their city, but there’s just nothing quite like living in Madison. And that’s not just local pride talking, either. Madison is constantly ranked at or near the top of the list when it comes to The Best Places To Live In the Us.
Why? The real question is why would you even ask that? Bucky Badger, Babcock ice cream, Concerts on the Square, Olbrich Gardens, The Onion, the bike paths, the festivals, the insane abundance of craft beer and bars! But hey, you don’t need the full list of why Madison is so special because you live that list every damn day as a proud Madisonian.
Still, despite the overall amazingness that is Madison, Wisconsin, it’s not entirely perfect. (It’s just so damn near perfect that we can easily overlook any small issues the city may have. »
- Jacob Trowbridge
If you had any doubt about Uncle Joey being a part of Fuller House, go ahead and cut… it… out!
The news came via Coulier’s Instagram account:
In case you’re curious, Mark Cendrowski — the guy in the photo with Coulier — directed Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen in four episodes of So Little Time, and he’s helmed 159 out of 183 episodes of The Big Bang Theory.
Related Olsen Twins ‘Shocked,’ Caught Off Guard By Full House Revival
Have we collectively time-traveled back to the ’90s? Because the Olsen twins are suddenly everywhere.
On the heels of Netflix’s Full House revival becoming a reality, Nickelodeon announced Thursday that it has acquired Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s library of series, TV movies and music video specials.
Among the titles acquired are The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley, You’re Invited to Mary-Kate & Ashley’s, So Little Time, Mary-Kate and Ashley In Action!, Fashion Forward, Our Lips Are Sealed, Winning London, Holiday in the Sun, When in Rome, »
The Olsen twins are coming back to TV...but not in Netflix's Full House revival, Fuller House. Yet. Nickelodeon announced on Thursday that they have acquired a decades-worth of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's series, TV movies and specials to air on the network, beginning with their ABC Family series, So Little Time, on Monday, April 27. So basically, our childhood dream of the Olsens having their own TV network is coming true. What a time to be a child of the '90s-early aughts! "Mary-Kate and I are excited to announce our video library will be available to the Nickelodeon community," Ashley (the cute one), said in a statement, while Mary-Kate (also the cute one) added, "Nickelodeon has been at »
You're invited... to Nickelodeon! After years off the air, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are returning to TV screens beginning next week. Nickelodeon announced on Thursday, April 23, that the network bought the Olsen twins' video library, which includes decades of work. The 28-year-old former child stars will make their debut on Nick on Monday, April 27, with the airing of So Little Time, their Fox Family sitcom from the early 2000s. The series, which starred Mary-Kate and Ashley as sisters Riley and Chloe Carlson, respectively, will air on [...] »
Nickelodeon has acquired the rights to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s library of movies and series from the ’90s and early 2000s, which will begin to air this month, Variety has learned.
The kids’ cable network will be bringing four of the Olsen twins’ series, seven TV movies and two music video specials from 1994-2003 to a new generation of viewers, rolling out titles over the year.
“Mary-Kate and I are excited to announce our video library will be available to the Nickelodeon community,” said Ashley Olsen. Her sister added, “Nickelodeon has been at the forefront of kids entertainment for decades. We believe this is the perfect home for our library.”
Following “So Little Time,” Nickelodeon will dive back into the Olsen’s archives, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Nickelodeon has acquired four series, seven TV movies and two music video specials starring TV and style mavens Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Comedy series So Little Time will be the first to debut on Monday, April 27 at 7:30 Pm, with episodes airing every weekday. Following the linear launch, the Olsens' catalogue will continue to roll out across Nick’s screens later this year. The titles span from 1994-2003 and include the animated series Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action!;… »
The world lost two famous supporting screen talents this weekend. Firstly, comedian and famed character actor Taylor Negron died at the age of 57 after a long battle with cancer. You may not recognise the name, but his deadpan delivery and complete lack of fear about tackling all sorts of topics will long be remembered.
Negron is best known for numerous bit roles in various films and TV shows including "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," "The Last Boy Scout," "Easy Money," "River's Edge," "Punchline," "Angels in the Outfield," "Spy Hard," "Bio-Dome," Chairman of the Board," "The Thin Pink Line," "Stuart Little," "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas ," "The In Crowd," "Loser," "The Hughleys," "So Little Time," "Funky Monkey," "The Aristocrats," "Three Days to Vegas," "Vamps" and more.
Sadly he isn't the only one to have passed on though as screen actress Anita Ekberg also died over the weekend at the age »
- Garth Franklin
8 items from 2015
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