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The Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World chap on his likes and loathes
First, a disclaimer: usually when I turn on the TV, its after a long day of work, and I need to watch something that doesnt challenge me too much. So Im a big fan of Diners, Drive-Ins And Dives. A chef called Guy Fieri visits different diners in small rural towns across the Us and makes a meal with the chef of that restaurant. I wouldnt say that its the most important, but I would say that its my favourite show in terms of relaxation. Plus I felt like Breaking Bad would have been too cliched.
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- Kate Hutchinson
While Miss America hasn’t bred any headline-stealing celebrities recently, beauty pageants were once a place where future stars got their start. Oprah was Miss Black Tennessee; Halle Berry was Miss Ohio. Vanessa Williams made it all the way to the top, nabbing the Miss America title in 1984.
With Miss America’s 88th annual pageant airing Sunday on ABC at 9 p.m. Et, EW took a look at the most famous Oscar winners and television icons who once won crowns and sashes:
Leachman represented Chicago in 1946’s Miss America pageant and, though she didn’t win the ultimate crown, »
- Ariana Bacle
Over 25 years after Married… With Children helped launch Fox into a major player in the network television arena, the Bundy family may finally see a return to TV.
Sony Pictures Television is shopping around a potential spinoff series for Children, with David Faustino returning as Bud Bundy, who would be the show’s main character, according to The Hollywood Reporter. E! News first reported the news. Faustino has remained busy since the original series, primarily in voice over work, including most recently on The Legend of Korra. Faustino did add fuel to the fire, but did not officially announce the project, »
- Jonathon Dornbush
The 'Boy Meets World' star is stepping behind the camera for the first time as a director to transform these lessons from the script onto the screen.
"Life's tough, get a helmet."
Any kid, teen, tween, or adult who had a television in the '90s can tell you that the above quote is a hilarious piece of advice from the cult series Boy Meets World. For more than seven years, Mr. Feeny taught Cory, Topanga, Shawn – and an entire generation watching from home – valuable life lessons that applied to life before Y2k.
Now in this age of iPhones, Internet, and an unbreakable connection to all things social media, a new show is looking to continue the wholesome legacy that Boy Meets World left behind: Girl Meets World star Ben Savage has stepped back into his childhood role of Cory Matthews to help teach a new generation of kids. Savage is stepping »
Not sure what to watch on TV this evening? Don't worry -- we've got you covered. Every day, we here at Moviefone will share our picks for shows we think are worth watching tonight. Be prepared! Here's what's on TV Friday, September 12:
Maya and Riley give a debate champion from another school a makeover in an all new episode of the hit "Boy Meets World" spinoff.
Not caught up? Watch "Girl Meets World" Now.
'Z Nation' (Syfy 10 p.m.)
If you're a zombie apocalypse fan, why not check out Syfy's original series as the network tries its hand at the popular genre.
'Real Time With Bill Maher' (HBO, 9 p.m.)
- Alana Altmann
Nostalgia seems to be the name of the game with TV networks as of late, with classic Fox series "Married... With Children" considering a spinoff of its own.
E! reports that a new "Married" series would focus on the character of Bud Bundy, played by David Faustino in the original show, and his own family. Faustino is reportedly on board for the reboot, and other original cast members may follow suit.
The former costars staged a reunion Tuesday when "Married" matriarch Katey Sagal received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, with Faustino, Ed O'Neill, and Christina Applegate all on hand to support Sagal. There, Applegate alluded to a possible on-screen Bundy reunion.
"We're going to do something with Dave maybe. I don't know if it will be in character," Applegate told E!. "But I don't really know. I don't know what that's going to be. I don't know »
- Katie Roberts
Are the Bundys making a comeback? TV reunions are all the rage right now, with Full House eyeing a revival, and Girl Meets World revitalizing the Boy Meets World franchise. But Could a Married...With Children reunion be next?! The stars of the iconic Fox comedy, which ran for 11 seasons, reunited on Tuesday to honor, Katey Sagal, who received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Yes, TV's most dysfunctional family—Al (Ed O'Neill) Peg (Sagal), Kelly (Christina Applegate) and Bud (David Faustino)—are still close all these years later. And at the event, Sagal, who currently stars on FX's hit drama Sons of Anarchy, told E! News that they've discussed staging a reunion since »
If you've heard the song, "All About That Bass," - even if it was Jimmy Fallon's classroom instruments version - chances are you're as obsessed with it as I am. It's the breakout hit from rising star Meghan Trainor, and it just overtook Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" as the No. 1 song on Billboard's Hot 100. The throwback beat super catchy and the lyrics are all about body acceptance and self-empowerment. Trainor is a young up-and-coming singer, and if you're curious about her, here are all the details on the talented budding diva! She's new to this. Trainor is only 20 years old, and this is her first single. Though she was signed to a label at 18, she's been primarily a songwriter for other artists. L.A. Reid was responsible for getting the track made. In an interview with Billboard, Trainor admitted that though she wrote the song over a year ago, »
Danielle Fishel's Normally, This Would Be Cause for Concern: Tales of Calamity and Unrelenting Awkwardness is surprisingly true to its title. The actress, best known for her role as Topanga in Boy Meets World (which she is currently reprising in the Disney spinoff Girl Meets World), has penned a collection of goofy young-adult anecdotes chronicling her journey from suburban SoCal to the height of '90s young Hollywood, largely punctuated by public pratfalls, shopping sprees gone wild and gay boyfriends, not to mention — *spoiler alert* — farting husbands. Here are five of the best (and sometimes painful) moments from
- Jessie Katz
Disney Channel, boosted by a pair of original movies and popular new comedy series “Girl Meets World,” has emerged as television’s most popular total-day network among kids — as well as cable’s most popular overall — for a third straight summer.
According to Nielsen estimates, “Girl Meets World” and “Sofia the First” stood as TV’s top two series among kids 2-11 (both with 2.1 million in the age group), and Disney Channel had the summer’s six highest-rated telecasts in the demo. In addition to “Girl” and “Sofia,” the top spots in the rankings include original movies “Zapped” from late June (3.95 million kids 2-11) and last month’s “How to Build a Better Boy” (3.13 million kids 2-11).
For the summer, Disney Channel edged out Nickelodeon in the kids 2-11 demo (822,000 vs. 804,000) while winning by larger margins in kids 6-11 (592,000 vs. 453,000) and tweens 9-14 (509,000 vs. 323,000). It was the network’s sixth straight No. »
- Rick Kissell
In the season opener, titled “Guess Who Gets Expelled?” and airing Friday, Sept. 26 at 9/8c, Tyler (played by Blake Michael) ropes high school freshman Avery (G. Hannelius) into his plan to pull off the ultimate senior prank, only to ultimately get them both ejected from school.
In the photos below (from a »
Stephen J. Cannell’s “The Greatest American Hero” is suiting up for a revival at Fox, a network that didn’t exist during the show’s initial run on ABC in 1981-83. The quirky action-comedy is one of a spate of classic-tv remakes percolating at the major networks.
Rodney Rothman (“22 Jump Street”) is penning the script for the new “Hero” and will exec produce with Phil Lord and Chris Miller for 20th Century Fox TV. Tawnia McKiernan, a busy TV director who is the daughter of Cannell, will exec produce along with Seth Cohen, head of TV for Lord and Miller’s 20th TV-based banner.
“Hero” had a bumpy run starting as a midseason entry for ABC in March 1981. But the show remains well-loved among TV buffs for its offbeat mix of comedy and fantasy. The original starred William Katt as a goofy high school teacher who has an alien »
- Cynthia Littleton
The Us actor returns as Cory Matthews in the sequel series Girl Meets World, which premieres in the UK tonight (August 29).
He said: "Throughout the years there had been talks about bringing the cast back for a reunion or a movie of the week special or some sort of skit on a talk show or something like that, but I don't think any of us really wanted to do it because I think we really wanted to protect the legacy of the show, and keep the memory alive.
"Personally I »
USA maintained its status as basic cable’s top summer network in key demos, but TNT emerged as the clear scripted leader — getting a boost from hot newcomer “The Last Ship.”
The Turner net, which aired an unprecedented nine original firstrun dramas at one point or another this summer, won the warm-weather period in total viewers, handing USA a rare setback by this measure. And it did it by ruling the original-series program rankings.
According to Nielsen preliminary “most current” summer estimates from May 26-Aug. 24, TNT could claim four of basic cable’s top 20 original series in adults 18-49 (“The Last Ship,” “Rizzoli & Isles,” “Falling Skies” and “Major Crimes”) — more than any other network and twice as many as it had last year. Bravo, Discovery, MTV and VH1 all had two apiece.
And the net was even more dominant in adults 25-54, with four of the top five scripted basic cable series, »
- Rick Kissell
90s nostalgia is running rampant, with The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story airing on Labor Day, Girl Meets World pulling in huge ratings for Disney, and a Full House reboot on the way. Now comes the Friends reunion we've all been waiting for, which happened last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.
Just like everyone else on the planet Jimmy Kimmel was a big fan of the show Friends. In fact he loved it so much that he wrote some Friends fan fiction and he managed to get Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow to act it out with him. Check it out.
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow have reunited over the years on their various tv series and projects, but this is the first time the trio has appeared on the Friends set since the final episode aired in May of 2004.
But where is Matt LeBlanc, »
In the first image, you’ve got Dove Cameron embracing… Dove Cameron, as Maddie and Liv, followed by solos of each sis (click to zoom). The cast photo then adds in Tenzing Norgay Trainor, Kali Rocha, Ben King and Joey Bragg, as the Rooneys get set to put on a show.
Related Phineas and Ferb Sets »
Perhaps it's the success of the Girl Meets World sequel to Boy Meets World, but there is now a Full House reboot in the works involving a lot of the original cast. If Full House does return to the airwaves, continuing the stories of the Tanner family, here are a five other beloved shows from the 90s that we hope producers, creators and stars are brainstorming new ideas for right now. »
At the heels of Girl Meets World success, we may see another classic 90s show return. Full House is reportedly to be the next show with a new revival in modern days on the cast lives. The show’s cast members minus the Olsen twins have expressed desire to do a new series. The show has been much talked about as a possible one with most of the cast jumping for mini reunions. If the reports do turn out to be true, fans can expect most of the original team coming back behind the scenes.
We love this concept. The show has always been a classic and since most of the cast is willing to join it, we do not see a reason for them not to. Especially if networks are showing interesting in investing in more classic series revivals. It would certainly bring back family TV shows and nobody can complain about that. »
- Sarah Peel
Original castmember John Stamos has an ownership stake in the series and is leading the way. Original executive producer Bob Boyett and creator Jeff Franklin (who's writing the new version) are also actively involved.
According to the report, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber are all on board, while Bob Saget and Dave Coulier are involved in some way. There's been no mention of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen taking part yet.
Castmember Lori Loughlin recently told E! she's skeptical of reunions. She said, »
Everywhere you look...there's another defunct Tgif series rising from the grave. Ok, well at least two. Hot on the heels of the Disney Channel's top-rated "Boy Meets World" sequel series "Girl Meets World," Warner Bros. Television is now eyeing a followup to the hit '80s and '90s sitcom "Full House" with original cast members John Stamos (Uncle Jesse), Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie), Andrea Barber (Kimmy), Bob Saget (Danny) and Dave Coulier (Joey) attached in some capacity. "Full House" creator Jeff Franklin is writing the new series, which would continue the saga of the the beloved Tanner family. Saget, Stamos and Coulier have been hinting at a "Full House" reunion as of late; the trio appeared on "Jimmy Fallon" dressed as their characters from the show back in January and also starred together in a Super Bowl ad for Dannon Oikos yogurt. Around »
- Chris Eggertsen
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