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STEPHEN COLBERT LOSES HALF OF HIS RATINGS SINCE DEBUT

CBS certainly is not panicking at this point, but David Letterman’s replacement, Stephen Colbert, has already lost half of his audience since his debut, and now runs behind ratings leader, Jimmy Fallon, every recent night. CBS and Colbert no doubt view this as a marathon rather than a real ratings finish race, but the trend […]

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PREDICTION: NEW CBS SHOW “LIFE IN PIECES” WILL FACE QUICK CANCELLATION

The new CBS dramedy, LIFE IN PIECES will likely face a quick cancellation for a number of reasons. Dramedy genre shows have never lasted long on any network with the exception of THE OFFICE, which came across as a parody of a workplace documentary film and did allow for some goofy moments. With the failure […]

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WRESTLER JIMMY ‘SUPERFLY’ SNUKA CHARGED WITH MURDER

Following some investigative journalism, a cold case from 32 years ago was reopened, where wrestling legend Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka ended up being charged in the murder of his then girlfriend. Back in 1983, Jimmy Snuka made a questionable report to police that his girlfriend, Nancy Argentino, had somehow hit her head on a highway when […]

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RUMOR: JOE BIDEN WILL ANNOUNCE FOR PRESIDENT ON STEPHEN COLBERT ON SEPT 10

A hot new rumor is that Vice President Joe Biden will announce his run for president on Stephen Colbert’s new CBS show on Sept 10. This follows a big schedule of appearances before Jewish leaders and other speech events for the vice president, as it appears that despite the emotionally draining effects of the death […]

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DANCING WITH THE STARS 2015 CAST INCLUDES BINDI IRWIN

Bindi Irwin, the 17 year old daughter of  the  late Steve Irwin, will join the 2015 cast of ABC’s smash hit celebrity dance competition show, DANCING WITH THE STARS. Just added was American French train incident hero, Alex Skarlatos. He will join the always controversial Gary Busey along with the controversial Paula Deen. Singer Chaka […]

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HOW THE BRADY BUNCH CAST AVOIDED A FATAL ACCIDENT

A potentially fatal accident involving THE BRADY BUNCH cast might have happened if actor Robert Reed had not noticed that something was wrong. During the filming of an episode called “THE CINCINNATI KIDS”,  the cast were to be filmed riding a roller coaster. A big heavy camera unit was supposed to be securely mounted on […]

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THE WAR OF THE WORLDS 1953 & EARLY COLOR TV: THE STRANGE STORY

The excellent 1953 science fiction movie, THE WAR OF THE WORLDS, and early color TV systems of the 1950’s have a very strange connection. The early electronic theories of the cathode ray tube that would transmit color, derived color by using three color guns, red, blue and green to create the rainbow of colors in […]

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JIMMY FALLON HOSPITALIZED AFTER BLOODY ACCIDENT

NBC’S very popular late night TV host of THE TONIGHT SHOW was hospitalized after a bloody accident in his NY apartment when he fell and nearly lost his ring finger. A repeat of his popular talk show will air after Jimmy Fallon recovers following surgery on his hand after he fell in his apartment and […]

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THE PETTICOAT JUNCTION CURSE?

The popular fun and light hearted rural CBS sitcom PETTICOAT JUNCTION aired seven seasons from 1963 to 1970, but sadly suffered from more deaths and cast changes due to deaths than virtually any TV show that can be found. The first tragic loss to the cast was in 1967 when comic actor Smiley Burnett who […]

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DAVID LETTERMAN WRAPS UP HIS LATE NIGHT CAREER

With a heartfelt goodbye to all of many millions of fans, David Letterman offered up a heartfelt goodbye to his fans. While he did not shed any tears, an emotional Letterman was very grateful to all who watched him during his 6,028 long TV episode career as a late night TV host between NBC and […]

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AMERICA’S GOT TALENTED”SCRIPTED” HINTS FORMER CONTESTANT

In a bombshell claim, a popular AMERICA’S GOT TALENT contestant who lost in the second round of competition claims NBC would not let him do his own levitation act and hinted instead  had to use a scripted act set up by the producers. Special Head who wowed over the audience with an incredible levitation stunt […]

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LAW & ORDER MAY RETURN AS A 10 EPISODE EXPERIMENTAL RUN

LAW & ORDER always seemed like too much of an institution to ever cancel . While the excellent police drama went through many cast changes, including the death of “Mr. LAW & ORDER”, the great stage actor Jerry Orbach, NBC as well as the producers eventually wound down the parent series of many LAW & […]

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DAVID LETTERMAN & JAMES CORDEN RUNNING WELL BEHIND NBC COMPETITION

The late night news over at CBS is not particularly good right now. David Letterman announced his guests for for his last 28 shows this week, as his ratings run third  behind both Jimmy Fallon on NBC as well as Jimmy Kimmel on ABC, and even worse, many viewers gave James Corden a chance, but […]

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UNDATEABLE IS UNWATCHABLE, ONE BIG HAPPY IS ONE BIG CRAPPY…

Elllen Degeneres may be a champion of daytime TV, but her production company is doing her no real favors with ONE BIG HAPPY which is only marginally better than the completely awful and unwatchable, UNDATEABLE. Welcome to the very worst of midseason replacements folks. Garbage shows nowhere good enough to be considered for the Fall […]

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Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING Jr. & STAR TREK

The late great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had a very surprising connection to the original STAR TREK TV series it seems. Actress Nichelle Nichols who played Communications Officer Lieutenant Uhura on the 1960’s Sci Fi classic considered leaving the show. But, by chance she got meet Dr. Martin Luther King, who told her what a […]

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