Monthly Archives: April 2012

Happy Anniversary, Fox!

Has it really been 25 years? Last night, after encore presentations of the pilot episode of Married… with Children and The Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire, the FOX network aired a special presentation looking back at 25 groundbreaking years … Continue reading

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“So Long”, Dick Clark

A very sad and heartbreaking day for the entertainment industry, as television producer, creator, mogul, and host, Dick Clark has passed away today at the age of 82.

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DVD REVIEW: As The World Turns – 20 Classic Episodes

Fans were devastated when CBS announced that in September 2010, As The World Turns would no longer be airing weekday afternoons and would meet the same fate as its companion soap, Guiding Light did in 2009. However, a little over … Continue reading

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March Madness: It’s Not Just For Sports Anymore

This interview with David Simon, best known for creating the HBO series The Wire, shows that he clearly isn’t a big fan of people analyzing his show.

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Single Camera vs. Multi Camera: A Debate

The current sitcom debate of multi-cam vs. single cam is an interesting one to me.This is because you have people who nowadays avoid any sitcom, say, Monday nights on CBS, simply and solely because it has a laugh track/studio audience, … Continue reading

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