Valentine’s Schmalentines

Valentine’s Schmalentines

A look at some of television's most tumultuous relationships.

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We sat down with the former Saturday Night Live music director to talk guest stars, guitars, & more!

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Celebrate Laverne & Shirley's 40th anniversary with Cindy Williams' and Penny Marshall's interviews!

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The comedian and "Bob and Ray" star passes away at age 92.

Reuben Cannon now online

Reuben Cannon's Interview Is Now Online!

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Judith Light Now Online

Judith Light's Interview Is Now Online!

The actress talks Transparent, Who's The Boss?, One Life to Live, and more!


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Brush up on the original X-Files as it returns for a six-episode miniseries!

Anthony Bourdain now online

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The chef/host talks A Cook's Tour, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, and Treme.

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Valentine’s Schmalentines: Television’s Volatile RelationshipsBlog post imageIn honor of Valentine’s Day, I figured I’d write about some of television’s famous relationships. But let’s face it, happily ever after is not all that interesting, especially when it’s in a series that is running 100+ episodes. To make it compelling...

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Omnibus: Mr. Lincoln

A tele-biography by renowned author, screenwriter, and film critic James Agee, Mr. Lincoln (1952) earned wide acclaim as the centerpiece of OMNIBUS' inaugural season. Starring: Royal Dano and Joanne Woodward.