Christmas Episodes: The Tradition Continues

December 9th, 2016
Florence Henderson

With the rapidly changing television landscape, we’re finding that some long-time traditions seem to be remaining in place, for the time being. Each September a spate of new series debut; each October a large number of those are cancelled.

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Tears, Dreams, and Blank Screens: A Brief History of the Series Finale

April 28th, 2016
Leave It To Beaver

Lucy accidently destroys a newly sculpted Revolutionary War statue in the town square. A grenade temporarily blinds Eliot Ness. Perry Mason successfully defends an eccentric actress in a murder case. These describe three episodes of the most successful shows of the ‘50s and ‘60s. What do they all have in common? They’re all the final episodes of their respective series.

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Being Julia (Louis-Dreyfus)

August 5th, 2014

She's the reason the phrase "dance like Elaine" means something amazingly horrifying and hilarious. She's a seasoned improv actor, plus a pro at scripted series. And she's a four-time Emmy winner.

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The Seinfeld Chronicles: No Elaine, No Gain

July 5th, 2014

So Jerry Seinfeld's manager George Shapiro has some talks with NBC. Then Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David chat about what they'd do if they had a TV show.

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