The Beatles on “Ed Sullivan”: A Really Big Show
On February 9, 1964, Beatlemania took the U.S. by storm—that's the night the Beatles played for the first time on the top-rated The Ed Sullivan Show. Here's a look at that iconic episode, which aired 50 years ago this week. The Ed Sullivan Show wa...
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But What’s On After the Super Bowl?
After spending six hours on the pregame, the game, and the postgame, what’s the best way to unwind after a long day of watching TV? Watching more TV!
• In the early years of the Super Bowl, the game was played and broadcast earlier in the day, no...
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Life Imitates Art: ‘Breaking Bad’ Edition
Breaking Bad ended its critically-acclaimed run in September, but it keeps making the news…in some very unlikely ways.
In September, Breaking Bad costar Aaron Paul (he portrayed Jesse Pinkman) held an online raffle to raise money for his wife's ant...
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Happy 160th Birthday, Sherlock Holmes
Okay, we know he’s not real. But according to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s books, Sherlock Holmes was born on January 6, 1854. Celebrate the day (and look forward to season 3 of Sherlock) with these not-so-elementary Sherlock Holmes facts.
• Have y...
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Famous TV Sign-Offs
To mark the release of Anchorman 2, here is a look back at famous anchormen and their signature "sign-off." You stay classy, BRI Fans. “Good night, and good luck.” Possibly the most famous sign-off in TV history, this phrase was coined by 1950s ...
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