Do you have any fond childhood memories associated with classic television shows like The Three Stooges, Little House on the Prairie or Love Boat? If the answer to that question is an enthusiastic "Yes!" then you'll want to take a walk down memory lane with this series, called Abandoned Televisions, by Alex Beker. The Miami-based graphic… Continue
Fox and ABC Network censors have refused to air this commercial deeming it "too sexual" and "showing too much cleavage". Yes, these are the same conservative networks who air the Victoria's Secret "fashion show" and Desperate Housewives. What the heck? I can't figure this one out. Is it because the model is full figured? Is it because she has self confidence? What kind of a weird double standard is this? Here's the story directly from Lane Bryant's website:… Continue
If you're one of those people who's eager to learn more about animals and nature, you'll be thrilled to know that Nat Geo is launching a dedicated wildlife channel today. In both standard and high definition, Nat Geo Wild will traverse the globe to bring us the most extraordinary stories of our natural world in compelling and visually dynamic ways. They've created… Continue
Added by alice on March 29, 2010 at 12:30pm —
Anyone who has watched an episode of The Big Bang Theory or Two-and-a-Half Men has seen the message flashed quickly on the screen at the end. These messages appear at the end of every episode of shows produced by Chuck Lorre. In addition to these two shows he also produced Dharma and Greg, Cybill, and Grace Under Fire. All of them had these messages called Vanity Cards. They are written by Chuck himself. They… Continue
Added by Mark Huckabee on September 22, 2009 at 9:05am —
Set your DVRs! Oprah's going back to the '60s on Monday, inspired by AMC's Mad Men series. The episode will feature a blast-from-the-past '60s themed set, a studio audience decked out in their best '60s costumes, appearances by Mad Men stars Jon Hamm and January Jones, and a performance by the Jersey Boys.
The best part? Oprah unveils what would have been her… Continue
Added by alice on September 18, 2009 at 8:30am —
This commercial for Hovis titled Go on Lad just won Best Television Commercial of the Year from the British Television Advertising Awards. It takes you through 122 years of British history and is an example of nostalgic advertising that's been sweeping the airwaves.
Neighbors of "Slumdog Millionaire" child actor Mohammed Azharuddin cheering as they watch the Oscars in Mumbai.
After weeks of controversy, India basked in the glory of Slumdog's eight Oscars, the most of any movie this year, including the top prize of best motion picture. As one news anchor said, "What a day it has been for India!" The feel good movie touched… Continue
Tonight I present to you a super gorgeous photo shoot of teen queen Blake Lively in this month's Vogue. Each week Blake and Leighton light up the small screen with their out-of-this-world designer outfits that would make Kelly from 90210 look like she's wearing rags from K-Mart's sale rack.
Now in its second season, Gossip Girl will go down in… Continue
Um, wow. A person attending at a press conference in Iraqi given by President George W. Bush as a television reporter throws two shoes (yes plural) at our president (he dodges them). This happened during W's unannounced visit to Iraq to host the ceremonial signing of the big agreement. According to MSNBC, the sole of the shoe, and, presumably, the throwing thereof, is considered "an insult" in the Arabic culture. No kidding.