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Up for a little scare? On Monday, CBS All Access renewed the new version of The Twilight Zone for a second season. Never far from a trend, Netflix has recently premiered a whole tomb full of scary shows including one launched just last Friday: Chambers. It stars Uma Thurman and Tony Goldwyn and it is

Ken Kercheval was one of two actors — the other being Larry Hagman — who starred on the entire run of the TV hit of the ’80s, Dallas (1978 – 1991). The Indiana native played Cliff Barnes, the not-so-nice guy who always seemed to get outfoxed at the last minute by the prime time soap’s

Back in the ’60s, network TV shows would hatch any scheme in order to grab a little promotional attention. Here’s an eggs-ample from The Dick Van Dyke Show, as posted on the late Rose Marie’s Twitter account (now maintained by her daughter, “Noopy”): Buddy and Sally dabbing some easter egg paint on Mel Cooley’s bald

Broadcast network TV has had more obituaries lately than the cast of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. All the action is over on streaming, we are told, as Apple, Disney, Warners and others ramp up their VOD launches in a “Winter is Coming” battle to the death with Netflix, Amazon and others. Reports on the

Georgette Franklin: Why do people always send flowers when someone passes on? Sue Anne Nivens: What would you suggest dear — fruit? Georgia Engel, the soft-spoken actress best known for playing innocent Georgette on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, died April 12 of undisclosed causes. Nominated for five Emmy Awards for her work on both

If you follow @CBC_archives on Twitter, you may have noticed a post Wednesday about a “Giant” milestone in Canadian television: Bob Homme was born 100 years ago this month. Homme, for those too young to remember, was for a quarter of a century The Friendly Giant. His simple, 15 minute series aired mid-mornings from the

Do you follow God on Twitter? On Wednesday, @TheTweetofGod tweeted: “Please remember to phrase your prayers in the form of a question.” God, and many, many others judging by the outpouring on social media, was thinking of Alex Trebek. As seen above, the 78-year-old Sudbury native chose another social media option — YouTube — to

On a day when many are celebrating John Candy — 25 years after his death — comes word that Luke Perry has succumbed to the massive stroke he suffered late last week. The Beverly Hills, 90210 and Riverdale actor was 52. Candy was just 43 when he died. He passed away in 1994 on SCTV