90s

"Party Of Five" Is Coming Back With A Political Twist

Everybody wants to live, Like they wanna live and everybody wants to love, Like they wanna love,And everybody wants to be...closer to free.You know this song. You love this song. Party of Five's theme song holds up as one of the greatest of the 90s, but the lyrics could soon have a different meaning once the reboot happens. Columbia PicturesYes, you heard that right. The iconic show about five siblings who are left to fend for themselves after their parents are killed by a drunk driver is coming back to television, but not in the way you

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7 Facts About The First 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Movie That Are Either Madness, Or Brilliance

It is almost impossible to imagine that the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie came out 15 years ago. The film was a smash hit, and fans across the seven seas began brushing up on their pirate lingo until we were all savvy with it!The story of cursed pirate treasure and the charismatic Captain Jack Sparrow led to a stunning success in the box office, and four sequels to date! But how much do you really know about the legendary pilot that started it all?Check out these 7 facts about the Curse of the Black Pearl, or walk

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6 Things All Girls Who Were Obsessed With Horses Loved

If you were a horse lover when you were young, these were staple items in your childhood:1. HeartlandHeartland books were the absolute best, and it was even better when they turned it into a show. It was good when it started, and it is good now. We all desperately wanted to live on a horse ranch in Virginia like Amy.  Also, for anyone who doesn't know, Heartland is on Netflix!EquiPeper2. Seabiscuit If this movie didn't make you want to go find Seabiscuit and make him your own, you're probably not a horse lover. This movie could also

Pop Culture

11 Years Later, Where's The Cast Of "7th Heaven" Now?

7th Heaven was one of the few shows you could sit and watch as a family growing up. It was a wholesome show that still held our attention for over a decade. We grew up with the characters as they did, and everyone can probably list off five lessons they learned while watching. But now, 11 years after the show ended, what is the cast up to now? Let's start with the women. Catherine Hicks as Annie CamdenCWHicks played one of the best TV moms of all time, showing us that stay-at-home parents do more than just stay at home.

Pop Culture

Bet You Didn't Know Julie Andrews Was The Reason Why Mia's Dad Was Killed Off In "The Princess Diaries"

Although we knew that the movie adaption of Meg Cabot's "The Princess Diaries" book series was a work of fiction, we still couldn't help but wish that we had a long-lost grandmother who would one day show up to rescue us from our boring life, and inform us that we were the princess of a European country called Genovia. VarietyThe dream has been slowly dying since the 2001 movie and its sequel were released. However, we still won't hesitate to watch the movie any chance we get and live vicariously through Mia Thermopolis. DisneyAnyway, in our quest to learn more

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8 Facts About 'Law & Order: SVU' That Only Dedicated Detectives Will Know

Law & Order: SVU has been on the air for nearly 20 years and the show is showing no signs of slowing down. Over those nearly 20 years, the show has captivated audiences with episodes that deal with very uncomfortable material, but at the same time it has shone a spotlight on the issues surrounding sexual assaults and crimes against the most vulnerable of victims. VultureSome of the episodes can be quite difficult to watch, and the subject matter strikes us right in the core of our beings, but that seems to be what makes the show great. But apart from

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Josh Hartnett Was A Massive Star In The Early 2000s, So Why Haven't We Seen Him Since?

It seemed like Josh Hartnett was in every movie in the early 2000s, but now it's hard remember the last movie you saw him in. Touchstone PicturesWhere did he go? You probably remember him from the movie Pearl Harbor, where he played Captain Danny Walker, or Black Hawk Down as the character Eversmann. He has been in a lot of very successful movies, and was one of the biggest heartthrobs of the early 2000s. BravoSeriously, his IMDB page is just a big reminder of all the great things he's done. One of his first big movies was The Virgin SuicidesAmerican

90s

12 Times Miss Grotke Proved She Was The Wokest Teacher Of The 90s

You could make a pretty solid case for Recess being the best cartoon of the 90s. It was funny, intelligent, and with characters like Miss Grotke, it was woke. I think most of Miss Grotke's wise words and quips went over our heads as kids, or at least they did for me. But looking back, she's one of the most aware and feminist characters we were exposed to...and that's a wonderful thing. These are some of Miss Grotke's best moments. 1. When she ignored societal demands to shave her legs. Disney2. When she taught her students that we are

90s

It's Been 15 Years Since They Left Capeside, So Where's The Cast Of "Dawson's Creek" Now?

Dawson's Creek was a massive hit from the time it first hit  television screens in 1998. It followed the growth of the all-American kid Dawson Leery (played by James Van Der Beek) and his cast of friends as they tried to navigate their lives through their high school years. The show had viewers glued to their television screens for six seasons, but after the show finished, what exactly happened to the stars who had made the previous six years so enjoyable, and what are they up to now? Let's find out.1. James Van Der Beek - Dawson Leeryew.

90s

13 Reality Shows We Used To Obsess Over

If you flip on your TV right now and change to a random channel, odds are you'll land on a reality show.From cooking competitions with sappy personal stories, to home reno shows featuring sassy married couples, reality TV totally dominates the airwaves. But back when reality TV was still a novelty, we couldn't stop watching these 13 shows.1. Blind DateNBCTwo people go on a blind date, while cameras record them. The premise of this show is so simple, it's hard to believe nobody thought of it earlier. Okay, so there was a UK version, an Australian version, and