Every kid who grew up with TV is definitely familiar with the dozens of cartoon mascots that companies used to use to market things to us (or more specifically, things we begged our parents to buy). Did you know a ton of these mascots date all the way back to the 50s and 60s? In the case of these 12 mascots, they went through some pretty dramatic changes since then.
We've all been waiting months for the details of the new Charmed reboot and now we finally have our first look at it. That's right, the CW released the first trailer and it's a lot to take in. We find out the general plot of the show, a little bit about the three sisters, and see a small hint of the supernatural elements they will be going up against. First of all, one original 'Charmed' witch is not that happy about itThe WBEven though it's too late to do anything about it now, Holly Marie Combs, who played Piper Halliwell,
When we all found out that Roswell was coming back, there was this collective freak out that we all shared. A lot of people were really annoyed that they were bothering to remake a show we all loved so much, but there of course there were others who were really excited to see what was going to happen.Well, now that some time has passed, maybe those of you were skeptical are ready to see this remake. If you aren't, well too late, because it's absolutely happening. The show will be premiering at mid-season next year, so you won't see
If you grew up in the 90s, you've watched Whose Line Is It Anyway?, at least once. It was one of the biggest shows in the country and was the introduction to improv comedy for each and every one of us. Drew Carey was the host of the show that made us all laugh hysterically for years. He was joined every episode by Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles. Wayne Brady was almost always there too, so eventually he became one of the regulars as well.ABCThey would also have another guest on every episode to fill in the last empty
Have you ever wondered what the inside of your favorite TV homes look like today? For example, the home in Full House, Mrs. Doubtfire, Sixteen Candles, Friends, and Home Alone look completely different than what they looked like in the movie.The only part of homes that have remained the same are their exteriors. And for some of them, even that has slightly changed. 1. Sixteen CandlesMolly Ringwald starred in the coming-of-age classic Sixteen Candles, which was set in a colonial home in suburban Chicago. The 3,250-square-foot home includes six bedrooms and baths. It sold for more almost $1.