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'Home Improvement' Star Opens Up About Why She Turned Down $25 Million

Home Improvement was one of the biggest shows of the 90s. It helped introduce a lot of us to Tim Allen, and more importantly for all of us who were pre-teen girls at the time, Johnathon Taylor Thomas. The show was extremely popular, and was one of the weekly must-watch shows that families would gather around the TV to enjoy together. Patricia Richardson starred as Jill Taylor, Tim's wife and mother to the rest of the Taylor crew. While she admitted that she loved working on the show, the actress declined the network's offer for the ninth season. Reports suggest

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'SpongeBob SquarePants' Creator Stephen Hillenburg Dies At 57

It's a sad day in the world of cartoons, as Nickelodeon has confirmed the passing of SpongeBob SquarePants creator Steven Hillenburg. The iconic TV show writer and producer with a long career and a hand in creating a lot of our favorite moments in animation. Hillenburg actually didn't go to school for television writing, instead studying "Natural Resource Planning and Interpretation with an emphasis on marine resources" according to Variety. Obviously, this would come into play later in his career. He started working in television after going back to school to study Experimental Animation, and eventually became a writer and

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Netflix Is Bringing All Of Your Favorite Roald Dahl Stories Back In A New Animated Series

There are a few iconic storytellers we can all agree influenced our childhoods, and Roald Dahl is basically guaranteed to make everyone's list. His classic stories like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, and James and the Giant Peach have been loved by children for decades. It doesn't matter if you're reading the book or watching one of the many movies based on one of his novels, because Dahl's ability to create these magical little worlds manages to transcend format and remain enjoyable no matter what.Dahl's characters are nothing short of iconic. Whether it's the six-year-old Matilda who has

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Die Hard's Reginald VelJohnson Reveals How Al Powell Got Him Cast On Family Matters

Watching Die Hard is like watching a little piece of history. It truly has remained one of the greatest movies of all time no matter how much time passes. Maybe we didn't know how special it was when we first saw it, but as the decades go on, it has become clear that it's a true classic that is basically required viewing for every single person. Everyone obviously thinks of Bruce Willis when they think about Die Hard, which makes sense because he embodies John McClane in a way that makes him feel real, but he's not the only iconic

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Trailer For New Nickelodeon Documentary Has Your 90s Favorites Spilling All The Secrets

Nickelodeon wasn't just a television network, it was basically a generation. Kids all over the country were bonded in this weird little family, obsessing over shows that our parents just couldn't possibly understand. They were for us. They weren't made to appeal to our parents, they were made for our enjoyment and so we felt a special connection to them unlike any other shows. Nickelodeon is still going strong today, but it's hard to remember that there was a time before the iconic kids network came around. The company may be a juggernaut now, but how did it get started?

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Woman Surprised Her Mom With A Trip To 'Sesame Street' And It's The Cutest Thing You'll See All Day

"Sunny day! Sweepin' the clouds away! On my way to where the air is sweet! Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?" It's a song we all know off by heart no matter how old we are now because it was literally one of the most important parts of our days. Sesame Street was a staple in almost every household. Those Muppets were our teachers and our friends before we made our way into elementary school or daycare, and they gave us a lot of life lessons that taught us how to be a

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Cartoon Network Is Opening Up Their Own Hotel And It's Going To Be A "Game Changer"

When you were a kid, chances are you dreamed of living in the worlds of your favorite cartoons. They were wacky, colorful, and full of crazy characters, all of which were a true delight to watch. But it's not like we could jump through the TV and live on the cartoon sets we were so obsessed with, but soon we will be able to do the next best thing. Cartoon Network has finally decided to give kids (and kids at heart) what they really want, and they've announced that they're making a hotel based on all your favorite shows! It's

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James Karen, Legendary Actor Known For 'Poltergeist' And So Much More, Dead At 94

You probably don't know his name, but you definitely know James Karen's face. The prolific character actor, best known for his role as the unscrupulous developer Mr. Teague in 1982's Poltergeist, passed away in his Los Angeles home on Tuesday at the age of 94.MGM/UA Entertainment Co.Over the course of his seven-decade career, Karen racked up over 200 acting credits across movies, television, and even video games. If you watch just about any of the most popular television shows from the 1970s, 80s, or 90s, you're guaranteed to see him pop up sooner or later. Born Jacob

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'The Conners' Showrunner Discusses The 'Painful' Decision To Kill Off Roseanne

The Conners premiered on Tuesday night to some very solid numbers. While it didn't get the same impressive score that the first Roseanne reboot got, the network is happy with their 10.5 million viewers. The episode showed us how the Conner family was dealing with the loss of the matriarch, and more importantly how they learned that she had in fact died of an opiod overdose. Fans of the original series were divided over this new spinoff, with some saying that it was completely unfair that Roseanne Barr was kicked her off the series. Many fans supported the show

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'The Conners' Premieres With An Intense Emotional Episode That's Got Everyone Talking

Well, the day we've all been waiting for has arrived and The Conners finally aired their first episode. The hype surrounding this show has been undeniable, as everyone has been debating on whether or not the show should have been cancelled. Some people believed that if ABC thought that Roseanne Barr was too controversial for their network, then they shouldn't have brought the show back in the first place. When it was cancelled, they thought it was a huge overreaction. People got even more opinionated when ABC officially announced they were going to be bringing back the rest of the