'Beverly Hills: 90210' Revival Looks Like It Will Feature A Lot Of Familiar Faces

Who else remembers planning their entire week based on when Beverly Hills: 90210 was going to be on TV? It wasn't like we could record it easily, blank VHS tapes were pricey, so we had to watch it when it was on or miss out. Watching Brenda, Kelly, Dylan, Brandon, Donna, and everyone else hand out and get into all kinds of mayhem was the highlight of our weeks. When it ended, we were all a bit sad, but then they brought it back with a new spin-off.  The new show tried to catch that same teen spirit, but


Ryan Reynolds Is Making A 'Home Alone' Inspired Movie For Grown Ups, Seriously

Yep. You read that right. Ryan Reynolds is in the process of creating a new Home Alone-inspired movie. Now, to be clear, it's not a reboot, sequel, or spin-off exactly. Instead, it's taking the general plot of someone being left behind and making it into an R-rated comedy. While Home Alone is one of the most beloved Christmas movies of all time, this new movie will have a much different audience. Reynolds is producing the film under his Maximum Effort production company, and it already has Augustine Frizzell (Never Goin' Back, Euphoria) attached to direct.The movie will be called


The 'Roseanne' Spin-Off Is Officially Happening Without Roseanne Barr

The reboot of Roseanne was abruptly cancelled after the star tweeted racist comments, but after weeks of discussions, the network has found a way to continue the show without Roseanne Barr. Reports of the negotiations started becoming public a few days ago, but now the network has officially confirmed that they will be going ahead with a spinoff of the show. The spinoff of the revival will be called The Conners and will feature all of the returning cast members EXCEPT for Roseanne Barr. ABCThis means that John Goodman (Dan), Laurie Metcalf (Jackie), Sara Gilbert (Darlene), Lecy Goranson (Becky), and