The "Family Matters" House Is About To Disappear, But These Other Famous Sitcom Houses Are Still Standing

Family Matters was one of the most iconic shows of the 90s. Steve Urkel may have caused a lot of mayhem in the Winslow house, but that was what made us love him. ABCThe Winslows lived in a house in Chicago, and they managed to survive 9 years of Urkel's invasions. He may have been a bit of a goofball, but we all enjoyed watching his crazy antics. The house was amazing, but now after all these years the city is planning on destroying the house. Google Street ViewThe interior shots were filmed on a set, but the exterior was

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17 Popular Actors You'll Be Surprised To Learn Were In Horror Movies

Over the course of their careers, all of these actors have reached the height of success, appearing in beloved movies, winning major awards, and becoming the names and faces that we recognize immediately. But they weren't always as famous as they are today, and there were some weird pit stops on their roads to success. Here are some big name actors you had no clue appeared in horror movies. Jennifer AnistonTrimark Pictures / Wikimedia CommonsWhile she landed some major roles on television series like Molloy and Ferris Bueller, both shows were quickly canceled. It wasn't until 1993 that she would land


Roseanne Is Officially Coming Back To TV, And We Finally Know The Details

A few weeks ago everyone who grew up in the 90s collectively lost our sh*t when it was announced that Roseanne Barr and much of the cast were looking for a home for a potential revival of the beloved sitcom. Until today details have been pretty scarce, but enough information was confirmed that it's been hard not to be excited. First of all, unlike the recent reboots of iconic franchises - R.I.P. Ghostbusters - this is the original team coming back to continue the stories of the characters we loved. Roseanne Barr is of course going to


A Roseanne Revival Is Happening And We Couldn't Be More Excited

If you grew up late 80s or early 90s, chances are you watched and loved Roseanne. Unlike a lot of sitcoms, the actors all looked like ordinary people, and the day-to-day problems they dealt with felt completely relatable, while still being hilarious. And as of yesterday, those of us who adored the show got fantastic news: the cast will be reuniting for a comeback.GiphyABC, who aired the original show for 9 seasons, is said to be interested in the 8 episode revival season that Roseanne Barr has pitched, but they aren't the only ones. Netflix, who've already blazed a


7 Times 90s Shows Tried To Warn Us About The Internet With Hilarious Results

Remember when you were young and just starting to learn how to use the internet? It can be a real creepy place, but at the time we didn't know that. We thought it was all Neopets and friends chatting, but sitcoms had to find a way to work these real world computer issues into their shows, and the way they did it ends up looking pretty ridiculous now. These shows had to make things entertaining, while simultaneously trying to warn us about computers because people were honestly still a bit afraid of them at the time. I guess because we


Roseanne Barr Reveals Her Plans To Leave The Country To Cope With Loss Of Her Show

With the premiere of The Conners just around the corner, everyone has their eyes focused on Roseanne Barr. After the infamous controversial tweet she made about a politician cost her the show she worked so hard to bring back, Barr has continued facing backlash. Whether it's the public comments made against Barr from her former costars, or the constant questions she faces from the media, everyone has something to say about the disgraced actress. Her words were hurtful to many people, even though she claims that it was all a misunderstanding. But now Barr is trying to face the fact


'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


'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


John Goodman Reveals What It's Been Like To Film 'The Conners' Without Roseanne Barr

We are only a few days away from the premiere of The Conners, which means that the cast promotions are in full swing. But I think it's safe to say that the person most people are interested to hear from is none other than John Goodman. Goodman's role as Dan Conner is one of the most iconic on television. He's one of those TV dads you wish you could spend time with, and we are all curious to see how his world will change with his on-screen wife leaving. He has already gotten into some issues over the new show


'The Conners' Finally Share A Promo Video That Actually Shows Us "What's Next"

As we near the premiere of The Conners, we've all assumed that they would have given us a lot of sneak peeks to try and get us excited. The network is obviously going to have a lot of former fans upset that Roseanne Barr will not be returning, but they also will have many people satisfied with their choice to continue without her, so it would make sense that they'd want to get people on board early on. But instead the network has kept everything really quiet, with clips so short they cut off before someone gets to say a