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How Did We All Forget The Craziest TV Show Of The '90s

For a 90s kid's television show, especially one based in science-fiction, The Odyssey was an amazing show. It ran for three seasons between 1992 and 1994, and it helped transport us to a different world, a world that would have been more than a little interesting to live in. To make a long story short, Jay Ziegler wants to be accepted into a "tree house" club which is led by a local tough guy and bully named Keith. Jay ends up offering a telescope that once belonged to his now deceased father. YouTubeAs you can imagine, with Keith being a

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8 Characters That Were Killed Off Because Of The Actors Playing Them

We have all been there. We watch in awe as one of our favorite shows starts to develop and all of a sudden one of our favorite characters is unceremoniously killed off, and none of us are prepared for it. Sometimes characters are killed off because the story has to happen that way, and other times characters are killed off because the actors and actresses playing them either want to leave, or they screwed something up really bad. For this list we are going to focus on actors and actresses who were killed off for doing it to themselves.1.

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90s Sitcoms That Were Cancelled Before You Even Knew They Existed

The 90s brought us some of the most iconic television shows of all-time: Friends, Seinfeld, ER, The West Wing, just to name a few. But what about those shows that barely got off the ground and were cancelled before we really got a chance to enjoy them? Sitcoms were always at risk to being cancelled because there were just so many of them going all the time, and audiences could be finicky as to what they liked.These eight 90s sitcoms were cancelled before we really got a chance to decide if they were worth watching long term. 1. If

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8 TV Actors Who Had The Worst Luck With Movies

Just because an actor or actress makes a huge splash in the television world, doesn't mean that they are going to be able to duplicate the same level of success on the big screen. Many have tried, most have a failed, and a few have managed to leave lasting legacies in both genres of entertainment. With that being said, let's take a look at 8 actors who experienced wild success in television, but who flopped out when it came to movies: some more so than others. 1. David Caruso I only say that Caruso had success on television because CSI:

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9 Commercials From The 90s We Still Reference Even If We Don't Remember Why

The 90s were definitely a strange decade. One need not look any further than our television viewing habits, complete with the exceedingly weird commercials that for some reason used to convince us to do things or purchase random products.  As I searched through various archives for the most ridiculous of 90s commercials, I was hit with both a feeling or nostalgia, and more than a bit of incredulity. Some of these are just freaking mind blowing for how bad they are! I will let you be the judge. Here are 9 of the strangest commercials to ever come out

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10 Secrets From The Charmed Set That You Won't Know If You're Not A Witch

It was recently announced that there would be a reboot of the hit 90s and early 2000s show Charmed, but there will be a few major twists. In preparation for the release of the reboot (no specific date has been announced yet) let's take a look at 10 things you didn't know about the original show. 1. Holly Marie Combs (Piper) had two "romances" going on at the same time.For the entire eight season span of the show, Holly Marie Combs, who played Piper, had an onscreen romance going on with Leo Wyatt who was played by Brian Krause.

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8 TV Shows That Were Cancelled Way Too Soon

It can be disheartening to get too involved with your favorite TV shows. The television landscape changes so frequently and suddenly that you can find yourself depressed that your favorite show wont be coming back for another season. These cancellations can happen in the blink of an eye, and it can hit people quite hard. Here are 8 shows that I feel were cancelled before their time was truly up.1. Futurama Futurama first landed on televisions across America in 1999. After four seasons it was cancelled, but was later brought back for an additional season. It has been cancelled

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10 Facts About The Partridge Family That Will Bring A Whole Lot Of Lovin'

From 1970 to 1974, The Partridge Family was one of, if not the most popular shows on television. The story was unique, which is probably made us all love it. Shirley Partridge was a widowed working mother who was left to take care of five kids. She decided, obviously, to form a band with all the children and travel the country in a decked out school bus. 4KQEven if you didn't watch this show on its first run, you were almost guaranteed to have seen it during syndication. Chances are, the late David Cassidy was on a poster somewhere in

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10 Secrets Not Even Immortals Knew About "Angel"

Buffy The Vampire Slayer may have come first, but when the show produced the spin-off, Angel, the audience ate it up. It is considered to be one of the better spin-off shows ever created.  E! OnlineAngel only lasted five seasons, but it wasn't for a lack of popularity, it actually did quite well during its somewhat short run. It has been nearly 13 years since we closed the book on Angel and the rest of his gang, so in honor of that, let's take a look at 10 things you likely didn't know about the show. 1. Awards and

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10 Shows From The '90s That Everyone Should Know But No One Remembers

There were some great TV shows that made their debuts during the 90s. There were also more than a fair share of shows that flopped right out of the gate, but what about those underrated shows? We thought we would remind you of some of the shows you probably liked, at least a little bit, that have fallen through the cracks of time because they were so underrated. Let us know if you favorite show from the 90s ended up on this list.1. Mr. & Mrs. Smith Most of you will associate this with the box office smash that starred