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The Charmed Reboot Has Released Their First Trailer And People Aren't Happy

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,

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10 Daytime Talk Shows We Always Watched When We Stayed Home From School

When you were a kid, staying home from school because you were sick, or because there was a snow day meant one thing: Daytime TV. There weren't going to be good shows on for hours because most networks assumed you'd be at school. Obviously they didn't consider that some of us were going to be constantly sick, so we needed something to watch. Instead of watching age appropriate shows, we were instead stuck watching the talk shows intended for a much older audience. But don't even pretend like you didn't love it. We would sit there for hours while our

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These Abandoned Sets Of Kids Shows Look Like They Belong In A Horror Movie

When you watch a kids show, you feel like you are being transported into another world. You don't necessarily realize that these shows are fake and that it's a set, when you're really young you think that they are all really happening. You think that if you search hard enough, maybe you can find Barney's tree house, maybe you could figure out where Lamb Chop lives, or finally find out what's under the umbrella tree. PBSBut the thing we all realize eventually is that none of it was real and they had to build a bunch of sets to film

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'Karate Kid' Stars Are Going Another Round, 34 Years After The Original Movie

Remember learning the important skills that Mr. Miyagi taught us? "Wax on, wax off."Somehow after hearing it enough times it suddenly clicks and then you can become the ultimate Karate Kid in the world. Okay well, at least in that dojo. Johnny Lawrence took on Daniel LaRusso in an epic battle, but in the end, the young grasshopper managed to beat Johnny and earn his respect. Columbia PicturesWell, apparently that respect hasn't lasted, because 34 years later Daniel and Johnny are back.That's right, the original actors are coming back to the roles that made them stars in the

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7 Cartoon Moments That You Didn't Realize Were Actually Really Messed Up

Cartoons are pretty much a staple for every kid. We all had at least one that we were completely obsessed with, but more often than not, we watched dozens of different shows. The thing is, these cartoons aren't all as innocent as they may have seemed. There were a lot of moments or episodes that actually were a lot more scandalous than what kids our age should have been watching. I mean, technically we didn't notice or understand, but these cartoons found a way to add some really interesting or mature things into these cartoons, sometimes without even mentioning it.

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'Happy Days' Star Reveals Which Cast Member They Didn't Get Along With And It's Absolutely Heartbreaking

Happy Days was one of the most beloved shows on TV. It had 11 seasons, and each of them managed to relate to families all over the country. It was one of those shows that you could watch with your family, but was entertaining enough that you actually enjoyed it. It was set back in the 50s and 60s, even though the show was running in the 70s and 80s, but it gave it that nostalgic feeling we all loved. The show followed Richie Cunningham, his dad, Howard, his mom, Marion, and his sister, Joanie, as they navigated through the

90s

'Lois & Clark' Ended With A Cliffhanger Over 10 Years Ago, Now The Stars Are Hinting At A Revival

While the superhero TV show market seems to be saturated now, in the 90s, there was one show that really stood out. Even if you didn't love superheroes, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman was just an awesome show. When the show started in 1993, people didn't know what to expect. Superman had been away from the screen for a while and they did not know how this new angle would work. While Lois & Clark was a superhero show, it was also a romantic adventure and appealed to a wide range of audiences. People loved Lois Lane, but her

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8 Secrets From The Filming Of 'Dinosaurs' That'll Make You Wish The Show Wasn't Extinct

There are very few shows that are able to work when the main character is big, talking, dinosaur puppet, oh no wait, there is only one. Dinosaurs was unique, epic, and iconic. It was truly one of a kind, and it was well loved by everyone who watched it. But the show wasn't as easy to make as all the other sitcoms we watched on TV, for very obvious reasons. When all of your main characters are trapped inside big dinosaur costumes with robotic elements to them, you have an added level of difficulty that other shows do not have

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'A League Of Their Own' Is Coming To TV And We're Hoping It's A Home Run

We all learned that there was "no crying in baseball," but apparently there is a lot of laughter, because A League of Their Own is coming back, but this time as a half-hour sitcom! The classic 90s movie about the baseball league that was created during the second World War stole audience's hearts, and they are hoping that there are still a few home run stories to tell with a new show. It's kind of a reboot, so I get it if you're hesitant, but even if you don't like the new show, there's always the original movie to go

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7 Behind The Scenes Secrets From 'X-Men: The Animated Series'

Watching X-Men: The Animated Series was a very important part of our week. We all had our favorite heroes, our favorite villains, and our favorite episodes. It didn't matter if we had already seen it five times, because we were absolutely going to watch it again and again. The thing is, even though we loved watching it, there was actually a lot of drama going on behind the scenes. The popular cartoon had issues with toys, casting, and the network, but as kids we never noticed any of that. Now that we are all grown up, (technically, we are still