Miami Vice, A Production of Michael Mann

Miami Vice, a production of Michael Mann for NBC, is an American TV series that was telecast from 1984 to 1989. Miami Vice completed its five seasons on NBC, the total numbers of episodes for Miami Vice were 111, and the average length for each episode was adjusted to 48 minutes. Later in 1990 the USA Network began airing the reruns of the series of Miami Vice.

Melrose Place, An American TV Primetime Soap Opera

Melrose Place is an American TV primetime soap opera that was aired on Fox from July 9, 1992 to May 24, 1999, in United States. Melrose Place completed its seven seasons, the total numbers of episodes for whole series were 262, and the length of each episode was adjusted to 44 minutes. Its second series is also broadcast from September 8, 2009 to April 13, 2010, on CW TV Network.

McHale’s Navey, Consisting of Four Seasons

McHale’s Navy is a sitcom series that was broadcast by an American TV from October 11, 1962 to August 31, 1966 on the ABC Network. It was the series which consists of total four seasons and 138 episodes; the duration of each episode is set as 25 to 26 minutes by the Network. It is the production of Sto-Rev-Co.

The Lucy Show, An American Comedy Show

The Lucy Show is an American comedy show that was created by Bob Carrol Jr., Madelyn Davis, Bob Schiller, Bob Weiskopf, and Lucille Ball. It was directed by Maury Thompson and Jack Donohue.

What’s New and What’s Returning to Survivor: Redemption Island

Survivor: Redemption Island is the twenty-second season of the popular reality show. Find out what will be new in the new season, and what will be returning from previous seasons.

Gable and Lombard and Forgotten Plane Crash That Took Hollywood Legend

Before Lucille Ball, there was alluring Carole Lombard willing to make a fool of herself in pursuit of laughter. No comic situation daunted her or was too extreme.

The Best 10 Movies About Magic of All Time

This article started out as an attempt to define the best 10 movies about magic of all time. It has ended up as an overview of most of the ‘live’ action movies that have at their core ‘magic’, ‘magicians’, the performance of magic or its allied arts.

Why to Watch TV With Closed Captioning Even If You Aren’t Hearing Impaired – And a Home Decor Idea

My remote control has a button on it that makes it easy to turn closed captioning on and off. I found this out by pressing every key on the remote to see what would happen. It was a slow day.

What’s Your Favorite Food TV Show?

Love food TV? Here are my three favorite food TV shows.

The Classic Dracula Film (1931) Starring Bela Lugosi

Universal Studios is well known for their Classic Monster Films from the 1930’s through the 1950’s. The film to set off the trend was the original 1931 Dracula starring Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula…

Corey Haim and Corey Feldman

Corey Haim and Corey Feldman met on the set of The Lost Boys and became life long friends. They both have an amazing list of movie and television credits. Sadly just as they were beginning to collaborate together on a new television show Corey Haim’s life was cut short.

Moon Soleil – A Punky Life

Moon Soleil (pronounced “So-lay” and means “sun” in French) began acting at the age of two and at age eight, she became known worldwide as the title character in the “Punky Brewster” (1984) TV series. At the age of 22 she wrote, directed, and starred in the movie Wild Horses (1998).