This Day in Pop Culture for April 26
2011: ‘The Voice’ is Heard (and Seen) for the First Time The television singing competition reality TV series, The Voice, aired for the first time on this day in 2011. The NBC show is based on The Voice of Holland, where contestants try to get the attention of the four celebrity judges by singing to…
Spend Quarantine with Olaf the Snowman
You’re not the only one stuck at home these days. So is Disney/Pixar animator Hyrum Osmond. So what does he do? Create new digital shorts featuring Olaf from “Frozen.”
‘Onward’ is for Boys What ‘Frozen’ is for Girls
Despite its wacky premise, Onward just might develop a strong following similar to Frozen. In fact, it is its equivalent for boys.
This Day in Pop Culture for February 15
1950: Cinderella Goes to the Ball It was on this day in 1950 that Walt Disney Studios saw its greatest hit since Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs when Cinderella appeared in theaters for the first time. Before it, the studio was over $4 million in debt. To help reduce costs, Cinderella was the first…
This Day in Pop Culture for February 10
Tom & Jerry were introduced to theater-goers and the first gold record was awarded on this day in pop culture history.
This Day in Pop Culture for February 7
It is said that “Beatlemania” traveled from London to New York on this day. Pinocchio was born too.