This year will mark the first time that It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown will not air on broadcast TV and this makes me sad.
It was on this day that a man took a leap off Niagara Falls and survived! Unfortunately it didn’t go so well when he tried it again.
For the first time in the show’s history, the awards will take place in Nashville, broadcasting from three iconic country music venues: Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium and the Bluebird Cafe.
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (the little guy who came before Mickey Mouse) was born on this day in pop culture history along with the premiere of CBS’s “The Amazing Race.”
Last night, CBS jumped the gun by debuting the network’s newest summer show, Tough As Nails, one week earlier than previously planned with a two-hour series premiere. Unlike the network’s … Continue Reading ‘Tough As Nails’ Starts Out Slow but is Worth Your Time
Proving that ABC is not the only network to come up with terribly long titles for TV specials, CBS and the Recording Academy have produced United We Sing: A Grammy … Continue Reading Harry Connick, Jr. Gives Tribute to Unsung Heroes
2000: Survivor Airs for the First Time The CBS reality TV show, Survivor aired its very first program on this day in 2000. Based on the Swedish TV series, Expedition … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for May 31
CBS’s new sports/comedy/game show hybrid, Game On! led the pack in ratings last night, but that isn’t saying much. Apparently 4.53 million viewers tuned in for the show’s premiere, but … Continue Reading ‘Game On!’ is a Another Wasted Opportunity
Both ABC and NBC have done well during the summer months in recent years thanks to their clever alternative programming. NBC pretty much dominates with America’s Got Talent and ABC’s … Continue Reading CBS Tries Again with ‘Game On!’