“Lucy and Desi” is an insightful and intimate peek behind the curtain of these two remarkable trailblazers—featuring interviews with Lucie Arnaz Luckinbill, Norman Lear, Desi Arnaz Jr., Carol Burnett, and Bette Midler.
The biopic “Being the Ricardos” manages to cram all kinds of interesting “behind-the-scenes” storytelling within its 131-minute run time.
Lucy was “with child” beginning on this day in 1952.
The world first fell in love with Lucy and you’ll never guess where they lifted restrictions for child safety seats on this day in pop culture history.
Who doesn’t love Lucy? She was born on this in 1911. However, this day also marks the demise of one of the earliest TV networks. Do you know which one?
Get out the streamers because today is World Party Day! It is also the anniversary of TV Guide magazine which was first published in 1953.
When I think of Valentine’s Day, I think of chocolate. And when I think of chocolate, I think of this iconic scene from I Love Lucy.
It was on this day in 1953 that America stopped what they were doing to watch Lucy Ricardo give birth on “I Love Lucy.”