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Inside The History Of 'House,' & One Of TV's Most Beloved Leading Men
Today, the flawed antihero is basically a requirement for any series in the post-"peak TV" era.
How 'Veep' Won Over Fucking Washington
There was perhaps no greater spin on American politics than the The West Wing.
All About 'Glee' & Its Drama-Filled Legacy
When the glee club in Glee sang "Don't Stop Believin'" in the pilot episode, was it a triumphant moment of the underdog, or a plea from the series that would soon fall so far from grace?
The History Of 'Gilmore Girls,' Stars Hollow, & Jess
The best trips down memory lane are the ones that take you past Luke's Diner, Miss Patty's School of Ballet, and, of course, the Dragonfly Inn.
'Heroes' Could Save The Cheerleader, But Not Itself
Save the cheerleader, save the world.
The History Of 'Survivor,' Reality TV Alliances, & Jeff Probst's Dimples
Kelly Wiglesworth might be the first person in reality TV history to utter the phrase, "I'm not here to make friends," but the person who truly embodied it most was Richard Hatch, the arrogant-yet-brilliant winner of the first historic season of…
How '30 Rock' Beat Aaron Sorkin
In 2008, two comedies inspired by the backstage machinations of Saturday Night Live were poised to air on NBC.
The Very Unlikely History Of 'Lost'
Lost showrunner Damon Lindelof once said, "We did 121 hours of Lost. Arguably only 15 to 20 of them were subpar, bordering on turds."
Inside The History Of The Gone-But-Not-Forgotten 'Bunheads'
Anyone who has ever seen an Amy Sherman-Palladino project knows she's got rhythm.
Inside The Poetic Injustice Of 'Next'
The early 2000s brought our civilization much shame in the form of Justin Timberlake's ramen hair, jeans low enough to require a Brazilian bikini wax for teens, and MTV's Next.