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The Monkees debuted their acclaimed TV sitcom 53 years ago today

September 12, 2019, marks the 53rd anniversary of the hit television show "The Monkees," which debuted on the NBC network in 1966.

Review: Mike DelGuidice makes acting debut as Ronnie in 'Kevin Can Wait' Special

Huntington - Mike DelGuidice from Billy Joel's live band can now add actor to his resume of accomplishments. On May 7, DelGuidice was featured in the sitcom "Kevin Can Wait."

Review: Obnoxious, uninspired ‘Full House’ parody is a Toronto disaster Special

Toronto - The most unintentionally ironic moment in “Full House: The Musical!” comes when Tanner patriarch Danny (Perez Hilton) throws wanna-be comic Uncle Joey’s (Seth Blum) catchphrase right back at him in song: “Cut it out! / You’re just not funny.”

Review: 'The Soul Man: The Complete First Season' out on DVD, July 8

Cedric the Entertainer’s Boyce “The Voice” Ballentine debuted on "Hot In Cleveland" in 2011. Soon after, Cedric co-created a spinoff featuring Ballentine, pitched it to the powers- that-be at TV Land, and "The Soul Man" series was born.

Shout! Factory issues 'The Bob Newhart Show: The Complete Series'

"The Bob Newhart Show: The Complete Series" is a most welcome addition to Shout! Factory’s collection of classic TV series on DVD. If you missed this show the first time around, here’s an opportunity to catch up with this iconic sitcom.

Star of Only Fools and Horses, Roger Lloyd Pack, dies aged 69

London - Roger Lloyd Pack, the actor famous for his role as Trigger in the cult BBC series Only Fools and Horses, has died aged 69.

Review: NBC's 'Community' returns for successful 're-vamp, do-over'

Community returned to NBC Thursday for a fourth season with an episode called “Re-Pilot,” in which the now-graduated Jeff Winger (Joel McHale) and his fellow study group members reunite when they return to Greendale Community College.

Op-Ed: Video: First episode of Jean Grae's sitcom 'Life With Jeannie'

Brooklyn - What a great year for Jean Grae fans! The super talented and witty emcee has been hilarious on Twitter as usual. She dropped three EPs (as well as a "deluxe version" that contains all three). But that's not all!

LeBron James to produce sitcom with Starz

Will LeBron James be adding an Emmy to his trophy case in the future? It seems there's a chance as he's set to executive produce a sitcom with Starz.

Review: 'The Dick Van Dyke Show' season four gets the Blu-ray treatment Special

The classic sitcom's fourth season gets the Blu-ray treatment. It looks great, has tons of extras and much of the humor has stood the test of time.

Jean Stapleton, TV's Edith Bunker, dies at 90

New York - Jean Stapleton, best known for starring as Edith Bunker on the 1970s sitcom All in the Family, has died at the age of 90.

TV knights in shining amour? Or just plain vicious?

Two of the UK’s best-known theatrical knights – Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi – will be camping it up like never before tonight, when a new sitcom hits TV screens.

'One Day at a Time' star Bonnie Franklin dies at age 69

Los Angeles - Actress Bonnie Franklin, known to most as the independent divorced mom Ann Romono on the long running TV sitcom "One Day at a Time" has died.

Video: John Kerry did a guest spot on the sitcom 'Cheers'

Boston - As John Kerry is confirmed as the new Secretary of State with a 94-3 vote, it is interesting to note that he once had a guest spot on the popular sitcom "Cheers" in the 1990's.

Toronto actress Carrie-Lynn Neales finds a new family in 'Seed' Special

Toronto - What's going to be Canada's next breakout hit sitcom? City (formerly Citytv) is putting its money on “Seed”, its new series about a most unconventional family – a family brought together by the sperm donations of a slacker bartender.

Michael J. Fox returns to TV

Thirty years after blazing across our screens as the briefcase toting teen Alex P. Keaton, Michael J. Fox returns to NBC.

Op-Ed: 'Red Dwarf' is coming back... but should it?

London – An unofficial truism in TV Land says that no series should overstay its welcome. “The Simpsons” has already harmed its legacy with about thirteen seasons (and counting) too many, for example. So what are we to expect from “Red Dwarf X”?

Review: 'Steptoe and Son' at fifty Special

It is fifty years since "Steptoe and Son" first appeared on British television screens. The long running series was as revolutionary as it was phenomenally successful.

Op-Ed: ALF is becoming a film

Years ago, when I was just a kid, there was an amazing television show, called ALF. ALF was played by a puppet from outer space. Each show would include many adventures about an alien living with a family of humans on earth.

Stephen Hawking to have cameo on 'Big Bang Theory'

It looks like renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has a new gig. Hawking is scheduled to make a cameo appearance on the hit CBS sitcom, 'Big Bang Theory'.

Britney Spears for Modern Family?

According to various media outlets, including Twitter, Britney Spears could be making a guest appearance on hit show 'Modern Family' in the near future.

'The Simpsons' could face doom if actors don't accept pay cut

Matt Groening's hit television series "The Simpsons" could meet its end next spring. The reason for this is an impasse between the studio and six main voice actors regarding a pay cut of almost half their original salary.

Sheen roast to air same night as Kutcher's 'Men' debut

Claiming his roast on Comedy Central is "going to be epic," Charlie Sheen likely could not have asked for a better night for the event to air: the very same evening Ashton Kutcher is to debut as Mr. Sheen's replacement on 'Two and a Half Men.'

Kutcher to last just a year on 'Two and a Half Men'?

According to various reports, the new star of the hit sitcom, Ashton Kutcher, has only signed a one-year contract, leading people to question if he is a mere short-term fix.

Charlie Sheen's co-star speaks out on 'troll' label

Appearing on TBS' Conan O'Brien show, Jon Cryer - the co-star of CBS' 'Two and a Half Men' - spoke out about having been labeled a 'troll' by Charlie Sheen.

Warner Bros. television terminates services of Charlie Sheen

American actor Charlie Sheen has been fired by Warner Bros as main cast of TV series "Two and a Half Men", effective immediately, the studio said in a brief statement.

'Saved By the Bell' actor ends 14-year marriage

If someone had uttered the words "Zack Morris is single" in the early 90s, a teeny-bopper riot would have ensued. Mark-Paul Gosselaar's split from his wife of 14 years, Lisa Ann Russell, is already raising eyebrows and sparking a frenzy of rumors online.

Canadian TV show Corner Gas aired its final episode

Corner Gas, a television sitcom series which airs on CTV Canada, WGN in USA, and SBS in Australia, ran its final episode tonight.

CW Lets Reba Go

The CW has confirmed that Reba will end its six-season run next month, despite being network's highest-rated comedy.

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