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Aaron Spellings best Characters

Aaron Spelling was a master of creating quirky characters. Young people, old people, and even those who don’t know it, love the characters Aaron Spelling has created through the years. Interestingly, his most memorable characters span decades of time and many different genres. From “Charlie’s Angels” (1976-1981) the loveable, yet …

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Television changes Morality

It’s amazing to me how things have changed over the years since I was young. Things we never would have seen or heard in public are now commonplace and brushed off as entertainment. What was once taboo is now the norm. The content on television is one of those things …

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TV Show Reviews Fire me please

VH -1 has stuck gold with ” Rock of Love with Bret Michaels”. Mark Cronin and Cris Abrago created and continue to produce this “rock and roll fantasy” sensation for Mindless Entertainment and 51 Pictures. Success is greatly attributable to Poison’s front man, Bret Michaels who has proven his continued …

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TV Show Reviews next

Next is a reality dating show. It generally airs late at night on MTV. There is certainly a big variety of dating shows on television but “Next” goes above and beyond. They do not discriminate against dating types and will mix races, genders, or whatever the person’s preferences may be. …

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Fran Drescher Happily Divorced TV Land

TV Land’s “Happily Divorced,” which could otherwise be known as “Fran Drescher Being Herself,” is a feel good, modern economy-sensitive comedy sprinkled with bittersweet moments—and Fran Drescher’s endearingly hoarse voice. Drescher plays Fran Lovett, whose beloved husband of 18 years, Peter, comes to the realization that he is gay. While …

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TV Show Reviews Kville

I am not entirely sure why K’Ville was greenlit by FOX for the new Fall TV season, other than to capitalize on the whole New Orleans thing. That in and of itself is sad to me, but expected from not only FOX, but TV in general. However, you would think …

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Reality Bites TV – No

Reality TV at no stage does depict the manner of which a majority of us a socialites act amongst each other. Reality TV only depicts what would happen if you throw middle class citizens into a cage, taunt them and laugh at they’re confrontations. As well as this it also …

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