'Cheers' co-creator James Burrows on being surprised by Ted Danson's desire to leave the show 25 years after the series finale.
John Lithgow visited "Watch What Happens Live," where he revealed celebrated roles he's turned down during his illustrious career.
Actor takes us on a tour of his greatest hits, from "Cheers" to "White Men Can't Jump" to "Hunger Games" to "True Detective."
At long last, superfans of TV quiz shows and visual pop albums can rejoice. On Tuesday, "Jeopardy!" brought those two worlds together when they used “Becky With the Good Hair” as one of the categories, an obvious nod to queen bee Beyoncé’s 2016 visual album, "Lemonade."
On The Late Show, the host said Denver voters approved a law allowing bars and restaurants to let customers use marijuana and claimed he had the ad promoting it.
You could say Kelsey Grammer is the most successful sitcom actor of all time - playing Dr. Frasier Crane for 20 years on Cheers, Frasier, and Wings. When Yahoo SuperFan sat down with Grammer for his 2016 animated film, Storks, we thought we’d ask him how he feels about the state of sitcoms today.
Whether it’s National Drink Beer Day (Sept. 28), National Drink Wine Day (Feb. 18), National Wine Day (May 25), National Mojito Day (July 11), or just the end of a really long day at work, sometimes there’s nothing more satisfying than enjoying an alcoholic beverage with a friend. Or, if you feel like staying in, with your couch and your favorite TV character, many of whom like to imbibe from time to time. Here are 21 characters from television past and present whom we’d like to share a drink with.
Yahoo's Global News Anchor recently met with Pope Francis during a scientific conference at the Vatican and brought back a papal present for Stephen Colbert.
We’ve rounded up seven of our favorite “lucky” St. Paddy’s Day moments to get you ready for the annual Irish celebration. Admittedly, St. Patrick’s Day is no Christmas when it comes to themed episodes, but we still found a pot of gold at the end of the TV rainbow — and a whole lot of classic TV memories. So, grab a green beer or a Shamrock Shake and toast to the luck o’ the Irish along with us. 1. Cheers, “Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey” (1993) Cheers fans surely recall the gang’s an ongoing battle with rival bar Gary’s Olde Towne Tavern, thus giving us the long-running sitcom’s classic “Bar Wars” episodes. Sure, Woody (Woody Harrelson) had to take one for the team (he got caught in the crossfire when Gary walled up the Cheers bar), but in the end, the Cheers gang finally got vengeance over their longtime rival — and Gary’s got bulldozed.
Netflix recently invited children of the ‘80s and ‘90s to take a warm nostalgia bath by launching Fuller House, the two-decades-in-the-making sequel series to the TGIF sitcom staple, Full House. While critics weren’t kind, fans took to social media to express their thrill at spending more time with the Tanner family. Coming on the heels of Fox’s highly-rated X-Files relaunch, the positive reaction for Fuller House bodes well for planned reboots of other previously-cancelled favorites like MacGyver and Gilmore Girls. Here are five series that deserve to remain undisturbed, as well as the worst case scenario for each should they return from the TV graveyard. Related: ‘Fuller House’ Showdown: D.J. and Kimmy Play ‘Who Said It?’ Family Ties (NBC, 1982-1989) Why We Love the Original: While the oh-so-‘80s clothes, hairstyles, and attitudes make Family Ties seem as much of a period piece as Downton Abbey these days, the Keaton clan remains the portrait-perfect model of a sitcom family.
Basketball season is almost here, and with that comes the prospect of NBA players guest starring on our favorite TV shows. Sure, nine times out of ten, these cameos turn out awkward and stilted — but that can still be funny, right? (Especially when the NBA player is a foot taller than all the other actors.) With Shaquille O'Neal guest starring on Fresh Off the Boat this week, we’re looking back at eight memorable TV guest spots from NBA players through the years.