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  • 'Magnum P.I.' cast on why rebooted series features mustache-less Mexican-American lead

    "Magnum P.I." reboot executive producer Eric Guggenheim tells Yahoo "I think we're very proud of the fact that we have a cast that, frankly, looks like America does."

  • Tom Selleck and Kathie Lee Gifford Recreate Their ‘Live’ Kiss Nearly 20 Years Later

    On the fourth hour of Today, Blue Bloods star Tom Selleck and Kathie Lee Gifford took a moment to remember the time they kissed on Live With Regis and Kathie Lee nearly 20 years ago. Selleck’s 1997 film In & Out, in which characters played by Selleck and Kevin Kline are both gay and share a kiss, had recently been released, and Live co-host Regis Philbin had only one thing on his mind: kissing Tom Selleck.

  • Tom Selleck Clears Up That 'Three Men and a Baby' Ghost Rumor

    For years there’s been a rumor that in Three Men and a Baby, the ghost of a boy is visible in a scene with Ted Danson and Celeste Holm. Tom Selleck cleared up that ghost rumor about Three Men and a Baby. On The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon talked with one of the movie’s stars, Tom Selleck, about it and pointed out what people had been talking about.

  • Young Unmustachioed Tom Selleck’s Soap Commercial Starring Penny Marshall

    On Thursday’s "The Late Show," Tom Selleck was visited by a blast from his past. It wasn’t his Ferrari from "Magnum P.I.," it was footage from a commercial that he shot for a soap company before he was famous.

  • 8 Celebrities Who Rocked a Mustache In 2016

    November always conjures up memories of your favorite and not-so-favorite relatives gathering together for Thanksgiving dinner, watching football, and, of course, the tryptophan coma that ensues from gorging on a Bacchanalian feast.

  • SuperFan Salutes Movember With TV’s Top 10 Mustaches

    Happy Movember 2016! A month we’ll remember as a time we thought about mustaches, men’s health, and… probably nothing else. The Movember Foundation began in 2004 with the goal of “changing the face of men’s health” by raising awareness for various cancers. We’d like to salute Movember and our mustachioed brethren with SuperFan’s Top 10 TV Mustaches.

  • 'Blue Bloods' Sneak Peek: Frank's Granddaughter is Kidnapped

    In tonight’s hour, “Down the Rabbit Hole,” a serial killer's cat-and-mouse game gets personal for the Reagan clan when he kidnaps Nicky.

  • Happy 35th Anniversary, 'Magnum, P.I.': 20 Things You Didn't Know About the Classic Tom Selleck Drama

    From the car to the theme song to the Hawaiian shirts to the Tigers cap to the mustache, the most glorious mustache in all of primetime TV history… There is much to love about Magnum, P.I., the beloved CBS drama that debuted 35 years ago this week and gave us so many gifts that keep on giving — namely star Tom Selleck, and those aforementioned lip whiskers. Here are 20 things you should know to celebrate Magnum’s anniversary… eh, make it 21: The Magnum, P.I. theme was written by TV theme song guru Mike Post, who was a classmate of Selleck’s at Grant High in Van Nuys, California. And now, 20 more:
 1. The Mustache Is A Star in its Own Right: How iconic is Tom Selleck’s facial fur?

  • Tom Selleck on Jesse Stone's Loss, Gain of a Best Friend

    Spoiler alert! If you’re a Jesse Stone fan and haven’t yet watched the ninth installment in the franchise, Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise, which debuted Sunday on Hallmark, stop reading now. Related: Tom Selleck Talks Jesse Stone’s Return, Luke Perry’s Mullet, Magnum’s 35th Anniversary As viewers discovered five minutes into the TV movie that once again stars Tom Selleck as Robert B. Parker’s titular chief of the Paradise Police, the “conscience” Jesse spoke of losing in the opening sequence while discussing his drinking habits was his dog, Reggie. “They liked him so much and kept making movies.” He got his own IMBD page, and Soper scored a new career as an animal wrangler.  Joe the Dog as Reggie in 2011′s ‘Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost’ Selleck and fellow executive producer Michael Brandman had already begun writing the script for Lost in Paradise when Joe passed.

  • 'Jesse Stone' Review: Lost In Paradise, Found In Cozy Mystery

    It was good to see that Tom Selleck’s Jesse Stone TV-movies have found a home again, as Sunday night’s Jesse Stone: Lost In Paradise moved from CBS to the Hallmark Channel with a strong entry in the series. It’s been three years since that last Stone movie, and two years since Selleck’s Stone has visited with his therapist-pal Dr. Dix, played by William Devane.

  • Tom Selleck Talks Jesse Stone's Return, Luke Perry's Mullet, Magnum's 35th Anniversary

    Tom Selleck is back as Jesse Stone this Sunday in his ninth TV movie as the famed Robert B. Parker detective and the first of two new films for the franchise’s new home, Hallmark and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. In Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise, the Paradise police chief decides to consult on an unsolved case in Boston. “The Boston Ripper,” a serial killer of prostitutes played by Luke Perry, is already behind bars after confessing to multiple murders — but he refuses to take credit for this one, which has all the same markers.

  • Tom Selleck Has Never Used Email, Wants to Play Himself in a 'Magnum P.I.' Remake

    There’s been a lot of talk of a Magnum, P.I. remake, but what does the original Thomas Magnum have to say about it? Tom Selleck weighed in with ET.  When asked who should star in the remake if it ever came to fruition, Selleck gave us the best answer we could have hoped for.  “Um … me,” Selleck responded. WATCH: Tom Selleck and Bridget Moynahan Face Off in Tense ‘Blue Bloods’ Season 6 Premiere  The 70-year-old Golden Globe winner added, “The problem with Magnum, other than it’s still in 100 countries, is it’s not dated. He currently stars in CBS' Blue Bloods (the No. 1 TV show on Friday night) opposite Donnie Wahlberg, who plays one of Selleck’s sons.