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Roseanne Barr Return Possible, But Not With Her Rebooted TV Series

After her network dropped her show, streaming services dropped her reruns, and her agency dropped her for a racist tweet, Roseanne Barr is vowing she's not finished.Whether anyone will have her is an open question.Mainstream television, where she saw soaring success both on the original Roseanne and the recent short-lived reboot, is probably out. But she finds herself in an environment flush with media outlets where the style of incendiary statements she was making long before Tuesday's tweet is not a hindrance, but rather an asset.Adam Rose/ABC"Whether or not she will see herself back on

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7 Facts About 'Thunderbirds' That Will Have You Standing By For Action

You may remember the Thunderbirds as an elite International Rescue (IR) organization that took to the land, sea, air, and even outer space to rescue those in need, but you also may remember them as those crazy British marionettes whose show played as reruns all the time. Thunderbirds was a crazy TV show from the mid-60s, but somehow it managed to keep on going, staying in our hearts forever. The show first premiered in 1964, and there was a lot that went into it, probably more than you'd realize given how it looked. You may think that puppets would be

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'Roseanne' Reboot Cancelled Over Star's Offensive Tweet

The reboot of Roseanne has officially been cancelled by ABC. That's right, the show that people had been completely losing their minds over and watching in record numbers has been cancelled in a shocking decision because of the star's personal statements. On May 29th, Roseanne Barr made a racist comment on Twitter about former President Obama's adviser Valerie Jarrett and even though her controversial tweets are notorious by now, this was the final straw. ABCShe has since deleted the tweet and released an apology, claiming it was a "bad joke" but ABC, the network where her reboot was airing was

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'The Baby-Sitters Club' Is Getting A Brand New TV Show

There was one book series that all of us became obsessed with when we were young, and it was The Baby-Sitters Club. I don't know how a series of books about a job that no one really wanted became so popular, but they managed to make babysitting look like a fun gig, and not like what you were stuck doing when your parents went to dinner. I mean, I guess they were actually getting paid and not just told they had to, but still! Everyone wanted to be in their own Baby-Sitters Club. It was such a good series, and

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The 'Double Dare' Reboot Announced Its New Host But Don't Worry, Marc Summers Is There Too

We've all been anxiously awaiting news about the Double Dare reboot, but so far we hadn't gotten much. Well, that's about to change because not only do we know who the host is going to be, Marc Summers himself has given us some hope that it'll be as good as the original. The show comes back this summer, and after 25 years people have been a little concerned about what to expect, but Summers has opened up about the show and we're starting to get psyched. NickelodeonHe's not going to be the host, but he's still involvedSummers was the host

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The Charmed Reboot Has Released Their First Trailer And People Aren't Happy

We've all been waiting months for the details of the new Charmed reboot and now we finally have our first look at it. That's right, the CW released the first trailer and it's a lot to take in. We find out the general plot of the show, a little bit about the three sisters, and see a small hint of the supernatural elements they will be going up against. First of all, one original 'Charmed' witch is not that happy about itThe WBEven though it's too late to do anything about it now, Holly Marie Combs, who played Piper Halliwell,

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We Finally Know More Details About The Reboot Of 'Roswell' And When To Expect Its Arrival

When we all found out that Roswell was coming back, there was this collective freak out that we all shared. A lot of people were really annoyed that they were bothering to remake a show we all loved so much, but there of course there were others who were really excited to see what was going to happen.Well, now that some time has passed, maybe those of you were skeptical are ready to see this remake. If you aren't, well too late, because it's absolutely happening. The show will be premiering at mid-season next year, so you won't see

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7 'Whose Line Is It Anyway' Facts That Aren't Made Up, But The Points Still Don't Matter

If you grew up in the 90s, you've watched Whose Line Is It Anyway?, at least once. It was one of the biggest shows in the country and was the introduction to improv comedy for each and every one of us. Drew Carey was the host of the show that made us all laugh hysterically for years. He was joined every episode by Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles. Wayne Brady was almost always there too, so eventually he became one of the regulars as well.ABCThey would also have another guest on every episode to fill in the last empty

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5 Of Your Favorite TV Homes Have Been Renovated And Now Look Stunning

Have you ever wondered what the inside of your favorite TV homes look like today? For example, the home in Full House, Mrs. Doubtfire, Sixteen Candles, Friends, and Home Alone look completely different than what they looked like in the movie.The only part of homes that have remained the same are their exteriors. And for some of them, even that has slightly changed. 1. Sixteen CandlesMolly Ringwald starred in the coming-of-age classic Sixteen Candles, which was set in a colonial home in suburban Chicago. The 3,250-square-foot home includes six bedrooms and baths. It sold for more almost $1.

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'Double Dare' Is Coming Back To TV And Honestly We Can't Wait

Guess what 90s kids, your very favorite game show is coming back to TV. That's right ladies and gents, put on your splash pants, helmets and knee guards because Double Dare is coming back on TV. The show originally started in 1986 and ran until 1993, but people have never stopped talking about it. It took over Nickelodeon and the 90s in general, because every last one of us wanted nothing more than to have a chance to play ourselves. NickelodeonThe games were iconic and the slime was legendary, and we all wished we could be a part of it.