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8 Facts About Ghostwriter That Solve The Mystery Of Your Childhood

Did you always think of yourself as a detective every time you watched Ghostwriter? Whether you were good at puzzles or asking the right interview questions, watching the group of teens solve local crimes and mysteries with the help of their invisible friend made you want to be part of the action too!On the air from 1992-1995, this was a staple for many of us, who read far too many Nancy Drew novels. The 74 episodes had us thinking like true detectives and wishing we had an invisible friend to solve crimes with as well. The only way Ghostwriter

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The Cast Of ‘ALF’ Reveal Filming The Show Was “Very Grim” - And Some Of Them Are Still Recovering

Part of growing up is learning that the things you loved the most as a child could be deeply traumatizing for the people who made it. You might expect working on a family show about a fuzzy, lovable extraterrestrial would be pretty fun.But the cast of ALF, the show about a mischievous alien life form living with a typical American family, reveal there was "no joy" while filming the series.The Man Behind The MelmacianALF's creator, as well as the voice and main puppeteer for the show's star, was magician and ventriloquist Paul Fusco.Whether you would label him

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Netflix Has Just Released A 90s Themed Show And It Will Give You Instant Nostalgia

A 90s-themed TV show has just been put on Netflix and we are so excited. The show is called, Everything Sucks!, and it's supposed to perfectly represent being a teenager in the 90s. The show is set in 1996, in a town called Boring, Oregon, which is actually a real town by the way. It is a comedy that follows the lives of high school freshman, including all of our favorite things about the 90s. Watching the trailer alone gave me instant nostalgia. The main characters in the show are in the AV Club and Drama Club and are made

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10 Shows We All Watched As Teens That Prove We Lived In The Golden Age Of Television

Let's face it, with a few exceptions, television as it stands now, sucks. "Reality" TV has taken over the air waves and it is systematically making us stupider for watching it. What ever happened to the golden age of TV? Throughout the 00s we were privy to some amazing characters and story lines; that was real entertainment. And if you happened to grow up during that period you were witness to some truly iconic television shows. The current generation will never know the joy of watching these 10 shows on a weekly basis, living through them like you were part