Too Many Fans Forget About Michelle Obama's Parks And Recreation Appearance

Even though it's been off the air since 2015, NBC's "Parks and Recreation" hasn't disappeared from the mainstream just yet, and it's easy to see why. Throughout the sitcom's seven years on the small screen, it consistently had a lot to offer viewers. It put a bunch of fun, outlandish characters at the forefront, led by the unforgettable Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler), provided plenty of comedy and drama, and included numerous memorable moments and quotes that still make the rounds in fan circles. To top it all off, it was far from averse to celebrity cameos.
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The Savage Way That Dragon Ball Fans Ridicule Vegeta's Fighting Moves

"Dragon Ball Z" is widely known as one of the most popular and influential anime ever created. The sequel series to "Dragon Ball" and prequel to "Dragon Ball GT" and "Dragon Ball Super," "Dragon Ball Z" is perhaps the best-known entity of the entire franchise. Created by Akira Toriyama, "Dragon...
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Why Some Longtime Fans Can't Stand Deadliest Catch: Bloodline

There are very few reality TV shows that have run as long as "Deadliest Catch" has but didn't end up spawning a few spin-offs along the way. The popular crab fishing series has two sister shows. The first, a series titled "Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove," saw several crews crab hunting off the Oregon coast instead of the Bering Sea and only lasted a single season. The second spin-off, however, has a little more meat on its bones.

The Robot That Futurama Fans Enjoy The Most Is Not Who You Think

When we think of the future, a lot of us likely imagine that one way or another, robots will be involved. So many works of fiction depict this, including the adult animated sci-fi comedy sitcom "Futurama," that it can feel almost inevitable. "Futurama," which revolves around the misadventures of a...

The Young Sheldon Star You Likely Forgot Played A Toy Story Character

Expectations for "The Big Bang Theory" spin-off "Young Sheldon" were understandably high prior to the series beginning its network run back in 2017. Its predecessor was, after all, not only one of the biggest shows on television during its 12-season run, but a legit pop culture phenomenon (via The New Yorker). In the small screen realm, that sort of lightning rarely gets bottled twice.

Here's Where You Can Watch Better Call Saul Season 6 Online

"Better Call Saul" is certainly among the more successful television spin-offs in the modern pop culture sphere. A prequel to AMC's breakout hit, "Breaking Bad", the legal drama takes place in the same New Mexico underworld as its parent series, even if its storytelling goals are somewhat different. Although the series features many of the same characters from "Breaking Bad," the central focus of the spin-off is on Jimmy McGill (aka Saul Goodman) (Bob Odenkirk), a former small-time con artist who turns streetwise lawyer after working the mail room at his brother's law firm.

Why Some Rick And Morty Fans Think Solar Opposites Is Too Embarrassing To Watch

"Solar Opposites" has always been a popular show. When it premiered on Hulu in 2020 it quickly gained a loyal fanbase. It's also done well critically, and it currently holds a 96% at Rotten Tomatoes on the Tomatometer alongside an 83% audience approval rating. Given all this, it sounds like an animated sitcom about a family of aliens trying to get by in the suburbs of middle America is a solid enough premise.

Why Chicago PD Fans Shouldn't Expect To Reprise Erin

"Chicago P.D.," a piece in the puzzle that is the NBC "One Chicago" franchise, follows the personal and professional lives of the Intelligence Unit of the fictional 21st district, led by Sergeant Hank Voight (Jason Beghe). Much like the other shows in the franchise, "Chicago P.D." boasts an ensemble cast that has changed throughout the show's nine seasons. Some of the main cast members from the earliest seasons have since decided to move on to new projects, including Sophia Bush, who played Detective Erin Lindsay from Season 1 to Season 4.

Why The Big Bang Theory Fans Are So Divided Over Which Half Of The Show Is Better

To call "The Big Bang Theory" a television juggernaut during its time on CBS wouldn't quite do the series justice. The brainchild of Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady took over the small screen like few other sitcoms have, enjoying a run that extended from 2007 to 2019 and breaking into the pop culture mainstream with relative ease. By the time it departed the airwaves, it had nearly 300 episodes under its belt, a host of awards and nominations, a special place in the TV history books, and a fanbase that will adore it for decades to come.

Howard Stern's Hot Mic Might Have Revealed A Major MCU Spoiler

The King of All Media may have revealed a major spoiler about one of the biggest multi-media franchises running — the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Howard Stern has long been a lightning rod for controversy. The former "America's Got Talent" host is used to stirring up drama wherever he goes, but all of that controversy has created plenty of cash along the way. His first autobiography, "Private Parts," became the fastest-selling book ever released by its publisher, Simon & Schuster, and made him a ubiquitous media presence during the 1990s. That's just one of the many reasons why Stern is still a major powerhouse for radio listeners everywhere.

The Quantum Leap Reboot Synopsis Is Extremely Revealing

Back in the fall of 1989, NBC took a gamble on a high-minded little science fiction series that cleverly combined a "story of the week" format with that of a properly serialized drama. The series was called "Quantum Leap," and it followed genius physicist Dr. Sam Beckett (Scott Bakula) as he "leaps" into the bodies of figures from the past and, with the help of a holographic guide named Al Calavicci (Dean Stockwell), corrects grave historical wrongs.

The Most Powerful Scene In All Of Supernatural According To Fans

Family trauma is the game for the Winchester boys on The CW's "Supernatural." After the brutal murder of their mother, Mary (Samantha Smith), their childhood goes out the window. John Winchester (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) raises his sons Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) as soldiers instead of children, primed to fight the forces of evil. With such a dark upbringing, it is no surprise that "Supernatural" puts its characters through all sorts of emotional circumstances throughout its 15-season run.

Ms. Marvel Episode 4 Impresses Fans In One Big Way

One of the biggest things that separates "Ms. Marvel" from some of the other Marvel projects is the show's willingness to tackle uncomfortable, serious, real-world topics that might not typically appear within the superhero genre. Although the main storyline of the series concerns the struggles of Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani) to control her newly discovered powers and protect the world from interdimensional beings known as the Clandestines, the series also explores some pretty heavy subject matter in regards to Kamala's own family history.

Moviemakers Who Refuse To Use CGI In Their Films

In the early 1990s, CGI — computer-generated imagery — was pioneered by films such "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" and "Jurassic Park." A story from the latter film's production was rather telling: As stop-motion animation specialist Phil Tippett viewed the dinosaurs brought to life by Industrial Light and Magic via CGI, he quipped (via Den of Geek), "I think I'm extinct."

Katey Sagal Makes Her Thoughts On Returning To Futurama Clear

"Futurama" is one of the most beloved animated shows of the past 30 years, but its enduring success can't be attributed to just one person's contributions. While the comedic sensibilities of its creator, Matt Groening, are a big part of why "Futurama" has long been so appealing to viewers, the show's unique animation style has also played a major role in its success, as has the vocal performances given by its cast members.

Everything We Know About Overwatch 2's Junker Queen

The release for the early access version of "Overwatch 2" is only months away. In the lead-up to its launch on October 4, 2022, there's been a lot of hiccups when it comes to the game's development. After the beta for "Overwatch 2" went live, many fans seemed to lose interest as viewership of the title on Twitch completely fell off the map in the following week. Additionally, fans of the "Overwatch" IP have been dealing with a lot of worry regarding certain decisions Blizzard has made, especially regarding the sequel being nearly identical to the original "Overwatch." Independ of these concerns, the standards of fans could still be met if the creators deliver in terms of quality. A huge aspect of that success relies on the playable roster.

Why Aidy Bryant Was So Worried About Her Final SNL Sketch

When most people imagine quitting a job, their biggest worry concerns the last lines they'll toss over their shoulder at the boss they hate. However, picture for a moment how different it is to leave a job you like, or even love. It happens. People grow and change while life takes them in new directions. This is basically how Aidy Bryant decided to leave "Saturday Night Live," a gig she adored and succeeded in for a full decade.