#Television Show

PHS Addams Family play delayed one week

The Proctor High School’s Drama Club production of the Addams Family scheduled for this weekend has been postponed one week. The production, based on the 1960’s television show will be staged November 5 – 7 in the PHS Auditorium. The curtain will raise Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Sunday will nr 2 p.m.
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Instagram Is Freaking Out As Rachael Ray Moves Show To Upstate NY

2020 was tough on Rachael Ray. Not only was she dealing with the pandemic like the rest of the world and figuring out how to film her hit television show, "The Rachael Ray Show," outside of a traditional studio, but her makeshift studio, her house in Lake Luzerne, New York burned down after a chimney fire in August (via ET). Ray moved the filming to her guesthouse while the main house was being rebuilt, but, as of Season 16, it's not only back to the studio for Ray, but she'll also be moving back into her main house. The show will be filming from a hybrid model with some episodes hosted from her new home and others hosted from her studio, which has been remodeled to resemble her upstate abode.
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Royal Woods Cemetery

Royal Woods Cemetary is a location from the television show The Loud House. Similar to Harmonic Convergence, Royal Woods Cemetary doesn't have any platforms, just the base level. However, it does have stage disruptions where tombstones will pop out of the ground randomly that block attacks or separate characters away from each other.

The Loud House

The Loud House is from the hit television show of the same name and home to the main character of the show Lincoln Loud and his older sister Lucy Loud. Characters spawn on the bottom roof base of the house, but there is a big, but smaller platform above the front yard as well as the top of the family van as platforms as well.

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Wiki Guide

Omashu is from the television show Avatar: The Last Airbender and one of the major cities of the Earth Kingdom. The stage's base level is on the left side. There are three other platforms that make a stairlike form make up for the rest of the stage. There is also a stage hazard on the stage where carts made of earth will fly across hitting anyone it crosses paths with.

Headlines: AGT Las Vegas Adds More Acts, Luke Bryan Helps Stranded Mom

AMERICA’S GOT TALENT LAS VEGAS LIVE UNVEILS ADDITIONAL ACTS FOR STAR-STUDDED PRODUCTION PREMIERING NOVEMBER 4 – Three acts from the recently completed Season 16 of America’s Got Talent television show are joining the lineup of America’s Got Talent Las Vegas LIVE at Luxor Hotel and Casino. Season 16 winner Dustin Tavella, along with finalists Jimmie Herrod and Lèa Kyle, round out the cast of former AGT winners, finalists, runner-ups and fan favorite acts. Hosted by Season 12 finalist Preacher Lawson. The three join the following acts: Brandon Leake, Season 15 winner, Kodi Lee, Season 14 winner, Deadly Games, Season 11/AGT:The Champions, Duo Transcend, Season 13, The Clairvoyants Season 11 finalists, The Silhouettes, Season 6, Champions, Light Balance, season 12. America’s Got Talent Las Vegas LIVE premieres Thursday, Nov. 4. America’s Got Talent Las Vegas LIVE will perform Wednesday – Sunday at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. inside Luxor Theater. Tickets starting at $49, plus tax and applicable fees, are on sale now and can be purchased at, and – More at
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Squid Game costumes banned from some elementary schools after children imitate the show

Three elementary schools in New York are the latest to ban Squid Game Halloween costumes after noticing some of their young students imitating the show's violence. "We have observed that some students at recess have been playing a version of the squid game which is intended for mature audiences, ages 16 and older," an email from a principal of one of the schools said. "Due to concerns about the potential violent nature of the game, it is inappropriate for recess play or discussion at school. Additionally, a Halloween costume from this show does not meet our school costume guidelines due to the potential violent message aligned with the costume."

The Bachelor nominated for People’s Choice Award for The Competiton Show of 2021

Matt James and Rachael Kirkconnell’s love made for a roller-coaster season of The Bachelor. Pic credit: ABC. The Bachelor Season 25 was quite polarizing and certainly got Bachelor Nation talking due to the various scandals throughout the season. Matt James’ historic season of The Bachelor is now being recognized by...

New Yorker Shares Hack To Spot Celebrities On The Street

This TikToker is here to tell us more about how we can spot movie and TV stars when they are in the midst of filming. The NYC High Life 9 (@nychighlife) account is aptly named, that is for sure. They have been pointing out all of the secret events that...

Squid Game Season 2: Release Date, Cast And New Details

"Squid Game," a South Korean television show, dropped on Netflix around the world on September 17, 2021. The nine episodes follow contestants who risk their lives while playing children's games (such as one called the squid game), in order to try and win a very large monetary prize (via IMDb).

7 Shows Like The Blacklist to Satisfy All Your Crime Needs

NBC's fan favorite series, The Blacklist, returns to screens this month. For the uninitiated, the crime thriller revolves around Raymond Reddington (played by the incomparable James Spader). He’s the kind of mastermind a spook salivates over, and he turns himself into the FBI with a simple deal: a list of his criminal colleagues in exchange for his immunity, and a partnership with a specific female agent. This will be the show’s ninth season, and unfortunately for fans, neither the showrunner nor the leading lady will be returning. Will the series be the same without them?

The last laugh: is the television sitcom really dead?

The sitcom has a long history of being dead. According to the former NBC president of entertainment, Warren Littlefield, in the early 1980s many people believed the sitcom was over. In 1999, Entertainment Weekly noted the genre’s demise. In 2005, so did Victoria Wood. The following year, the former ITV director of programmes, David Liddiment, made a programme called Who Killed the Sitcom? In the decade and a half since, similar questions have been posed repeatedly by publications on both sides of the Atlantic. Declaring the sitcom dead now seems more like an annual ritual than a convincing take on the state of comedy. But what if this time it’s actually true?