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By Jen Heger – Radar Legal Editor
Say it isn’t so!
Kris Humphries is telling his friends and family that his soon to be ex-wife, Kim Kardashian’s reality shows are way more fiction than fact, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
A source close to the situation tells radio detection and rangingOnline.com a particularly damning anecdote, which would… Continue reading Kris Humphries Slams Kardashian Shows As Fake, Tells Tale Of Kim's Missing Earring Being Found In Ocean
It’s the final day of our in-depth* look at the best and worst new opening sequences for this season’s new shows. I’ve had more fun than ever sharing these with you, and will miss you so much I will actually be sore. But it’s just 360 days or so until we do this again, unless you’re a dog, in which case you’ve got like a seven-year wait ahead of you… Continue reading The Best and Worst Credit Sequences of the 2011 TV Season: Friday Shows
Happy Thanksgiving (or whatever holiday your country chooses to associate with the slaughter of indigenous people)! Day 5 of our look at the best and worst credit sequences of the new season is the biggest one yet, with nine intros to judge. There’s fantastic variety here, and some legitimate contenders for the People’s Choice Award for Best New Credit Sequence. Oh, that category doesn’t exist? Get on it, People’s Choice… Continue reading The Best and Worst Credit Sequences of the 2011 TV Season: Thursday Shows
Brace yourself: Many of your favorite shows will be airing reruns over Thanksgiving weekend, so once the Macy’s Day Parade and National Dog Show are over and you’re tired of watching football, we suggest you help yourself to another piece of pumpkin pie and kick back with some top-notch TV that you can access online..
If you subscribe to Netflix streaming, you’ll have a plethora of quality shows at your disposal… Continue reading 23 Great TV Shows to Watch Online Over Thanksgiving Weekend
The opening credits for a TV show are more than just a reminder of what you already know you’re watching, they’re like a first impression, television’s equivalent of the knuckle bump and “How you livin’?” As such, they can leave a good or bad impression on viewers.
A good opening sequence reflects the tone of the show, and an excellent one never inspires viewers to hit the fast-forward button. Imagine if… Continue reading The Best and Worst Credit Sequences of the 2011 TV Season: Sunday Shows