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Worst TV Shows of the 2000s (30-21)

by Kim Potts, posted Dec 11th 2009 6:00AM

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New TV on DVD releases today

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 12th 2006 10:00AM
  • Pam AndersonThe Andy Griffith Show - Season 8
  • Dog The Bounty Hunter - The Wedding Special
  • Full House - Season 5
  • Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. - Season 1
  • Law and Order: CI - Season 2
  • Masters of Horror - Fair-Haired Child
  • Stacked - Complete Series
  • Voltron: Defender of the Universe - Collection 2: Yellow Lion

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Pam Anderson and Kid Rock divorcing

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 27th 2006 3:45PM

Pam AndersonOh my God! This is, like, the most shocking news EVA!

Pamela Anderson's publicist says that the star (whatever happened to Stacked, anyway?) is divorcing rocker Kid Rock after only four months of marriage. No reason has been given yet, but it's been a bizarrre relationship all along. First they were together, then they were apart, then it looked like Anderson was going to get back with Tommy Lee and marry him again, then she got back with Kid Rock and married him. It was also reported that Anderson had a miscarriage recently.

They went on a "marriage tour" after their first wedding (well, the first time that they made husband and wife, whenever and wherever that was), actually getting married at different times and different places. I wonder if they'll do the same thing for the divorce?

Anderson can be seen in Borat, where he disrupts her book signing. They originally filmed him disrupting her dog's wedding on a beach, but decided not to use that. I think her dog is still married.

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FOX offers free shows on Web

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 19th 2006 1:01PM
american dadFOX has become the next network to offer some of its shows online, but it's doing it a little bit differently. Rather than streaming the shows on its own site, FOX is offering them on the sites of stations the network owns, with future plans to have the shows eventually offered on affiliate sites, as well. As of right now, sites for stations in Boston, Dallas, New York, Washington DC, Orlando, Birmingham, Los Angeles, Greensboro, and Tampa Bay will stream episodes of Prison Break, Stacked, Bones, American Dad, and The Loop. FOX is also offering downloads on it's MySpace and IGN sites, as Anna mentioned earlier. The network is definitely taking a different approach with this than others are, and it will be interesting to see how it all works out.

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The long list of shows that may not return in the fall

by Anna Johns, posted Mar 10th 2006 9:28AM
upfronts criminal intentThe upfronts are right around the corner, where network executives let advertisers know what shows will be making the cut for next fall. Early word from MediaLife is that NBC has the longest list of shows might not be returning. Probably the most surprising show on the list is Law and Order: Criminal Intent. With the rotating cast and drooping ratings, media watchers say this one is likely on the chopping block (the other two are safe, though). Things aren't looking good for Commander in Chief, either. And, of course, we already knew that there is a good chance Scrubs will be... scrubbed (but possibly get new life on ABC).

Here are the shows (on all networks) that media buyers think are in danger of cancellation:

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What's on tonight: O'Reilly and other biggest losers

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 4th 2006 2:29PM
  • StackedFOX has a repeat That 70s Show at 8pm, a new Stacked at 8:30, and then a repeat Nanny 911 at 9.
  • ABC has...more football?! The Rose Bowl airs at 8.
  • CBS has repeats of Still Standing, Yes, Dear, Criminal Minds, and CSI: NY.
  • NBC has a special Biggest Loser at 8, followed by a repeat Law and Order at 10.
  • The WB has repeats of One Tree Hill and Beauty and the Geek, while UPN has repeats of Eve, Love, Inc, and Veronica Mars.
  • You can watch The O'Reilly Factor at 8 on FOX News and see if Bill mentions his Letterman appearance.
  • There's a new Emeril Live on The Food Network at 8, with Emeril cooking hearty fall recipes.
  • Also at 8: CMT has the 1997 Dukes of Hazzard reunion movie.
  • At 9, HGTV has a new Buy Me.
  • Food Network has a new Behind the Bash at 9, followed by a new Sugar Rush.
  • Spy stuff on American Life: at 8, The Man From U.N.C.L.E.; at 9, The Girl From U.N.C.L.E.; and at 10, I Spy.
  • At 10, Bravo has a new Project Runway.
  • Troy airs on HBO2 at 10, followed by a special on The Producers movie.
  • TNT has the inferior Dial M For Murder remake, A Perfect Murder. It airs at 10 too.
  • Just before midnight you can catch In Good Company, with Dennis Quaid, Topher Grace, and Scarlett Johansson.
  • At 1am on Showtime, Kenneth Branagh stars in The Gingerbread Man.

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What's on tonight: Martha finale, Giganto, Harry meets Sally

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 21st 2005 5:40PM
  • FOX has a repeat of That 70s Show at 8pm, followed by a new Stacked and a new Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy.
  • ABC is all repeats tonight, with George Lopez at 8, Freddie at 8:30, and then two eps of Lost.
  • CBS has the special A Home For The Holidays at 8, with Sheryl Crow, Toni Braxton, Jamie Lee Curtis, and the Goo Goo Dolls, followed by repeats of Criminal Minds and CSI: NY.
  • NBC continues the week-long preview of Deal Or No Deal at 8, followed by the finale of The Apprentice: Martha Stewart and a repeat Law and Order.
  • One Tree Hill and Related are repeats on the WB, while UPN has repeats of Everybody Hates Chris, Girlfriends, and Veronica Mars.
  • ABC Family has A Very Brady Christmas at 8.
  • TNT has Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman, while AMC has Sandra Bullock in Two Weeks Notice. Both are on at 8.
  • Also at 8: Food Network's All Star Holiday Bash. See what Sandra Lee is wearing this time!
  • At 9, Lifttime has David James Elliott and Cynthia Gibb in Holiday Affair.
  • HGTV has a new Buy Me at 9.
  • Bravo has a new Project Runway at 10.
  • Also at 10: the History Channel has Giganto: The Real King Kong.
  • On American Life at 10, The Girl From U.N.C.L.E., followed by I Spy.
  • Shortly after 10, AMC has ...When Harry Met Sally.

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Figuring out Pamela Anderson

by Adam Finley, posted Sep 19th 2005 1:30PM

A lot of people will tell you that Pamela Anderson got where she is today by her boobs alone, but that isn't much of a revelation. It was clearly her body that secured her roles in shows like Baywatch and Home Improvement, but what has always confounded me about her is that she never seemed to desire what I imagine most buxom actresses do, which is to have attention diverted from their chest and garner some legitimate respect for their craft. Okay, maybe describing Pamela's line reading as "craft" is a bit of a stretch, but as I've tuned in and out of her career over the years I can't help but notice how boobcentric it's been, and clearly by her own choice. There's her current show, Stacked, whose title refers directly to Pam's voluptuous frame, and then there was her recent Comedy Central Roast, where she wore a black see-through shirt, no bra, and was, for all intents and purposes, topless. It makes me wonder if maybe the reason she's so busty is because her boobs actually have brains inside them that have made all of her career choices while "Pam" is merely a biological attachment at the mercy of her double-brained Boob Master. The simple answer here seems to be that Pam is just using what she has for the benefit of a public that doesn't expect too much from her. What I find odd is that she doesn't seem to expect much from herself, either.

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