Though it’s been more than 50 years since it left the air, Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone continues to be a benchmark for all the science fiction and fantasy series that have followed. ... READ ON
Most of the time, when an American TV show is sold to other language markets, the opening theme song stays as is. But sometimes, especially if the theme song contains crucial background details, the song will be translated and re-recorded.... READ ON
Thirty years ago this month, the groundbreaking educational science series debuted on PBS.... READ ON
'Saturday Night Live' returns this weekend for its 40th season. Here are some facts from the first 39 years.... READ ON
The phrase, "What's the deal with..." is so synonymous with a specific brand of '90s observational comedy, I bet you just read those words in Jerry Seinfeld's voice. It's funny because he always said it! Or did he?... READ ON
Set in 1900, "The Knick" follows life and death in a New York hospital. Oh yeah, and the main character is a surgeon who happens to be addicted to cocaine.... READ ON
Here's what the Internet looked like 21 years ago.... READ ON
The Rhodes Scholar program is named for De Beers founder Cecil Rhodes.