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VarietyEleven thoroughbreds have won horse racing's Triple Crown, but none since 1978. Primetime comedy also has its version of the trifecta -- high ratings, critical acclaim and Emmy notice -- and the same horse has won it three years in a row. Somehow, even...
Jean Stapleton, the actress who endeared herself to viewers in the 1970s as Edith Bunker, whose sudden bursts of truth regularly cut through her husband Archie's bluster on the groundbreaking television series "All in the Family," has died. She was 90....
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelExuberant, energetic and loving, Bonnie Franklin presented a dynamic image as a TV mom. In her long-running sitcom, “One Day at a Time,” Franklin as Ann Romano helped push television to a greater realism about single mothers and family life....
While portraying the white millionaire father on the hit TV sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes," Conrad Bain was often asked whether he enjoyed working alongside such scene-stealing young co-stars as Gary Coleman, who precociously played one of his two adopted...
Rarely has a show changed the face of television as much as producer Norman Lear's adaptation (for CBS) of a British comedy. Carroll O'Connor's unapologetically bigoted Archie Bunker became one of the medium's iconic characters, frequently mixing it up...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelWhen news came that Sherman Hemsley had died, I thought first of the “Jeffersons” theme song. It's a boisterous hymn to progress with the lines ”we're movin' on up … to a deluxe apartment in the sky … we finally got a piece...
Television comedy can probably be divided into two eras: B.L. and A.L. — Before Lear and After Lear. Norman Lear's seminal 1970s sitcoms —"All in the Family" and its offspring, from"Maude" to "The Jeffersons" — used the laissez-passer of...
As a top television comedy director who won an Emmy directing "The Dick Van Dyke Show"in the early 1960s, John Rich was faced with a tough choice in 1970. On the same day he received a phone call from Mary Tyler Moore wanting to set up a meeting to...
Bernie West, a writer and producer on such TV shows as " All in the Family," "The Jeffersons" and "Three's Company" during a wide-ranging show business career, has died. He was 92. West died Thursday at his home in Beverly Hills of complications from...
Rue McClanahan, an actress best known for her Emmy-winning role as the sassy, man-crazy Southern belle Blanche Devereaux on the hit TV series "The Golden Girls," has died. She was 76. McClanahan died early Thursday at New York-Presbyterian Hospital of...
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Show TrackerRue McClanahan, who played a man-crazy Southern belle in the seminal '80s sitcom "Golden Girls," died early Thursday of a massive stroke. She was 76. McClanahan had suffered a minor stroke in January during recovery from heart bypass surgery, her......
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