Popular culture has long been obsessed with the lives and loves of royalty, and while kings have, of course, come in for their fair share of representations, it’s hard to argue that some of the most notable on-screen royals have been women.
While Linus’ love of the Great Pumpkin has risen in fame, “A Charlie Brown Christmas” is still the definitive “Peanuts” special. Cue the jazz score, and dig into these 20 facts about this Christmas classic.
The evolution of the TV theme song is something that could and likely is studied in college courses around the country. Today, theme songs are everything from quick musical arrangements that are globally recognized to songs that harken back to the ‘80s. Here are the best TV theme songs of the 21st century.
Magic, the ability to influence happenings around you by supernatural forces, is one of the world's oldest performing arts. Flip through the gallery below to read about some of our favorite actors who've played characters with supernatural powers.
Everyone had hearts in their eyes, from boy bands to scream queens, when it came to many celebrities, but how many of those ‘90s crushes are still making fans’ hearts burst at the seams? Well, quite a bit!
When it comes to talent, one could argue the whole nature vs. nurture idea and use the following celebrity siblings as evidence because talent runs deep within the genes of these famous brothers and sisters.
Now that director James Gunn and Peter Safran are the co-heads of DC Studios, the DC Cinematic Universe (DCU) may finally have a chance to compete with the Marvel behemoth. It’s off to a promising start with movies like Joker and The Flash. Here are the ones we’re most looking forward to seeing on the big and small screen.
Whether it's because of the location, the stuff the characters get into, or the steadfast bond they have that we all want in our lives, seeing friendship goals play out on our screens makes us all envious.
Popular culture has long been fascinated with the legends and myths surrounding King Arthur. These films and TV series indicate the enduring power of the Arthurian legend in all of its beauty and tragedy.
Athletes don’t always make the best actors, but great television writers know how to seamlessly weave them into storylines to make their cameos incredible, no matter how clear it is they didn’t go to Juilliard.
If there’s one genre that seems to excel at creating memorable villains, it’s fantasy. Partly, this is because films and TV series set in alternate universes have more latitude when it comes to what they can portray. The imagination can run wild, creating beings of almost unimaginable power.
Think of how boring The Simpsons would be without the back-and-forth between Bart and Lisa. TV siblings are what drive most shows into the hearts of fans all over the world. With that, it is time to celebrate the best TV siblings.
Wealth and power can bring out the worst in people, and there’s nothing more intriguing or addictive than watching the mess unfold. Whether in dramatic or comedic fashion, it’s a glimpse into another world, and audiences can’t seem to get enough.
Television in the new millennium evolved in more ways than one, including the array and abundance of Black characters TV fans watch weekly, stream, or even binge on a lazy weekend afternoon. So let’s get to it and celebrate the best Black TV characters of the 21st century so far.
In every cast, there's always a villain unafraid to get their hands dirty. Although seen as a bother to their co-stars, they play a critical role in keeping the show's storyline moving along. Flip through the gallery below to look at the most iconic villains in reality TV history.