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"The Simpsons" has bid its final farewell to Edna Krabappel, Bart's teacher. The touching tribute to the late Marcia Wallace came at the end of Sunday's episode, "The Man Who Grew Too Much."
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Best Buy is a great place to shop for DVD and Blu-ray deals. There are always many sales each week.
7 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Sunday news has Mila Kunis fans drooling as they read about her flashy diamond ring, dress plans and a romantic elopement with Ashton Kutcher .
9 hrs ago | The Victoria Advocate
A long-awaited reunion finally took place 50 years to the day the Beatles first appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show."
13 hrs ago | DVD Verdict
The entire Griffith family returns for Family Guy: Volume Twelve ! Not a lot has changed for this dysfunctional nuclear family.
18 hrs ago | MLive.com
Comedian Lily Tomlin made her TV debut more than 40 years ago on a show that also featured James Brown, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and a Beatles music video.
You can measure Billy Eichner's success by the tweets he gets from fans requesting that he yell at them.
With the 1980 television series "Cosmos: A Personal Voyage," Carl Sagan excited a generation to stare at the stars that make up this universe in which we live.
It's a safe bet that if there's a joke to be made about popular culture, The Simpsons has probably beaten you to it.
In honor of the premier of Fox's new Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey series, this Sunday March 9, at 9:00 PM EDT, we've put together our favorite clips from the original series, hosted by the amazing Carl Sagan.
This image released by DreamWorks Animation shows Sherman, voiced by Max Charles, from left, Penny, voiced by Ariel Winter, and Mr. Peabody, voiced by Ty Burell, in a scene from "Mr Peabody & Sherman."
ON THIS DAY IN 1962: The Beatles made their TV debut on the BBC program "Teenager's Turn."
An attention-grabbing uncensored trailer for the new SPAMALOT and LORD OF THE RINGS-themed South Park video game from Tony Award-winning THE BOOK OF MORMON creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone is now available to view.
The actor and filmmaker will be on hand for two evenings of film and performance.
When Burns becomes tired of running the nuclear power plant, rumors abound that he is going to sell it off, causing the stock to rise.
With Michael Bay's " Transformers : Age of Extinction" fresh on everybody's minds, Shout Factory has done what any good business would do.
TONIGHT'S MUST-SEE: "The Neighbors," 8:31 p.m., ABC. Here is epic TV, comedy-style, with Bollywood-type musical numbers.