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Listen to 100 theme songs played on a guitar in 11 minutes!
November 13th, 2017 under TV Scripted Prime Time. [ Comments: none ]

One of my biggest complaints about TV today is that they stopped using theme songs for the most part. The tunes at the opening of a program can make a memorable show even more memorable. You hear The Jeffersons theme and you are transplanted to a deluxe apartment in the sky or you picture an hourglass if you hear theme from Days of our Lives or the snap of two fingers makes you want to watch The Addams Family. The one thing they all have in common is that happy feeling you get when you hear them. Even a snippet of the Animanics theme makes you want to smile. Therefore imagine 100 of them combined together? They give us a history of television unlike any thing else we have heard before. No matter how stressful your day is, this video of Joe working his finger magic for Reverb will make the stress slip away every time he plays a chord.

BTW you can totally tell Joe is a child of the ’90s because of the songs he chose from that era, it is all cartoons and Nickelodeon.

Finally, I discovered this video thanks to Me TV who airs a lot of the shows whose theme songs he played.


The networks are going pick up crazy
March 6th, 2010 under TV Scripted Prime Time. [ Comments: 1 ]

The TV season is still two months from ending, but that isn’t stopping the networks from picking up some of their shows early! The CW is bringing back Smallville for an 10th season! NBC is sticking with all of their Thursday night comedies because 30 Rock, Community and The Office are joining Parks and Recreation with early renewals. Hollywood Insider is reporting that Fox has picked up Fringe for a 3rd season ending the mystery if it will be back in the fall. Finally Showbiz 411 says that Brothers and Sisters will be back in fall, but without Rob Lowe. Personally I wish ABC would have announced that they were bring back V and FlashForward, but at least Fox announced that Fringe is coming back.


TV’s biggest mistakes
January 22nd, 2010 under TV Scripted Prime Time. [ Comments: 1 ]

Moving Jay Leno to primetime is TV’s biggest mistake according to Entertainment Weekly, but it isn’t the only one. EW has listed 49 others and I agree with the ones that Dalton Ross told CBS’s Early Show about. I know I gave up watching Felicity when Keri Russell cut off her hair and I wasn’t the only one. I am still pissed that Fox cancelled Family Guy even though they brought it back. Shelly Long and David Caruso were idiots to leave their hits shows for failed movie careers. Event though I had high hopes for Caveman, it was possibly one of the worst shows ever made.
Although I can’t find the full list, five huge TV errors that are not included in that segment are The Sopranos finale, the Seinfeld final episode, The CW not renewing Everwood, CBS cancelling Moonlight and Fox’s reality show Who’s Your Daddy?. What other blunders do you think TV executives have made in the past?


My Little Pony coming back to TV
November 16th, 2009 under TV Scripted Prime Time. [ Comments: 1 ]

Hasbro and Discovery are launching a kids channel and looks like My Little Pony will be their first venture together for the network according to The Hollywood Reporter. The two have been looking for which show would win the race and after the huge success of My Little Pony: Twinkle Wish Adventure on Disney, the Little Pony that could became the front runner. I wonder if Hilary Duff is going to audition? Sorry I couldn’t resist.
Last week there were rumors that Jem and the Holograms might be coming back, I wonder if Hasbro is considering bringing it back for their new channel too? I really hope so because Jem was truly outrageous!!!


The PaleyFest08 details announced!
February 4th, 2008 under TV Scripted Prime Time. [ Comments: 1 ]

The PaleyFest08 schedule is as follows—­please note that events/participants are subject to change:
Elvis ’68 Comeback Special 40th Anniversary Celebration
Friday, March 14 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Priscilla Presley, Steve Binder (Producer/Director), and Bones Howe (Producer). Additional panelists to be announced.

Pushing Daisies
Saturday, March 15 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Kristin Chenoweth (“Olive Snook”), Bruce Cohen (Executive Producer), Bryan Fuller (Creator/ Executive Producer), Dan Jinks (Executive Producer), Swoosie Kurtz (“Lily Charles”), Peter Ocko (CoExecutive Producer), Lee Pace (“Ned”), and Barry Sonnenfeld (Director/ Executive Producer). Additional panelists to be announced.

The Comedy World of Judd Apatow and Friends
Monday, March 17 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Judd Apatow with special guests, personally selected by Mr. Apatow, from his television and feature film projects.

Tuesday, March 18 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Adam Baldwin (“John Casey”), Chris Fedak (Executive Producer), Joshua Gomez (“Morgan Grimes”), Scott Krinsky (“Jeff”), Sarah Lancaster (“Ellie Bartowski”), Mark Christopher Lawrence (“Big Mike”), Zachary Levi (“Chuck Bartowski”), Julie Ling (“Anna”), McG (Executive Producer), Ryan McPartlin (“Captain Awesome”), Vik Sahay (“Lester”), Josh Schwartz (Executive Producer), and Yvonne Strahovski (“Sarah Walker”).

Friday Night Lights
Wednesday, March 15 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Zach Gilford (“Matt Saracen”), Jason Katims (Executive Producer), Jesse Plemons (“Landry Clarke”), Jeffrey Reiner (Executive Producer), and Aimee Teegarden (“Julie Taylor”). Additional panelists to be announced.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Reunion
Thursday, March 20 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Amber Benson (“Tara Maclay”), Nicolas Brendan (“Xander Harris”), Emma Caulfield (“Anya”), Eliza Dushku (“Faith”), Seth Green (“Oz”), James Marsters (“Spike”), Michelle Trachtenberg (“Dawn Summers”), Joss Whedon (Creator). Additional panelists to be announced.

Dancing with the Stars
Friday, March 21 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Tom Bergeron (CoHost) and Samantha Harris (CoHost). Additional panelists to be announced.

Gossip Girl
Saturday, March 22 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Penn Badgley (“Dan Humphrey”), Chace Crawford (“Nate Archibald”), Amy Kaufman (Producer), Bob Levy (Executive Producer), Blake Lively (“Serena van der Woodsen”), Leighton Meester (“Blair Waldorf”), Taylor Momsen (“Jenny Humphrey”), Kelly Rutherford (“Lily van der Woodsen”), Stephanie Savage (Executive Producer), Josh Schwartz (Executive Producer), Matthew Settle (“Rufus Humphrey”), Jessica Szhor (“Vanessa Abrams”), Ed Westwick (“Chuck Bass”), and Cecily von Ziegesar (Author). Additional panelists to be announced.

Monday, March 24 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Noah Bean (“David Connor”), Rose Byrne (“Ellen Parsons”), Glenn Close (“Patty Hewes”), Ted Danson (“Arthur Frobisher”), Tate Donovan (“Tom Shayes”), Anastasia Griffith (“Katie Connor”), Željko Ivanek (“Ray Fiske”), Glenn Kessler (CoCreator/Executive Producer/Writer), Todd A. Kessler (CoCreator/Executive Producer/Writer), and Daniel Zelman (CoCreator/Executive Producer/Writer).

Dirty Sexy Money
Tuesday, March 25 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Greg Berlanti (Executive Producer) and Craig Wright (Executive Producer) with the cast and the creative team of Dirty Sexy Money.

PaleyFest08 Series Premiere: Tracey Ullman’s State of the Union
Wednesday, March 26 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Troy Miller (Executive Producer/Director), Gail Parent (Executive Producer), Tracey Ullman (Creator), and Bruce Wagner (Executive Producer).

Mad Men
Thursday, March 27 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Matthew Weiner (Creator/Executive Producer) and the cast of Mad Men.

PaleyFest08 Premium ticket packages will go on presale Monday, February 4 through Wednesday, February 6, 2008. Individual tickets will go on sale to Paley Center Members on Thursday, February 7, 2008. Individual tickets will become available to the general public beginning the following Sunday, February 10, 2008. For Paley Center Members, ticket prices are $50 and $35 per event. For the general public, tickets are $60 and $45 per event.
PaleyFest08 Premium ticket packages presale window from Monday, February 4 at 9:00 a.m. PT through Wednesday, February 6 at 5:00 p.m. PT via TicketWeb at or call TicketWeb toll-free at (866) 468-3399 (service charges apply)

I can’t believe that Sarah Michelle Gellar isn’t doing PaleyFest08, what a b!tch!
Seriously if you are in LA during the time one the shows you watch is doing the festival I highly recommend that you go because they are really fun and interesting! I can’t tell you all the interesting facts I learned from going to the PaleyFest nights in the past!

UPDATE: Sarah Michelle Gellar is confirmed for the Buffy the Vampire Slayer reunion!!!


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