Windell D. Middlebrooks: Miller High Life Delivery Man Actor Dies At 36

Justin Burnell:

RIP Windell D. Middlebrooks. His acting legacy lives on.

Originally posted on Hollywood Life:

So very sad. Windell D. Middlebrooks, best known for his work in the Miller High Life Commercials and on ‘Parks & Recreation’ was found dead on Mar. 9. He was just 36 years old.

What a devastating loss. Windell D. Middlebrooks, who has appeared on countless television shows including Parks and Recreation, Cougar Town and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, died on Mar. 9. After being found unresponsive at his Los Angeles home, Windell was transferred to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead.

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Harrison Ford Seriously Injured In Scary Plane Crash

Justin Burnell:

May the force be with you. I hope he’s ok.

Originally posted on Hollywood Life:

Oh no! Harrison Ford was seriously injured after a small plane he was piloting crash-landed at a Los Angeles golf course. Is the ‘Star Wars’ actor OK? Here’s what we know.

How scary. Harrison Ford, 72, was seriously injured on March 5, when a small plane he was piloting took a nose dive and crash-landed at a Los Angeles golf course. The Star Wars actor survived the horrific crash, but he was rushed to a nearby hospital.

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Lifetime to Air The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell Story

Justin Burnell:

I’m not sure if it’s gonna be a good movie or sow thing but I will give it a try.

Originally posted on TVLine:

“Extracurricular activities” are about to take on a whoooooole new meaning.

Lifetime will go back to school this fall with The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell Story, a TV-movie that

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Everything mentioned from 2002 and 2003 in VH1’s ‘I Love the 2000s’

Justin Burnell:

2002 was the year that I became a crazy-ass teenager. 2003 was a good year for me.

Originally posted on PopWatch:

[ew_image url=”” credit=”” align=”left”]It’s been a dozen years now since 2002, but thanks to VH1’s I Love the 2000s, we can be reminded of what a great year it actually was. Serena Williams was the No. 1 tennis player in the world, Jennifer Lopez’s latest breakup was in the headlines, and zombies were the latest craze at the movies.

Clearly, much has changedin the worldsince then.

Of course, in all seriousness, VH1 also spotlighted plenty of other nostalgia-worthy phenomena hyper-specific to 2002 and 2003—like the return of the movie musical, Nelly’s evergreen musical reason to take your clothes off, and the Verizon ad campaign literally heard all over the world. Here’s a recap of what VH1 had to highlight.


The Wire

Blue Crush
28 Days Later
8 Mile

“Hot in Herre” – Nelly
“Soak up the Sun” – Sheryl Crow
“Superman” – Five for Fighting
“The Middle” – Jimmy…

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’24: Live Another Day’ Recap and Review: ‘6:00 PM – 7:00 PM’

Originally posted on Brittany Frederick:

24: Live Another Day

Is Kate Morgan going to realize that the tech support guy she’s talking to in the picture above isn’t Jordan Reed? Is Jordan ever actually going to turn up anywhere, or just wander around aimlessly? And which major character isn’t going to make it through the hour? The answers to these and other questions can be found in my recap and review of Monday’s 24: Live Another Day, “6:00 PM – 7:00 PM,” at Starpulse.

Click here to read my 24: Live Another Day recap of “6:00 PM – 7:00 PM” at Starpulse.

(c)2014 Brittany Frederick. All rights reserved. No reproduction permitted. Visit my official website and follow me on Twitter at @tvbrittanyf.

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Orphan Black Recap: Brave Little Girls

Justin Burnell:

Can’t wait the epic season two finale on this Saturday because it’s gonna intense and stuff.

Originally posted on TVLine:

We’re nearing the end of Orphan Black‘s sophomore season — nooo! — and this Saturday’s episode brought us a Helena showdown and one step closer toward saving Cosima.

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Casey Kasem: Radio Legend Dies At 82

Justin Burnell:

R.I.P. Casey Kasem

Originally posted on Hollywood Life:

So sad. Casey Kasem, a legendary radio DJ who hosted beloved shows like ‘American Top 40,’ passed away on June 15. He was 82 years old.

From being the voice of Shaggy in Scooby-Doo to founding and hosting famous radio show American Top 40Casey Kasem‘s voice was beloved by millions of fans. After a long battle with Parkinson’s disease, Casey passed away at the age of 82.

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Ruby Dee Dead at 91; Emmy Winner, Oscar Nominee and Activist

Justin Burnell:

It’s so damn sad to hear about her devastated loss. Ruby Dee was a great actress. My three favorite movies that she was featured was “American Gangster”, “Do The Right Thing” and “Jungle Fever”. RIP Ruby Dee.

Originally posted on TVLine:

Celebrated actress Ruby Dee “took her final bow” and died of natural causes on Wednesday at her home in New Rochelle, N.Y., her daughter Nora told The Associated Press. Dee was 91.

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Summer premiere dates: Find out when ‘Big Brother,’ ‘True Blood,’ and more return

Justin Burnell:

2014 summer TV season is just getting started. Those shows (new and returning) that I can’t wait to watch.

Originally posted on Inside TV:

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Summer is here! Here’s the lowdown on when you can expect your favorite shows to return (or your soon-to-be favorite shows to premiere) this year. Schedule your DVR accordingly with our handy calendar below:

MAY 28
So You Think You Can Dance (Fox)

MAY 29
NEW Undateable (NBC)

MAY 30
NEW Crossbones (NBC)
Mystery Millionaire (WeTV)

MAY 31
Sing Your Face Off (ABC)
Bet On Your Baby (ABC)

NEW Halt and Catch Fire (AMC)
NEW Return to Amish (TLC)
NEW Last Seen Alive (Investigation Discovery)
Food Network Star (Food Network)
Mountain Men (History)

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ABC Family’s Chasing Life: Will You Follow April’s Journey of Hope?

Justin Burnell:

Totally ejnoyed the show and the whole music. Great show to watch in summer.

Originally posted on TVLine:

April Carver (Unnatural History‘s Italia Ricci) has a lot on her plate right now. She just landed her first reporting assignment, she’s making progress with a new guy at work and any extra free time is devoted to making sure her family doesn’t completely fall to pieces. Oh, and one more thing: April has cancer.

RELATED | Chasing Life Star: ABC Family Series Is About ‘So Much More’ Than Cancer

That’s how we’re introduced to April in the first episode of ABC Family’s ChasingLife, which premiered Tuesday. After passing out at a blood drive, she spends an entire day dodging her doctor — who also happens to be her estranged uncle — until he finally confronts her outside her house. Her reaction is an understandable mix of fear and denial; she attempts to throw herself into her work, despite the severity of her diagnosis, until she eventually breaks down…

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