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Fred Silverman &#8211 Visionary Television Executive/Producer Responsible for The Love Boat The Jeffersons &#038 More &#8211 Passes Away Age 82

Fred Silverman – Visionary Television Executive/Producer Responsible for "The Love Boat", "The Jeffersons" & More – Passes Away, Age 82

Silverman was the first and only executive to creatively run CBS, ABC, and NBC - known not only for his uncanny instincts when it came to knowing which show would be a success but also understanding the importance of creating programming blocks duirng primetime nights.[caption id="attachment_1155115" align="alignnone" width="1200"] Fred Silverman / Archive of American Television[/caption]● During[...]


Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Jimmy Kimmel Norman Lear Discuss All in the Family The Jeffersons Influence [VIDEO]

'Live in Front of a Studio Audience': Jimmy Kimmel, Norman Lear Discuss All in the Family, The Jeffersons Influence [VIDEO]

To prove his point and remind viewers that classic television is timeless, Kimmel is teaming with television icon Norman Lear and executive producers Brent Miller, Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Justin Theroux for Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s ‘All in the Family’ and ‘The Jeffersons.’Airing live on Wednesday, May 22, on ABC, the 90-minute prime-time event[...]


Funko Round-Up: Fortnite ACDC Attack on Titan Spider-Man and More

Funko Round-Up: Fortnite, ACDC, Attack on Titan, Spider-Man, and More!

Welcome to the Funko Round-Up! In this edition: The Jeffersons gets the Funko treatment, Attack on Titan gets more Pops, tons of new Pop Rocks are on the way, a new version of Spider-Man, and Fortnite is taking over Funko Let's take a look.[gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="956758,956759"]First, classic television show The Jeffersons will be getting[...]


All In The Family And Other Classic Sitcoms Eyed For Reboot

All In The Family And Other Classic Sitcoms Eyed For Reboot

 CBS already has a new Odd Couple and is eyeing the Honeymooners.Variety has an interview with Norman Lear where he says there has been talk of rebooting All in the Family, The Jeffersons, Maude and Good Times with today's stars The idea would be to redo select classic episodes in six-episode batches.Well, I have something[...]