Call the Midwife

Initially Call the Midwife was a memoir written by Jennifer Worth, later it was called Call the Midwife: A True Story of the East End in the 1950s. The book was published in 2002 and a few years later when it was reissued it became a best seller. The BBC’s TV show based off of Worth’s book[…]

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What Every Period Drama Series Gets Wrong About Historical Fashion

When any TV show tackles a historical time period, there’s always going to be some allowances made for historical accuracy—whether it’s because of the budget or because the storyline demands it. But there are some particular historical inaccuracies that show up time and time again in historical TV shows, not because they are impossible to[…]

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There Are Literally 42 New TV Shows Based on Comic Books Coming Out—Here are the Must-See Selections

Comic books are big right now—very, very big. Just how big, you ask? There are 42—yes, count them, 42!—TV shows based on comic books currently in development. And that’s just the titles revealed as of summer 2015! Who knows, there may be even more comic book TV shows waiting in the wings. The spike in[…]

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The Untold Secrets of Reality TV

It’s not exactly a secret that reality TV isn’t exactly reality—but just how far from real life do these reality TV shows go? Many fans of reality TV shows are willing to admit that any reality show will be a little fake simply due to the nature of filming, but what the producers of these[…]

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Bob’s Burgers

Loren Bouchard created Bob’s Burgers for Fox. The American animated sitcom debuted January 9th, 2011, and since then there have been five seasons and 88 episodes. The series began developing at Fox on August 6th, 2009, and in December of that year Fox ordered a 13 episode first season. Wilo Productions and Buck & Millie Productions replaced Bento[…]

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What We Know About Fox’s GREASE LIVE! So Far

The immense success of NBC’s live musical airing of The Sound of Music in 2013 has led to a revolution—or should we say “re-“-revolution—in television: networks are once again choosing to air live musicals in the hopes of grabbing great ratings and reviews. The trend is not new—live musicals were considered status quo holiday viewing[…]

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