Airing right after Super Bowl XXII in 1988, the much-hyped pilot for 'The Wonder Years' made an immediate impression. After just six episodes the show was awarded an Emmy for Best Comedy Series, and its 13-year old star Fred Savage became the youngest ever performer to be nominated for Best Actor in a Comedy Series.
The college drama 'Felicity' was J.J. Abrams' first foray into television. The show starred Keri Russell as the show's titular character, and it was a hit for the WB among young viewers when it debuted in 1998.
Then ratings fell in 1999, a dip many critics and network executives attributed to Russell's new much shorter hairstyle. Eventually Russell's golden locks grew back and the ratings rebounded, allowing the show to last for four seasons -- one for each year of college.
Remember 'The Rocketeer?' The movie, which was based on the graphic novel by Dave Stevens, was somewhat of a flop when it came out in 1991, but the tale of a handsome 1930s era test pilot (Billy Campbell) who uses a rocket suit to fight Nazis and mobsters has become somewhat of a cult classic over the years.
In keeping with the '90s trend of turning classic literature into MTV-friendly teen rom coms, 'She's All That' is a modern-day adaptation of the George Bernard Shaw play 'Pygmalion,' set in a high school.
World War II veteran John Potter is in the process of being evicted from the Zaleski, Ohio house he built 56 years ago. But the villain of this story isn't some heartless bank bureaucrat. Instead it's Potter own daughter, Janice Cottrill, who's using the power of attorney that Potter had given to her to throw her father out on the street.
It's hard to imagine 'New Girl' star Zooey Deschanel as anything besides a wide-eyed, manic-pixie dream girl who just wants to spread good vibes and quirkiness.
Which is why folks in Dallas must've been a bit confused on Friday when the local Fox affiliate fingered Deschanel as a suspect in last week's tragic Boston Marathon bombing. "He is 19 year old Zoey Deschanel," read the caption, which was meant to refer to the now captured Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev.
How would you describe your face? That's the premise of a new video from Dove, which features a number of different women explaining their facial attributes to a forensic sketch artist who can't see them.
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