Here’s 10 Memorable Trees From TV, Happy Arbor Day!

Tree

Arbor Day is this Friday, so in honor of this tree-hugging holiday, here’s ten memorable trees as seen on TV. To celebrate, why not fire up the DVD player, Netflix, or whatever you use and watch one of these shows. And then turn off the TV and go plant a tree. No seriously, that would probably be a better way to recognize the day.

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Channel to Watch: Viceland

Channel to Watch: Viceland

Viceland TV Channel

The idea of having a go-to channel to find new TV shows is a waning experience from a bygone TV viewing era, but that doesn’t mean it’s not useful to know where you can find new and interesting TV shows. Your HBOs and AMCs are certainly good places to start, but there’s hundreds of channels out there, and VICELAND is one of them.

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5 Times 90s Children’s Television Was Too Real

5 Times 90s Children’s Television Was Too Real

Sesame Street Goodbye Mr Hooper

Like any other kid who grew up in the 90s, my TV diet mainly consisted of Nickelodeon, Saturday morning cartoons, ABC’s TGIF block of programming, and the occasional free preview of the Disney Channel. Needless to say most shows were filled with slime, hijinks, hugs, laugh-tracks, and catchphrases, but every now and then an episode would drop a real life truth bomb on you. Here’s five episodes that chipped away at my childhood innocence.

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Spring 2016 TV Premieres, Finales, and More

Spring 2016 TV Premieres, Finales, and More

Spring TV 2016

It’s April, which means we’re in the homestretch of the traditional broadcast TV season. And for cable networks and streaming sites, it’s just another month to program, so needless to say there’s a lot of shows coming and going right about now. Without further ado, here’s a spring TV survival guide with premier and finale dates, renewal and cancellation information, and more.
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When Showrunners Exit: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

When Showrunners Exit: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

Nashville on ABC

Earlier this week news broke that Nashville’s current showrunner would be replaced by Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick. Now on one hand this is good news for Nashville fans since it seems to indicate that a fifth season is likely; however, handing over the reins of a TV show can seriously alter the tone of a show, for better or worse.  

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Kick Ass Stuntwomen on Television

Kick Ass Stuntwomen on Television
Bethany Levy stunts

Photo: Bethany Levy

With an abundance of superhero-based TV shows and other action series currently airing, more and more female characters are kicking ass and taking names. And behind every badass women, is another even more-badass women – their stunt double.

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4 Creative Takes on ‘Case of the Week’ Storytelling

4 Creative Takes on ‘Case of the Week’ Storytelling

Friday Night Dinners Gilmore Girls

Many TV shows employ some level of self-contained storytelling in each episode. Hence the familiar case of the week, patient of the week, monster of the week, and mystery of the week formulas. While this form of storytelling is tried and true, see any Dick Wolf production, that doesn’t mean it can’t be spiced up every now and then.

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