There are a few television shows that get cult following, they're timeless. There's Seinfeld, Friends, and of course Golden Girls. Now, you can celebrate your love for the girls next year on a themed cruise.
The fight is just beginning for one of Hollywood’s most revered comediennes. Veep and Seinfeld favorite Julia Louis-Dreyfus took the courageous step of announcing her own breast cancer diagnosis over Twitter, pivoting the discussion to healthcare as HBO answers questions about Veep’s final season.
Seinfeld is truly the gift that keeps on giving, whether bestowing all its episodes on modarn platforms like Hulu, putting Jerry and Elaine on the road together, or unveiling surprise stories of the past. Latest from the treasure trove is Jason Alexander’s explanation of Heidi Swedberg’s Susan Ross, whom the cast apparently hated working with, and conspired together to kill off.
Country Music icon Kenny Rogers has been associated with Chicken since his name has appeared on the 'Kenny Rogers Roasters' sign in 1991. Of course, thanks to a popular episode of Seinfeld in 1996, that was based around the restaurant's blinking sign, the Roasters' chain has been embedded in pop culture history.
I love seeing people using the new technology instead of complaining about how it's going to replace the old media. We're doing it in a big way here at Townsquare Media, and so is one of the greatest tv sitcom stars of all time
This may be one of my favorite "Daily Dilemmas", the callers were very fun and I think it's something we have all dealt with before. It's the "Seinfeld", fatal flaw. That one thing that just makes you want to break up with a person who otherwise is a great catch. Maybe it's a weird laugh, a bad dancer, or man hands.
"Dancing With the Stars" and its popularity have many of us talking about the ability or inability of celebrities to pull off fantastic dance moves. However, aside from "Dancing With the Stars," there are certain dances celebrities have done -- four to be exact -- I think will go down in history.