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What's the Difference Between Closed Captioning and Subtitles?
Disney Is Diving Into the Streaming Wars
Desi Arnaz: Ricky Ricardo and a TV Pioneer Too
11 Canceled Shows That Helped Shape Reality TV
HBO's 'House of the Dragon' Inspired by Real Medieval Struggle
Time to Get Real: The Secrets of Reality Shows Quiz
The storyline of HBO's "House of the Dragon" reflects the real obstacles facing women who aspired to exercise royal authority in medieval society.
By David Routt
Although it's debatable how "real" these shows actually are, they still fascinate the masses. How much do you know about the behind-the-scenes filming of reality TV programming?
By Alia Hoyt
Though the terms closed caption and subtitles are used interchangeably, the two are quite different. Do you know the distinction?
Foreign and foreign-language TV shows are making the crossover to American audiences in a huge way. Here are some must-sees.
By Mark Mancini
The "Squid Game" series is Netflix's most popular ever. But content from the super-violent show, which is rated TV-MA, is popping up on platforms targeting kids.
Generations have grown up watching "A Charlie Brown Christmas." But what does baseball legend Willie Mays have to do with this beloved animated special?
By Mark Mancini
How I Met Your Mother, which ran on CBS for eight seasons from 2005 to 2014, is really the tale of two sitcoms; there’s the good How I Met Your Mother, which invests in the misadventures of a lovable group of friends living in New York City (that should sound familiar), and there’s the bad […] The post Goliath’s Favorite Episodes Of ‘How I Met Your Mother’ appeared first on Goliath.
By Jim Halden
Netflix and Disney+ aren’t the only game in town when it comes to streaming services in Canada. There is also CraveTV, which has many great shows that are well worth your time. While it may be nowhere near the top of the mountain when it comes to streaming services in the Great White North, CraveTV […] The post The Shows That Make CraveTV Worth Having appeared first on Goliath.
By Jack Sackman
We’d like to think that when Obi-Wan Kenobi tells Luke Skywalker that he’d never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy than Mos Eisley Spaceport, he was really talking about the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Of course, as any Game of Thrones fan will tell you, some of the show’s best characters are […] The post Game of Thrones: The Most Poorly-Developed Characters Of Westeros appeared first on Goliath.
When Andy Samberg left Saturday Night Live in 2013 to star in a new police procedural comedy from Dan Goor and Michael Schur, few could have predicted it would turn into one of the best sitcoms of the decade. Over the course of six-and-counting seasons, Samberg and an incredible ensemble cast comprised of Andre Braugher, Stephanie […] The post The Funniest Episodes Of ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ So Far appeared first on Goliath.
Can you say, "amazing"? Here are five facts about the real Mister Rogers that may surprise you.
Curb Your Enthusiasm allowed Larry David (co-creator of Seinfeld) to step in front of the camera in a starring role and gain a larger footprint in the mainstream media. The show provided a platform for David to present all of his twisted, hilarious ideas in a mature setting that Seinfeld did not allow. Airing on […] The post The 10 Best Episodes Of Curb Your Enthusiasm appeared first on Goliath.
By Colin Anderson
Stranger Things has become a phenomenon ever since it first hit Netflix in summer 2016. With at least four seasons planned, the horror-tinged, ’80s-set series isn’t going away anytime soon. One of the show’s most endearing qualities is how it wears its inspirations on its sleeve. Series creators Matt and Ross Duffer are upfront with […] The post Lesser-Known Facts About Stranger Things appeared first on Goliath.
Based on a British comedy of the same name, NBC's 'The Office' won five Emmys in its nine-season run. And thanks to Netflix, the show's has a new generation of viewers. Test your knowledge of the Dunder Mifflin gang with our quiz.
By Mark Mancini
Ever since it’s debut in 2016, Stranger Things has become one of Netflix’s most unique and highest-rated original series the streaming service has ever created. With that mind and season 4 set to return sometime in 2021, it got us thinking about other successful (and not so successful) Netflix originals developed over the years. From […] The post The 40 Highest and Lowest Rated Netflix Original Series appeared first on Goliath.
By Riley Jones (@moviemanjones)
James Holzhauer is breaking records on the much-loved quiz show with a killer combination of trivia smarts, buzzer-savvy and a gambler's instincts.
By Alia Hoyt
They have a date for when they'll deliver the last DVD, too.
His name is Caroll Spinney, and he's been bringing these beloved 'Sesame Street' characters to life for nearly 50 years.
By Bryan Young