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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?

By Allison Troutner

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

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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.

By Jessica Balanzategui

What do you get when you make an astronaut and his robot pals watch some of the worst movies ever made? Comedy gold, that's what. Find out how much of a diehard you are with our "Mystery Science Theater 3000" quiz!

By Mark Mancini

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

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.

By Nick Steinberg

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Can you say, "amazing"? Here are five facts about the real Mister Rogers that may surprise you.

By Kathryn Whitbourne

Celebrate 50-plus years of capers, masks, Scooby Snax and extra-large sandwiches by taking our spook-tacular quiz.

By Mark Mancini

Disney+ launches in early November and will give Netflix and other streaming companies a run for their money.

By John Donovan

'Parks and Recreation' aired its final episode in 2015, but if you're still fantasizing about the waffles at JJ's Diner or quoting the Swanson Pyramid of Greatness, this quiz is for you.

By Mark Mancini

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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

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

There was much more to Desi Arnaz than playing Lucy's Cuban bandleader husband, Ricky Ricardo, on "I Love Lucy."

By Michelle Konstantinovsky

They have a date for when they'll deliver the last DVD, too.

By Melanie Radzicki McManus

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His name is Caroll Spinney, and he's been bringing these beloved 'Sesame Street' characters to life for nearly 50 years.

By Bryan Young

From West Bev to college and beyond, the "90210" actors and their characters got up to some serious high jinks. How much do you know about the classic teen soap now getting a reboot?

By Alia Hoyt

Netflix's hit docuseries has it all: cult leaders, sex, biowarfare and illegal wiretapping. The one thing it's missing: a happy ending.

By John Donovan

Few people have had the impact of Steven Bochco, whose long-game storylines and gritty characters redefined TV dramas. Take our quiz to learn more about this famous small-screen writer and producer.

By Nathan Chandler

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"The Flintstones" were a modern Stone-Age family, but were they early predecessors of Homo sapiens or Neanderthals?

By Bryan Young

There are strategic reasons writers and creators of huge TV shows like 'Breaking Bad' and 'Game of Thrones' are splitting their seasons into two, shorter segments.

By Michelle Konstantinovsky

Do producers of shows like "Seinfeld" and "Louie" think comedians wouldn't respond to different names? Or that the audience wouldn't?

By Dave Roos

"The Simpsons" is famed for its biting humor and lovable, eccentric characters. But what makes the record-setting show so special?

By Ed Grabianowski

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Public broadcasting in the U.S. is divided into NPR for radio and PBS for TV. Both have been on the air for years and remain popular, amid recurring calls for government defunding. Here's why.

By Melanie Radzicki McManus

"Schoolhouse Rock!" was never just a cartoon. It taught kids of the '70s and '80s about everything from American history and multiplication to grammar and science, without them really knowing it.

By Danny Bonvissuto