The Brady Bunch is one of those seminal sitcoms from decades ago that still resonates today, even through all its cheesiness and synthetic clothing. Believe it or not, this year marks the 50th anniversary of the original series, and to celebrate, CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment are giving The Brady Bunch the ultimate box set release.
The Brady Bunch 50th Anniversary TV & Movie Collection not only has all five seasons of the original series, but it also includes the TV movie sequels, the less than thrilling spin-off shows, the feature film spoof adaptations, and more. This is the ultimate Brady Bunch box set that every fan out there has been waiting for. Read More »
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the classic sitcom The Brady Bunch. To celebrate, HGTV has something special in store for fans who have been waiting for some kind of reunion.
HGTV rounded up all six of the Brady kids from the original series to renovate the real house used for the exterior of the family home. And you’ll get to see how it all unfolds because HGTV is turning it into a special series that will air sometime later this year. Get a look at the HGTV Brady Bunch reunion below. Read More »
This hits just keep on coming this year with Hollywood losing beloved names in entertainment. David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Gene Wilder, Anton Yelchin and many more have left this world, and sadly on this holiday weekend, we’re mourning the loss of a TV icon.
Florence Henderson, best known for playing the lovely lady with three girls of her own on the classic family sitcom The Brady Bunch, has passed away at age 82. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, July 31st, 2012 by Angie Han
The Collinses came back this summer in the form Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows. The Munsters are gearing up for a small-screen return with Bryan Fuller’s Mockingbird Lane at NBC. But it’s not just monstrous retro families that are making a comeback. The Brady Bunch is now poised for a revival at CBS, with Vince Vaughn on board as co-developer and executive producer.
That the network is eager to reintroduce an old hit isn’t surprising, and you’d be forgiven if your knee-jerk reaction was to roll your eyes and pound your fists. However, this do-over actually sounds more promising than most: Mike Mariano, writer and producer of Raising Hope and My Name is Earl, is on board to write the script. More details after the jump.
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In honor of Valentine’s Day, TV Squad created a three minute supercut montage of both contemporary and classic television characters kissing. Hit the jump to watch the video.
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