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TV, Myself, and I (Part I): The Four Factors of Televisual Familiarity

By Christopher M. Rzigalinski

The intimacy of watching television is different than bonding with movies or music. Whenever I enter new periods of confusion in my life, I make it a point to rewatch the The Graduate (1967) or blast the electric “I-don’t-give-a-fuck” Live 1966 “Royal Albert Hall” version of Bob Dylan’s “ 699 more words


On January 2 Gabrielle Carteris was born...

On January 2, 1961 Gabrielle Carteris was born. She is best known for her portrayal of Andrea Zuckerman on the 90’s television series “Beverly Hills, 90210,” which also starred Shannen Doherty, Jennie Garth, and Tori Spelling. 56 more words


Holidaze movie review

Gotta get that International Job, right? Just open that Streetsville store and it’s all yours!  “International Job!”  “Streetsville!”  “Melody!” Christmas! Wait, it’s Thanksgiving? I’m sure this movie is going be about Christmas at some point… Although at the start, it’s not even Thanksgiving yet! 317 more words

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'90210' Cast Pays Tribute To Ailing Shannen Doherty

CHICAGO (AP) — “Beverly Hills, 90210” cast members are paying tribute to ailing co-star Shannen Doherty.

Doherty is being treated for breast cancer and didn’t take part in a “90210” reunion panel at the Rewind Convention in Chicago over the weekend. 190 more words


On October 4 "Beverly Hills, 90210" made its television debut...

On October 4, 1990 “Beverly Hills, 90210” made its debut on Fox and began its 10 season run. The show followed the lives of a group teenagers as they dealt with the issues of high school, as well as the transition into young adulthood. 134 more words


90210 Behind the Scenes

Drew has to show Mike this 90210 special because how insanely corny and fake Ian ziering acts about himself and his character.


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Drew And Mike

On May 17 "Beverly Hills, 90210" went off the air...

On May 17, 2000 “Beverly Hills, 90210” went off the air after 10 seasons.

The young adult drama series, produced by Aaron Spelling’s company Spelling Television, followed the lives of a group of friends in Beverly Hills as they navigate high school, as well as college. 92 more words

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