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Wheel of Fortune has been on the air for a very long time. Pat Sajak has been running the series since 1981, giving him a lot of time to see weird and sometimes wonderful things happen on the series.
For years now, Comcast has been at the bottom of the corporate rankings in terms of customer satisfaction. Sadly, it doesn’t seem as if the cable giant is willing to do what it needs to do in order to gain better approval ratings in a day and age when some families are flocking from basic cable packages.
You can see video footage of the potential bomber thanks to Fox 45 reporter Shelly Orman and more from this crazy, Baltimore-based story.
The Price is Right has been on the air for a long time, but even now that Drew Carey has capably replaced Bob Barker, there’s at least one thing that hasn’t changed about the show over the years: its audience.
ESPN is known for hiring analysts who are either informed, energetic or both. However, every once in awhile, a talking head on ESPN doesn't bring that same level of energy. Usually, it's because there's a very serious topic being discussed. In the case of Brian Windhorst, however, it was because he may have fallen asleep. Watch the moment, below.
Here at CinemaBlend we’ve seen a lot of bad contestants on Wheel of Fortune in the past. However, once in a blue moon an epic contestant will come out of the woodwork to totally dominate the competition
It’s Wednesday, or Hump Day or Empire return day, whatever you’d prefer us to call it. We’ve been scouring the interwebs to bring you news and landed upon this video of early morning TV hosts trying to discuss a hair product that, well, looks like something very different.
Porn Parodies of TV and movie projects have been all the rage in recent years, and sometimes those porn parodies are the weirdest. Case in point: this week the trailer for the new porn parody of Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time dropped, and it is pretty wild.
We’ve seen the likes of Flavor Flav and many others tackle the green screen and give us the local weather, and now former WWE star Chris Jericho has taken on the task. It's pretty great.
The "What Does The Fox Say?" guys totally duped a slew of individuals. Watch what happens when a bunch of people are stuck in an Ikea model for quite some time with no hope of getting out.
TV often offers opportunities--like water cooler--moments to bring fans together. However, it’s not often that TV shows bring couples back together after one has been pronounced dead. Here's what happened.
Occasionally an awesome moment can come out of devastation, and that’s exactly what happened when the local news was caught off guard by a dog on a lawn mower while filming a recent segment in Malakoff, Texas after a storm.
Memes have been spawned. Halloween costumes have been created. In short, The Most Interesting Man In The World has become an intriguing part of pop culture in the United States. But today, he is being retired.
Live news bloopers are often humors, but a recent incident was anything but funny when a reporter was nearly hit by a car in the middle of his broadcast. He was lucky to escape with his life, and the near-catastrophe is astonishing to watch. Check out the close call!
Police have to deal with a ton of different shenanigans on a routine basis, but there was nothing routine about a recent high-speed pursuit in Redding, California. And yes, it involved the Scooby Doo van.