‘Happy Days’ turns 50

On January 15, 1974, Happy Days debuted on ABC, meaning Garry Marshall's beloved sitcom is celebrating its 50th birthday on Monday. Set in 1950s Milwaukee, the show centered on Ron Howard's Richie Cunningham, his family and his friends, including Anson Williams' Warren "Potsie"... Read More.

Badabing: ‘The Sopranos’ turns 25

HBO's Emmy-winning mafia series The Sopranos launched on the premium cable network on this date back in 1999.The winner of 21 Primetime Emmy Awards, the David Chase-created show starred the late Emmy winner James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano, an anxiety-riddled family man who is... Read More.

Robert De Niro turns 80

Legendary actor and new dad Robert De Niro turns 80 years old on Thursday, August 17. Born in the Greenwich Village neighborhood in New York City in which he still lives, the man considered to be one of the greatest actors of his generation began appearing onscreen... Read More.

Alabama riverfront melee: 4th suspect turns herself in, police say

(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) -- Police say a fourth suspect in the Riverfront Park melee turned herself in on Thursday. Charges were originally filed against three white boaters who allegedly assaulted a Black ferry co-captain in Montgomery, Alabama, on Saturday.According to the Montgomery Police Department, 21-year-old... Read More.

Ryan Reynolds turns ALF into a pitchman for everything

Though his company Maximum Effort, Ryan Reynolds has given a new job to a throwback '80s TV star: ALF.The furry, wisecracking alien life form from the planet Melmac who appeared on his eponymous NBC sitcom that ran from 1986-1990 can be seen in new... Read More.