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How MacGyver finally got his name
The story of MacGyver's Colton Brothers
Don Johnson came up with the idea for Nash Bridges to help out a friend
Even People Who Worked on ‘House’ Didn’t Realize Hugh Laurie was English
Chuck Norris told Sheree J. Wilson she got the part on Walker, Texas Ranger during a movie they filmed together
Before they were TV co-stars, they were movie co-stars.
Partners in Crime featured two of the biggest pin-ups of the 1970s… but flopped
A former Wonder Woman and WKRP star teamed up to solve crimes.
7 actors you didn’t know played werewolves
Robert Picardo, Chuck Connors and… June Lockhart?
Catherine Bell was originally only supposed to have three lines on JAG
When the series switched networks, Catherine Bell switched characters.
Let's look at 33 adorable cats on classic TV shows
Who says you can't herd cats? We rounded up a bunch.
5 hard-kicking facts about Walker, Texas Ranger
It's based on a movie! Sort of...
The all new Day Shift on H&I
Punch in with The Day Shift on H&I!
Steve McQueen got Chuck Norris into acting
He trained both Steve McQueen and Bob Barker in martial arts!
11 TV show remakes that are more highly regarded than the movie
From 12 O'Clock High to Friday Night Lights, which do think is better — the movie or the show?
Should Monk have kept the original theme song?
There's an inside joke hidden in two Monk episodes referring to the absolute fan fury unleashed when Randy Newman's song replaced...
The most haunting episodes of classic TV Westerns
One of Rawhide's scariest episodes is also a fan favorite.
Chuck Norris convinced Bruce Lee to change up his kicks
The two friends once sparred until 4 in the morning.
William Shatner's scifi series to receive animated show
His line of books has received comics, trading cards, movies, and a live-action show — and now it's going into the animated...
R.I.P. Jean Hale, the Mad Hatter's moll on Batman who married Dabney Coleman
She twice played an accused client of Perry Mason. She was 82.
The 10 best TV shows set in the great state of Texas
We count down our favorite Lone Star State series, from cowboys to comedies.
Quark actor Armin Shimmerman once pitched an animated Ferengi series
The concept was developed, but the studio "didn't want a space cartoon show".
Richard Dean Anderson used 144 swiss army knives throughout MacGyver
One man's tool is another man's toy.
Walker, Texas Ranger joins the H&I lineup on October 18th
Chuck Norris kicks his way into the H&I lineup!
5 forgotten television appearances by the legendary Bruce Lee
His iconic "be like water" speech came from an obscure Seventies detective show. Lee also crossed paths with Raymond Burr...
Richard Dean Anderson saved his arch-nemesis from snakes on MacGyver
The MacGyver villain wasn't the biggest fan of snakes.
Nana Visitor once wanted to be Captain Janeway
"I said, 'I can do both!' … I don’t know what I was thinking."
Sharona's mother on Monk is the kind teacher who ''betrayed'' Carrie
In her first role ever, she's singled out by Carrie who brutally slays her in the horror movie's most iconic scene.
R.I.P. Don Collier, a real rancher who landed starring roles on 'The High Chaparral' and 'Outlaws'
The true cowboy later appeared in a memorable bubblegum commercial. He was 92.
Commander Riker was originally forbidden to smile
Being Number One is serious business.
R.I.P. Michael Constantine, star of ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ who appeared all over classic television
He played Principal Kaufman in Room 222 and guest starred in Perry Mason, Gunsmoke, The Twilight Zone, The Fugitive, Hogan’s...
Pamela Anderson never wore sunscreen on the set of Baywatch
The actress didn't like the chemicals going into the ocean.
Lynda Carter's 1978 album is pure soft rock gold
Wonder Woman was on top of the world when she released 'Portrait.' Dig into the music career of Carter.
Maverick skewered Gunsmoke in a hilarious spoof titled ''Gun-Shy''
Marshal Mory Dooley was a spot-on parody of Marshal Matt Dillon.
R.I.P. Eddie Paskey, Lt. Leslie and Star Trek regular
He defied the redshirt curse and appeared in more episodes than Sulu or Chekov.
A biopic of ''Star Trek'' creator Gene Roddenberry is in development
The story of the man behind Star Trek will be produced by his son.
Your best #AllStarTrek tweets from the week of August 16
Might need to get that checked out.