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  1. Legendary TV Director James Burrows Reveals Secrets Behind 'Friends,' 'Will & Grace,' 'Cheers'

    9:55 am 2/18/2016

    On the eve of an NBC tribute that reunited the 'Friends' cast (minus one), the veteran who has directed 1,000 television episodes talks about a network exec's reaction to the 'Will & Grace' pilot ("Too many gay jokes"), why Ross and Rachel had to break up, and who nearly starred in 'Cheers.'Read more

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  2. Hollywood's 100 Favorite TV Shows: 'Modern Family' Cast Re-Creates 'Cheers' Ensemble

    12:00 pm 9/16/2015

    “I don’t feel I really deserve to be wearing this," said Ty Burrell, dressed as Ted Danson's Sam Malone.Read more

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  3. Roger Rees, Star of 'The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby,' Dies at 71

    10:26 pm 7/10/2015

    A veteran of the London and Broadway stage, he abruptly left 'The Visit' in late May. The actor also was known for playing stuffy Englishman Robin Colcord on 'Cheers.'Read more

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  4. Where to Watch Six Classic Thanksgiving TV Shows (and One Movie)

    6:25 pm 11/27/2014

    Feast on 'Friends,' 'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Gilmore Girls' and moreRead more

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  5. 'Seinfeld' Headed to Canadian SVOD Project Latte

    5:00 am 11/21/2014

    Bell Media grabs first-time streaming rights to the cult sitcom from Sony Pictures TelevisionRead more

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  6. 'Cheers' Reunion Grows: George Wendt Joins Kirstie Alley Show (Exclusive)

    2:55 pm 6/14/2013

    He'll guest star on an episode of the TV Land comedy, joining Alley and co-star Rhea Perlman.Read more

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  7. Irish Studio Prepping Local Version of Comedy Classic 'Cheers'

    2:40 am 12/21/2012

    Dublin's Sideline Productions inks deal with CBS to re-work the sitcom classic into an Irish language version for 2014.Read more

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  8. 21 Steps to Sitcom Success From a Top Comedy Showrunner

    10:00 am 11/8/2012

    Ken Levine, of "Cheers" and "M*A*S*H" fame, spills his secrets to THR -- including hiring writers who bathe, not abusing assistants and (guffaw!) listening to your actors.Read more

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