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JFK’s Assassination 55 Years Later: How Hollywood Experienced That Tragic Day

The assassination of President John F. Kennedy 55 years ago, on Nov. 22, 1963, transformed television, creating the blueprint for all-hours news cycles and information-sharing viewers see today. For

‘Taxi’ Turns 40: A Wild Ride Down Memory Lane With the Cast and Creators

'Taxi' turns 40: Co-creators James L. Brooks and Dave Davis as well as director Jim Burrows and stars including Danny DeVito, Marilu Henner, Christopher Lloyd, Tony Danza, Judd Hirsch and Carol Kane…

‘Cheers’ Finale at 25: Untold Stories From Inside the Writers Room

THR reassembles the room with creators Glen and Les Charles, among others, on the anniversary of the memorable series finale.

‘Seinfeld’ Finale at 20: Hidden Tales From the Vault of a Comedian’s Bizarro World

THR gains access to more than 70 hours of previously unreleased interviews with the cast, creator and those involved as the former NBC comedy celebrates 20 years since its series finale.

‘The Bob Newhart Show,’ 40 Years Later: An Oral History of TV’s Game-Changing Comedy

Cast, creators and celebrity admirers including Judd Apatow, Rosie O'Donnell, Jimmy Fallon, Sarah Silverman and Conan O'Brien reflect on the iconic show's origins, its impact on television and…

‘M*A*S*H’ Stars Recall the Heart and Humor of David Ogden Stiers

The actor who played Major Charles Emerson Winchester III died Saturday.

Memories of ‘M*A*S*H’: Inside Stories of the Most Famous Episodes (and Castings)

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the series finale, the stars and crew share some of their favorite memories.

‘M*A*S*H’ Finale, 35 Years Later: Untold Stories of One of TV’s Most Important Shows

Thirty-five years after ending its 11-season run, the cast and creators behind the CBS military comedy look back on one of the most beloved shows in TV history.

‘Laugh-In’ at 50: How the Comedy Helped Elect Nixon and Set the Stage for ‘SNL’

On the 50th anniversary of its premiere, creator George Schlatter reflects on the revolutionary comedy hour that launched the careers of Goldie Hawn and Lily Tomlin, gave birth to late-night…

Norman Lear on How ‘All in the Family’ Gave Birth to Political Sitcoms

The acclaimed comedic writer and one of the latest recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors reflects on his pioneering sitcom and the birth of political satire on primetime comedy television.

‘The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour’ at 50: The Rise and Fall of a Groundbreaking Variety Show

Steve Martin, Rob Reiner, brothers Tommy and Dickie Smothers and more look back on their experiences transforming TV comedy with the innovative and controversial series.