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From ‘Superbad’ to ‘Princess Bride’: Virtual Reunions Bring Beloved Casts Together to Amplify Election Voices

During a year unlike any other, Hollywood has found that these virtual reunions are both an innovative and nostalgic route to raise money for candidates.

‘Happy Days’ Stars to Reunite for Wisconsin Democratic Fundraiser

Henry Winkler's Fonzie will reunite with his 'Happy Days' cast this Sunday to raise funds for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin — home state of the iconic sitcom. 

Thomas L. Miller, Legendary Producer of ‘Family Matters’ and ‘Full House,’ Dies at 79

Thomas L. Miller, the legendary producer behind ABC's "TGIF" comedies 'Family Matters,' 'Full House,' 'Perfect Strangers' and 'Step by Step,' has died of complications from heart disease. He was 79…

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Henry Winkler (‘Barry’)

The TV icon opens up about overcoming his debilitating dyslexia to land the part of "The Fonz" on 'Happy Days' (and then 'jumping the shark') and following 'Arrested Development' and 'Parks and Rec'…

Henry Winkler Poses Happily With “The Fonz” Statue in Milwaukee

The actor tweeted a photograph of his visit on Tuesday.

Scott Baio Defends RNC Speech, Embraces Trump Backlash: “I Don’t Care” (Q&A)

"I still think he's going to win ... I think the silent majority is about done with this crap," Baio says of the GOP presidential nominee.

Robin Williams’ ‘Happy Days’ Episode to Air Friday

"My Favorite Orkan" will air twice on the Hub Network

Henry Winkler Recalls Robin Williams’ ‘Happy Days’ Debut

The actor behind Fonzie talks with THR about keeping a straight face during Williams' first major TV role

Banff to Honor Henry Winkler With Tribute

The actor, director and producer who played the Fonz in the classic U.S. sitcom "Happy Days" will receive an award of excellence at the Canadian Rockies event.

‘Happy Days’ Reunion: Garry Marshall Heads to Scott Baio’s Comedy (Exclusive)

He'll guest star as the father to the actor who played Chachi during an episode of "See Dad Run" directed by his son, Scott Marshall.

CBS, FamilyNet Settle Lawsuit Over License Payments on ‘Happy Days,’ ‘Family Ties’

The lawsuit alleged that the family-minded TV network now owned by ComStar stopped paying syndication fees on old shows.

CBS, ‘Happy Days’ Cast Settle Royalties Lawsuit

The settlement, which will pay each cast member about $65,000, comes only ten days before a trial was scheduled to start.