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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
R.I.P. Clarence Gilyard, James Trivette on 'Walker, Texas Ranger,' Theo in original 'Die Hard'
After 15 straight years on network television, Gilyard stepped back from acting to teach theater and screen acting at the...
The overlooked second roles of TV's greatest Western stars
Zeb, Nichols and Hec are not quite household names.
Remember when Shatner Claus surprised the LAPD with a Christmas Day feast?
The actor stopped by to give his thanks to those working on Christmas Day
A single colorized episode of 'Wanted: Dead or Alive' cost nearly $20... in 1986
It may not have been the best quality, but for $20, you could see the blue eyes of one Steve McQueen in color!
Here's why James Garner didn't renew his contract with Warner Bros.
"I remember my lawyer asking, 'do you want a new contract, a raise, or do you want out?' I said I want out."
The star and the director of the 1961 'Combat!' pilot died in separate helicopter accidents 30 years later
Former colleagues Vic Morrow and Boris Sagal perished within months of each other.
Christopher Reeve's Superman cape sold for nearly $200,000
Other costumes sold were worn by Leonard Nimoy and Patrick Stewart
How the scrawny Olan Soule became the voice of Batman for a generation
Only Olan Soule could play a superhero and a geek.
Holy microscope! Here are 19 little details you never noticed in 'Batman'
Gotham's secret alter ego is St. Louis.
Before 'JAG,' David James Elliott popped up on TV as ballplayers, dishwashers and movers
He played a love interest on both 'Melrose Place' and 'Seinfeld.'
5 sharpshooting facts about Cheyenne
Ever wondered how many times Cheyenne ACTUALLY took off his shirt?
14 facts about Star Trek actor turned director Jonathan Frakes
Find out his biggest directing mistake.
The 12 coolest, craziest contraptions MacGyver ever made
Mac hacks were the original life hacks.
12 Trek stars on their favorite episodes
Do you agree with Shatner or Stewart?
R.I.P. John Aniston, star of Days of Our Lives and father of Jennifer Aniston
Best known for his three-decade run on Days of Our Lives, John Aniston also appeared in classic television and on Broadway.
8 fascinating facts about LeVar Burton
Gene Roddenberry personally sought out Burton.
8 minor goofs you might not have noticed in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'
Have you seen all these little goofs on 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'?
10 minor goofs you never noticed in 'Star Trek'
They'll still make ships out of wood in the 23rd century.
Cher almost played the Borg Queen in 'Star Trek: First Contact'
Do you believe in life after assimilation?
9 things you never knew about MacGyver
The '80s action classic used hockey tickets to diffuse bombs, cast Teri Hatcher in a rock opera, borrowed footage from a classic...
8 dusty, forgotten Westerns from 1980s television
Not even Shaft, the Rifleman and a Baldwin could make these a hit.
William Shatner was confronted by Nichelle Nichols' eight-year-old son the first time they met
The inauspicious meeting happened after Nichols got in a car accident on the way to her brand-new Star Trek job.
James Garner believed that there's a massive responsibility in television
The 'Maverick' star believed that television is one of the three most important inventions ever made.
Ted Cassidy helped Gene Roddenberry play a prank behind the scenes on Star Trek
As the frightening android Ruk, Cassidy helped Roddenberry deal with an annoying salesman.
From New York to Los Angeles and across the globe, celebrity and advertising photographer Michael Grecco has always pushed the boundaries
Grecco, also known as 'the master of light,' has never shied away from an opportunity to be different.
5 high-rolling facts about Vega$
Learn something new about a show with a whole lot of cool.
8 bone-chilling Star Trek episodes
Bring in the spooky season with some of the spookiest episodes across the Star Trek franchise!
10 times Star Trek actors played the villain
Sometimes even the good guys go bad.
8 DC Characters who made their screen debut on Batman 1966
The 1966 show introduced many of Batman's biggest rogues and allies to the screen.
Minnesota high school students made a Batman fan film just a few months after the show premiered in 1966
It's one of the earliest amateur Batman films ever made.