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Tonight, KMOS-TV features programs related to the 40th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, the war that defined generations.

At 8:00, "The Draft" - Race, class, culture - the draft in the 1960s and 1970s was a lightning rod that lit up every schism in American society

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‘Full House’ Unauthorized Movie Coming Soon to Lifetime

On the heels of Netflix’s plan to revive classic sitcom Full House with, uh, Fuller House, comes news that Lifetime would also like to cash-in on your nostalgia with an unauthorized Full House movie. Similar to last year’s underwhelming The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story, the new project will take you behind the scenes of the sitcom to tell you all those sordid stories about Comet the Dog that you’ve been dying to hear.

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Hilarious ’80s and ’90s News Bloopers Are Perfectly Timeless

Times change and people change and but one thing that will never change? News bloopers being funny.

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How ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Abruptly Killed Off an Important Character and Enraged Its Fanbase

Last night, Grey’s Anatomy fans were heartbroken and shocked to discover that one of their favorite, most enduring characters would be killed off in the newest episode — hours before it even aired. Thanks to a mistake made by Entertainment Weekly, the death of Patrick Dempsey’s Dr. Derek Shepherd (aka “McDreamy”) was well-known before audiences had the chance to watch the episode. That should have taken some of the sting out by allowing them to prepare for the tragic, abrupt death of Shepherd, but instead it only served to exacerbate outrage.

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Sawyer Sweeten, Star of ‘Everybody Loves Raymond,’ Dead at 19

A sad day for fans of Everybody Loves Raymond and the world at large, as the family of series star Sawyer Sweeten has confirmed news that the 19-year old passed away Thursday of a suspected suicide, in Texas. The young star and his twin brother Sullivan had played Raymond sons Geoffrey and Michael Barone from 1996 to 2005.

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Courtesy of theseniorvoice.com

Do You Remember…

A star of television is celebrating his 76th birthday.  If you're old enough to remember his character name of Colt Seavers, you get one star.  If you remember his second TV character name of Steve Austin, put up another star

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‘Black Mass’ Trailer: Johnny Depp Reminds You He’s a Great Actor

It wasn't long ago that Johnny Depp, a highly respected actor, starred in the first Pirates of the Caribbean and became a huge A-list star. But, instead of taking his newfound fame (and wealth) and using that to star in some more challenging roles, he’s starred in a bunch of Pirates sequels, Tim Burton movies and Mortdecai. Had Johnny Depp lost his touch?, people asked. If this new Black Mass trailer is to be believed, no. Absolutely not.

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Did You Know…

Charlotte Rae, celebrating her 89th birthday, is our "Did You Know" subject today. Did you know that in her six decades of television she is perhaps best known for her portrayal of Edna Garrett in the sitcoms Diff'ren

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‘Inside Amy Schumer’ Tackles ‘Friday Night Lights’ and Rape Culture

Amy Schumer had a sparkling enough day with yesterday’s official Season 4 renewal of Inside Amy Schumer, and all before anyone managed to catch the Season 3 premiere. Many a highlight are making the round, but none so spot-on and hysterical as Inside Amy Schumer’s Friday Night Lights parody, “Football Town Nights.”

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10 ‘Mad Men’ Facts to Advertise Your Sterling Trivia Knowledge

Mad Men will close the doors of Sterling-Cooper for good in just a few weeks' time, but did you know that the Emmy-winning AMC prestige drama was written in 1999, and rejected everywhere until 2006? Or that an episode paid a cool $250K for a single Beatles song? These are just some of the Mad minutes awaiting you in the third episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which clears the smoke to pitch you some fresh facts about Mad Men!

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