After several months of promising that I would continue my Where Are They Now series with an article on the popular television series Everwood. Here it is…
Like my last article of the ‘Where Are They Now’ series, I am hoping that this will be just as popular with my readers as the 7th Heaven one. Much like that article I would like to know why you’ve come to read this, so help me out and answer a very quick poll and then I will get right into it.
Been a busy bee lately, had no time to myself to even contemplate in posting stuff. I have however, been keeping an eye the amount of visitors I have been receiving on a daily basis, and have noticed that the amount people visiting my post on Where are they now: 7th Heaven is increasing again.
I am so glad that you are visiting my site to get the information you need on this great show, but I would very much appreciate it if you would take the time and respond to my poll below, so I can gather some understanding as to why you visited that particular story today.
If you are looking for the Where are they now: 7th Heaven story, then please follow this link.
If you haven’t already noticed by now, under the section headings to the right of this article is a section on what I am currently watching on television, listening music wise and what book I might be reading at this present time.
Anyways, one of my favorite TV shows at the moment it Rookie Blue, if you haven’t already seen it (or even heard of it) go check it out, you won’t regret it. Below I will give you a brief synopsis of the show and its characters, and some great news I only learned today which is probably old news by now, but its better late than never I always say.
Hi Guys, I know it has been a long time since I last posted anything, same excuse as before ‘simply been really busy with other things’. Plenty of things to come… I promise this time…
… unfortunately this post is going to be another quick post to let you know about a new program I have been watching on the Internet. It is TableTop by Wil Wheaton.
The (Internet) program is about playing… surprisingly table-top games. In the latest episode Wil introduces us to the American board game “Ticket to Ride”, which is also available for iOS Devices as well (speaking of which – Thank you Wil, ever since you made a note that this game was available for the iPhone, I can’t put it down, which means I get no work done, and my readers suffer, thanks maan). Anyways, the latest episode stars Colin Ferguson (star of Eureka), his wife Anne and their friend Amy.
I really is great fun to watch and you will get a good laugh out of it as well.
Ticket to Ride – with Wil Wheaton and Colin Ferguson
I am little bit behind on this one. Back in February the TV Series Finale site reported that the Fox Network would be ending the medical drama House M.D. in May of 2012. The series is currently in its eighth season, and is one of my all time favorite TV programs to watch, one of those rare programs that I have watched since the very first episode. I will grant you however, they left House M.D. in a rather strange position at the end of the seventh season, and it is certainly not the same without Lisa Edelstein’s character Dr Lisa Cuddy.
I am probably a little slow off the mark with this post, but for those of you who enjoy the bad jokes and constant antics of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, you will pleased to learn that Top Gear has return to British screens.
You can see Episode 01 on BBC iPlayer Here and catch up with subsequent episodes from there.
7th Heaven written by Brenda Hampton, was the longest-running family drama in television history, beating both Little House on the Prairie and The Waltons. It was also the show that had the longest-running producer, Aaron Spelling.
First things first, it has been a while since I have last updated this blog, and I apologize for the lack of posts over the last week. This has been due to a very busy few days, so much going on.
Today I am introducing a(-nother) new category of postings to this blog… It is called ‘Where Are They Now’ or W.A.T.N. for short. I am going to take a television program that was extremely popular at the time, from the last forty or so years including the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and the 2000’s, that is unlikely to be on the air as re-runs around the world now, and do a short write up on what the program was about, and then do a small biography of each of the characters and the actors that played them, and after a little bit of research in to each of them, letting you know what they have been up to since the show ended.
I have a few television shows on my list that I will be publishing over the next few weeks, but if there is a television program that you remember watching in the years mentioned above and would like to know what has happened to the actors from that show, then let me have your suggestions in the comments below.