Saved by the Bell (4 seasons, 1989-1992)Hayley Mills (Miss Bliss), Max Battimo (Mikey Gonzalez), Heather Hopper (Nikki Coleman), T.K. Carter (Mylo Williams), Joan Ryan (Miss Tina Paladrino)Last seen: Before Saved by the Bell even began.What “happened”: If you ever catch a rerun of Saved by the Bell one Saturday morning, you might stumble on a show that seems wildly different from the one you know. Zack isn’t really the main character; there’s more focus on Miss Bliss, his put-upon teacher — except that Miss Bliss never appears in Saved by the Bell. While SBTB takes place in Bayside High School, California, the Miss Bliss season — which was actually created as a completely different show — takes place in John F. Kennedy Junior High in Indianapolis, Indiana.What happened: Welcome to Good Morning, Miss Bliss, the 1988, 13-episode Disney Channel show that preceded the series you know and love. When NBC picked up the rights to Miss Bliss, the show … [Read more...] about What Happens When Actors Leave High-School-TV Shows?
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“I filed for divorce from Revenge by the third episode of the 2nd season. Maybe it’s the fact that it was moved to Sundays, a night with much better shows on and I needed to leave room on the DVR for gems such as Dexter and Walking Dead. I found myself so unattached from the storyline I was once glued to, the introduction of that Aidan character bored me to death and somewhat confused me. I will not even use the summer to catch up with where I left off, bon voyage Emily Thorne.” —Commenter sixdegrees … [Read more...] about Vulture Readers on What TV Shows They Divorced
Susanna Reid Good Morning Britain viewers were left perplexed as to why Susanna presented the show after co-host Piers Morgan revealed he had been tested for COVID-19. Many asked why she was not in self-isolation as well. Susanna asked their resident medic, Dr Hilary Jones, whether it was fine for her to be in the studio. Dr Hilary explained: "Well, remember that the symptoms are well defined as to why people should self-isolate. I spoke to Piers yesterday and he doesn't have symptoms normally associated with COVID-19, but as he said, out of an abundance of precaution he has taken the test." … [Read more...] about TV stars breaking social distancing rules: Holly Willoughby, Alex Jones, Ruth Langsford and more
The other important part of these shows is the judging, and the more obscure the skill set, the more direct and fascinating the judging seems to be. Ink Master and Face Off are probably the best in that arena: The judges are incredibly hard on contestants, pointing out tiny details and making constructive suggestions. That tattoo should face towards his chest, not towards his armpit, they say. Mustache hair does not grow like that; you’ll have to apply that fake wizard beard all over again. For all the professional experiences of the panel on American Idol, they have never given any musical advice that isn’t something novices at home wouldn’t notice themselves. (You were not singing the right notes, for example.) But on these other, better shows, the judging is largely guidance-based, and not just for the contestants. Thanks to Top Design, I turn my nose up at rooms that are under-accessorized. (Get a plant in there for a pop of green, sheesh.) After Shear Genius, I … [Read more...] about Skill-Based Contests Are the Best Kind of Reality TV
She told the Express: "I have seen some [gardens] that I've gone, 'Oh my goodness why are we doing this one?' Recently we had one that did just look like a car park and you think, 'Oh…' because you don't really know what's under the concrete." She added further: "We have had a few horrors or ones that are on huge slopes. For us, access is a problem so it's a bit of a problem when you have to get things through the house. That's always amusing… Not!" … [Read more...] about Garden Rescue: Charlie Dimmock reveals one MAJOR problem with BBC show