We discover whether the classic 1964 Christmas special was written the way it was because the screenwriter couldn’t find a copy of the popular book on which it was based.
This week, learn whether the 1980s sitcom 227 actually shared a set with Sesame Street!
We take a look at how a teenager was enlisted by his director father to write “the stupidest song ever,” resulting in a classic movie and TV theme.
This week, we examine whether there was a failed She-Hulk TV pilot that would’ve been Bill Bixby’s final appearance as David Banner.
The classic family drama ended with Walnut Grove being destroyed. But why did Michael Landon do it?
This week, discover whether Bryan Singer had to use digital effects to reduce the size of star Brandon Routh’s crotch in Superman Returns.
Every week on the hit TV series Scorpion, we hear about Walter O’Brien having the fourth-highest IQ ever recorded. But is that really true?
As the World Series finishes tonight, we reveal how the evil team owner in Major League was originally intended to be the hero of the classic baseball film.
This week, learn whether the iconic Ghostface mask was really discovered in an abandoned house during location scouting for the first Scream.
This week, we learn whether then Sen. Barack Obama really had Saturday Night Live pull a political sketch in 2008.
This week, we learn the truth of whether Tusk filmmaker Kevin Smith wrote a decoy script for the Warner Bros. sequel.
This week, we look at whether How I Met Your Mother worked star Jason Segel’s insult of the series into an episode.