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Video: 'Blossom' cast reunion gets personal


Blossom reruns started airing on Hub Network this week (weekdays at 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. ET), and if the ’90s bug hasn’t bitten you, it could happen Friday night: The cast reunited for the first time in 20 years to film spots that will air during a three-hour marathon (starting July 11 at 9 p.m. ET).

We’ve got a few sneak peeks below at Mayim Bialik (Blossom), Joey Lawrence (Joey), Michael Stoyanov (Anthony), and Jenna von Oy (Six) reminiscing. Lawrence drops some trivia about his character name, which Bialik tops it by revealing who got her period first—her or Blossom. They also reveal their favorite episode (cue the Neil Patrick Harris cameo). READ FULL STORY

Rob Lowe, 'The West Wing,' and Monica Lewinsky star in the most '90s clip ever

Ahh, the Clinton era—what a time to be alive!

National Geographic’s forthcoming miniseries The ’90s: The Last Great Decade? promises to examine important, world-changing topics and events like the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, Desert Storm, the dot-com bubble, and The Rachel. It’s all narrated by Emmy nominee Rob Lowe, who’s got a few awesome ’90s stories of his own.

Chief among them: That time Lowe got on a plane right before filming the pilot for The West Wing and found himself sitting a stone’s throw away from Monica Lewinsky. Did the universe explode? Watch the exclusive clip below to find out.  READ FULL STORY

Rob Lowe to narrate Nat Geo miniseries 'The '90s: The Last Great Decade?'

National Geographic Channel is keeping Rob Lowe in the fold, enlisting their Killing Kennedy star to narrate the network’s new miniseries The ’90s: The Last Great Decade? The three-night event will dissect the decade’s highs and lows in politics, pop culture, and innovation.

Lowe starred as John F. Kennedy last fall in Nat Geo’s film about the president’s assassination, which became the network’s most-watched program. Earlier in 2013, he narrated The ’80s: The Decade That Made Us for NGC.

“No one has really examined the ’90s like this before, and I think viewers will be fascinated by the dramatic changes we’ve seen in even the small amount of time that’s passed since Y2K,” Lowe said in a press release for the series. READ FULL STORY


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