I'm probably in the minority as someone who was an avid Slamball viewer. Most people who have heard of Slamball think of it as only basketball with a trampoline, but it's much more than that. Slamball emphasizes speed, precision, and power into one insanely entertaining 20-minute event. While the sport couldn't capitalize on its initial popularity in the early 2000s, it would thrive if it was brought back today.
Game shows are making a comeback. We know that we're currently living in the era of reboots and while we continue to have the classic staples of Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune, shows like Match Game, Cash Cab, and Double Dare have returned with new episodes. With apps like HQ Trivia getting over a million viewers a night, there's clearly a demand for game shows. If this trend continues, networks will look for more classic game shows to reboot. Here are the five best game shows that need to return.
Eli had been in depressed for days. His wife wanted to have a child more than anything, but obviously, it could never happen. It didn't matter how many times Eli explained to his wife that it was impossible for them to have a child, she pestered him incessantly to find a solution.
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Chicago Fire is in the middle of its sixth season and it's showing no signs of slowing down. The show follows the lives of the firefighters and paramedics at Firehouse 51. The majority of the main cast has remained the same throughout the show's run, however, some key members have left the show. While some characters get mentioned again after their departures, others are almost completely forgotten. Here's a look back at those characters that left 51.
It's often hard for a new channel to stick out on YouTube. YouTube's algorithm tends to cater to their bigger channels, so it's difficult for a new up and coming channel to find their footing. The Valleyfolk managed to buck that trend in a big way. Within the first 24 hours of their new channel, The Valleyfolk have over ninety-three thousand subscribers, made it to #4 on YouTube's trending page, and have almost 3,500 backers on their Patreon. So what is this channel and how did it become so successful so quickly?