It’s hard to fathom that today marks 12 years since Heath Ledger’s passing. On January 22, 2008, fans across the globe heard the devastating news that Heath Ledger was found unresponsive in his New York City apartment, at the age of just 28.
Leaving us a too short, but beautiful and immortal filmography.
If you’re a child of the 90s, such as myself, there’s a lot of little things you probably remember about that decade that brings out all the nostalgic warm and fuzzy feelings.
When it comes to sitcoms that focused on all the drama life has to offer, there’s no denying that the 90s offered up a whole slew of gems that are still beloved today. They taught us about love, loss, heartbreak... and one of those gems that made the greatest of impacts was Boy Meets World. Every character taught us something new, every week and, although he's an unlikely mention, that includes Eric Matthews.
It’s no secret that tabloids LOVE a good story. No, for real. They’re as subtle as a migraine when it comes to salivating over the juiciest new gossip in Hollywood. “But what happens when there is no new gossip to report on?” Ah! I’m glad you asked (let’s pretend you did for the sake of the article). Well, when there is nothing new to report, they make up their own stories! *hold for fake gasps.* It’s the truth, and they’ve been doing it for decades. So, all those magazines you see when you stop into your local grocer’s to pick up a carton of milk, telling you all about the latest divorce (that most likely won’t happen)—It's fake, and nearly every celebrity has had to endure it. One of those celebs is Johnny Depp.
With every new fall season, there is always the inevitable unknowing fate of which of our favourites will return, which new shows will find a place on our PVRs and, which ones just won't make the cut to live out their full season potential. And while yes, there have been many amazing series that have lived long and full lives, there have also been others who were fed dust when what they truly deserved was a meal or at the very least, an edible arrangement.