1980s Male Models – Where Are They Now?

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What is a definition of masculinity? Or, more intriguingly to Fashion Reverie, what today characterizes the appearance of a top male model. Male models in earlier eras, particularly the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, resembled highly gorgeous actors in appearance. Up until the arrival of renowned fashion photographer Bruce Weber, the really good-looking … Read more

Top 5 Episodes of The Big Bang Theory

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One of the best sitcoms of the 2010s, The Big Bang Theory, ran for 12 seasons and 279 episodes, which is a long and significant amount of time. The Big Bang Theory’s first several seasons, like many comedies, focus on establishing who the characters are and setting up character arcs and recurring … Read more

Top 5 Episodes of ‘I Love Lucy’

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There was so much to like about the 1950s: poodle skirts, drive-in cinemas, and, naturally, I Love Lucy. The legendary sitcom aired on CBS for six seasons, making a total of 180 episodes. While many of them were entertaining, there were a few that fans preferred over others. Here are the top … Read more

Top 5 Sitcoms of the 2010s

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One of the primary uses of TV is marking time. Popular shows that capture the public’s attention are often topical. They can also define eras more meaningfully by staying in the public consciousness long enough to evolve with, respond to, and even influence the world around them. In the previous decade, TV … Read more

Top 5 Episodes of the Sitcom ‘The Facts of Life’

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The Facts of Life, an American tv sitcom produced by Jenna McMahon and Dick Clair, aired on NBC from August 24, 1979, to May 7, 1988, marking it as one of the longest-running sitcoms of the 80s. The show follows Edna Garrett (Charlotte Rae) as she becomes a housemother (and, starting from … Read more

Top 5 Tv Shows to Binge Watch

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Over the last decade, there has been a fundamental paradigm shift in the way we consume media. It happened in small steps: from TiVo and VOD to the rise of streaming networks; these are all critical advances in reshaping how we approach sequential storytelling genres. Also, there was the rise of smartphone … Read more