TV Guide Network will look at the monumental moments that have affected today's television landscape in a five-part series starting Sunday.
Among the biggest: Janet Jackson's Super Bowl "wardrobe malfunction," the Van Doren "Quiz Show" scandal, and how reality shows such as Survivor and American Idol launched a new genre.
Journalists such as Tom Brokaw discuss the debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon, the O.J. Simpson trial and the birth of CNN. Larry King explains how his talk show paved the way for the...
Michelle Williams says she still can't find meaning in the death of her former fiancé Heath Ledger.
In her first network TV interview since the actor's death in 2008, Williams tells Nightline's Cynthia McFadden that she's "found meanings around the circumstance, but the actual event...I still can't find it."
Is there an anchor in the house? An ABC spokesman tells TVNewser.com that Nightline (Weeknights, 11:35 pm/ET, ABC) anchor Cynthia McFadden fell down some stairs in New York's Penn Station yesterday afternoon and was unable to anchor last night's show. Coanchor Martin Bashir was brought in, but he cut his head on something hanging over the World News set and required stitches. So much for Plan B.But the show must go on. Luckily, Terry Moran, the third member of the three-anchor rotation, was nearby and was called in about an hour before the broadcast. He got through the show unscathed. McFadden is expected back in the anchor chair tonight. Bashir is recovering from his injury. J.R. Whalen