he Talk Celebrates Florence Henderson 's 80th Birthday With a Brady Bunch Reunion
Here's the story of a lovely lady! The great Florence Henderson turns 80 on Valentine's Day and the CBS Daytime hit The Talk will get a jump on the festivities with an hour devoted to the actress and her classic 1970s sitcom, The Brady Bunch. Airing Thursday, Feb. 13 (2 p.m./ET, 1 p.m. CT/PT), the special episode will reunite Henderson, who played mama Carol Brady, with costars Christopher Knight (Peter), Mike Lookinland (Bobby), Susan Olsen (Cindy) and Barry Williams (Greg). Ann B. Davis (Alice) and Eve Plumb will deliver special videotaped messages to mark Henderson's milestone.
Suburgatory returned this past Wednesday after a 10-month hiatus and down two cast members — three if you count fan-favorite recurring guest Parker Young — but creator Emily Kapnek insists that fans shouldn't be worried about the future of Chatswin.
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Hostages star Toni Collette credits The Brady Bunch with helping her to perfect her American accent.
"Back in Australia we have a lot of American television programs, which is probably why I 'm OK at doing an American accent — I think it's from watching too much TV," Collette tells us in her celebrity Watchlist video. "One of them was The Brady Brunch. Every afternoon after school, "Marsha, Marsha, Marsha."
The Brady Bunch
Family ties bind us. We invite TV dynasties into the middle of our full houses (upstairs, downstairs) for happy days and good times. Watching married-with-children characters one day at a time becomes an all-in-the-family affair for the wonder years and brings about home improvement. That's why modern families matter and can take us to seventh heaven.
Brady Brunch reunion
Here's the story ... of a Brady Bunch reunion!
Three of the original Brady cast members -- Barry Williams (Greg), Christopher Knight (Peter) and Susan Olsen (Cindy) — returned to Kings Island in Mason, Ohio over the weekend, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of an episode the show filmed there in 1973, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The Brady Bunch
One of television's most famous families may be returning!
CBS is developing a reboot of The Brady Bunch produced by Vince Vaughn, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The original series...
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Florence Henderson looks back at her enduring and seemingly sunshiny showbiz career in Life Is Not a Stage: From Broadway Baby to a Lovely Lady and Beyond, out September 20. The self-proclaimed "Mother of the Mullet" from The Brady Bunch also gives up some tawdry secrets about her personal life. Here are a few juicy nuggets.
Sherwood Schwartz, the Emmy-winning creator of Gilligan's Island and The Brady Bunch, has died. He was 94.
Schwartz died Tuesday of natural causes in his sleep, surrounded by his family, TMZ reports.
A New Jersey native, Schwartz got his start writing for Bob Hope's radio program in 1939 before ...
Florence Henderson is no Carol Brady.
The 77-year-old actress, who portrayed the Brady Bunch matriarch, says she got crabs after a fling with former New York City Mayor John Lindsay in the 1960s.
In her new memoir, Life Is Not a Stage, Henderson says...