Happy 130th Birthday, William Frawley!I don't know what prompted me to see if there was some sort of anniversary date for the late character actor William Frawley, but there is this year. Frawley is best known as Fred Mertz from "I Love Lucy."
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: Spend Christmas With The Ricardos, Mertzes, and Petries!!This Christmas evening from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., CBS will rebroadcast the I Love Lucy Christmas Special and two colorized Dick Van Dyke Show episodes.
Deliver Us BalletThe actor that played Little Ricky on the iconic I Love Lucy show will be in Fort Worth this Friday with a very special ballet. JD Ryan is Around Town and he'll splain the connection.
Best Valentine's Themed TV Shows To Binge WatchStay home for Valentine's Day and binge some of these great romantic television shows.
Is 'Broad City' the 'I Love Lucy' for Millennials?Lucy and Ethel revolutionized friendship for a whole group of women on the verge of a societal change, and now Abbi and Ilana are doing the same thing on their Comedy Central show 'Broad City.'
Love Is On The Air!TV shows that were all love, all the time!
Ring In The Holidays With CBS' Merry ProgrammingCBS’ holiday programming promises to supply all the fun and entertainment you’re looking for this season and then some.
Remembering The "I Love Lucy" BabyEarlier this month, my assistant gave birth to a baby girl. First child. That triggered a memory of one of TV’s most successful television shows: I Love Lucy.
'I Love Lucy' Performance Comes To Fort WorthThere was a time when Saturday nights on CBS brought a certain redhead we loved into our living rooms. That redhead is returning to Fort Worth this weekend.
'I Love Lucy' Christmas Special To Air On CBSCBS has announced plans to broadcast two newly colorized episodes of the 1950s comedy, "I Love Lucy," including the memorable grape-stomping episode and the rarely-seen "Christmas Episode" this coming Christmas holiday.
Ken Foote’s Radio/TV Files: Is It Live Or Is It...Television technology has come a long way, with digital-quality pictures and sound. But when TV started, it was, in some ways, very primitive.