Paris Hilton made our list this week, as did Lisa Kudrow's appearance on Cougar Town and Better Off Ted's advances in popcorn technology.
With the Arrested Development movie officially in development and a second Sex and the City flick in production, the Hollywood remake machine is shifting its focus to television. Here are a few shows we'd love to see on the silver screen.
How I Met Your Mother revolves around the idea that the main character, Ted Mosby, is telling his children the story of how he met his wife. So far, that story has taken more than four years to tell. There's been lots of hinting and foreshadowing, but obviously The Mother has yet to be revealed. And now we don't care anymore.
Can you believe that Friends premiered 15 years ago on NBC? To celebrate the show's momentous anniversary, check out this exclusive interview with James Michael Tyler, who played our favorite Central Perk employee, Gunther:
AS JENNIFER ANISTON MAKES THE PUBLICITY ROUNDS FOR HER LATEST FILM, SHE ADDRESSES THE QUESTION OF A "FRIENDS" MOVIE...READ MORE
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Courteney Cox is returning to television after a short hiatus, starring in a new comedy pilot for ABC appropriately titled Cougar Town. The pilot is being executive produced by Cox and Bill Lawrence, the head honcho over at Scrubs and former Cox collaborator as a writer for Friends.