Here is more classic "live and local" TV from years past, and it's non other than Bozo the Clown! Bozo's Big Top ran for many, many years on WZZM TV13, and was a part of so many children and their families lives. Who doesn't remember being on the Bozo Show and in the …
Plenty of familiar Iron Fist names were floated throughout the casting process, though several seemed to fall by the wayside as production got underway. Now, not only has a major Iron Fist character been confirmed for a stealthy Season 1 appearance, but said star is already eying a Season 2 return.
A Michigan Veterinarian, Dr. Pol, is celebrating his 100th episode for his #1 TV series on NatGeo Wild! The Incredible Dr. Pol follows Michigan vet Dr. Jan Pol, who travels around Michigan taking care of all kinds of pets and animals.
If you're a Detroit Lions fan, you're used to the jokes. Yeah, yeah, we're aware we've never played in a Super Bowl. Somehow though, we keep the faith. It's just what Lions' fans do... even when TV shows like 'The Simpsons' take a shot at our Detroit Lions…
Michigan fared pretty well on season 16 of Fox's cooking competition, "Hell's Kitchen". Last night, February 2nd, Traverse City sous chef Kimberly Ann Ryan won $250,000, and the head chef job Yardbird Southern Table & Bar at the Venetian in Las Vegas!
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will be in the national spotlight beginning Monday, Feb. 6, as the Outdoor Channel showcases the law enforcement work of DNR conservation officers on its television series Wardens.
In 2014 Sophia Putney-Wilcox of Kalamazoo survived an attack from her ex-boyfriend. On Saturday, the 19-year-old's story will be featured on CBS' 48 Hours, in a program called Live to Tell: Sophia's Secret, MLive reports.
Today on Segment 16, the guys talk sports, players, and Free Beer's buying of more sports team gear. They want him to embarrass himself with teams he doesn't like, having him wear their gear like he's a fan.
Stars of MTV's show Catfish, Nev Shulman and Max Joseph, have been spotted around Saginaw this week. According to MLive, the hosts were seen at a house in the area today and confirmed that a show was being filmed for season six and will feature "Saginaw people."