Reno ! It is a mockumentary -style parody of law enforcement documentary shows, specifically Cops , with comic actors playing the police officers. A revival of the series premiered on May 4, on the streaming platform Quibi , which was renewed for an additional season the show's eighth on September 3, The show is a direct satire of the Fox Broadcasting Company reality legal series Cops which follows actual police officers through their daily duties, such as chasing criminals, and intervening in domestic disputes.
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Whatever Happened To Kevin Sorbo?
Kevin Sorbo is best known for his starring roles in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Andromeda , and while his career might not have exactly taken him on an A-list mainstream path, he's still packing a ton of stuff into his day job in entertainment—and into his personal life off camera. Anyone who's certain they've glimpsed him here and there or heard some bizarre claims is probably right While Hercules: The Legendary Journeys aired from to , people started to notice more of a shift away from the title character and onto the shoulders of other stars as the series went on. No one knew why there was a sudden flood of guest stars , and it wasn't until Sorbo published his book that fans learned the truth: in , he suffered three strokes as the result of an aneurysm. He was in the middle of a promotional tour for Kull the Conqueror when he started to feel some odd sensations in his left hand and arm, but doctors brushed it off.
Ellen DeGeneres is poking fun at a report she recently read, which found that gay people are more likely to get migraines than straight people. Earlier this week on her talk show, DeGeneres, 63, presented a fake public service announcement for "Tylenol Gay" to combat such migraines. The report DeGeneres referenced linking sexuality and migraines was published last fall by the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health. The organization found that gay, lesbian and bisexual participants were 58 percent more likely to have a migraine than their heterosexual counterparts. The host continued in her sketch, "Regular Tylenol treats common heterosexual headaches that tend to steadily increase in pain, but Tylenol Gay attacks those pesky gay headaches that feel like a parade is in your head — and not the good kind.
He is best known for his character Pee-wee Herman. Reubens joined the Los Angeles troupe The Groundlings in the s, and started his career as an improvisational comedian and stage actor. In , Reubens began appearing in a show about a character he had been developing for years.