Teen Idol Weekend Remembering Ricky

Our TEEN IDOL Weekend is rolling right now on Hit Oldies, and it’ only fair that we showcase one of the greats. A couple of decades before that Garden Party, here’s Ricky:

Grab That Extra Hour

This weekend, Daylight Savings Time officially ends (Sunday at 2am) and we turn back the clocks for that extra hour they swiped from us back in the spring. Hit Oldies is celebrating with a GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN WEEKEND – all for your Halloween fun!

Binging At The PARTY

Have you heard that every episode of PARTY DOWN is now available on Hulu Plus (while the first five episodes will be available for a limited time on Hulu.com). What’s PARTY DOWN, you ask?

It’s s comedy that  premiered on Starz in 2009, and features an enviable ensemble of actors, includingAdam Scott, Lizzy Caplan, Jane Lynch, Ken Marino, Ryan Hansen, Martin Starr and Megan Mullally. The show was created by VERONICA MARS mastermind Rob Thomas and follows the story of a group of Hollywood acting wannabes who make ends meet by working for a Los Angeles catering company. Here’s a quick teaser:

SAVED BY THE BELL Tribute Or Tragedy?

This month, Lifetime is running a made-for-TV film about the making of SAVED BY THE BELL, truly one of the 80s television icons. Check out this teaser and tell us, are some things better left in our memories than revived?

Beer Or Babes? Harpo’s Choice!

From a simpler time, a rare 1960s TV commercial with Harpo Mark. It’s just one of the treats on Shout! Factory’s new release The Marx Brothers TV Collection, the first set of its kind that includes more than 50 rare TV moments. You can grab it here.

BLOSSOM Where Are They Now?

The Hub Network has started airing Blossom reruns, and  the reunited cast recorded this video to  reminisce on what their characters might be doing now:

Brush Up On Your Turtle Power!

With the latest reboot based on the beloved TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES heading to theaters in August, it seems only appropriate that we note this labor of love by three part-time filmmakers who have spent years tracking down contributors for a documentary called Turtle Power. The documentary will bed released on DVD and Digital HD in August, very close to the time we also get the new TMNT film in theaters. Here’s a quick preview:

#1 In 1969: One Hit Straight To The Top

Six weeks at Number One is a pretty good accomplishment, especially for a one hit wonder act like Zager & Evans who hit the top in 1969 with In The Year 2525:

There a lot of One Hit Wonder acts who hit the top of the chart in the 60s, 70s and 80s and you’ll hear them all on a One Hit Wonders Weekend on Hit Oldies!

Number Two: Diana And The Girls Don’t Shimmy To The Top

Silk dresses and smooth moves didn’t get the job done  for The Supremes in 1967. REFLECTIONS was not quite #1:

Number Two: John’s Road Didn’t Lead To The Top

John Denver’s first big hit, TAKE ME HOME COUNTRY ROADS, maybe be one of the two songs he was most recognized for, but that road did not lead to the #1 spot:

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