Mister Rogers' neighborhood is being taken over by a tiger - a tiny Daniel Tiger, to be exact.
PBS announced over the weekend at the Television Critics Association press tour that the network is revisiting the beloved children's show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" with a new animated program. This series incorporates the original "Mister Rogers" characters as adults with young kids of their own living in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
Four-year-old Daniel Tiger is the star - hence the title "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood" - and the show is set to air next fall. It's the first TV series the Fred Rogers Company has produced since the original "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," which ceased production about 10 years ago.
[Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers for the July 31 episode of HBO’S “True Blood."]
Well, it happened: Sookie and Eric finally did it. But before we talk about the sexiest sex that was ever had, let's hash through some other stuff.
Bill found Eric at Sookie's place just as the two were rounding second base. A bit of snarly fang bearing ensued, but Eric surrendered upon hearing that Bill was his king. Sookie pleaded with Bill to spare Eric, saying that if he ever loved her, he would let him go.
Later, Nan signed off on Bill’s suggestion to sentence Eric to the true death, so it seemed as if Sookie’s plea would go unanswered.
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