What’s Happening At San Diego Comic Con 2014

(PCM) The PCM team has invaded San Diego Comic Con 2014! This years convention, judging from preview night alone, appears to be bigger and better than ever. We stopped by the panel for Image Comics and the spent the entire evening navigating our way around the exhibition floor.

We stopped at booths and installations for FOX, Walking Dead, Bates Motel, Funko, LEGO, Legendary, WB and many many more. Now we just have to figure out how we are getting all this swag back on the plane! 

Just sitting outside the convention center the people watching is pure entertainment itself. There is truly never a dull moment! The line for the infamous Hall H programming was already insane with hundreds of attendees gearing up to camp all night to see their favorite panels of the day tomorrow.

Tomorrow we look forward to an incredibly busy day with panels from Paramount Pictures, TNT’s new series Legends and The Last Ship, Sharknado 2: The Second One, Hannibal, Penny Dreadful, Community, The Giver and many many more!

Stay tuned for our interviews with the cast and crew from Legends, The Last Ship, Hannibal,Sharknado 2 : The Second One, best-selling author Vivek Tiwary and exclusive coverage from the red carpet of the mtvU Fandom Awards!

It is true pop culture madness at it’s finest here at SDCC 2014 and so far we are loving every moment!

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Phillies Baseball Broadcaster Announces His Own Homerun Catch From Outfield

Tom McCarthy catches home run live on TV

Tom McCarthy catches home run live on TV

(PCM) Tom McCarthy managed a baseball first and he isn’t even a player. He announced his own play as it happened.

In what can only be called stranger than fiction, the Philadelphia Phillies inaugural experiment of putting their broadcast announcers in the stands during a game with the fans has produced a made for TV moment.

Baseball Announcer Catches Homerun Live on TV

Baseball Announcer Catches Home run Live on TV

Tom McCarthy Catches Homerun on LIVE TV at Phillies Game

Baseball Announcer Catches Homerun Live on TV

In the top of the first inning against the Atlanta Braves, pitcher Kyle Kendrick gave up a home run. But the home team fans cheered. Not for the other team, but for their own game announcer Tom McCarthy. The late Harry Kalas would be proud.


Tom McCarthy Catches Homerun on LIVE TV at Phillies Game

Tom McCarthy Catches Homerun on LIVE TV at Phillies Game

As the ball sailed to straightaway center field, Tom McCarthy gave his own play-by-play for his own catch. Encouraging him live was retired World Series Champion pitcher Jamie Moyer with follow retired slugger Matt Stairs.

McCarthy caught the ball one handed with his own childhood baseball glove.

Like any good Phillies fan, McCarthy was prodded by Jamie Moyer to reject the baseball as a souvenir because it was hit by the other team. McCarthy obliged albeit as reluctant as any fan he took a breath and then tossed it back into the baseball playing field for the players to retrieve.

Tom McCarthy Phillies Broadcast announcer makes amazing home run catch

Tom McCarthy Phillies Broadcast announcer makes amazing home run catch

Later in the game Tom gushed about the catch, “Jamie made me feel guilty, I had to throw it back!”

It was an amazing TV moment that may mean more of these special type events will be planned by more professional sports teams.

Tom McCarthy Catches Homerun on LIVE TV at Phillies Game

Tom McCarthy Catches Homerun on LIVE TV at Phillies Game

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Beloved Actress Ann B. Davis Has Died At Age 88


(PCM) Best known for her role as the lovable housekeeper Alice on The Brady Bunch, actress Ann B. Davis has suddenly passed away at the age of 88.

According to TMZ.com, Davis’ cause of death was due to a fall in the bathroom of her home. Sources claim that when she fell, she hit her head and never regained consciousness.

Her roommate claimed that Davis suffered no real health problems and that she even walked downstairs to say goodnight before heading to bed.

Davis portrayed the role of Alice Nelson for the entire length of The Brady Bunch original series which ran from 1969 to 1974. Over the years she has again revisited the role of Alice in multiple TV specials and reunion episodes of the series.

Davis was an active member of the church where she resided in Texas and there are currently funeral arrangements in the works.

Our sincere condolences go out to Davis’ loved ones during this difficult time.

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A ” The Wonder Years” Reunion Just Took Place And It Was Amazing!

(PCM) The warm and fuzzy feelings took over when we recently learned that a reunion for the cast of the beloved television series “The Wonder Years” took place. The cast got together to film extras and bonus features for the upcoming “The Wonder Years: The Complete Series” DVD box set that is set to be released.

Fred Savage, Dan Lauria, Alley Mills, Olivia d’Abo, Jason Hervey, Danica McKellar and Josh Saviano all gathered together and appeared to be incredibly excited to take their trip down memory lane together as a full cast. The photos that they shared on Twitter were absolutely adorable and we absolutely can’t wait to check out the upcoming box set to see what other memories and stories they have to share.

Check out the photos below to see what the cast looks like then and now:

WonderYears-thenABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images

WonderYears-nowImage courtesy: Twitter

” The Wonder Years” aired on ABC from 1988 to 1993 on ABC and it certainly looked at as one of the most nostalgic television series within the history of pop culture. The complete series is currently streaming via Netflix if you want to relive some of your favorite “The Wonder Years” memories before the release of the upcoming box set.

You can also keep up with most of the cast via social media to get even more behind-the-scenes information and photos.

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Walter White And Rick Grimes Go Head To Head On The Latest Installment Of “Epic Rap Battle Of History”


(PCM) It has finally happened!  Two of television’s most beloved characters Walter White from “Breaking Bad” and Rick Grimes of “The Walking Dead” are dueling it out for the latest installment of the popular YouTube series “Epic Rap Battles Of History”.

One could say that this is the AMC network edition of “ERB”! ERB creators Nicepeter and EpicLloyd star in the episode, with Peter portraying Breaking Bad‘s meth-cooking teacher and Lloyd nailing the role of The Walking Dead‘s Southern sheriff.

The “ERB” YouTube channel boasts over 9 million subscribers and only continues to grow. The latest video, Walter White vs. Rick Grimes has received nearly 3 million viewers and close to 40,000 comments.

New installements of “ERB” will be released on a bi-weekly basis over the next two months! We can’t wait to see what they take on next.

Who do you think won this battle? Walter White or Rick Grimes?

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