According to a 2010 poll, 8 in 10 U.S. adults watch cooking shows. 57% of those who watch cooking shows say they have purchased food as a direct result of something they’ve seen on a cooking show. The popularity of cooking shows in America goes all the way back to the creation and introduction of the Betty Crocker fictional mascot in 1924. Since then, the cooking show industry has evolved greatly to meet the ever-growing demands of consumers.
FS1, with its billions of dollars in funding takes on the 800 pound elephant, ESPN, in the latest cable sports war. This infographic by Sports Management Degrees takes a look at the “clash of the Titans.”
The beloved show, Dr. Who is celebrating it’s 50th Anniversary. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the history of the character and the show.
In 2013 there were 1.2 billion households with televisions. T.V. is a huge part of our culture as well as many others. Check out the infographic below to learn about how T.V. is changing the world around us.
Since it premiered in 2007, Mad Men has been one of the most popular shows on TV. Millions of viewers tune in each week to see what is happening at Sterling Cooper and Partners. To celebrate the season finale of Mad Men on Sunday night, TVDuck has put together a pretty cool infographic called “15 Facts You Didn’t Know About Mad Men,” that will test your knowledge of one of our favorite shows.
Sit back as My Custom Rug pits two of television’s most successful faces in home improvement against one another: Martha Stewart vs. Ty Pennington. Who do you think will come out on top?
Is your dad the coolest man walking like Mad Men’s Don Draper or is he the ultimate family comedian like The Cosby Show’s Cliff Huxtable? Take the quiz,created by Blip, to find out which TV dad is most like your own!
Its appeal is both primal and refined, afforded by its astute mix of facets. You get well-written (believable and earthy) North English language; enchanting period drama of a fantastical era; horrendous meaty violence forcing either tentative bloodlust or Zen acceptance; thoroughly loveable characters of delicious valor and honor we can cling to and hope for; thoroughly hateful characters so contentedly evil you have to watch the next episode to ensure the expediters of justice come along and feed them their own eyeballs.But it works.
The Voice is an American reality TV show, where participants sing in a competition to win $100,000 and a record package with Universal Music Group. The coaches are well know musicians and support the participants realize their total potential. Coaches have consisted of Adam Levine (lead singer of Maroon 5), Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Shakira, and Usher.
Regardless of age, we all grew up watching at least one (if not all) of these sitcom families that are represented in the following infographic from My Custom Rug. Did your favorite make the list?
Elementary is an American crime drama series that debut on CBS on September 27, 2012. Elementary give a contemporary update of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s character Sherlock Holmes located in the United States. Holmes is a previous adviser to Scotland Yard and also a junkie. Holmes is a deductive genius with a variety of interests and enthusiasms that work with him in his investigations. Feeling that the more stimulating criminal cases are in America, he lingers in New York. He goes to New York City to check into a rehabilitation center then resides with Watson, who became his lucid companion and ultimately his student.
Scandal is an American political thriller television series starring Kerry Washington. Kerry Washington’s character, Olivia Pope, is partly based on former George Bush administration press assistant Judy Smith, who works as a co-executive producer. The show occurs in Washington, D.C. and concentrates on Olivia Pope’s crisis management firm, Pope & Associates, and its staff, along with staff at the White House.
Arrested Development is back! Catch up on the television series and see what character committed the most crimes, who is going to jail for 80 years, and why less crime led to lower ratings in this infographic.