Wishing @KyleChandler Happy Birthday via @tdmiller820917 #KyleChandler #FridayNightLights #EarlyEdition #Homefront #Bloodline

“You’ve got to accentuate the positive!”

Those were the lyrics of a Johnny Mercer tune. This song also provided the opening for the critically acclaimed, yet sadly, short lived ABC drama, Homefront.  Homefront began in 1993 and ran for only two seasons. It traced the lives of the citizens of the factory town of fictional River Run, Ohio in the post World War II era.
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5 Shows to Binge Watch on @Netflix this Memorial Day via @stacyamiller85 #Supernatural #TheFosters #StrangerThings

It’s Memorial Day, the official start of summer season. A time for backyard barbecues, picnics and beach. But what if you haven’t any outdoor activity plans? Well fear not, Netflix has you covered by offering an array of shows to binge watch that will keep you busy. Time will fly by so quickly you’ll be saying “Tuesday already?”

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Happy Birthday #KyleChandler via @tdmiller820917 #Bloodline @Bloodline

“You’ve got to accentuate the positive!”

Those were the lyrics of a Johnny Mercer tune. This song also provided the opening for the critically acclaimed, yet sadly, short lived ABC drama, Homefront.  Homefront began in 1993 and ran for only two seasons. It traced the lives of the citizens of the factory town of fictional River Run, Ohio in the post World War II era.
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Kyle Chandler hits a home run in @Bloodline via @tdmiller820917

As Cleveland Indians baseball player Jeff Metcalf in the 1940s period drama “Homefront,” Kyle Chandler hit more than a few home runs. Later, as former stockbroker turned unsung hero Gary Hobson in CBS’ “Early Edition”, Chandler often ran around the streets of Chicago desperately attempting to prevent disasters foretold by “tomorrow newspaper today” delivered to his front door every morning courtesy of a mysterious orange tabby cat. Being a hero proved to be a thankless job subjecting Gary Hobson to personal danger and suspicion. Chandler would hit another home run (and Emmy win) as determined coach Eric Taylor in the critically acclaimed series “Friday Night Lights.”  Coach Eric Taylor turned the underdog Dillon Panthers into state champions with a battle cry of “clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose.”

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