I remember visiting this website once...
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Here's some stuff I remembered seeing:
MOST COVERED REALITY SHOW: AMERICAN IDOL
After surviving the likes of Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey and Steven Tyler — and racking up 735 articles in the process — we can\'t believe the end of American Idol is finally upon us. Think we can make it to 800 before the final piece of confetti falls? (Or at least before Michael Slezak collapses from Idol-induced exhaustion?)
In TVLine\'s eyes, Amy Poehler is the gift that keeps on giving. Not only did we follow Parks and Recreation to the bitter(sweet) end, but Poehler also provided us with one of our last big TV events — her triumphant return to Saturday Night Live, alongside Tina Fey — before we turned the big 0-5. Is it any wonder she\'s been written up 61 times?
Come on, wipe that surprised look off your face. When you consider that TVLine\'s five-year existence coincided with Charlie Sheen\'s Two and a Half Men termination, the entire run of Anger Management and, most recently, the actor\'s real-life health admission on the Today show, are you really surprised to learn we\'ve written about him in 68 separate articles?
Glee was halfway through its second season when TVLine launched, and to say that the Fox comedy was Berry good to us would be an understatement. With 802 Glee-centric articles in our library, it isn\'t just our most-covered comedy — it\'s our most-covered anything.
TVLine was only eight months old when Once Upon a Time premiered on ABC, making it one of the first big shows we\'ve* covered from the very beginning. Through 672 articles, we\'ve followed it to everywhere — Neverland, Oz, Wonderland — and we can\'t wait to see it in hell this March.