Doogie Howser MD

Doogie Howser, M.D.

The teenage years are tough for any kid to navigate, with all those societal pressures, raging hormones and parental expectations. Doogie Howser faced all of the challenges that adolescence had to offer, on top of tending to his surgical duties as the youngest licensed doctor in the country, on the hit ABC series, Doogie Howser, M.D. Continue reading...

Barney Miller

Barney Miller

The year was 1975, and after an divisive war and political scandal, America was yearning for a little honesty and a lot of humor. Barney Miller delivered on both counts. Sporting a theme song just as funky as its characters, this beloved sitcom won the hearts of millions with its hilarious depiction of daily life within a NYC police precinct. Continue reading...

Flipper

Flipper

Film and television producer Ivan Tors had a strong affinity for nature, especially the marine variety. As a result, he produced a string of marine-themed shows like The Aquanauts. However, the most famous and popular of these productions was the hit show Flipper. It was strongly reminiscent of Lassie, but replaced that show's dog character with a more water-friendly dolphin. Continue reading...

The Andy Griffity Show

The Andy Griffith Show

Every week, a father and son from Mayberry meandered down to the old fishing hole, while countless television viewers whistled along, on the beloved 60s sitcom, The Andy Griffith Show. Overflowing with small town country charm and featuring a wonderfully funny ensemble cast, this beloved sitcom is still earning new generations of fans. Continue reading...

Get Smart

Get Smart

There were plenty of suave, debonair, capable secret agents on television during the 60s, but the world sorely needed a spy who was none of those things and hid a phone in his shoe. Thus, Get Smart was born. Created by Buck Henry and Mel Brooks, the series became a critical and popular success, and has maintained its pop culture niche to this day. Continue reading...

Golden Girls

The Golden Girls

It's not too hard to understand why a sitcom based around women over sixty might be a hard sell in a town perpetually obsessed with youth. To overcome this obstacle, NBC assembled a formidable ensemble cast for The Golden Girls, with decades of sitcom success under their collective belts. This quartet provided the Midas touch that won the hearts of viewers, young and old alike. Continue reading...

Charlies Angels

Charlie’s Angels

When Aaron Spelling first introduced the ground-breaking television series Charlie’s Angels in 1976, it was a radical concept. No longer were women relegated to the role of helpless victim or happy homemaker. For the first time, they were gun-wielding crime fighters, perfectly capable of putting their male adversaries in their place. It was brave new territory, and it proved enormously successful. Continue reading...

Quincy

Quincy M.E.

There are few people in this world who can make a successful career transition from sportswriter to coroner. But after winning television audiences over as perpetual slob Oscar Madison on the hit 70s sitcom The Odd Couple, actor Jack Klugman wasn't quite finished with the prime-time spotlight. This time around, he donned a set of medical scrubs and endeared himself to millions as Quincy M.E. Continue reading...