Guiding Light: The Soap Opera That Lasted Over Half a Century

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The Guiding Light, now known as Guiding Light, was an American television and radio opera soap that made its place in the Guinness Book of World Records for the second-longest-running television soap opera. The show was first aired on radio in 1937 and was canceled in 2009. The show lasted for 15 … Read more

Fireside Theatre: Low Budget, But Still Popular

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The show called Fireside Theatre was one of the anthology drama series that started in 1949. It was aired on NBC Television Network in that year and lasted until 1958. The show’s name might be familiar to some people, especially if they’re approaching sixty or seventy years of age.  While the show … Read more

Ripley’s Believe It or Not

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While many of the very earliest television shows were short-lived and obscure, a lot of people have probably heard of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! In some context. It first started out as a comic, which some might remember regularly reading in the newspaper. This was usually just a single-panel daily comic … Read more

Learn About the Classic Science Fiction TV Show the Outer Limits

Learn About the Classic Science Fiction TV Show the Outer Limits

The Outer Limits is an American science fiction television series that aired on ABC from September 1963 to January 1965 every Monday at 7:30 p.m. The Outer Limits was often compared to another TV series entitled The Twilight Zone, but with a better emphasis on science fiction stories rather than supernatural or … Read more

The History of the Justice League TV Cartoons

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Justice League is an animated television series that ran from 2001 to 2004 in Cartoon Network. This animated TV series is part of the DC animated universe, and it is produced by Warner Bros. Animation. Justice League, the animated series is based on the comic book by DC Comic entitled Justice League … Read more

The Real McCoys

The Real McCoys is a sitcom that was created by Irving Pincus which aired on ABC-TV and CBS. The show was produced by Walter Brennan, Danny Thomas, and Irving Pincus. It starred Kathleen Nolan, Lydia Reed, Richard Crenna, Michael Winkelman, Madge Blake, Andy Clyde, and Tony Martinez.  The Real McCoys aired from … Read more

Amazing Facts About The Untouchables

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The Untouchables was a crime drama series that aired from 1959 to 1963 on ABC. The series was based on a memoir of the same title that was written by Oscar Fraley and Eliot Ness. The story fictionalized Eliot Ness’ experience as a prohibition agent while fighting crim in Chicago during the … Read more

Interesting Facts about Gunsmoke

Interesting Facts about Gunsmoke

Up to this date, Gunsmoke still holds the title for being the longest-running dramatic series in television history, having a whopping 635 episodes over 20 years. It is truly a part of Classic TV history.  The TV show was inspired by a radio drama of the same title which began in 1952 … Read more

Fun Facts About the Original Charlie’s Angels

Fun Facts About the Original Charlie’s Angels

It was in the late 1970s when we heard the line “It’s Charlie, Angels. Time to go to work.” From then on, we witnessed Charlie’s Angels embark on an adventure full of action, drama, bottomless amounts of hairspray, and a lot of costume changes. Although critics ridiculed the show, it still became … Read more

The History of He-Man

The History of He Man

He-Man is a character many know and love. Many can remember a time when they were sitting in their room on a Sunday afternoon and reading a comic book about this amazing superhero as he defended the realm of Eternia and the secrets of Castle Grayskull from the evil hands of Skeltor. … Read more

The History of The Jetsons

The History of The Jetsons

Even if The Jetsons only lasted for one season with twenty-four episodes since its debut on September 1962, it still stands as one of the most important pieces of 20th-century futurism. And although more episodes were produced and aired during the 80s, it was still that first season which helped define the … Read more

Sesame Street: The Longest-Running Children’s TV Show of All Time

Sesame Street: The Longest Running Children's TV Show of All Time

Sesame Street is an educational TV program that is designed especially for preschoolers. It is considered to be a pioneer of the contemporary standard that combines education and entertainment in children’s TV shows. The show uses a combination of live actors, puppets, and animation to teach preschoolers and young children simple arithmetic, … Read more

Curious Facts about “Alfred Hitchcock Presents”

Curious Facts about Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Alfred Hitchcock Presents is an American anthology TV series that was aired on CBS and NBC from 1955 to 1965. It was hosted and produced by Alfred Hitchcock himself. The show featured several short and invariably surprising stories which contain the element of horror, comedy, thriller, mysteries, crime, and drama. Alfred Hitchcock … Read more

Curious Facts About Twin Peaks

Curious Facts About Twin Peaks

First aired on April 8, 1990, Twin Peaks is a horror, mystery, and drama television series that was created by David Lynch and Mark Frost. Even if it only had two seasons, it has been a cult favorite and was known to be one of the creepiest TV show of all time. … Read more

Interesting and Intriguing Facts about “Who’s the Boss?”

Interesting and Intriguing Facts about Whos the Boss

Who’s the Boss? is an American sitcom that aired on the ABC television network and ran from September 20, 1984, to April 25, 1992. It was created by Martin Cohan and Blake Hunter and produced by Hunter-Cohan Productions with the help of Embassy Television. It ran for eight wonderful seasons, telling the … Read more

Fun Facts about Perfect Strangers

Fun Facts about Perfect Strangers

Perfect Strangers was a popular American sitcom during the late 80s to early 90s. It aired on the ABC television network and ran from March 25, 1986, to August 6, 1993. It was created by Dale McRaven and produced by Tom Miller and Robert Boyett. It ran for eight wonderful seasons, telling … Read more

Interesting Facts about The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet

Interesting Facts about The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet

The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet was one of the best American sitcoms of all time. It aired on the ABC television network and ran from October 3 1952 to April 23, 1966. It was created by Ozzie Nelson and it was cast by the real-life Nelson Family including Harriet Nelson, David … Read more

Fun Random Facts About The Simpsons

Fun Random Facts About The Simpsons

Since its first broadcast on December 17, 1989, as a cartoon short on the Tracy Ullman show, The Simpsons now has a total of 30 seasons with 644 episodes and counting. Nobody saw that The Simpsons would be one of the most successful and longest running American sitcoms. And we are here … Read more

Fun Facts About My Three Sons

Fun Facts About My Three Sons

Premiered in 1960, My Three Sons was not the first American television series to feature an all-male household but it was the first TV show that gave the viewers a more realistic kind of family. The sitcom tells the story of how widower and aeronautical engineer Steven Douglas raises his three sons. … Read more

Interesting Facts about Jeopardy!

Interesting Facts about Jeopardy

Jeopardy! is probably America’s longest-running and best-loved game show — it’s been going for half a century, and it’s still going strong! It has spanned many generations of viewers and contestants, testing their knowledge and having them answer in the form of a question. Here are some of the fun facts that … Read more