I was so excited for this mashup of shows and it was like the best thing ever in whatever year it was when it came out.
I just watched the video where Selena Gomez was singing Who Says and said,"don't mess with my fans" then pulled a little girl on stage and sang with her...
show growing up. It had a sense of mystery and danger if you looked at Relena's perspective early on. It had heart stoping awesome action paired with great music. I feel it had introduction and outro senses that made you want to keep watching. Gundam Wing had interesting and...
now age 47: here they are. I skipped TV from ages 20 to 40- raised my brilliant daughter without one.
Davey and Gollialith
Young and the Restless
Mary Tyler Moore
Sailor Moon, Thundercats, Johnny Quest, Scooby Doo, Kablam, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Dexter's Lab, Powerpuff Girls, Hey Arnold, Rugrats, Catdog, Rocketpower, and Spongebob.
Live Action: Seinfeld, Kenan and Kel, Salute your Shorts, All That, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Cosby...
programs is "Barney Miller".
This mostly comedic series aired on ABC in
prime time from January, 1975 until September, 1982.
The show focused on the 12'th police precinct in
New York City, led by Captain Barney Miller, played by
the multi-talented, multi-faceted Hal...
The Cosby Show
I Dream of Jeannie
I Love Lucy
...i just thought of two more
angry beavers, sailor moon, Pokemon, freakazoid, hanging with cousin skeeter, pete&pete, bug juice, pepper Ann, rugrats, Rocco's modern life, animaniacs, animorphs, are you afraid of the dark?, all that, gargoyles, Captain Planet, TMNT, smurfs, looney toons, Richie rich, batman...
"The Mary Tyler Moore Show," which aired on CBS from
September, 1970 to September, 1977.
The lead character was "Mary Richards" who moved to the Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota area after a broken marital engagement.
After a humorously colorful interview with the...
All That, Spongebob, Recess, Hannah Montana, Wizards of Waverly Place, Phil of the Future, Hey Arnold, Chicken and Cow, Dexters Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Loony Toons, Teen Titans, Code Lyoko, Avatar The Last Airbender (lol I still watch the repeats on Nicktoons), Zoey 101, Drake...
The Teletubbies, Oswald, Miss Spider sunny patch friends, recess, CatDog, Out Of The Box, The Big Comfy Couch, mr. Rogers neighborhood, Winnie the Pooh, Arthur, Franklin, Bear in the big blue house, dragon tails, little bill, Rocko's modern life, courage the cowardly dog, & I...
When i was growing up i can remember watching Kung Fu, with the late great David Carradine, Bewitched, Lost in Space, Land of the giants, Dr Who! The singing ringing tree, Black Beauty Top of the pops and On white Horses, to name just a fraction!
Oh!!! yeah! those...
Let’s see… Right off the top of my head my list would have to include:
Dukes of Hazzard
Land of the Lost
Facts of Life
Greatest American Hero...
programs-which I have watched in reruns since July of 1979-is "Hazel".
This show originally aired on NBC primetime from September, 1961 to September, 1965; and on CBS primetime from September, 1965 to September, 1966.
The first FOUR years focused on efficient, reliable live-in...
"The Andy Griffith Show," which I have watched in reruns
since August of 1975.
The original prime time run of the series was from
October, 1960 to September, 1968-on CBS.
The storyline was set in the fictional North Carolina town
Saved by The Bell
Dungeons and Dragons
Keenan & Kel
Only Fools & Horses
I'm sure there were more just can't think them
like...junior show time. Screen test. The magic roundabout. The tomorrow people. Magpie. And loads of great dramas.
Grown up stuff consisted of things like. Indoor league. Crown court. Pebble mill at lunchtimes.
Aussie soaps were popular. The Sullivans. Sons and daughters. Young...
I watched everything I could. I'm 43yo so my first memories from TV were of the Pres Nixon and Watergate hearings. I loved to watch Gilligan's Island, Mary Tyler Moore, Lost in Space, Laverne and Shirley, Rockford Files, and Charlie's Angels. Three channels, no remote, no PS3 or...
programs is "The Bob Newhart Show," which aired on CBS from 1972 to 1978.
Mister Newhart played "Bob Hartley," a Chicago psychologist.
The series' focus alternated between the hilariously funny "group therapy" sessions and Bob's colorful home life.
The comedic FOUNDATION for...
Pokémon especially; every day at six o'clock, my little brother and I would race downstairs to watch episodes from the anime on our computer, and sometimes we paused it to try and draw the characters.
I miss those days <3
just the 10 of us
head of the class
saved by the bell
The new mickey mouse club
Chip and dale rescue rangers
Dallas, Dynasty, Falcon's Crest, Knots Landing.. All the glamour and drama.
There were also the sitcoms like Happy Days, Lavern and Shirley Mork & Mindy
Eight is Enough, Dukes of Hazzard
Some of my very favorites though were a little older were The Munsters, The Little Rascals...