Sat 9:00AM ET
MusicalsDive into some of the best performances of musicals through the decades. Disco into Saturday Night Fever with John Travolta, twirl into The Sound of Music with Julie Andrews and rip your sweatshirts in advance of Flashdance.
Mon 8:00AM ET, Mon 8:00PM ET, Mon 11:00PM ET
June 25On June 25, Through the Decades remembers the premiere of a romantic comedy power couple in the classic Sleepless in Seattle. We’re also going back in time to when President Bush welcomed Nelson Mandela to the White House and recalling the shock felt after the death of Michael Jackson.
Tue 8:00AM ET, Tue 8:00PM ET, Tue 11:00PM ET
June 26On June 26, Through the Decades sits down with William King to remember his days as a member of the Commodores. We then turn back the lens of time to when President Clinton ordered a missile strike on Iraq and we celebrate the life and career of Sean Hayes on the day of his birth.
Wed 8:00AM ET, Wed 8:00PM ET, Wed 11:00PM ET
June 27On June 27, Through the Decades we’re going back in time to the debut of Queen, one of the most legendary British rock bands to date. We then remember the political activism and protests that led to the development of the LGBTQ Pride Parade as well as the premiere of the soap opera Dark Shadows.
Thu 8:00AM ET, Thu 8:00PM ET, Thu 11:00PM ET
June 28On June 28, Through the Decades sits down with Graham Nash to talk about what influenced his music. We also look back on when the Supreme Court overturned Muhammad Ali’s conviction for evading the draft and the significant moments that both triggered and ended the First World War, exactly five years apart.
Fri 8:00AM ET, Fri 8:00PM ET, Fri 11:00PM ET
June 29On June 29, Through the Decades looks back to when Apple founders, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, booted up the prototype for the Apple I for the very first time, 32 years before the release of the inaugural iPhone. We then turn back the lens of time to the day that Atlantis docked with MIR and the murder of TV star and radio host, Bob Crane.
Sat 9:00AM ET
Chart ToppersTTD brings you the sounds of summer in this episode, with only the songs that hit number one over the years. This song changed the world and launched musical careers of many, Hello Dolly – became one of the most popular tunes in 1964 as Louis Armstrong played it to the top. We go on to look at songs like Sugar, Sugar, Mandy and of course, the nostalgia that one-hit wonder The Macarena.
On July 14, 1966, Richard Speck murdered eight student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital.
On the 50th anniversary of their death, Through the Decades remembers the victims through those who knew them best. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at our special including rare photos from friends and family.