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Meet the new Nancy Drew who is coming to television
The teen detective is making a big comeback. Well, two comebacks.
13 unlucky flops from the 1976–77 television season
Not even androids, mimes, Kim Basinger and Raymond Burr could save these series.
Was the 1977-78 television season the worst ever?
These 13 duds support the argument.
Do you remember Shields and Yarnell?
The 1970s were a magical time when mimes could get their own television show.
Shindig, Shivaree, Hullabaloo and the great rock & roll shows of 1965
Check out classic clips of British Invaders, go-go dancers and girl groups from these awesome
Which McLean Stevenson sitcom deserved a better chance?
Were you a fan of 'The McLean Stevenson Show' or 'Hello, Larry'?
Do you remember the show 'The San Pedro Beach Bums'?
Schwarzenegger, Regis and Charlie's Angels could not save this sitcom about five guys living on
Urban Outfitters is now selling a random handful of old VHS tapes for 40 bucks
How much is that old copy of The Waterboy truly worth?
Dick Clark's 'Where The Action Is' was the coolest thing on TV in 1965
12 uncovered truths about the 'The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries'
Meet the Justin Biebers and Selena Gomez of 1977.
13 things you might not know about 'The Jeffersons'
Find out who rode the bus to work and who used to be a mailman.
The surviving M*A*S*H cast reunites and reminisces on Alan Alda's podcast
Hear fascinating, behind-the-scenes-of-M*A*S*H stories about peanut butter, frozen yogurt, dresses,
Classic 1950s science-fiction comic 'Weird Fantasy' is being turned into a TV series
From the publisher that brought you MAD Magazine and Tales from the Crypt…
R.I.P. Joseph Sirola, Mayberry musician ''Freddy Fleet'' who was later dubbed ''The King of the Voice-Overs''
The actor and producer passed away at 89.
Photo flashback: Revisit Janet Jackson's early TV career
TV fans to Janet Jackson: "Miss you much."
R.I.P. Nita Bieber, who once danced on a rooftop with The Three Stooges
The dancer appeared on the cover of Life magazine.
Pretty soon 'Ozzie and Harriet' may not be the longest-running sitcom in history
Things are looking sunny for 'It's Always Sunny.'
6 famous weathermen of the 1970s
Some were groundbreaking scientists, others were future game show hosts. Who did you trust with