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Read six surprising early reviews of classic 1950s shows

Some got glowing praise while others – not so much.

R.I.P. Charles Grodin, beloved comedy star of TV and film

He was a master of droll, deadpan humor.

R.I.P. Chuck Hicks, robot boxer in The Twilight Zone and frequent Clint Eastwood collaborator

The stuntman-actor was also one of The Untouchables. He was 93.

7 obscure and amazing variety shows you totally forgot about

Almost anyone could get a variety show back in the '60s and '70s.

R.I.P. Norman Lloyd, 106-year-old television star and entertainment icon

The St. Elsewhere star was a former friend and collaborator to Alfred Hitchcock.

10 things you probably never knew about 'T.J. Hooker'

William Shatner's cop comeback was the perfect '80s action show.

Lucy met Mannix in one of the most unlikely TV crossovers

How did a hard-boiled detective turn up on a sitcom?

Rumors persisted for years that Bob Denver died in the Sixties, and no one knows why

The rumors started while he was still on Dobie Gillis and continued until Gilligan’s Island. ...more

How the 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' tackled one of TV's biggest taboos

"The Mary Tyler Moore Show" is groundbreaking in its own right, but it wasn't until this episode ...more

7 obscure TV series that share a name with far more famous shows and movies

Friends, The Sixth Sense and The Ghost Busters were all… Seventies shows!

The Beverly Hillbillies was originally supposed to be set in New York

The Big Apple Hillbillies just doesn't have the same ring.

Dick Van Dyke’s forgotten variety show found the ''perfect way'' to introduce general audiences to Andy Kaufman

Steve Martin also wrote for the show that "just worked beautifully.” And lasted 11 episodes.

Artist creates stunningly accurate blueprints of our favorite TV homes

Now we finally know the layout for Lucy and Ricky's apartment

R.I.P. Jessica Walter, the 'Arrested Development' star with six decades of TV credits

She worked with everyone from Ron Howard and William Shatner to Wonder Woman and Mannix.

R.I.P. George Segal, Oscar-nominated comedy legend of TV and film

He was a go-to leading man for rom-coms in the 1970s.
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