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9 classic TV shows that started out as radio programs

One of these shows remained on the air until 2009.

Do you remember the 1977 Halloween Dr. Seuss' Grinch special?

This spooky Seventies special was a follow-up to the popular Christmas classic.

R.I.P. Cynthia Harris, who wooed King Edward in ‘Edward and Mrs. Simpson’ and played Sylvia in ‘Mad About You’

She also appeared on the big screen with Barbra Streisand and had guest roles on Kojak, Three’s ...more

8 boss radio DJs who rocked the airwaves in the '60s and '70s

Did you listen to Don Steele, Dave Diamond and Don Rose?

This Scooby-Doo Halloween special aired once, then never again

Was "The Scooby-Doo Project" too scary for TV?

The most exciting day in Dick Van Dyke's life was winning a race in front of a roaring crowd as a gawky underdog

He won three Emmy Awards in a row for The Dick Van Dyke Show, but his biggest triumph was a random ...more

5 forgotten television appearances by the legendary Bruce Lee

His iconic "be like water" speech came from an obscure Seventies detective show. Lee also crossed ...more

Teen idol and Time Tunnel star James Darren took his name from a failed 1940s sports car

He fondly recalled being attacked by a mob of teenage girls. "They broke down the plate-glass ...more

R.I.P. Tim Donnelly, funny fireman Chet Kelly on Emergency!

The prankster of Station 51 passed away at the age of 77.

10 movies that were actually unsold TV pilots

Originally intended for the small screen, these movies all played in theaters!

R.I.P. Norm MacDonald, SNL Weekend Update anchor whose deadpan style influenced a generation of comedians

He was a favorite late-night guest and played a washed-up hockey player in his own sitcom 'Norm.'

Remember, Spider-Man made his first live-action appearance alongside Morgan Freeman on public television

"Spidey Super Stories" brought the Marvel superhero to the small screen.

14 TV Guide covers from the 1970s with shows you completely forgot about

We bet you don't remember shows like 'Phyllis,' 'The Little People' and 'Movin' On.'

Remember when 'Wheel of Fortune' had a shopping round?

Expensive cars, fur coats, and ceramic dog statues were all up for grabs.

Do you remember "Frodo Lives!"?

The unassuming hobbit became a rallying counterculture cry in the Sixties and Seventies.

The Dick Van Dyke Show completely changed the sound and personality of George Jetson

Morey Amsterdam was the first cast to play the Space Age dad. It got messy after that.
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