Gilligan's Island, I Dream of Jeannie, Charlie's Angels, Love Boat, Welcome Back, Kotter, etc., ...I guess I took them for granted and thought they'd always be there. Sure, you can find a Three's Company wedged in between The George Lopez Show and Home Improvement, but you have to do your homework to find it. For fifteen to twenty years, The Brady Bunch was on on some channel every afternoon, and I turn around and it's buried on TV Land at midnight! I guess there's no longer the widespread love of 60's and 70's TV as there used to be.
....Or, is that shows like WKRP in Cincinnati, Barney Miller, and The Mary Tyler Moore Show are now hot commodities to be sold on DVD and not to be wasted on weekday afternoon TV? In other words, does the absence of classic TV from the airwaves mean that, in fact, their stock has gone up?
Click here to check out some great classic TV pictures in my Picasa Web Album.