‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’ Now Streaming on Pluto TV
TV icon Carl Reiner brought us The Dick Van Dyke show in 1961, starring the hilarious Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore, about a decade before Tyler Moore received her own show. The series ran until 1966 and followed the work and home life of a television comedy writer for the fictional show The Alan Brady Show Rob Petrie (Van Dyke), his wife Laura (Tyler Moore), and their son Ritchie (Larry Mathews). The character was the perfect role for Van Dyke, known for his slapstick comedy.
The series, which also starred Morey Amsterdam, Rose Marie, Richard Deacon, Ann Morgan Guilbert, and Jerry Paris, won 15 Emmy Awards during its reign on television. It was ranked number 13 on TV Guide’s 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time. It still remains one of Van Dyke’s best roles as the beloved actor recently turned 97 years old last December.
Watch ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’ for free on Pluto TV
Just weeks after Pluto TV brought us 24/7 streaming of I Love Lucy, now they are gifting us with The Dick Van Dyke Show, currently airing seasons one through four. All 158 episodes are also available on-demand anytime. It now has its own channel in the Classic TV section on channel 1353. You can watch it for free whenever you’d like.
To watch, all you need to do is download the Pluto TV app on your television, phone, or streaming device. From there, you can search for The Dick Van Dyke Show or find it on Classic TV. If you love watching the Petrie family, you can add the channel to your favorites for easy access.
Pluto TV is also the home for other nostalgic shows such as Happy Days, The Carol Burnett Show, The Love Boat, and many more. Click here to watch The Dick Van Dyke Show on Pluto TV anytime for free. If you love The Dick Van Dyke Show and classic TV, make sure you take part in our upcoming Classic TV Bracket and vote for the Petrie family in our version of March Madness here at ReMIND!
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