Classic TV On Today
‘John Wayne: Cowboys & Demons’ Explores Screen Legend’s Tormented Life
The bigger John Wayne became on screen the more he grappled with feeling like an imposter. Plus Ethan Wayne shares his favorite memories of his father.
A Goat Gets ‘Loaded’ in a Hilariously Memorable Episode of ‘The Andy Griffith Show’
Classic TV On March 23: A goat — and Otis — get loaded in different ways on The Andy Griffith Show, Lucille Ball joins Carol Burnett on her classic variety series and a memorable episode from Gunsmoke’s 20th and final season.
The Ropers Leave Jack, Janet & Chrissy For Their Own Series
Classic TV On March 22: The Ropers leave Three’s Company for their self-titled spinoff, Dick Loudon fills in for “Pirate Pete” and a chilling ‘Night Call’ arrives from the Twilight Zone.
‘Seinfeld’ Ponders the Question: Is Soup a Meal?
Enter Kenny Bania, Granny boxes a “jackrabbit” and Endora teaches Darrin a lesson.
Everyone’s Doing the Bedrock Twitch!
Fred Flintstone turns rock-n-roller, George Jefferson gets disco fever, and we meet Theo Huxtable’s friend Cockroach.
Is This the Worst ‘Star Trek’ Episode Ever?
The ‘Enterprise’ crew encounter ‘the givers of pain and delight,’ Reelz looks back at the ‘Golden’ age, and Epstein has had enough of your abuse!
Hoss Finds a Pot ‘o’ Gold on the Ponderosa!
Hoss runs into little green men, ‘I, Ross, take thee Rachel’ and a bungee-jump proposal falls flat.
They’re Real … and They’re SPECTACULAR!
ALF tries to rig the TV ratings, Teri Hatcher makes a spectacular guest spot on ‘Seinfeld,’ and Rob and Laura reminisce on ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show.’
Catch the Very First ‘Three’s Company’ on IFC
‘Three’s Company’ made its debut 46 years ago today, and Felix and Oscar go monastic and then stop by ‘The Carol Burnett Show.’
Urine Luck: It’s the ‘Friends’ With the Jellyfish!
Chandler will always be ‘the guy who peed on me,’ Gomer enlists for a spinoff and there are nightmares at the 4077th.
And Still Champion! Godzilla Rules Comet’s March Monster Madness
Godzilla is the heavy favorite on Comet, the hunter becomes the hunted on ‘Gunsmoke,’ and Otis puts down the booze and picks up a badge.
Marcia Gets Davy Jones to Play the Prom (No, Really!)
Davy Jones of The Monkees makes Marcia merry, Tim the Tool Man goes deep with Dan Aykroyd, and John Ritter and Pat Morita crash the ‘M*A*S*H’ party.
Crushing on Randolph Mantooth in Today’s ‘School Days’ Training
An old episode of ‘Emergency!’ has us swooning again about our teenage crush with Randolph Mantooth. Other TV picks for the day include Danny Bonaduce, the moon landing and more.
Remember the One When Brooke Shields Was a Stalker?
Today’s TV picks feature some good laughs, from Brooke’s famous guest-starring role on ‘Friends’ to Frasier going back to school and Johnny Carson chatting it up with Burt Reynolds. Plus, enjoy a countdown of the very best of 1970s game shows.
What 10 Streets Changed America?
New York’s Broadway is a given, but what makes Tulsa, Oklahoma’s, Greenwood Avenue and Detroit’s Woodward Avenue so significant? Plus, ‘Classic Albums’ looks at Peter Gabriel’s ‘So’ and more.
‘Cheers: The Unknown Story’: Why Shelley Long Left the Cast & More
Reelz takes a close and intimate look at the early days of ‘Cheers’ and the shock over Shelley Long’s decision to leave the series during its heyday.
Chrissy’s Father Is About to Find Out About Jack on ‘Three’s Company’
Oh boy! Chrissy’s in trouble as her Reverend father is about to find out that Jack is living with them in “Three’s Company,” Sam and Woody fight over who will kiss Rebecca first on “Cheers,” and TBS starts a new full-series run of “Friends.”
Final ‘Friends’ Goodbye, Axl Rose’s Once-Tortured Life
TBS airs the final “Friends” episode, Reelz shares the two-hour biopic on the tortured life of rock icon Axl Rose, Jethro goes a courtin’ on “The Beverly Hillbillies,” Peyton Manning counts down history’s greatest daredevils and more.