Norman Lear

Good Times Ralph Carter, Jimmie Walker, Esther Rolle, BernNadette Stanis, 1974-1979

Dyn-No-Mite! See What Has the Cast of ‘Good Times’ Been Up To

Many of the stars gave up on acting after the ’70s series ended.

Little House on the Priarie, All in the Family, Rhoda collage

It Was Television At Its Best In 1974, TV Fans Had it All

‘Mary Tyler Moore,’ ‘Happy Days’ and ‘Little House’ were just a few of the classic TV shows many still know and love that graced our TV’s in 1974.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 15: Host Anthony Anderson speaks onstage during the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards at Peacock Theater on January 15, 2024 in Los Angeles, California.

75th Emmy Awards Was Oozing With Nostalgia, Our Favs & Flops of the Show

It was a fun night of retro TV flashbacks

Cindy Williams, Bob Barker, Suzane Somers, Raquel Welsch Collage

Remembering the Stars We Loved & Lost in 2023

A tribute to some of the entertainment celebrities we lost this year.

All in the Family, writer, producer, and show creator Norman Lear, on set, (Season 1, 1971), 1971-79.

CBS Airing Special Dedicated to the Late TV Icon Norman Lear with Rare Interviews

The place where most of Lear’s sitcoms resided is paying tribute to him after his death.

All in the Family, Good Times, Maude, The Jeffersons collage

10 Best Norman Lear Shows, Ranked

Norman Lear changed the face, tone, and breadth of TV comedy.

Norman Lear, Redd Foxx, Bill Macy, Carroll O'Connor, TV GUIDE cover, April 6-12, 1974. Illustration by Jack Davis.

Norman Lear Shows That Graced the Covers of TV Guide Magazine

Look back at the many times Norman Lear shows were feature covers.

Producer Norman Lear attends The Tanning of America special screening at the Leonard Goldenson Theatre on June 3, 2014 in North Hollywood, California

Heartwarming Tributes are Rolling in After the News of Norman Lear’s Death at 101 Years Old

Lear had a hand in over 100 iconic television shows.

Norman Lear

Norman Lear Dies: ‘All in the Family’ & ‘The Jeffersons’ Creator Was 101

Over the years, Lear produced, wrote, created, or developed over 100 shows.

Antenna TV Celebrates Mother’s Day With ‘One Day at a Time’ Marathon

The classic TV channel airs 24 hours of episodes from the 1975-84 sitcom starring Bonnie Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips and Valerie Bertinelli.

logo for the new Catchy Comedy network from Weigel Broadcasting Co., with the white letters of the network's name within a red circle set against a yellow backdrops. The channel is a rebrand of the company's DECADES Network which will now focus exclusively on sitcoms.

DECADES Network Is Rebranding to Become Catchy Comedy

The over-the-air national broadcast network will focus exclusively on classic sitcoms, with programming blocks devoted to female-driven favorites led by legends like Lucille Ball, groundbreaking Norman Lear hits like ‘All in the Family’ and more. See the schedule here.