The Ed Sullivan Show

The Beatles (left to right: Ringo Starr, George Harrison (1943 - 2001), John Lennon (1940 - 1980), and Paul McCartney) step off the aeroplane which brought them back from their tour of the United States

The Beatles Were Welcomed By Screaming Fans in America 60 Years Ago

The British Invasion began 60 years ago… can you believe it?

25th November 1963: Liverpudlian beat combo The Beatles, from left to right Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, John Lennon (1940 - 1980), and George Harrison (1943 - 2001), performing in front of a camera-shaped drum kit on Granada TV's Late Scene Extra television show filmed in Manchester, England on November 25, 1963.

Ladies And Gentlemen … The Beatles! Celebrating 60 years of Beatlemania

“I Want to Hold Your Hand” was racing up the charts as fast as American girls’ hearts were pumping for the Fab Four.

THE HOLLYWOOD PALACE, 1964-70, Bing Crosby, 1969 premiere season episode

You’ll Never Believe Who Got Their First TV Appearance on ‘The Hollywood Palace’

The show celebrates its 60th anniversary and many of the biggest stars were on it.

Portrait of American Jazz musician Les McCann plays piano as he performs at the Ivanhoe Theater, Chicago, Illinois, January 14, 1978

Les McCann, Pioneer in Soul Jazz Music Dies at 88

He helped inspire countless rap and R&B songs.

Bob Precht (Robert Precht), producer of The Ed Sullivan Show, and Sullivan's son-in-law. New York, NY. Image dated June 19, 1969

Producer of ‘The Ed Sullivan Show,’ Robert H. Precht Dies at 93

He is best known for bringing on some incredible talent to ‘The Ed Sullivan Show.’

BEATLES, 1st appearance on the ED SULLIVAN SHOW, 2/9/64, Paul McCartney, Ed Sullivan, George Harrison, John Lennon & Ringo Starr

‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ Marks a Very Impressive Milestone in History

People still love watching Ed Sullivan 75 years later.

an image from an early 1960s episode of

‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ Became a Long-Running Sunday Night Tradition 75 Years Ago

Look back at some memorable pictures and performances from the iconic variety show that ran from June 20, 1948, to March 28, 1971.

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.