The Mary Tyler Moore Show

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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.

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50 Years Ago Change Was in the Air: Looking Back at What Made 1974 Rock

We needed a fun escape from crazy reality in 1974, and the year did not disappoint in pop culture.

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7 Celebrities Who Died on Dec. 31

Betty White passing away on Dec. 31, just shy of her 100th birthday, was shocking. Did you know these celebs died on Dec. 31, as well?

THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW, Betty White, (1974), 1970-77.

Betty White Loved Playing ‘Rotten’ Sue Ann Nivens on ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’

Sue Ann Nivens first appeared in the episode “The Lars Affair,” which aired on September 15, 1973.

American actress Mary Tyler Moore, as Mary Richards, poses for a publicity portrait for the CBS situation comedy 'Mary Tyler Moore,' Studio City, Los Angeles, California, 1976.

New Documentary Shows Footage From ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ That CBS Wouldn’t Air

A new documentary is airing never-before-seen footage of ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show.’

THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW, Mary Tyler Moore, 1970-1977

‘Being Mary Tyler Moore’ Boss on Showing the Joy & Pain of TV Legend’s Career

HBO documentary chronicles the star’s highs but also her lows, including her struggle with alcohol and her son’s untimely death.

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.