We kick off 1973 with a string of flops—and a land-based three hour tour.
Can two divorced men share an apartment without driving each other crazy?
1969 rolls on with a sitcom/animated hybrid and a throwback to Lucy.
1967’s sitcoms begin with two zero heroes and a show ahead of its time.
We go from 1965 to 1966, but not before checking in with a certain genie and her master.
We've reached another milestone--and the conclusion of the Hooterville Trilogy.
A triple shot of sitcoms wrap up 1964, followed by old west shenanigans.
We hit a bit of a dry spell with five “one and done” series including Peter Loves Mary.
We cover the dawn of the Mayberry-verse, and two other 1960 series that didn't do as well.
We finish off the 1950’s and move onto the 60’s, including Dennis the Menace and Pete and Gladys.
We continue with the sitcoms of 1959, including Fibber McGee and Molly, and the Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.
We finish off 1956 and move into 1957, including The Gale Storm Show and Date with the Angels.
We finish up the sitcoms of 1955 and move into 1956, including obscure shows like Stanley and Hey Jeannie--and Carol Burnett's first regular TV role.
We continue the sitcoms of 1955, with two major entries—The Phil Silvers Show and The Honeymooners.
We wind up 1954 and move into 1955's sitcoms, including Honestly, Celeste and The Bob Cummings Show.
We move from 1953 to 1954, including a short-lived sitcom with two Broadway legends, as well as The Mickey Rooney Show.
More sitcoms of 1953, including Make Room for Daddy, Life with Elizabeth, and Topper.
We move into 1953’s sitcoms, including Private Secretary, My Favorite Husband, and the Ray Milland Show.
We finish up 1952 with Ozzie and Harriet, Our Miss Brooks, and I Married Joan.
We kick off 1952, including My Little Margie, Mr. Peepers, Abbott and Costello—and Life with Luigi.