A spinoff and a remake are the bread in a Frankenstein sitcom sammich.
We finally wrap up 1976 and move on to 1977, with four flops and a rare hit for NBC at the time.
Three 1976 flops including robot cops and stereotypical Asians, plus a show that changed networks, to no avail.
1976’s run continues with two flops surrounding the "new girl in town".
1976 brings us four stinkers and an African-American hit with more problems offscreen than on.
We kick off 1976 with a flop, closely followed with a huge spinoff with gals who were “doing it their way”.
We wrap up 1975 with a few failures and a long running Norman Lear series—I guess This Is It.
Four of 1975’s sitcoms are heard from, including two Italian flops, a cursed MTM spinoff, and you can’t go home to the Sweathogs again.
The networks strike out with four more 1975 sitcoms, with bad timing leading to an incident on Carson.
Four of 1975's sitcoms are heard from, none of which survive the season.
In a super-sized episode, we begin 1975 and move on up to the 12th Precinct.
Chico, don’t be discouraged—we’re wrapping up 1974’s sitcoms.
This is Mark your podcaster, reviewing a 1974 MTM spinoff.
Two 1974 sitcoms, including one that was “DYN-O-MITE!”
1974 begins with the sitcom that literally jumped the shark.
Four of 1973’s sitcoms hit the water without a ripple—well, at least one of them has “something extra”.
We kick off 1973 with a string of flops—and a land-based three hour tour.
Two sitcoms from 1972 are heard from, including a scandalous interfaith romance.
Two eponymous 1972 sitcoms and a classic from the MTM stable--"Hi, Bob!"
A pushy liberal from Norman Lear’s stable and too many cooks in the hospital broth.