We have six bombs in a row from 1977.
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.
1976’s run continues with two flops surrounding the "new girl in town".
We kick off 1976 with a flop, closely followed with a huge spinoff with gals who were “doing it their way”.
The networks strike out with four more 1975 sitcoms, with bad timing leading to an incident on Carson.
Two bombs from 1971, plus a certain ottoman tripper returns.
Two Britcoms kick off a list of US flops, including a show cut short by a medical emergency.
We move into the 70’s, with four forgotten shows and a mystical au pair.
Three flops and a hit in 1966, the latter involving "Diamonds…Daisies…Snowflakes”.
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 wrap up 1958's sitcoms and move into 1959, including second runs for Ann Sothern and George Burns.
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.
A sitcom review in chronological order. We move through 1950 and begin 1951, with shows such as Beulah, George Burns and Gracie Allen, and Amos n' Andy, along with the dawn of the laugh track.