Although I have many fond memories of watching Saturday morning cartoons as a child of the 1970’s, there is another group of animated shows that takes me back to happy times. Nickelodeon, the children’s television network, has created many wonderful
A Generation Learned Important School Lessons Via Music Has it really been over forty years since the debut of Schoolhouse Rock? Yes, it has! On January 6, 1973, ABC premiered a series of short 3-4 minute cartoons that taught children
Back in the 1970’s. made for television movies were a staple of prime time television. These features, which were not stories meant for the big screen, but were used to showcase the most popular actors on that particular network. Much
Maneater is quite different – Drawing on both The Quatermass Experiment and Invasion Of The Body Snatchers as an influence, with a hint of The Day Of The Triffids, this deals with an alien plant form trying to take over Middle-England.
Homages to the Anderson originals were strong; the whole solar panel threat to a city threat was a reprise of Lord Parker’s Holiday, John watching Stingray on TV, etc.
Back in the 1970’s, CBS ruled Saturday night television. From the 8:00 premiere of All in the Family to The Carol Burnett Show’s final tug of the ear, it was a night full of laughs. As a child, my brother and I watched these programs
Early Edition was a fantasy/drama that was featured on CBS from 1996 to 2000. This show was a crowd pleaser: something you could watch with friends on a Saturday night, along with Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman, which aired immediately before.
Are you a Child of the 80s? If so, you probably fondly remember the classic television series of the decade. From wonderful ensemble and family sitcoms to over-the-top action/adventure dramas, the 80s were a great decade for television…