Children’s TV icons Sid and Marty Krofft just got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame The star is fittingly located in front of a toy store.
Ken Howard explained the emotions on the first Bonanza episode following Dan Blocker's death "It's not the same, and never will be," Landon told the crew.
5 things you never knew about Tom and Jerry cartoons Two decades before The Flintstones, Hanna-Barbera made animation history with the cat and mouse.
14 behind-the-scenes photos of Clint Eastwood at work and play in his early career These candids show Eastwood at work and play during the 50s and 60s
A museum in Virginia is dedicated to all things Waltons It’s right across the street from the real Walton's house!
R.I.P. Paula Kelly, dancer and Night Court star She earned Night Court its first Emmy nomination.
R.I.P. Orson Bean, voice of The Hobbit and Twilight Zone star The Dr. Quinn and Being John Malkovich star was 91 years old.
6 overlooked TV shows with Robert Conrad in the lead role He did far more than The Wild Wild West.
Can you guess The Waltons episode just from its description? Hint: Correct answers start with “The…”
Who is this kissing on TV in the Eighties? Which beloved characters are locking lips?
Collector's Call Web Extras: Remembering the career of Charlotte Rae See Geri Jewell and Lisa Whelchel reunite!
R.I.P. Robert Conrad, star of The Wild Wild West and Black Sheep Squadron The tough television action hero was 84.
Can you guess which TV characters drank these beverages? We have a thirst for TV trivia.
Can you find the one stowaway who does not belong aboard The Love Boat? Which character is from another show?
The two stars of Adam-12 cast their own kids on the show, too Take a look at the young Milners and McCord!
Who is this kissing on TV in the Seventies? See if you can recognize these celebrity smoochers!
5 eerie episodes of The Waltons that are not like the rest Yes, even the Waltons had a poltergeist.
Watch: Kirk Douglas made a rare TV appearance alongside Lucille Ball The Hollywood legend made a sitcom cameo in 1966.
Pick: Do you consider these musicians one-hit wonders? You know, a-ha had another Top 20 hit after "Take on Me."
How popular are your Valentine's Day opinions? See how your opinions on the day of romance stack up.
Can you tell the difference between Fred Flintstone and Ralph Kramden? Did this happen on The Honeymooners or The Flintstones?
Can you I.D. all these celebrity killers on Columbo? Put your Seventies pop-culture detective skills to the test!
We first met brilliant Charlotte Rae as Sylvia Schnauser on Car 54, Where Are You? Revisit Rae's funniest appearances on the 1960s slapstick sitcom.
Watch two hours of The Three Stooges every Saturday starting February 8 It kicks off this week with a tribute to Dudley Dickerson.
Two M*A*S*H nurses were married to series co-creator Gene Reynolds Lt. Barbara Bannerman and Nurse Carrie Donovan had at least one thing in common.
Can you fill in the correct color in these TV titles? How colorful is your TV title knowledge?
R.I.P. Gene Reynolds, who went from The Little Rascals to co-creator of M*A*S*H Reynolds was the man who moved into the Ricardos apartment and directed "Mayberry on Record."
Can you tell who is huggin' and kissin' Sheriff Andy on The Andy Griffith Show? Romance was in the air in Mayberry.
Who said it: Hawkeye Pierce or Col. Hogan? Is this a quote from M*A*S*H or Hogan's Heroes?
Parking next to Clint Eastwood had its perils for the Adam-12 crew Having a celebrity dent your car is a badge of honor.
Even at the height of Green Acres fame, Tom Lester lived above a garage The man behind Eb was a honest-to-goodness farmer.
Can you fill in these blank classic TV episode titles with the correct foods? Sometimes TV can make your mouth water.
Can you guess the show by the first and last episode titles? We've seen these shows from the beginning to the end. Have you?
How well do you know the life and career of Don Knotts? Are you the don of Don Knotts trivia?
Collector's Call Web Extras: A Twilight Zone collection with autographs, toys and props Autographs from Richard Kiel and Bill Mumy, two iconic Twilight Zone villains.
Can you recognize these stars on the cover of TV Guide in 1970? One catch: They're mostly illustrated.