8 interesting things revealed by your survey quiz answers Here are your favorite shows, characters and even discontinued sweets you want to bring back!
A 1980 magazine article about the future of TV got it spot on — with a few ridiculous exceptions The writer predicted DVRs, flatscreens, email and "the cable."
Michael Learned's real-life kids wanted her to be more like Olivia Walton They wished life would imitate art, according to Judy Norton in a new video.
Matlock almost had a spinoff starring George Peppard and Tracy Nelson Can you see Sister Steve and John “Hannibal” Smith as a father-daughter P.I. team?
Harry Morgan's final acting role reunited him with an old M*A*S*H friend — and it never aired We never got to see Potter and Winchester together one last time.
Star Trek's Klingons were named after this LAPD officer seen on Dragnet Wilbur Lee Clingan once worked with Gene Roddenberry.
6 early reviews of classic TV shows from the 1950s Some got glowing praise while others – not so much.
Carol Burnett nearly quit The Carol Burnett Show halfway through its run We might have never seen Mama's Family, Mrs. Wiggins and the curtain dress.
Humphrey Bogart made a MASH movie during the actual Korean War It was originally titled 'MASH 66' and even has a connection to 'M*A*S*H'.
Andy Griffith's manager cruised around in a Rolls-Royce with multiple carphones Richard O. Linke discovered Andy over the radio late one night.
Can you find Barney Fife's police car? Which ride belonged to the Mayberry deputy?
Star Trek was just one of the pilots Gene Roddenberry made for Desilu in 1965 DeForest Kelley played the lab chief in this police drama.
8 things we learn about Oliver Wendell Douglas in the Green Acres premiere His backstory takes up almost half the episode!
This man was the original Mork from Ork but walked away from the role We can probably thank John Byner for the career of Robin Williams.
This is how M*A*S*H got that pool ball in George Wendt's mouth The same year Cheers debuted, we saw Norm in an abnormal predicament in the 4077th.
Ron Howard remembers the first time he saw Don Knotts ''Is that man crazy?'' Ronny asked his pa.
Can you tell the difference between dreams and reality on The Dick Van Dyke Show? Did these things really happen to the characters or are they just in in someone’s mind?
Which classic western show would you want to be on? Pick your favorite western town, lawman, family and more!
You missed references to The Munsters and Black Sheep Squadron in the first episode of Kolchak Look for a famous mansion and famed pilot in "The Ripper."
10 reasons Eve Plumb just might be the coolest member of The Brady Bunch Eat your heart out, Marcia.
The Andromeda Strain showed up in Buck Rogers The space series reused footage from the 1970s thriller.
Can you find Marshal Matt Dillon's hat? Which one of these Gunsmoke hats is Matt’s?
Both original Star Trek doctors came together to fight giant man-eating bunnies in 1972 Night of the Lepus gave Trekkies a rare glimpse of Dr. McCoy and Dr. Piper working together.
How many 1980s TV dramas can you remember? Try to fill in all the blanks!
Creating a fake sandstorm was no easy task while filming The Rifleman Cast, crew and equipment were completely covered after each take.
R.I.P. Diana Rigg, Emma Peel of 'The Avengers' and James Bond's wife The former Bond Girl and Dame of the British Empire was 82.
The last two episodes of Green Acres aren't really episodes of Green Acres They were both pilots for spinoff shows that never got picked up. See Pat Morita years before The Karate Kid.
The ''hobo'' of The Andy Griffith Show actually lost his teeth serving in World War II Ironically, you might recognize Douglas Fowley better as a famous gunfighting dentist.
Riker from Star Trek was the first actor who sat in Grandpa Walton's chair following his death Jonathan Frakes always did look good in a uniform.
This Gilligan's Island visitor was the voice and model for Captain Hook "Wrongway Feldman" has a place in Disney history.
Can you tell the difference between Carol Burnett and Lucille Ball? How well do you know these two comedy icons?
Only a true Trekkie can get 10/10 on this Star Trek fan quiz Put your Star Trek trivia knowledge to the test!
Interview: Sandy Renda remembers working with Jackie Gleason on The Honeymooners We chat with one of the last surviving cast members of the classic sitcom.
See the best of Curly in The Three Stooges all this fall on MeTV Get your Nyuks starting on September 12.
Did you ever notice this imposter Floyd the Barber on The Andy Griffith Show? Howard McNear missed more than 40 episodes due to health issues, but they quietly found a substitute.
15 groovy, goofy toys that you could only find in the year 1977 Cher, Benji, CBs and custom vans were all the rage with kids.